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Metal Gear Solid

Boss battler Furi heading to Xbox One
3 years ago

Boss battler Furi heading to Xbox One

The Game Bakers’ challenging all-boss fighter, Furi, is heading to Xbox One. The game which is comprised entirely of wildly varying boss battles, uses a unique mix of sword fighting …
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Microsoft announces October’s Games With Gold titles
4 years ago

Microsoft announces October’s Games With Gold titles

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Microsoft has revealed what games Xbox Live Gold subscribers will get for free next month: Valiant Hearts: The Great War, Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes and the first season …
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Metal Gear Solid HD Collection/Peace Walker not coming to XBLA
8 years ago

Metal Gear Solid HD Collection/Peace Walker not coming to XBLA

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While we reported a while back that Konami was looking to bringing Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker to XBLA in Spring 2012, @lifelower tipped us earlier of …
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Konami turns to fans for what they want next for XBLA
8 years ago

Konami turns to fans for what they want next for XBLA

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Konami has some great games under their belt with X-Men Arcade but sometimes, they forget about games of the past like Sunset Riders or one of the …
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Metal Gear Solid HD Collection sneaking its way onto XBLA, Zone of the Enders to follow
8 years ago

Metal Gear Solid HD Collection sneaking its way onto XBLA, Zone of the Enders to follow

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The recently announced Metal Gear Solid HD and Zone of the Enders HD Collections will apparently be released on XBLA in addition to the planned retail release. We have …
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XBLA’s Most Wanted: Metal Gear Solid
8 years ago

XBLA’s Most Wanted: Metal Gear Solid

The Metal Gear series is in its 14th year with no signs of slowing down. It began in 1987 with the Nintendo classic and series namesake Metal Gear, then continued in 1990 with Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake. Snake would not be heard from again for eight years when Metal Gear Solid hit store shelves. It was a 3D tribute to its 2D predecessors, yet it brought a cinematic experience to the classic gameplay. The game received a visual upgrade in 2004 when it was ported to the GameCube. Now titled Metal Gear Solid: The Twin Snakes it boasted much improved visuals and a first-person mode among other improvements.

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