Metal Gear alumni David Hayter has reprised his role as Solid Snake for a brief teaser that serves as both a celebration of the game's 31st anniversary, and an update about the Metal Gear movie from filmmaker Jordan Vogt-Roberts.
Solid Snake voice actor David Hayter may have been replaced by Kiefer Sutherland, but the classic Metal Gear Solid actor is sure getting a lot of mileage out of the role as he just reprised his most well known character in a Ford commercial.
Metal Gear Solid creator Hideo Kojima showed interest in making a new game in his stealth action series starring The Boss i.e. the mentor of Solid Snake's dad.
The 3DS XL, Nintendo's upcoming super-sized version of the 3DS, will gets its own Circle Pad Pro attachment.
While the 3DS XL features larger screens and an overall larger form factor, Nintendo did not include a second circle pad on the device. And its caboose is so big that it won't be able to squeeze into the current Circle Pad Pro attachment.
Never fear. An XL-sized version of the Circle Pad Pro will be released later in the year, Famitsu reports (via Andriasang).
David Hayter, the man who voices Snake in Konami's Metal Gear Solid series, has joined the voice cast for Kickstarter hopeful République.
The Vita recorded its first weekly Japanese sales upswing in some time last week, albeit a miniscule one.
Sony's slow-off-the-blocks handheld shifted 10,041 units in the country over the last seven days - that's an increase of 18 units over the week prior.
The 3DS was the top-selling system yet again with 68,951 sold, down slightly on the 70,744 it managed last week.
A demo version of Metal Gear Solid 3D: Snake Eater will slither its way onto the 3DS eShop this Thursday.
An officially-licensed Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater 3D accessory pack launches in the UK on 24th February.
Demos of Resident Evil: Revelations and Cooking Mama 4 will be available from the 3DS eShop tomorrow, Nintendo has revealed.
These are the first demos on 3DS, although Nintendo plans plenty more.
A Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater 3D demo is due at some point, presumably before the full game arrives in Europe on 8th March.
Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater 3D will sneak onto 3DS on 8th March in Europe, Konami has announced.
Snake Eater 3D is an update of PS2 classic Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater.
The game comes with refreshed visuals and will be the second 3DS game in Europe to support the Circle Pad Pro expansion, which adds an extra slider pad to the handheld. The peripheral launches first with Resident Evil: Revelations on 27th January.
Hideo Kojima has revealed a Metal Gear Solid-themed Nintendo 3DS with a teaser image, below.
Konami has added a first-person mode and an over the shoulder camera for Nintendo 3DS game Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater 3D.
The eyebrow-raising 3DS second circle pad attachment will cost 1500 Yen (£12.30) and be released on 10th December in Japan.
Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater 3D will release next year, Konami has confirmed.
Metal Gear creator Hideo Kojima will never be completely satisfied by the games he makes.
NES made Metal Gear famous but series creator Hideo Kojima abhors that version of the game, calling it "pitiful", an "abomination" and a stain on his career.
When Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater 3D arrives on the 3DS later this year, it'll be the first game for the system to launch on a 4GB cart rather than Nintendo's 2GB standard.
Nintendo has approached Kojima Productions about working on a title for the Wii U, the Metal Gear Solid studio has confirmed.