Metal Gear Solid Delta: Snake Eater Has the Perfect Chance To Follow Up on a Major Revelation

With a remake of Metal Gear Solid 3 on the horizon, game developers have a chance to tie in one of the series' biggest narrative reveals.

Syphos314d ago

Just remake the game, don't add anything I don't trust Konami to change anything and pull it off properly at the same time.

So no thanks :>

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bababooiy314d ago

God no, the studio in charge of this has made 2 games so far both of which were awful. I dont want these people to be rewriting anything. Just give us better visuals/controls and thats it.

Abear21314d ago

Giant snakes hiding in caves, this was the scariest part of the game, think I’ll pass on this one bc I can’t take that jump scare again l. 100 serious

Chocoburger313d ago (Edited 313d ago )

Not a good idea, and here's why:

- This is a medium budget remake, its going to be as close to 1:1 as possible from the PS2 game. This isn't a re-imagining like FF7 or RE 2 / 3 / 4. This is cheap-ass Konami, not actually willing to add much budget to their games, but only willing to go so far as to profit off nostalgia and not much more.

- The game is using the PS2-era voice acting, so adding new dialog or lore would feel out of place with the old recordings from 2003 - 2004.

- Changing the cut-scenes and the lore by adding new characters who don't belong in the background is absurd.

- This doesn't even make sense for a forward-progressing linear game. Only a few locations do you return to, you're not going to see the clean-up crew for most of the game anyway.

- Its a bad idea, the clean-up crew most likely arrived AFTER the mission was complete (and Snake flew away on the MIG), they're not actually tailing Snake throughout the entire freakin' mission. That's just a stupid concept all around.


Metal Gear Solid Delta Main Menu Revealed, 4K Update Announced For MGS Legacy Collection

The main menu screen for Metal Gear Solid: Delta has been revealed, and a 4K update has been announced for the MGS Legacy Collection.

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VenomUK32d ago

‘the team is looking to implement native 4k resolution for all titles featured in the collection via a free update sometime in the future.’ Good, this is what I’ve been waiting for. It should’ve been done for launch but hopefully Konami now understands their need to respect the original games. Maybe they will do a Halo:MCC and effectively rebuild the games into a more unified whole.

just_looken32d ago

They removed scenes form the story to fit a modern audience the ape escape Easter egg from mg3 is gone the skater deal from mgs2 to my knowledge is also gone.

I would like them to remove these trash versions as the ps3 hd collection has more content better visuals. Heck duckstaion is the best version of mgs1 still that is a fan emulator

The fans have been doing better work than konami for years now

I mean ign made a video on how to fix this collection with mods

CrimsonWing6932d ago (Edited 32d ago )

Kept you waiting, huh?

RaidenBlack32d ago

Hoping for a fall-2024 release

Chocoburger32d ago

The menu screen? Wow, way to go, Konami! 🙄

RaidenBlack32d ago

"According to Okamura, following Metal Gear Solid Delta, the decision to work on full-fledged remakes with new features and visuals will be evaluated on a game-by-game basis.
He further mentioned that the development team will have a major video presentation happening sometime soon, where it will reveal some bigger announcements regarding the franchise’s future."

Chocoburger31d ago

I'd like to see a reboot for the franchise, a fresh start, not clinging onto the past with the same story and characters. But I don't have any faith in Konami to do it right. I'd like to be wrong, though!

Maybe they could do both like CAPCOM has done with Resident Evil. They're doing remakes and new games simultaneously.

RhinoGamer8832d ago

Credits screen in 4k...incoming!

just_looken32d ago

No kidding and you watch 30fps locked no keyboard support needs 4090 past 1440p

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15 Most Anticipated Games of 2024 That Lack a Release Date

Here are fifteen such titles, which at the time of writing haven’t announced exactly when they’ll be out.

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