The Metal Gear series has been one of the premier franchises in gaming for nearly two decades, but it wasn’t always sitting on top of the industry. The late 1980s and early 1990s in particular were a confusing time for the budding franchise. One prime example of that was Snake’s Revenge, which arrived on United States shelves in 1990 today. The game wasn’t awful. In fact, it was quite a serviceable action title for the NES, but it’s somewhat shady production, combined with somewhat absurd publishing made for a game that would eventually drive Hideo Kojima to create a true sequel to the original Metal Gear.
Metal Gear Solid
Everyone has their personal favorites when it comes to Metal Gear characters, and the debates between friends and fans could rage for hours over which was the best. But why get into a tiff with your besties when you can just let us do all the heavy lifting?
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.
Metal Gear Online's multiplayer matches will have a different number of players between its last-gen and current-gen versions.
If only we had a half-size Gray Fox figure to stomp on with this gorgeous, half-size Metal Gear Rex by ThreeA.
Sony Pictures has hired the relatively unknown British writer Jay Basu to write the silver screen adaptation of Metal Gear Solid.
New job listings at Konami for would-be developers and visionaries to work on the next Metal Gear project echo our recent report that series creator Hideo Kojima is leaving the studio after the release of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain.
Konami's removal of the title, "A Hideo Kojima Game," from the Metal Gear Solid website and the rebranding of Kojima Productions to Konami Los Angeles has fans dreading the worst.
Sorry Sokolov, but the real Metal Gear creator wants to remake Solid Snake's first venture into Shadow Moses as an open world stealth game. Unfortunately, no one wants to make it.
ThreeA has already taken on Metal Gear Solid's Rex and Ray, but now it's back to show that smaller might just mean better with half size figures.