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If you’re watching the Electronic Entertainment Expo tradeshow from home this week as I am, you probably feel like you’re missing a lot. Maybe not the crowds or the stress or the smells, but, you know — the other stuff, like going to booths, playing games, and a lot of waiting in line.
People queuing up for the Metal Gear Solid V presentation at the Konami booth get to see these amazing images depicting the history of the series. If you want a picture of every Metal Gear, all of Snake’s various incarnations, and the comparative map sizes of each entry in the franchise, these glorious images have you covered.
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Above: I always thought Metal Gear Ray was kind of cute. It’s like a giant, psychotic dinosaur.
Above: Sure, they aren’t all the same guy, technically. But they’re all the same level of badass.
Above: Awww, look at how little the first game’s map was. And I still got lost. But the pertinent information is that all that area that is NOT the older games’ maps is The Phantom Pain’s play area.