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Metal Gear Solid: A Visual History of Solid Snake (IGN)

All the Solid Snakes you remember, and a few you probably don't. (Metal Gear Series, PC, PS2, PS3, Retro)

waltyftm  +   1425d ago
Snake sure does get around, my favorite is Old Snake from MGS4, really feel sorry for him.
Who  +   1425d ago
Having only played MGS4 in the series, I must say apart from the massive cutscenes, it's probably my favourite PS3 game, I still play MGO to this day. Uncharted and GOW come in a close second.
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ZBlacktt  +   1425d ago
Always come to see MGS news. :) The MGS Collection comes out next month. Will so be there for that like all the rest since 1998.
C L O U D  +   1425d ago
I love how cold Snake comes across around the beginning of MGS1
2pacalypsenow  +   1424d ago
What the hell Metal Gear didnt start on The NES , Stupid IGN

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