First Look at MGS4's Eva

One of the storyline-related bombshells Hideo Kojima revealed during his Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots presentation at the Metal Gear 20th Anniversary party this afternoon was the return of Eva, a crucial character from Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater.

ReconHope5904d ago (Edited 5904d ago )

she looks like war got a hold on her.

Cartesian3D5904d ago

first Killzone got 33000+ points ..

now MGS4 will get up to 30000 :P

many hot news about MGS , cant wait to see open beta or Demo

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One Last Smoke - The significance of Snake's cigarettes in Metal Gear Solid 4

An article looking at the symbolic meaning behind the cigarettes in Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots.

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Hideo Kojima laments that Metal Gear Solid 4's digital battlefield 'is no longer science fiction'

Game creator Hideo Kojima is and probably will always be best-known for his creation and stewardship of the Metal Gear series at Konami, which since his departure has been more-or-less on permanent hiatus (don't mention Survive). In his almost three decades these games evolved to the point where they predicted certain problems of the information age (MGS 2), took aim at contemporary topics like Guantanamo Bay (MGS: Ground Zeroes), and ended on a profound sense of sadness about our species' inability to break the cycles of global conflict (MGS V).

It's not clear what sparked this reflection, but Kojima's been thinking about Metal Gear Solid 4, an entry that was (and unfortunately still remains) a PlayStation 3 exclusive. In that entry the player controls an aged Solid Snake in the year 2014, caught up in a civil war being fought between Private Military Companies (PMCs).

Dirty_Lemons142d ago

That was a great fucking game/ movie.

DarXyde142d ago

To this day, it's one of those games where I refuse to skip the cutscenes, no matter how many playthroughs I've done.

But if you ask me...MGS2 was bloody prophetic and has aged like fine wine. That game was blasted as the weakest entry, and yet it's so enduring. I replayed it some time last year and it was remarkable.