History VideoGame / MetalGearSolidPeaceWalker

20th Jun '16 9:05:50 PM Saurubiker
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* SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute: Miller serves the same role Roy Campbell did in ''Portable Ops''. He is Snake's second-in-command and primary radio contact and they're both blond-haired womanizers. Both also debuted as part of Solid Snake's support crew in ''Metal Gear 2'' and both were returning characters in the original ''Metal Gear Solid''. It should be noted that [[spoiler: the Miller in ''Metal Gear Solid'' was actually an imposter.]]

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* SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute: Miller serves the same role Roy Campbell did in ''Portable Ops''. He is Snake's second-in-command and primary radio contact and they're both blond-haired womanizers. Both also debuted as part of Solid Snake's support crew in ''Metal Gear 2'' and both were returning characters in the original ''Metal Gear Solid''. It should be noted that Solid'', although [[spoiler: the Miller in ''Metal Gear Solid'' was actually an imposter.]]
6th Jun '16 11:00:33 PM mitsumii
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6th Jun '16 11:00:31 PM mitsumii
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* {{Vocaloid}}: The software used to voice the AI Weapons and some of the Walkman songs. Notable in that unlike most Vocaloid software, the particular version used in ''Peace Walker'' was designed for this game, and made to simulate voice, instead of music. Players of the PSP version were also able to use a barebones version of the software to generate their own BossBanter for Metal Gear ZEKE as well as Loadout Menu voices, until the service was cut in 2012.

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* {{Vocaloid}}: The software used to voice the AI Weapons and some of the Walkman songs. Notable in that unlike most Vocaloid software, the particular version used in ''Peace Walker'' was designed for this game, and made to simulate voice, speech instead of music.singing. Players of the PSP version were also able to use a barebones version of the software to generate their own BossBanter for Metal Gear ZEKE as well as Loadout Menu voices, until the service was cut in 2012.
11th May '16 8:36:08 AM Eyeshield
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* ColorCodedForYourConvenience: Everything Yellow is good, while everything Red is evil. [[spoiler: A subtle hint of foreshadowing to Ramon Mena and Paz's true natures: Yeah, they have blonde hair and a yellow trenchcoat, but Mena has a red robotic hand and Paz is wearing a red jacket.]]
27th Feb '16 3:49:31 PM anybodyever
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** The Sneaking Suit. It silences the character's footsteps on any surface, making getting behind and holding up enemies a breeze. It does reduce the amount of ammo you can carry, but you shouldn't need much at that point anyway. Even better, the suit is just given to you midway through the game.
25th Feb '16 6:53:28 AM PF
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'''''Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker''''' is a ''Franchise/MetalGear'' game released for the PlayStationPortable in 2010. The follow-up to ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolidPortableOps'', unlike its predecessor, ''Peace Walker'' was directed, written and designed by Creator/HideoKojima, with most of the same team from ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid4GunsOfThePatriots'' involved in its development. With much higher production values than ''Portable Ops'', ''Peace Walker'' was at one point considered to be "''Metal Gear Solid 5''" during its development and is officially regarded as a full-fledged installment in the ''Metal Gear'' series alongside the numbered entries in the series, rather than a sidegame.

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'''''Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker''''' is a ''Franchise/MetalGear'' game released for the PlayStationPortable UsefulNotes/PlayStationPortable in 2010. The follow-up to ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolidPortableOps'', unlike its predecessor, ''Peace Walker'' was directed, written and designed by Creator/HideoKojima, with most of the same team from ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid4GunsOfThePatriots'' involved in its development. With much higher production values than ''Portable Ops'', ''Peace Walker'' was at one point considered to be "''Metal Gear Solid 5''" during its development and is officially regarded as a full-fledged installment in the ''Metal Gear'' series alongside the numbered entries in the series, rather than a sidegame.



Despite its origins as a portable game, Kojima Productions saw fit to release ''Peace Walker'' on home consoles as well, bringing the game to a much wider audience with an upgraded resolution of [=720p=] (compared to the original's [=272p=]). In 2011, ''Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker HD Edition'' was released for the PlayStation3 and {{Xbox 360}}, sold as a standalone game in Japan and included with the ''Metal Gear Solid: HD Collection'' overseas (although, the Xbox 360 version of the ''HD Collection'' has ''Peace Walker'' on a separate disc due to the console using DVD instead of Blu-ray as its storage media).

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Despite its origins as a portable game, Kojima Productions saw fit to release ''Peace Walker'' on home consoles as well, bringing the game to a much wider audience with an upgraded resolution of [=720p=] (compared to the original's [=272p=]). In 2011, ''Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker HD Edition'' was released for the PlayStation3 UsefulNotes/PlayStation3 and {{Xbox UsefulNotes/{{Xbox 360}}, sold as a standalone game in Japan and included with the ''Metal Gear Solid: HD Collection'' overseas (although, the Xbox 360 version of the ''HD Collection'' has ''Peace Walker'' on a separate disc due to the console using DVD instead of Blu-ray as its storage media).
25th Feb '16 1:17:11 AM erforce
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* WholePlotReference: ''Peace Walker''[='=]s frame (set-up) is remarkably similar to ''[[{{Film/Chinatown}} The Two Jakes]]''.

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* WholePlotReference: ''Peace Walker''[='=]s frame (set-up) is remarkably similar to ''[[{{Film/Chinatown}} The Two Jakes]]''.''Film/TheTwoJakes''.
21st Jan '16 10:27:49 AM CynicalBastardo
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%%* BigDamnHeroes: [[spoiler:The Sandinistas.]]

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%%* * BigDamnHeroes: [[spoiler:The Sandinistas.Sandinistas rescue Snake when he confronts Coldman after escaping from his cell.]]


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* PresentDayPast: Huey smokes an e-cigarette, which wouldn't be introduced for another thirty years and which were just becoming popular at the time of the game's release. Some of the later Walkmen that can be developed are later tape and even [=MP3=] players. See also SchizoTech.


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* SchizoTech: Several of the guns, such as the Steyr AUG, turn up before their RealLife development. Huey uses an e-cigarette and an [=MP3=] player can be developed.
12th Jan '16 12:40:48 AM Neselas
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* TickleTorture: On the Japanese censored torture scene, Dr. Strangelove does this to Snake. The censorship is useless in the end because the consequences of failing the [[PressXToNotDie button mashing marathon]] still result in Snake becoming [[HighVoltageDeath a human Christmas tree]].
2nd Dec '15 10:07:08 AM dreamofwritting
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* ClimaxBoss: After the fist-pumpingly-awesome Get to the Control Tower mission, it seems like it'd be hard for the final battle with Peace Walker to top that. [[TwoWordsObviousTrope Two words: it's better.]]

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* ClimaxBoss: After the fist-pumpingly-awesome Get to the Control Tower mission, it seems like it'd be hard for the final battle with Peace Walker to top that. [[TwoWordsObviousTrope Two words: it's It's better.]]
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