“The world has room for only one big boss!”
In the third of our six Metal Gear 25th anniversary specials Leon, Tony, James and Ready-Up‘s Paul Rooney come to that most controversial of instalments, Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty. Did this much anticipated title represent a new echelon in interactive storytelling, or was it the start of the slippery slope for Kojima and gaming in general?
Music used in this issue:
1: Metal Gear Solid Main Theme by Tappi Iwase (arranged by Harry Gregson-Williams)
2: Fortune by Norihiko Hibino
3: Twilight Sniping by Norihiko Hibino
4: Can’t Say Goodbye to Yesterday by Rika Muranaka (vocal by Carla White)
Cane and Rinse 33 was edited by Sean O’Brien
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Josh sneaks his way through Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty:
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