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If there’s two games we love, it’s Metal Gear Solid and Dust: An Elysian Tale, so when Dust developer Dean Dodrill announced that his next game would be a parody of Hideo Kojima’s hit stealth series, we were more than excited. That excitement will be realized soon as Dodrill has today announced via Twitter that Never Stop Sneakin’ will be released on December 14 exclusively for Nintendo Switch via the eShop.
Those who missed the announcement trailer back in October can check it out below:
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‘Metal Gear Solid 5: Definitive EX' Release Date, News & Update: Mysterious Amazon Post Just A Mistake Or An Actual Future DLC?
A mysterious Amazon listing piqued the interest of eagle-eyed netizens. The listing announced something about a "Metal Gear Solid 5: Definite EX" but people are stumped as to what it actually could be. Discovered by a Reddit user, the listed item even had a date tagged on it. According to GameSpot, "Metal Gear Solid 5: Definite EX" release date is scheduled this coming December 31, 2016. But what could it be? Without prior details, the net naturally erupted into speculations about the nature of the "Metal Gear Solid 5: Definitive EX" Amazon posting. Others say that it could be a…... [read more]
Fans of the Metal Gear Solid franchise have had a lot to be excited and upset about in recent months. After teasing and eventually confirming a direct followup to Ground Zeroes before much about the initial game was even known, Konami informed gamers that Kiefer Sutherland will be replacing David Hayter as the voice of the iconic Snake. There’s been a lot of news pertaining to the acclaimed property in 2013, and now those who’ve been following recent developments have a concrete release date for the long gestating MGS installment.Konami announced earlier today that Metal Gear Solid 5: Ground Zeroes…... [read more]
Gamers have been waiting patiently for a chance to re-explore the worlds of Metal Gear Solid since the announcement that the series would be getting an HD makeover just over a month ago. Today, Konami gave a solid date for people to mark on their calendars, though some will be disappointed for the wait. The package will be available on February 3, 2012 on both Xbox 360 and Playstation 3. This is a step back from the initial promise of a November 2011 release. Included in the release will be five different games from the Metal Gear series, all brought to…... [read more]
Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater 3D will sneak onto 3DS on 8th March in Europe, Konami has announced.Snake Eater 3D is an update of PS2 classic Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater. The game comes with refreshed visuals and will be the second 3DS game in Europe to support the Circle Pad Pro expansion, which adds an extra slider pad to the handheld. The peripheral launches first with Resident Evil: Revelations on 27th January.Konami has also added a first-person mode and a new over the shoulder camera, both missing from the original, as well as gyroscopic controls for traversing rope…... [read more]
Metal Gear Solid 5: Ground Zeroes has apparently been delayed by a week in Australia and New Zealand.NZGamer noted the date change on retailer Mighty Ape, reports it has had confirmation from Konami of the game’s delay to March 27, pushed back from its expected release of March 20.No reason has been provided for the delay, but the site mentions uncited reports that the Xbox One version of the game has experienced shipping issues.We’ve contacted Australian distributor Mindscape for further information and confirmation. It’s not clear if the digital version will be affected by the apparent delay, as Konami and…... [read more]
Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes, the prologue to Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, will launch on March 18, 2014, across all platforms, Konami announced today.The release date comes by way of a new trailer for Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes, which introduces players to the "Jamais Vu" mission, playable only on the Xbox 360 and Xbox One. In this mission, players are cast as the cyborg ninja Raiden and must take down enemy bioroid "snatchers." Check out the trailer below for more.PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 players will also receive exclusive content in the form of…... [read more]
Yay, another PS3 port to the Vita! Wait, that's not supposed to be a good thing, right? Ah well, I suppose any new game for the Vita is a step in the right direction, and at least it's Metal Gear Solid HD Collection. People like Solid Snake enough to play him on the go. At least I think people do.But that's the beside the point. The point is that Konami has finally announced a release date for the HD Collection on Vita, and it is on June 12, 2012. Maybe this will be a trend for the summer; Sony will…... [read more]
Amongst the laundry list of titles fans are hoping will arrive to the Nintendo Switch sometime in the future, Konami’s action-adventure stealth game Metal Gear Solid sits firmly in one of the top spots. Though it remains to be seen whether that dream will ever become a reality (hope as anyone may), players will be able to get their hands on something extremely close to Metal Gear Solid for their Switch systems: the Metal Gear Solid parody game Never Stop Sneakin‘.Developed by Humble Hearts, the team behind the 2012 action role-playing game Dust: An Elysian Tail, Never Stop Sneakin’ takes the stock characteristics from Metal Gear Solid and adds…... [read more]
I’ve been patiently waiting for awhile to see what the system requirements of Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes would be after it was announced that it would be hitting PC earlier this year. Getting the Fox Engine to purr on a souped up PC looked like it might be a hefty task, but as it turns out it might not be all that taxing after all.Over ton the Steam community page for Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes, the development team posted the official system requirements to juice the game. They are as follows:Minimum Specifications:OS: Windows Vista 64-Bit or…... [read more]
The PC system requirements for Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes have been revealed over on Steam.Here are the minimum specs: OS: Windows Vista 64-Bit or later Processor: Core i5 SandyBridge 4Core (4 Thread) 2.7GHz or above Memory: 4 GB RAM or above Graphics: GeForce GTX 650 or above DirectX: Version 11 or above And here's what's recommended: OS: Windows Vista 64-Bit or later Processor: Core i5 SandyBridge 4Core (4 Thread) 2.7GHz or above Memory: 8 GB RAM or above Graphics: GeForce GTX 760 or above DirectX: Version 11 or above Will you be picking up Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes when it arrives on PC…... [read more]