Hideo Kojima is up to his old tricks again, this time teasing some more Metal Gear and Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain stuff with the new, skin-flaunting sniper, Quiet.

Update: We have provided a full version of Metal Gear Solid 5's new trailer from the 2014 Tokyo Game Show above, thanks to YouTube user MKIceAndFire. For those who don't understand Japanese, Miller and Ocelot argue about killing Quiet when she lands on Mother Base. Snake arrives and acts like a friend to her, ordering his men to stand down and suggesting to Miller in secret that they'll kill her when they're done with her. Don't forget there were scenes of Ocelot torturing Quiet in the game's previously released trailers.

Original Story: First comes this little teaser from Kojima's Twitter, featuring a photo of a graphic that simply reads "Metal Gear Collection 2014." And, save for the Kojima Productions logo on the bottom right, that's all we get out of this teaser. One of the most obvious things that come to mind is a release of the legacy collection of Metal Gear Solid games on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Would be pretty sweet to play remastered versions of those titles... again. We'll update you on this as more information is released.

The second bit of Metal Gear Solid goodness that was revealed was a Tokyo Game Show 2014 sneak peek at The Phantom Pain, featuring the silent sniper, Quiet. In the teaser, we see the mute marksman jump out of a Diamond Dogs helicopter, dematerialize in the middle of the air and then reappear behind a group of soldiers on Mother Base. Quiet is supposed to be a major character in this game, so we can't wait to see what she gets up to on Mother Base. Also, it's incredibly badass that she can dematerialize!

We'll update you with more once more information drops about either of these two teases. Until then, await the arrival of Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain in 2015 for PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One.

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