Snake Eater Gets a Date

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Konami announced that Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater (MGS3) will be released exclusively for the PlayStation 2 nationwide on Wednesday, November 17, 2004. Directed and produced by Hideo Kojima, the legendary developer and creative force behind one of the best-selling video game series of all time, MGS3 delivers the definitive stealth action experience with unique gameplay elements, extraordinary depth, a captivating storyline and a mind-blowing presentation.

Recently shown at Tokyo Game Show (TGS) 2004, Konami revealed a new game trailer which gave audiences a sneak peek into the latest details of MGS3. The trailer showcases the game's challenging and eccentric bosses and numerous foreboding natural environments which the main character, Snake, will encounter on his one-man mission to save the world from the brink of nuclear annihilation.

Also at TGS, Konami announced the winners of the Camouflage Campaign, which gave fans of the series the opportunity to submit their own camouflage designs for inclusion in the game and win a place in video game history. MGS3's new, in-depth camouflage index is an integral part of playing through the game. Gamers will be able to use face paint and camouflage uniforms to blend into their environment, giving them the ability to avoid enemy detection and infiltrate dangerous enemy territories. After all the submissions were reviewed by Hideo Kojima and his award-winning design team, they chose four unique and potentially helpful patterns, entitled Terrence (Animals) - France, Lucky Boy (Fly) - Japan, Suna-nami Wrap (Mummy) - England and Banana Man (Banana) - Japan.

To view the TGS 2004 trailer with English subtitles, follow the download tab above.

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Snake Eater Gets a Date

DIE IN HELL, wheres the damn pc version. do these people just not relize that they could make games even better on pc, bunch of d**kheads if u tell me. PS2 is holdin back gaming i rekon, same with the other consoles.

Snake Eater Gets a Date

pc gaming is crap in some ways. sure the graphics are good but its just the same stuff all the time. There are alot of cool titles on consoles that just wont work on pc. graphics dont make a game. sadly thats only what the pc has.

Snake Eater Gets a Date

ok firstly both pc and consoles have their drawbacks. pc's need to be continually upgraded to be able to play the newest most amazing games, and well consoles use the technology around when they were developed. anyways back to mgs3, YES!!! but why is it brought forward by so much? it was originally supposed to be released in march next year. im kinda sceptical to be honest, although i did first read about this on the official website. any info would be much appreciated

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