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This video took much longer to put together than I had intended or hoped, so I’m far too tired to write about it.I will let this episode speak for itself:
And you old-fashioned types can do the usual audio-only thing, I guess:
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But we suspect no one, especially the series’ most ardent fans, wanted this.The publisher has teamed with Ford for ads using Metal Gear Solid scenes.
With the Virtual Boy being such a profound disappointment for the Nintendo company, there's no way the Virtual Boy can ever compare to the Nintendo 64's success, right?Let's look at the seven things the Virtual Boy actually did better than its little brother, the Nintendo 64.
Those desperately itching for one more outing with Snake/Big Boss are going to be a little disappointed with Konami's latest game announcement: Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater Pachinko.If you find yourself crying foul, you're not the only one.
In what has been considered adding insult to injury, Konami has recreated key moments from Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater using the Fox Engine for a Pachinko machine.Still, it was a great shock when Konami unveiled Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater, which recreated several memorable moments from the iconic game using the Fox Engine.
The trailer shows a beautifully remade version of the climactic battle between Naked Snake and The Boss, one of the most iconic scenes of the Metal Gear Solid franchise.But at this moment, it has almost thirty thousand dislikes and less than a thousand likes.
Acting as the first game since Hideo Kojima left Konami last year, Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater (not to be confused for the actual Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater) will be released as a pachinko machine game for Japanese audiences later this fall.The game is being made by KPE, the slot machine game makers at Konami.
In case you missed it, Konami recently announced their first post-Kojima Metal Gear title.Titled Metal Gear Survive, it follows a new group of characters that get sucked through a wormhole to a parallel dimension overrun with zombie-like monsters.
The latest entry, Super Bomberman R, has that classic gameplay, with the addition of a Story Mode.You may not know the power ups, and figuring out the best way to set bombs may not be obvious.
Super Bomberman R makes a comeback as a launch title on the new Nintendo Switch console.If you are wondering if it plays like classic Bomberman games -- it sure does.
But there's another influential IP that Konami hasn't quite been treating well lately -- Castlevania.The last Castlevania game was Lords of Shadow 2, released 3 years ago in February of 2014 for the PS3 and Xbox 360.
Since this action-maze game was released for the Nintendo Switch on March 3, players have complained about latency and other control issues.Version 1.