New Snake Eater 3D Video and Screens
To coincide with their E3 video press conference Konami has released a bunch of new assets for Metal Gear’s first 3DS outing. Also, Yoshi.
Konami has released a bunch of new screenshots and two new videos to whet your appetite for Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater 3D.
Shortly after its pre-E3 video press conference a host of new assets were published to Snake Eater 3D’s Japanese website. The English version of the site has not yet been opened.
The first video is a presentation by Yoshikazu Matsuhana, the creative director on this version of the game, which was shown with an English dub during Konami’s E3 pre-show video.
The second is the new game play trailer (embedded below) which shows the use of the 3DS’ gyroscopic tilt sensors to balance Snake as he walked across a rickety bridge, the touch screen to equip weapons and the camera to snap patterns from real life to create camouflage for Snake’s sneaking suit.
As is the norm with Metal Gear Solid trailers, it ends on a humorous note with Snake discovering a statue of Mario’s green-scaled buddy. This is reminiscent of the Mario and Yoshi dolls that were found in the GameCube remake of the original Metal Gear Solid subtitled The Twin Snakes.
The new screenshots don’t leave us with as much insight outside of letting us take in more of the game’s impressive visuals. You can check them all out in our freshly updated image gallery.