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Submitted by PrimeLantern 683d ago | opinion piece

The Secret History of Metal Gear

In the second installment of The Secret History series, Cassidee takes a look at the making of one of the most influential stealth series of all time: Metal Gear. (Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, PS Vita, PS3, Retro, Xbox 360)

ShinMaster  +   683d ago
""A port of the game reached the NES, helping the game skyrocket in popularity and selling enough to make executives call for a sequel.""

This proves a couple of things:
1) Metal Gear did NOT start on NES, my dear Nintendo fanboys. It was a watered down port of a game running on this: http://upload.wikimedia.org...
2) Consoles better for gaming than PC :) That's why we see more PC franchises make their way to consoles more and more lately.
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