Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots (2008)

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When the nations of the world rely upon private military companies to fight their battles for them, renegade Liquid Ocelot emerges as the head of a potent coalition of mercenary powers. Solid Snake returns to save the world once again.


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Director:

Hideo Kojima

Writers:

Hideo Kojima (story), Shuyo Murata (story), Hideo Kojima (scenario), Shuyo Murata (scenario), Hidekuni Shida (additional scenario), Shingo Miyazaki (scripter: script unit), Ryo Ozaki (scripter: script unit), Sean Eyestone (scripter: script unit), Youta Tsutsumizaki (scripter: script unit), Norio Hanawa (scripter: script unit), Tsuyoshi Osada (scripter: script unit), Atsuki Imada (scripter: script unit), Yu Sahara (scripter: script unit), Ryo Nagatsuka (scripter: script unit), Kenji Kimura (scripter: script unit), Naoyuki Shiraishi (scripter: script unit), Masao Masutani (scripter: script unit), Yoshito Ohara (scripter: script unit), Masahiro Takei (scripter: script unit), Katsuhiro Eda (scripter: script unit), Youta Tsutsumizaki (codec scripter: script unit), Satoshi Hirano (in-game/codec scenario: script unit), Shuyo Murata (in-game/codec scenario: script unit), Ryosaku Ueno (in-game/codec scenario: script unit), Hiroaki Yoshiike (lead scripter: script unit), Yûichi Abe (scripter: Metal Gear Online unit), Tokifune Otani (lead scripter: Metal Gear Online unit), Hajime Minowa (codec scripter: script unit), Hajime Minowa (scripter: Metal Gear Online unit), Alexei Tylevich, Masahiro Takei (scripter: Metal Gear Online unit), Naoyuki Shiraishi (scripter: Metal Gear Online unit), Katya Tylevich, Yuichi Kabasawa (scripter: script unit), Kenichi Akamoto (scripter: Metal Gear Online unit), Katsuhiro Eda (scripter: Metal Gear Online unit), Ryoji Tanaka (scripter: Metal Gear Online unit)

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9 December 2009 | pmilleroly27
10
| Metal Gear Solid is Art
The Metal Gear Solid franchise is hands down a piece of art. Perhaps one of the greatest stories I have ever experienced. This gaming franchise is the most advanced form of storytelling to date. Aristotle would be proud to see how far story and art have come. If you love stories then you have to play all three games, or at least watch the cut scenes on youtube. You would butcher some of its quality by just watching the cut scenes however. The gamers complaining about this game only complain because there just gamers not artists. Metal Gear Solid a remarkable art piece. Using both film and gaming as its medium. Think of it like a film that's as long as a novel, but you play and also watch throughout the experience. Games are around 8 hours, not 1-3 like films. Gaming is roughly a book which you get some control over as well as get to see visually on screen. If you enjoy art and story, get a PS3, Metal Gear Solid, MGS2, MGS3, MGS4 and play all of them in order. Play them on the easiest mode if you don't play games. 1 is the hardest so if you can't be it. Your option would be to get the remake version Metal Gear Solid: Twin Snakes on the gamecube, negative is you would have to buy a gamecube or just watch the cut scenes on youtube. Again is you love art and story you should miss this experience. It will change your life.

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Release Date:

12 June 2008

Language

Japanese


Country of Origin

Japan

Box Office

Budget:

$60,000,000 (estimated)

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