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Submitted by Valay 1206d ago | news

Konami releases highly anticipated Metal Gear Solid HD Collection

Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc. today launched the Metal Gear Solid HD Collection in North America for PlayStation 3 computer entertainment system and Xbox 360 video game and entertainment system from Microsoft. (Metal Gear Solid HD Collection, PS3, Xbox 360)

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darthv72  +   1206d ago
here's a question
why did they call it the MGS collection and not have the first MGS game? Is it because it was from back in the PS1 days instead of these that are from the ps2 days?

Maybe these games were easier to upgrade graphically than going back to the ps1 classic. Twin snakes could have worked in its place and be able to be upgraded to the same level as these.
BitbyDeath  +   1206d ago
Likely cause it would require a lot more than texture work i'd imagine.
It can be found on the PS Store tho.
2pacalypsenow  +   1205d ago
Because they Called it "Metal Gear solid "HD" collection" Not MGS collection they did that already in 2008
Hyperbomb69  +   1206d ago
I woudlve loved the original MGS. but yeah it would have taken alot of work... also I got the limited edition and its pretty nice!
BizDaWolf  +   1206d ago
picking this up today
SovereignSnaKe  +   1206d ago
-i think they have something planned for Metal Gear Solid Next year, like a complete remake or something for the anniversary.... :)

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