Metal Gear is one of the most popular action-adventure series created by the famous game maker Hideo Kojima and published by the giant in the video game industry-Konami. The series’ first game was Metal Gear, released in 1987 for the MSX home computer system. The average player is given control of a special task force. Usually, the characters will be Solid Snake or Big Boss, who is tasked with finding the iconic superweapon “Metal Gear,” a two-legged walking tank with the ability to launch a nuclear weapon.
In subsequent installments, games have been released for a wider variety of consoles. Since then, the plot has also been expanded compared to the original game. It has additional villains and support for Snake. Meanwhile, it also has several games that explore more deeply about the history of Metal Gear and its recurring characters. The third game in the series is Metal Gear Solid for PlayStation, marking a crucial turning point with the appearance of entirely new 3D graphics for Metal Gear. As of September 2019, there are more than 55 million copies of the franchise game worldwide. Some of the individual sections are also highly economically valued and highly regarded by critics for the content.
The series has also been credited as one of the pioneering games for popularizing sneaky action and movie games. The traits that make players feel impressed about this game maybe the fact that the character can become invisible to action. Besides, you can experience and increase your knowledge related to politics, fantasy, and philosophy. The game franchise has also been franchised to other areas such as dramas, comic books, novels, and drama CDs. Solid Snake also appeared in Super Smash Bros. Brawl and the final Super Smash Bros.