Metal Gear is a collection known for its attractive characters. Interesting, weird, captivating, and whatever you describe them to be, they are a staple of the game anyway, and it's an important reason why this series has become so popular and spent hours experiencing it. So it is no surprise that some of the most iconic and well-known characters in the series are set to appear in other video game series over the course of three decades. In this article, we are going to discuss these appearances in different games.
Gray fox ( Gray Fox) in Konami Krazy Racers 2001
Konami Krazy Racers is a Mario Card-style racing game released
on the add-on gaming console of Addons. As the name implies, it
includes characters from various Konami games. One of these
characters is the Gray Fox, the famous Cyborg Ninja, the first
Metal Gear Solid game. His real name was Frank Jaeger, a former US
Special Forces mercenary named Fox Hund. Originally a child
soldier, he was the only officer to obtain the "fox" code, the
highest level of this special unit.
The collaboration between the popular series and the cast of Monster Hunter and the Metal Gear Solid version of the Peace Walker version led to this. Monster Hunter Portable 3 included Nick Snick and Bass armor, as well as Pace Walker version equipment for the Flan Camrids character, such as a stealth suit and a knife. Famous cardboard boxes also appeared in the game, and by completing special download missions, you could access more equipment related to the Metal Gear series.
Snick and Gary Fox in. Super Smash bros Brawl 2008 and Ultimate 2018
One of the new characters in the Nintendo Super Smash Bros. fighting game series Appeared, is a solid snake. This character has many of his famous abilities and equipment, including CQC techniques, the famous cardboard box, and several weapons. It is also interesting to note that Gary Fox is also available in the game as an assist trophy, an item that invites a non-playable character to temporarily fight with you. Also, after ten years, Snick returned to his super name series in the 2018 Ultimate version for the Nintendo Switch. Several characters from the Metal Gear series also appear in this version as "Spirit" (unlockable characters that can strengthen your fighter), including Kazuhira Miller, Nick Snick, Salidos Snick, Liquid Snick, and Aslat. .
Snick, Ryden and Gorlukovich Soldiers in Evolution Skateboarding 2002
Solid Snick in New International Track & Field 2008
New International Track & Field is a sports game developed by Konami and released in 2008 for Nintendo DS. Has been. This game has several different characters from the Konami series of games to control, one of which is Solid Snick. He seems to be able to do various sports activities and not just skating.
Different Metal Gear Solid Packages for the LittleBigPlanet Series
LittleBigPlanet is a scuba diving or platformer style game, the first version of which was created by Media Molecule for PlayStation 3 and allows players to create their own steps. And share. The game received several add-on packs, one of which was built with the Solid Meta 4 theme. Aside from several Metal Gear-related items for use in the game, players could place the Squid (the main character of the game) in the costumes of Snick, Ryden, a Gorlukovich soldier, Meryl and Mantis.
Metal Gear Solid Two He did another crossover with the LittleBigPlanet series. The third installment of the series received a costume-themed package with the theme of the Ground Zeroes Metal Gear version, which transformed the characters into Kaz, Snick, Scale Face, a helicopter and an armored vehicle. The following year, a second set of Metal Gear-related items was released based on the Phantom Payne version. This included the costumes of Aslat, Snick, Case, the famous box and the popular game dog "DD".
Ald Snick and Solid Snick in Scribblenauts 2009 Japanese Edition
Scribblenauts is a unique game in which you solve puzzles by typing words. You can write almost anything you can think of and the game will display it, giving you almost infinite possibilities. Konami released the title in Japan, and the Japanese version includes Ald Snick and Solid Snick. As you can see, the popularity of these characters has caused Konami to use them in their various games, and the scribbler is one of them.
Raiden on the PlayStation All Stars Battle Royale 2012
PlayStation All Stars Battle Royale was basically Sony's response to the popular superhero series. In this game, the iconic characters of PlayStation take part in crazy battles, and the famous Metal Gear ninja, Ryden, is also present in this work. The game was released the same year as Metal Gear Rising, so the versions of Ryden found in the two games are similar.
Snick in 2005 Ape Escape 3
The third version of the metal detector called Subsistence, which is the Snake Eater that came with several new features, includes a new mode called Snick In contrast was the monkey, in which Snick was tasked with capturing the Ape Escape monkeys. In turn, Ape Escape 3, released in 2005 in Japan and 2006 in the West, featured an honorary presence from Snick. For this character, he used modeling similar to Nick Snake in Metal Gear Solid 3, but he was actually supposed to be in Solid Snake. It is interesting to note that Snick was not voiced in this game by David Heather, but by Peter Lowry, who plays Vulcan Raven in Metal Gear Solid One and the Twin Snakes version.
Solid Snick in 2003 DreamMix TV World Fighters
DreamMix TV World Fighters was a game console game developed by Konami was released in 2003 and features characters from companies such as Hudson, Takara and Konami fighting at various stages and is somewhat similar to its Supersem series. One of the select fighters was Solid Snick from the second version of Metal Gear. There were also stages based on the "Plant" season of Metal Gear 2 in this game.
Solid Snick, Ald Snick, Nick Snick and Ryden in Super Bomberman R 2018
Super Bomberman R, released in 2018 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, includes several guest characters. Shortly after its release, Konami added three famous Metal Gear heroes to the list of game characters. Nick Snick from Metal Geese Solid 3, Solid Snick from Metal Gear Solid 1 and Ryden from Metal Gear Rising were available. David Heather returned to voice both of Snick's characters, but strangely, Quentin Flynn did not voice Ryden. Ald Snick was later added in an update when the game was released on new platforms.
Solid Snick in 2004 Yu-Gi-Oh! 7 Trials to Glory: World Championship Tournament
Yu-Gi-Oh! 7 Trials to Glory: World Championship Tournament was released on the Addons Gimbo console in Japan in 2004 and in the West in 2005. Another popular Konami series in which we witnessed the honorary presence of Solid Snick. In the game, he wears a box disguise and says, "I do not know why I am revealing this, but I am a secret spy. I was hired by an organization that will remain anonymous to study and explore this shadow world. "
Sneak Solid at Astro's Playroom 2020
Sneak Solid has also appeared on Astro Polyrome. A pre-installed, free title that came with the PlayStation 5 to showcase some of its features. The whole game acts as a tribute to the history of PlayStation and is therefore full of references to specific games and characters, including Death Stranding and Metal Gear Solid. At the beginning of the Frigid Floes stage, you are presented with a cardboard box labeled "Solid State" that refers to the Snick Solid and SSD, which is a defining feature of the PlayStation 5. A robot wearing a bandana and a hidden suit can be seen from under the box, and if you tap the box, the famous Metal Gear series exclamation mark will sound. At this point, Snick enters the action and shows his weapon.
Source: Metal Gear Informer