It was on this day that we stepped into the boots of Naked Snake in Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater, bringing together so many bits and pieces of a 20-year legacy and revealing it all in one amazing prequel.
It was on this day in 2001 that we jumped in expecting another adventure with our favorite spy-soldier Solid Snake, and instead were shocked to find a game that cast him supporting alongside newcomer Raiden.
Despite straying lightly from its cinematic and espionage-centered roots, Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker managed to be something uniquely interesting that would have an effect on future titles in the series. Today marks its release on shelves in North America back in 2010.
After 17 years and numerous times when he said he was finished with the series, legendary game maker Hideo Kojima has released his true swansong to the Metal Gear Solid franchise in what is likely going to be his magnum opus, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. Both controversy and a high level of expectations surround The Phantom Pain, as Kojima is expected to be leaving Konami after three decades of working there. Fortunately, The Phantom Pain shatters these expectations and transcends its circumstances through sheer gameplay alone. If Hideo Kojima really is leaving and never planning to revisit the Metal Gear series he started on the MSX2 back in 1987, then consider this the perfect way to say goodbye to the fans and the franchise.
The creator of the Metal Gear Solid series, Hideo Kojima, looks back at the impact his games have had on his coworkers and fans in a heartfelt debriefing video.
Hideo Kojima says goodbye with his final trailer for Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, and Metal Gear Sahelanthropus is officially a boy.
We've got an official word on Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain's console display differences as well as the hardware requirements for its PC version.
We get a proper introduction to some of the otherworldly supervillains Big Boss will have to face in Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain.
A major Japanese newspaper claims that Konami is making its employees work in unfair conditions, where you can go from developer to janitor in a single day.
One of the "Deja Vu" missions of Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes eerily foretells Konami's removal Hideo Kojima's name from the series.