Coming out of retirement, super-soldier Solid Snake is called back into the line of duty to take on rogue members of FOXHOUND, threatening to launch nuclear-weapons on the White House unless they receive their $1 billion ransom. With only 24-houts to sabotage FOXHOUND's threat, Snake must infiltrate enemy lines, hide from them when necessary and he'll face many challenges along the way: the demons of his past will challenge him and his will as a soldier shall be tested, as Snake fights to save the world from nuclear devastation.
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Naomi says her grandfather was in the FBI, but later, Master Miller mentions "her grandfather" and "her father" when talking about him. See more
[Talking about Snake face his twin Liquid
That's why we really need you for this mission.
You're the only one who can beat him. Now that I've met you, I know. You've got something that he doesn't. I can see it in your eyes.
Why don't I find that thought more conforting?
During your third time playing the game, different music plays over the end credits. This music is the "Metal Gear Solid Main Theme" that was primarily featured in trailers, most notably the one at the 1997 Electronic Entertainment Expo. See more
Japan's Metal Gear Solid Integral not only contains more VR Missions but it also contains a first person view feature in the game. This feature allows to walk and look around(but can't shoot your weapon) through Solid Snake's eyes in regular game mode. North America's Metal Gear Solid VR Missions has this feature but it's hidden within the game's coding. The only way to enable this feature on MGS VR Missions is using a cheating device (Gameshark). See more
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Composed & performed by Tappi Iwase
Based on a composition by Georgi Sviridov
(uncredited) See more