Hideo Kojima Has Posted A Series Of Tweets On Metal Gear Solid 3’s 17th Anniversary

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Kojima Productions boss Hideo Kojima recently took to Twitter on the occasion of Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater‘s 17th anniversary to share stories about the game’s development, as well as give some insights into what exactly went into the making of the game. Check out the series of tweets below. 

Kojima shares details about the song “Way to Fall”, and reveals that the song is meant as an expression of not only the relationships between The Boss and Naked Snake, but also Big Boss and young Snake. He also showcases a real-world Alligator Cap, which was used for filming as well as promotional events. Kojima also talked about how the camouflage was a big part of the game, and how the team went about making both it and face paint fashionable. 

Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater, even 17 years later after its launch, pretty well specifically in the gameplay department. It uses its jungle setting to great effect, and much like previous entries in the series, has an emotional and layered narrative, as well as dynamic gameplay.

Leaks have suggested that a ground-up remake of Metal Gear Solid 3 is in the works at Singapore-based Virtuous. Read more on that through here.

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