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Konami’s multiplatform Metal Gear Solid HD Collection will anger PS3 fans

Konami has well and truly kicked started this year’s E3 announcements in style, by unveiling upcoming HD collections for Metal Gear Solid, Zone of the Enders and also Silent Hill. The big talking point though, is that they will no longer be PlayStation 3 exclusives, as they are coming to the Xbox 360 as well.

During a pre-recorded press conference, legend Hideo Kojima made the news official, revealing that Metal Gear Solid HD Collections will be comprised of Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty, Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater and once PSP-exclusive, Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker.

The games won’t run on an emulator direct from their previous incarnations, instead they will all feature updated visuals, a brand new HD user interface and also trophy and achievements support as well.

As for Zone of the Enders, the HD collection will consist of the first game, as well as The Second Runner, as reported from VG247. No release information for the new games yet, hopefully Konami will announce this during E3.

Firstly, what are your thoughts on the collections? Are you surprised that they are multiplatform? We’re definitely surprised that Peace Walker is coming to the Xbox 360 now, after first being a Sony PSP exclusive. Also, it’s interesting that the original Metal Gear Solid PS1 game is not included in the collection, perhaps Konami has something else in store for that.

Give us your thoughts on Konami’s bombshell. We’ll update you when we know more details about the MGS HD collection.

Written by Alan Ng

Alan has been working for Product-Reviews since 2009 and became the Editor-in-chief in 2014. He has a passion for technology, the latest mobile phones and gadgets, and the gaming industry. Alan is a graduate of Canterbury Christ Church University and completed a B.A in Commercial Music in 2008. While expressing a keen interest in all areas that PR cover, you'll usually find Alan in the gaming section, where he'll be keeping enthusiasts up to date on all the latest news and reviews for consoles and PC.

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Jesse Tichelaar

Run the games with the MGS4 Engine , Hideo , please


Anger? Why would we be angry! Not only have we finally got all of PSN’s services back online, but all our friends with Xbox 360’s will be able to battle it out with us to see which group of gamers finishes the entire MGS HD Collection first! (I’m routing for 360 myself because it’ll prove PS3 owners have more gaming prowess than just “Speed-run”) There’s always been bridges between the consoles. First all those years of GTA PS2 exclusives (eventually making it to Xbox but only when the new one was released… heh heh heh….) and of course, the love… Read more »

Илья Власов

Ah? Being a PS3 fan and owner myself, I fail see why would it anger me hearing as the best game of all times gets a quality remastering and trophy support. Xbox 360 release is a good thing as well since more people will get to experience this awesome game. What really disappoints me is the fact that original MGS isn’t included for some strange reason. Not even the Twin Snakes. It’s just not right to leave the best game in the series out of the box. Also MGS series is all about the story and releasing the collection on… Read more »


Anger?  Hardly, in fact, I’m relieved.  Every multiplatform console developer is automatically crossed off my list.  Makes it easier on the finances, for one, and for another, I have no need of stripped down gaming on console if they’re available for PC.  And if they aren’t, they’re not worth my time.  Pleeeeeeeeeenty of exclusives on the PS3, and more than plenty of serious IP on PC.

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ham psyche-nitro

 I don’t see why a PS3 owner would be bothered by it coming out on 360 unless it was instead of a PS3 release.

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