‘Metal Gear Solid HD Collection’ Going Vita this Summer
14 Mar, 2012
Konami recently announced that it is gearing up for some handheld ops and bringing the Metal Gear Solid HD Collection to the Playstation Vita sometime this summer. Peace Walker will be MIA for the collection, which will still boast revised versions of MGS 2: Sons of Liberty and MGS 3: Snake Eater, both games reportedly being re-designed to take advantage of the Vita’s touch screen features.
“The PlayStation®Vita system will provide fans with an exciting new way to enjoy the Metal Gear Solid HD Collection,” said Martin Schneider, General Manager for Konami Digital Entertainment. “We’re confident that users will be pleased with the new innovations Kojima Productions have implemented with the new PlayStation®Vita iterations, offering a truly unique experience for this exciting new format.”
Is Metal Gear on the Vita something you’re looking for, EGs? And are touch screen controls enough to make up for the lack of Peace Walker? Sound off in the comments section!
Elder Geek installed GavinGreene.exe into its News editorial directory in May of 2009. The resulting mobile humanoid server has developed frighteningly realistic obsessions with RPGs, Adventure Games, and Industry Politics, and may be the harbinger of the inevitable singularity. Follow him on Twitter @ElderGeekGav
By reading our articles, watching our videos, and making a monetary donation to Elder-Geek.com, you are helping independent journalism. We aren't owned by a mega-corporation, out to build a new summer home for our executives. We simply want to keep our servers running and continuously provide quality content to our readers.