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Author: zippdementia
Posted: November 26, 2011 (12:41 PM)
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I suppose they could have thrown on "Twin Snakes" for the MGS1 HD choice, since that was a full remake with MGS2 graphics (and oddly worse voice acting and overblown remakes of the cutscenes).

Note to gamers: when someone shoots you in the face, they aren't "gay." They are "psychopathic."

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Author: joseph_valencia
Posted: November 27, 2011 (01:33 PM)
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I have a feeling they're gonna do a full-blown HD remake of MGS. The original version is too dated to package alongside MGS3 and Peace Walker, and the consensus on the Gamecube version seems to be "missed opportunity". The only logical thing to do is remake it.

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