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News Rumor Virtous Employee Confirms ‘Unannounced AAA Remake’ Amid Metal Gear Solid 3 Report

K2D

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Well they didn't make it worse😂
Yes, to add insult to injury, I can't claim he looks objectively BAD.. Just conceptually wrong.

In my minds eye, he used to look like college or enlistment age.

In the remaster his face looks like that of a fucking middle schooler prep boy..!
 

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Yes, to add insult to injury, I can't claim he looks objectively BAD.. Just conceptually wrong.

In my minds eye, he used to look like college or enlistment age.

In the remaster his face looks like that of a fucking middle schooler prep boy..!
Well I'd blame SE for that
 
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MGS1 would need to be basically a reboot. It's a short game for today's standards and, IMO, it didn't take well with the MGS2 mechanics. MGS is a great game but gameplay wise it does show it's age.

MGS2 would be a much better candidate but many people didn't like it because of the Snake controversy and (I think) the story was too crazy/convulted for most.

MGS3 is the perfect candidate because the gameplay still holds up OK and the environments could be expanded easier. It's much easier to add additional bases or patches of jungle than creating new rooms to do something in a base like Shadow Moses or Arsenal Gear.

If I was to decide what to remake, I'd go with 3 too.

Hopefully it will include a PC port as well.

I'd like them to give it another go with a MGS2 sequel that takes cues from 4 but basically just reboot it and remake it. I like the nanomachines part but stuff like the third act felt out of place. I think the game would be much better if it was about exploring different battlefields for different objectives, like V.
 

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I’ve got a general question:

Why is it that we as gamers are always searching for leaks and stuff and if the day of the announcement comes we don’t feel anything ?
I’m not that long on Neogaf but this forum is clearly taking my enjoyment when it comes to announcements. I’m simply not surprised anymore

yeah yeah why did I click it.. it’s literally in the title lol
 

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Rumors of a Metal Gear Solid revival of some sort have been around for some time, and a potential remake has been brought up more than a few times these last few months. Recently, in fact, a report claimed that a Metal Gear Solid 3 remake is in the works, with Konami collaborating on the project with the port and remaster specialists at Virtuos.

Of course, there's no way to know right now how true this rumour is, but like every Metal Gear fan in the world, we sure hope it is. And if it is, also like every Metal Gear fan in the world, there's a few things we'd like to see the remake do that, in our estimation, would give it a pretty good chance of living up to the immense legacy of the original game. Here, we're going to talk about a few of those things.