Kojima Productions discusses memorable lines from MGS3, and Tamari cries over The Boss's fate

During the 26th episode of Kojima Station, Etsu Tamari, Shuyo Murata and Kenji Yano looked back at Metal Gear Solid 3 while discussing some of the characters and their famous quotes. At the bottom of the screen, they displayed Tamari's 'emotional gauge', and it fills up as he talks about The Boss.

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Rimgal2550d ago

What an amazing game and what an unforgettable final boss battle. This is a game that everyone should play at least once.

"I raised you, and loved you, I've given you weapons, taught you techniques, endowed you with knowledge. There's nothing more for me to give you. All that's left for you to take is my life." One of the greatest quotes in a video game ever.

Gatsu2549d ago

I totally agree with ya! The ending gives such emotional tears and one of the best games for sure. A true masterpiece ^_^ !

RumbleFish2549d ago

MGS3 is THE one game that needs to be remastered. Just a remake in the FOX engine, keep the voice acting as it is.

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scark922549d ago

"This world is one of sadness. Battle brings death. Death brings sorrow. The living may not hear them. Their voices may fall upon deaf ears. But make no mistake - the dead... are not silent." - The Sorrow

Agent20092549d ago (Edited 2549d ago )

"A dud!" - some soldier

MGS games are true video game storytelling masterpieces.

scark922549d ago

Yeah haha that was MGS2 during the cutscene with Fortune! I will always remember that!
Truly, Its a well crafted series, my personal favorite!

Sketchy_Galore2549d ago

The thumbnail pic makes it look like The Boss is saying, 'Jeeeez, man up. You big baby'.

Evolve2549d ago

You've got a way to fall.They'll tell you where to go .But they won't know!!!

ape0072549d ago

MGS 3 is one of the best games i've ever played and i've been playing since the Famicom

Sly-Lupin2549d ago

Agreed. I'm playing through it for the first time right now and I'm very impressed. It was really ahead of its time, huh? The stealth and survival elements are incorporated better than in any other game I've played.

And I've been gaming since DOS.

ape0072549d ago (Edited 2549d ago )

man o man, imagine playing it in 2004, enjoy your time, it's a timeless classic

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