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Rumor: Metal Gear Solid: The Twin Snakes will be re-released on modern platforms


Launched exclusively on console in 2004 GameCube remake of the first part Metal Gear Solid subtitled The Twin Snakes may receive a re-release on modern platforms. A well-known insider hinted at this Nick Baker.

Shortly after publication news about upcoming remasters of the first Metal Gear Solid he published I have a pair of emoji with snakes on my social networks.

Recall that Metal Gear Solid: The Twin Snakes was developed for GameCube by Konami and the now disbanded studio Silicon Knights with the support of the company Nintendo. Father supervised the project Metal Gear Hideo Kojima and creator Super Mario Shigeru Miyamoto.


The idea was to release a remake of the first Metal Gear Solid with gameplay elements from Metal Gear Solid 2. One of the features of the game was the cutscenes from the Japanese director Ryuhei Kitamura he was originally going to follow the original approach of Kojima, but he asked that everything be done in the corporate style of the director.

The game received good ratings, but fans argued for a long time about Kitamura’s cutscenes some liked them, while others found the director’s style inappropriate within the framework of Metal Gear Solid. Kitamura actively used the technique bullet timeinspired by The Matrix.


The Twin Snakes came out in 2004 and has never been reissued..

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