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Metal Gear Solid Snake Eater

metal gear 3ds3DS, ds, hideo-kojima, Konami, metal-gear-solid-snake-eater-3d, MGS-3D, nintendo Everybody is Itching to play the new Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater 3D game? You will be in for a long wait. MCV says the next game in the tactical espionage series is not going to drop until this fall – specifically November. First shown off at last year’s E3 along with the unveiling of the 3DS system, gamers were hoping for it to be out by the summer. It’s a shame, because like all big-budget games, the delay is adding more to the 3DS game drought. If there's been something of a disconnect between the success of Nintendo 3DS and the buzz the media - including us - helped create at the last E3, it's almost certainly down to the fact that the platform holder and its third-party associates have yet to unleash their big guns. The Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater demo on 3DS was undoubtedly one of the highlights of the behind-the-scenes presentation we attended, and one year on it's still looking like an extremely exciting game.
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Konami's recent press conference offered us our first opportunity to take a look at some post-E3 Metal Gear Solid 3DS footage, the vast majority of which is gleaned from the real-time engine cinematic that kicks off the game and looks very, very faithful to the PlayStation 2 original. But how close is it, and what - if anything - can we learn about the Metal Gear 3DS engine tech based on what's been revealed thus far?

We unearthed a copy of Snake Eater on PS2, captured it via HDMI on our backwards compatible PlayStation 3 and put together this head-to-head video (please excuse some creative licence on the logo sections!). 3DS, ds, hideo-kojima, Konami, metal-gear-solid-snake-eater-3d, MGS-3D, nintendo The results are intriguing - in some respects there are obvious downgrades from what we see in the PS2 original, but on the flipside, this isn't just a basic port. Clearly Konami has put in some effort into making use of the hardware features of the 3DS, over and above the stereoscopic 3D support. Hideo Kojima gave a glimpse of the playable Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater 3D demo for E3 by way of his Japanese Twitter account today. He noted that he finally crossed a suspension bridge using the "gyro controls." Last year's E3 demo of MGS 3D was little more than an interactive movie.  game's interface on the lower screen, with weapon selection also accessible through the bottom screen.hideo-kojima
To begin with, the most obvious thing that springs out from the footage is that the game is actually rendering at around 800x480: this is interesting in that the perceived wisdom is that 3DS's screen has a native resolution of 800x240, or 400x240 per eye. Screenshots from Konami have also confirmed the higher resolution. This is intriguing in that it means that the new handheld version of the game actually has a higher precision look (in 2D mode, at least) than the original PlayStation 2 version of the game, presumably running at the Sony console's standard 512x448 resolution. Whether this will actually be noticeable on the 3DS display remains to be seen - we've seen 800x480 Ridge Racer 3D shots, but we don't see much in the way of evidence of a 480p res in the final game. 3DS, ds, hideo-kojima, Konami, metal-gear-solid-snake-eater-3d, MGS-3D, nintendo There are other advantages to the new 3DS game too. You'll notice that Snake's HALO costume now boasts shiny specular and normal maps that aren't present in the original PS2 game: an interesting example of how Konami is leveraging the specific feature set of the DMP PICA200 graphics chip in the 3DS. There's also evidence of some higher-resolution textures in there too, though it's hardly a night-and-day difference. Another 3DS advantage can be discerned at the very end of the video: the cut-scenes involving the forest appear to cause some serious frame-rate issues for the PlayStation 2, but the 3DS doesn't seem to have any issues at all at the same hotspots. Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater introduces new depth and thrilling gameplay. It's a new level of gaming, with all the detailed levels, thrilling gameplay and stunning plot twists players crave. Set in the 1960s, you become a legendary soldier sent to uncover the secret behind 3DS, ds, hideo-kojima, Konami, metal-gear-solid-snake-eater-3d, MGS-3D, nintendo
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