Today the Metal Gear series is exactly 25 years old. The first game, simply called 'Metal Gear' was released in Japan on July 7 1987 for the MSX2 system.
Best franchise ever created!!! Stunning and simply amazing games designed with passion and with BIG love and respect!!! Simply marvelous.
Happy Birthday to you...
25 years ago, Hideo Kojima altered the way we play games and storytelling forever, the stealth genre was born with Metal Gear. On this very special occasion I would like to wish a happy 25th anniversary to every Metal Gear fan out there and wish Kojima-san another 25 years of greatness and stealthy adventures!
Yep, here's to many more years of great games!
after 20 plus years of gaming MGS is my #1 game series of all time, can't even wait for MGR even though its not a proper mgs title but since kojima productions are working on the story aspect that has me interested
Fantastic series - one of my favorites. Here's to another 25!
Metal Gear is an awesome series and i really hope Hideo Kojima put's his foot down after MGS 5 is released so he can start some new IP.
I understand very well what you mean, I' m always very hungry for new IPs. But this is something that really puzzles me: I would like to have as many new IPs as possible from Kojima ( my favorite developer ever ) and at the same time I would like to see this saga never end ( look at the quality of the latest Kojima' s products: MGS4 and MGS PW! And we can' t forget MGS Portable ). This saga is still the pinnacle of video gaming for me, after over 28 years of playing video games. Aww ... it would be useful to have a clone of Hideo XD
Yea i like MGS but i don't like that people bother him to basically force him to make another MGS.
Classic franchise, I remember doing my first all nighter with Metal Gear Solid on the PSONE. Metal Gear 2 was weird, and it sucked not playing as Snake for most of the game, but it was still solid. Metal Gears Solid 3 is probably my favorite of the series though.
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