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Publisher: Konami of America Inc.
Developer: Konami Computer Entertainment Japan / Silicon Knights
Release Date: November 18, 2003
Platform(s): Nintendo GameCube
ESRB Rating: M for Mature
Genre: Action
MSRP: $39.99
Game URL: http://www.konami.com/twinsnakes
Multiplayer: Single-player

Game Description:
Metal Gear Solid®: The Twin Snakes thrusts players into the stunning 3D world of espionage and stealth action created by celebrated producer, Hideo Kojima. Playing as legendary videogame hero, Solid Snake, gamers will infiltrate an Alaskan nuclear missile disposal facility occupied by a terrorist organization called FOXHOUND. Only in this game will players truly feel like they are in the heart of the action, as if every step taken leads them closer to danger. Metal Gear Solid®: the Twin Snakes is an exercise in stealth maneuvers, covert operations and special ops. Delivering the essence of Metal Gear Solid® and Metal Gear Solid®2: Sons of Liberty™ into one unique experience, Metal Gear Solid®: The Twin Snakes adds new elements to the gameplay that were not available with the original release of Metal Gear Solid®, such as aiming and shooting in first person view, hanging from ledges and opening lockers. Additionally, Metal Gear Solid® The Twin Snakes will feature all-new cut-scenes sequences led by Japanese film director and writer Ryuhei Kitamura as well as new character voiceovers, including the voice of the renowned screenwriter (X-Men) and actor, David Hayter as Solid Snake.

Features:
• Metal Gear Solid entirely re-made for the Nintendo GameCube
• Created by highly celebrated Metal Gear team and developed by the renowned Silicon Knights team
• Features unforgettable Metal Gear Solid story with enhanced Metal Gear Solid 2 graphics
• Features Metal Gear Solid 2 gameplay including FPS mode, hanging off ledges, dragging bodies into lockers, and outstanding enemy A.I.

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