So Solid Snake Apparently Fights Dinosaurs Now
Not much to say here, folks. Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker is the newest MGS game coming out for the PSP in June, and because creator Hideo Kojima is totally fucking out of his mind, he’s included at least one separate mode of play where Snake and crew hunts monsters, straight out of the incredibly popular Japanese hand-held MMO action game Monster Hunter, from Capcom. I mean this literally; Snake is hunting a Tigrex and Rathalo, both creatures from Monster Hunter; I don’t know how Konami persuaded Capcom to let them do this, but I’d love to have been a Japanese-speaking fly on the wall at that meeting. Now all I want to know is if dinosaurs can be tricked by hiding in cardboard boxes or distracted by girlie mags.
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