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Solidus Snake Play Arts Kai Figure Is Big And Looks Evil

Fans of video game antagonists sporting mustaches and who reside in a grey area may be happy to see the final version of the Play Arts Kai Solidus Snake figure. The chief baddie from MGS2 is next in line to receive the high-end toy treatment and he honestly looks as badass as a Big Boss clone turned President turned tentacle suit wearing villain can look.

E3 Megaton Announcement #1: Konami & Kojima Productions Reveal MGS HD Collection and Zone of the Enders HD Collection

Today has been rather interesting for a few reasons, the biggest of which is how the Konami pre-E3 press conference turned out to be a bit of a bust.  Instead of dishing out a live press conference filled with a bunch of snafus and Japanese developers totally going ape shit crazy on stage, Konami opted to go with a pre-recorded presentation featuring segments dedicated to specific games like MGS 3: 3DS Edition and Never Dead.  The event, which has some cool moments (Silent Hill: Downpour and Never Dead may actually be good) but the biggest reveal belongs to none other than Hideo K

Konami Announces New Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker Clothing Line

The reach of the Metal Gear Solid franchise has no boundaries as we’ve seen products for the franchise range from affordable action figures, high-end statues, limited edition clothing and even MGS branded food (which sadly was exclusive to Japan).  Once again the MGS franchise is reaching out to gamers who want to express their fandom of the series by wearing t-shirts and clothing that aren’t of a Hot Topic quality. Instead, if you want what appears to be high-end clothes based on MGS then you may want to check out what Konami has announced today.

Is a Metal Gear Solid HD Collection inbound? [RUMOR]

It just wouldn’t be a normal week in the video game industry if a rumor didn’t pop up that made all of us put on our speculation and bullshit meter hats in an attempt to see if the news was legit.  This week’s juicy rumor revolves around the much wanted release of a Metal Gear Solid HD remix trilogy for the PS3.  Since the cool thing to do these days amongst publishers is to release HD remix collections of classic PS2 games, Konami may finally jumping on with a rumored MGS trilogy exclusively for the PS3.

Experience the journey of Big Boss in Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater 3D [Screens/Video]

Looking at what was revealed at Nintendo’s recent 3DS conference, I’m wondering what big game franchise didn’t make an appearance. Obviously I’m doing a little bit of exaggeration, but an insane amount of massive 3rd party and 1st games were revealed for the 3DS which does make the PSP fanboy inside me cry a bit.  But I will be jumping aboard the 3DS bandwagon next year mainly so I can play games like Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater 3D.

Small Metal Gear Solid: Rising image shows off Raiden

Perhaps a sign that the game will have some sort of showing at E3, box art for Metal Gear Solid: Rising has surfaced via Xbox Live Marketplace.  The box art gives us a better look of Raiden who still looks different compared to his MGS4 appearance. The spine holding, heroic pose and big ass gun strapped on his back once again show that Raiden isn’t to be messed with, even if he has girly hair.

Hideo Kojima is moving to a different project

As we get closer to E3 2010 that means only one thing: regular news stories concerning Hideo Kojima and his mystery projects.  Last week Kojima gave us a brief update on his next project which is currently in the research phase.  Then Kojima made the bold comment that if his next project fails he would leave the industry. That’s as likely to happen as me not eating pizza for an entire month.

Fist of the North Star and MGS: Peace Walker join the crowded early 2010 release window

At this point I’m starting to wonder if Q1 is the new holiday season when it comes to game releases. While we did have a nice amount of games drop so far such as Modern Warfare 2 and Assassin’s Creed 2 it seems that the majority of the big games many are looking forward to are coming out between January and March.  What once was typically a quiet release window is now jam packed with debuts of new franchises such as Bayonetta and Darksiders and existing heavy hitting franchises like God of War 3 and Final Fantasy XIII.

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