The lost 2008 Metal Gear Solid mobile game has been found and posted online for preservation.
As reported by Time Extension, Metal Gear Solid Mobile has been reclaimed by several Twitter users who have successfully revived the game released in 2008, allowing anyone to play it online through the power of emulation. I did.
you are so good! Thanks to the kind help of @markfeuerborn, his complete BREW version of Metal Gear Solid Mobile was dumped and saved from a Motorola V3M phone. Get it here https://t.co/MfFyw8P9zj. Attached footage using Melange emulator running in WSA. pic.twitter.com/2Qpy52DQruFebruary 5, 2024
This isn’t actually a game made by Kojima or Konami, but rather a bizarre spin-off made by Ideaworks, a London-based studio that’s been disappointed in the game since it debuted just a few years ago. However, the door was closed forever. It is made for completely mobile devices such as the gaming-specific Nokia N-Gage.
But wait – that’s not all! Rather than being a port of the original Metal Gear Solid, Metal Gear Solid Mobile is a completely original installment of the Konami franchise, and is similar to Metal Gear Solid and Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty. It takes place between. This is the story of Snake and Otacon trying to permanently stop all Metal Gears around the world.
This is definitely one of the lesser known Metal Gear games, and considering it’s a mobile-only game from 2008, who can blame you for not knowing about it? If you don’t want to dig deep into the history books to play it, there’s no need to worry, because Metal Gear Solid Delta: Snake Eater is scheduled to be released this year, according to PlayStation.
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