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Between the Metal Gear Solid HD Collection and Snake Eater 3D, there's a whole lot of Snake happening later this year. The original Snake Eater featured a somewhat cumbersome camera, but that was rectified with the Subsistence re-release. A new interview with Nintendo Power says some elements of Metal Gear Solid 4 and Peace Walker will make their way into Big Boss's adventure.
According to producer Yoshikazu Matsuhana, "The player controls and some other well-received elements from MGS4 and Peace Walker have been implemented into the game." He continued, "The camera from Subsistence has been adopted, as well as elements of the free roaming camera system that was implemented in MGS4 and Peace Walker."
We're looking forward to seeing how Snake Eater holds up on 3DS when it releases this November.
Source: Nintendo Power via Destructoid
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I'm planning to get MGS for the 3DS, so any news is godo to me.
I would get a 3ds just for this game alone, but I'm going to get the HD collection instead. try again nintendo, try again.
All I know is subsistence and enjoyed that, so I guess I can be happy about that. This really is a perfect way to fill up any plot-holes we missed.Happy for what might happen.