Having already brought us the God of War Collection, developers Bluepoint have once again been enlisted to help bring a classic franchise back to HD life. Hard at work on the just-announced Metal Gear Solid Collection, Bluepoint's HD port is no mere "emulation", offering a play-feel that is "completely new", according to series' creator, Hideo Kojima.
Kojima revealed yet more on the mouthwatering collection, which bundles Metal Gear Solid 2 and 3, and Peace Walker, together. Questioned on the subject of Snake Eater, the brilliantly atmospheric jungle romp, Kojima confirmed it would be the Subsistence version which added a competitive online mode and a 3D camera; a first for the series.
It'll run at 60 frames per second, too, according to Kojima. Konami has already confirmed the two HD collections announced last night - MGS and Zone of the Enders - are being completely remodeled and built from the ground-up for next gen consoles. The Zone of the Enders Collection includes the Anubis Special Edition, to boot.
It's a testament to how beloved both series are that mere HD ports can incite such rabid fandom. We're huge, huge fans of both series here at Dealspwn, and you can count on us to bring you the latest news and impressions when they develop. [Andriasang[