Submitted by L1keMike 927d ago | image

Fancy a Metal Gear Solid Cocktail?

2012 marks the 25th anniversary of Metal Gear Solid. This of course could be celebrated with a drink or two. But the guys at Loading Bar decided to take this a bit further. (Culture, Hideo Kojima, Industry, Konami, Metal Gear, Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons Of Liberty, PS Vita, PS2, PS3, Xbox 360)

NeXXXuS  +   927d ago
My god that probably took hours to make. It came out looking amazing though.
nrvalleytime  +   927d ago
Agreed. Always enjoy different kind of tributes to great series.

The real question - shaken or stirred?
Summons75  +   927d ago
Snake probably likes his stirred
jon1234  +   927d ago
aww i thought someone made a metal gear drink you could order :(, but this is cool too
Kyosuke_Sanada  +   927d ago
Drinking a Sniper Wolf on the rocks does have a sexy ring to it.......
LiquidSword93  +   927d ago
Very cool. Me likely ;)

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