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21st Nov '17 5:47:20 PM TheWildWestPyro
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* Snake's signature weapon is the [[RareGuns/{{Handguns}} Mark 23 SOCOM]], a .45 caliber pistol noted for being infamously large and heavy and having terrible ergonomics in real life. The devs have stated that the SOCOM was chosen because its huge size was easy to model and Snake handling the SOCOM well enough to take advantage of its full capabilities made him look really cool. But why do many players end up using the SOCOM as their main weapon? PunchPackingPistol aside, the SOCOM was originally designed to be used as a primary weapon in place of a rifle or SMG, and was found to be very accurate and reliable in extreme environments. Which means it's ''perfect'' for protagonists in the Metal Gear universe, who always operate in the wilderness. After all, most players end up using their handguns the most for [[PunchPackingPistol a reason]].

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* Snake's signature weapon is the [[RareGuns/{{Handguns}} Mark 23 SOCOM]], a .45 caliber pistol noted for being infamously large and heavy and having terrible ergonomics in real life. The devs have stated that the SOCOM was chosen because its huge size was easy to model and Snake handling the SOCOM well enough to take advantage of its full capabilities made him look really cool. But why do many players end up using the SOCOM as their main weapon? PunchPackingPistol aside, the SOCOM was originally designed to be used as a primary weapon in place of a rifle or SMG, and was found to be very accurate and reliable in extreme environments. Which means it's This makes it ''perfect'' for protagonists in the Metal Gear universe, who always operate in the wilderness. After all, most players end up using their handguns the most for [[PunchPackingPistol a reason]].
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21st Nov '17 5:46:47 PM TheWildWestPyro
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* Snake's signature weapon is the [[RareGuns/{{Handguns}} Mark 23 SOCOM]], a .45 caliber pistol noted for being infamously large and heavy and having terrible ergonomics in real life. The devs have stated that the SOCOM was chosen because its huge size was easy to model and Snake handling the SOCOM well enough to take advantage of its full capabilities made him look really cool. But why do many players end up using the SOCOM as their main weapon? PunchPackingPistol aside, the SOCOM was originally designed to be used as a primary weapon in place of a rifle or SMG, and was found to be very accurate and reliable in extreme environments.

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* Snake's signature weapon is the [[RareGuns/{{Handguns}} Mark 23 SOCOM]], a .45 caliber pistol noted for being infamously large and heavy and having terrible ergonomics in real life. The devs have stated that the SOCOM was chosen because its huge size was easy to model and Snake handling the SOCOM well enough to take advantage of its full capabilities made him look really cool. But why do many players end up using the SOCOM as their main weapon? PunchPackingPistol aside, the SOCOM was originally designed to be used as a primary weapon in place of a rifle or SMG, and was found to be very accurate and reliable in extreme environments. \n Which means it's ''perfect'' for protagonists in the Metal Gear universe, who always operate in the wilderness. After all, most players end up using their handguns the most for [[PunchPackingPistol a reason]].
17th Oct '17 2:46:30 PM AHI-3000
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[[index]]
* ''Fridge/MetalGearSolid''
* ''Fridge/MetalGearSolid2SonsOfLiberty''
* ''Fridge/MetalGearSolid3SnakeEater''
* ''Fridge/MetalGearSolid4GunsOfThePatriots''
* ''Fridge/MetalGearSolidPeaceWalker''
* ''Fridge/MetalGearSolidV''
* ''Fridge/MetalGearSolidPortableOps''
* ''Fridge/MetalGearRisingRevengeance''
* ''Fridge/MetalGearSurvive''
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9th Aug '17 5:37:41 PM WaterBlap
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* During the short period of time you have EVA in your party in VideoGame/MetalGearSolid3, so to speak, you can check her medical history. Turns out she has breast implants, eaten a Tsuchinoko, and [[{{Squick}} Proctitis]] ([[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Proctitis NSFW image on Wikipedia page]]). Is it possible for Kojima to troll his own series? Considering that the proctitis is usually in the midst of electrical burns and other wounds caused by the BigBad, who's a [[DepravedBisexual sadistic pervert]].
7th Aug '17 8:22:17 AM TheWildWestPyro
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* Snake's signature weapon is the [[RareGuns/{{Handguns}} Mark 23 SOCOM]], a .45 caliber pistol noted for being infamously large and heavy and having terrible ergonomics in real life. The devs have stated that the SOCOM was chosen because its huge size was easy to model and Snake handling the SOCOM well enough to take advantage of its full capabilities made him look really cool. But why do many players end up using the SOCOM as their main weapon? PunchPackingPistol aside, the SOCOM was originally designed to be used as a primary weapon in place of a rifle or SMG, and was found to be very accurate and reliable in extreme environments.
11th Mar '17 11:58:28 AM nombretomado
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*** In MetalGearSolidV, turns out that one specific Patriot member (who's in this for himself) helped turn [[spoiler:Huey]] into a sociopath. ''Now how many other significant characters in the series has he worked on''.

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*** In MetalGearSolidV, ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolidV'', turns out that one specific Patriot member (who's in this for himself) helped turn [[spoiler:Huey]] into a sociopath. ''Now how many other significant characters in the series has he worked on''.
8th Aug '16 9:30:58 AM kome360
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**** Who's to say [[spoiler:''Kaz'']] couldn't have gotten his revenge on the Emerichs?
8th Aug '16 9:28:59 AM kome360
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*** In MetalGearSolidV, turns out that one specific Patriot member (who's in this for himself) helped turn [[spoiler:Huey]] into a sociopath. ''Now how many other significant characters in the series has he worked on''.
27th Jul '16 6:11:43 PM paulson
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*** Considering that The Patriots [[spoiler: manipulated Raiden and Rose to get together]], it isn't far-fetched to believe that they could have [[spoiler: manipulated Huey, who's not the most moral character to begin with, into marrying an {{ephebophile}}]]
21st Sep '15 9:06:32 PM maniacykt
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** That is a fallacy, on par with "Hitler ate sugar". By that logic every game, book, movie/etc where character can hide in closed somehow "indicates" that he/she is gay. Very cryptic, yeah right.

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** That is a fallacy, on par with "Hitler ate sugar". By that logic every game, book, movie/etc where character can hide in closed closet somehow "indicates" that he/she is gay. Very cryptic, yeah right.of course it is.
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