Metal Gear Games Have Been Rated For PC In Taiwan

Metal Gear Solid has been absent on PC for the last two decades, last appearing in a 2000 port of the hit PS1 game. New ratings and images on the Taiwan Digital Game Rating Committee website for the games, were picked up by Gematsu. This could indicate that publisher Konami […]

Metal Gear Solid has been absent on PC for the last two decades, last appearing in a 2000 port of the hit PS1 game. New ratings and images on the Taiwan Digital Game Rating Committee website for the games, were picked up by Gematsu.

This could indicate that publisher Konami may be ready to revive not only the first game in the Metal Gear Solid series, but its first sequel, and the original 1988 MSX game as well.

Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty received a PC port in 2003 in the form of Metal Gear Solid: Substance, which expanded on the sequel with additional game modes, small dialogue changes, and a slight tweak of the controls.

Substance also added 350 VR missions and 150 Alternative missions. The Alternative missions were set in areas from the main story campaign and allowed players to engage in them as either Solid Snake or Raiden.

Metal Gear Solid
Metal Gear Solid
Gallery image 1Gallery image 2Gallery image 3

The first two Metal Gear Solid games have been collected and re-released in ports before, such as 2011’s Metal Gear Solid: HD Collection for PS3, PS Vita, and Xbox 360, as well 2013’s Metal Gear Solid: The Legacy Collection on PS3.

YouTube channel RedGamingTech has also claimed that Metal Gear Solid will come back to PC, remade from the ground up for that platform and PS5 according to their source.

Konami has usually repackaged the old PC ports of its games in the past for a new release, but more details could be revealed at the Tokyo Games Show this week. The publisher will be present for two panels from September 26-27. For more, check out the full Tokyo Game Show schedule.

Now Playing: Metal Gear Solid On PC, Pokemon Trademarks, & New Kirby Game On Switch | Save State

GameSpot may get a commission from retail offers.

Next Post

Social media platforms put muscle into National Voter Registration Day

Election officials, advocacy groups, and social media platforms mobilized Tuesday to get out the vote on National Voter Registration Day, urging U.S. residents to be proactive about casting their ballot as voter registration numbers dip due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Major social media groups including Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram engaged […]