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January 12, 2017

10 Stealthy Secrets You Need To Know About Metal Gear Solid


Number 10

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The original Metal Gear was one of the first stealth action games ever made.

Number 9

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One for the reasons that the developers of Metal Gear Solid put ‘Solid’ in the name, was to reference their rival company ‘Square’ where solid meant 3D and a square is 2D. Who would’ve figured?

Number 8

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When an in game photo is taken in specific spots on the map, ghostly images of the developers will appear, there are a total of 49 bone chilling ghosts to be found.

Number 7   

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When fighting ‘The End’ you can save and exit the game for a real life week before coming back to the game. This sneaky tactic will not only win you the fight, but provide a strange cut scene showing the poor guy die of old age!

Number 6

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The longest cut scene so far is a total of 27 minutes long, to those of you who have seen this, is there nothing else better to do with your time?

Number 5

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The developers genuinely considered the idea of creating discs that melted to smell like blood during a fight scene, inevitably this idea was not followed through.

Number 4

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Solid Snake’s physical appearance was inspired by movie stars Jean Claude Van-Damme, Christopher Walken and Kurt Russell. Come on Konami, where’s the imagination?

Number 3

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The game is full of interesting movie references including the copying of characters Hal and Dave from ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’.

Number 2

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The game will recognise if you’re playing on a mono-TV, and will proceed to call you out for not buying an advanced TV. This feature is needed for using the speakers to estimate where the helicopter is.

Number 1

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Some of the Metal Gear Solid maps were planned with Lego to see how it looked before turning it virtual.

 

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