Missed the broadcast when we went live? That’s okay! You can catch Andrew’s first two hours with Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain below:
Developer of the recent Oddworld: Stranger’s Wrath remake as well as upcoming New ‘N’ Tasty Just Add Water is hoping to capitalize on Hideo Kojima’s desire to see the first game remade in Fox Engine. The developer has some past experience working with a highly regarded IP, Oddworld, and hopes that their respect for the existing property and the fact that they’re “huge Metal Gear fans, with very good knowledge of the source material” will land them the gig.
Whether or not an HD remake of the first MGS happens, the idea is certainly exciting. Do you think Just Add Water is up to the challenge? If not, what studio would be your dream choice to re-envision Metal Gear Solid?
Metal Gear Solid‘s long-time voice of Snake, David Hayter, will not be returning to voice the iconic game character in the upcoming Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. It has been confirmed that 24‘s Kiefer Sutherland will be taking over the role. Series director Hideo Kojima has stated that he wants to take a new direction with this character and when confirming Sutherland as the new actor stated, “The game takes place in 1984 when Snake is 49 years old. Therefore, we needed someone who could genuinely convey both the facial and vocal qualities of a man in his late 40s. It’s different from anything we’ve done before.” Apparently Hayter’s tried and true rendition of Snake wasn’t sufficient for them.
When the cryptic trailer for The Phantom Pain showed up back in December, there was plenty of rumors and speculation swirling around on the internet that it was a new Metal Gear game. Those rumors have turned out to be right. The next installment in the MGS franchise will combine the previously announced Ground Zeroes and The Phantom Pain. The first trailer for Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain is below:
MGSV has been confirmed for PS3 and Xbox 36o