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Metal Gear Solid HD Collection launch trailer

Submitted by on Sunday, 17 June 2012One Comment

You’ve played them, you’ve enjoyed them, you love them, you tirelessly defend them when anyone so much as makes an unpleasant face at the very mention of them. Now you can play Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty, Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater as well as the original two MSX games again on the go.

The gold standard of Japanese games in the palm of your hand.

For many of us HD collections are somewhat polarizing. Some leap at the chance to get reacquainted with some of the classics while others would rather look forward, not back. However, improbable as it may seem there are plenty of gamers for whom the PS3 era represents their first introduction to gaming. For these gamers HD collections like the Metal Gear Solid HD Collection are a great way to establish an understanding of the rapidly evolving video game industry by playing some of the games that made the industry what it is today.

It goes without saying that Metal Gear Solid HD Collection is required playing for anyone who has never had the opportunity to play them. Especially considering both Metal Gear 2 and 3 have been given the HD treatment for Vita.

Hideo Kojima’s masterpieces (it’s okay he gets two) spawned a whole generation of stealth action games that we still see today. Games like Deus Ex: Human Revolution and the Splinter Cell franchise have taken a page from the Metal Gear series.

If you’ve yourself a Vita and you’ve never played either of these two games you’re in for the most enjoyable history lesson you’ve ever had.

Now that Metal Gear Solid HD Collection is available, will you be picking up a copy?