Konami Confirms MGS: Legacy Collection


Today Konami has officially announced Metal Gear Solid: The Legacy Collection, a product that was first outed last week when it was found listed on the Korean games rating board’s website. The collection will include the original Metal Gear and Metal Gear 2 games from the MSX console, as well as Metal Gear Solid, Metal Gear Solid 2 HD Edition, Metal Gear Solid 3 HD Edition, Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker HD, Metal Gear Solid: VR Missions, and Metal Gear Solid 4: Trophy Edition, not to mention two Ash Wood-made digital graphic novels. Not quite the collection we’d envisioned, but it’s pretty cool that the classic old games are in the package.

Said Konami president Tomoyuki Tsuboi:

“We wanted to give Metal Gear Solid fans the opportunity to experience the series from beginning to end, all on one console. With the collection’s multiple titles, players can truly see how Metal Gear Solid evolved into the critically acclaimed and beloved franchise it is today.”

Pretty sweet to have it all there in one package. No word yet on a price. Now that we know just what the Legacy Collection includes, what do you think? Plan on getting it? How much would you pay for something like this?

  1. They should have included Portable Ops and Plus, otherwise any claim that it’s the complete series is bullshit, since Portable Ops (plus is just an online addon if I recall) is canon.

  2. I’d like it to be something like 40, but frankly I’d probably pay full price for something like this. It seems awesome, and I absolutely plan on getting it.

  3. I feel like it will come with a demo of Ground Zeros, but probably not.

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