Metal Gear Solid is not only an amazing PlayStation title, it’s one of the most quintessential video game experiences in the medium’s history. It’s been in the Smithsonian, graced the pages of the Guinness Book of World Records, and made almost every video game journalist’s top list of must-play games every year since its creation.
So if you guys have been surfing the web, you might have heard that Rogue Legacy is coming to PS Vita, PS3, and PS4. Well… it is! Pretty crazy stuff. If you guys didn’t watch the Sony Gamescom conference, you can check it out here. Feel free to watch for, like, 30 seconds, even though the rest of it is really cool.
Konami announced its Metal Gear Solid: The Legacy Collection this past April, which it slightly delayed from a June release to a July 9 release. Its release is fast approaching, which means now would be the perfect time for Konami to release an official trailer for the game. The trailer for Metal Gear Solid: The Legeacy includes multiple shots from all of the games the collection will includes, so expect to see clips from Metal Gear Solid, the HD Collection versions of Metal Gear Solid 2 & 3, Metal Gear Solid 4 Trophy Edition, Peace Walker and VR Missions.
The 2014 Subaru Legacy starts at $20,295, plus a $795 destination fee, while the 2014 Outback carries a $23,495 MSRP, plus a $825 destination charge. When taken to the highest trim level, the Legacy carries a MSRP of $29,690 while the Outback tops out around $32,920.
From the frozen Alaskan tundra to the jungles of Russia, the Metal Gear series has covered nearly every corner of the globe, with a story spanning over 50 years of history and four generations of consoles. And for the first time in series history, every core title will be available in a single box, starting July 9th, 2013 on PS3.