— --The Boss After the release of and the fanbase's reaction to all its changes, had his work cut out for him when the time came to make another sequel and reunite the fandom. Needless to say, Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater, released in late 2004, did the job with flying colors and is still considered by many fans as the best game in the series, even after the release of. In 1962, Nikolai Stepanovich Sokolov, a Soviet scientist who previously defected to the West, is forcibly bought back to the other side of the Iron Curtain in the wake of the Cuban Missile Crisis. Ennio morricone the mission. Two years later, American intelligence learns that Sokolov is being forced to create a secret weapon that could turn the Cold War into a blazing hot one, and a plan is formulated to bring Sokolov back to America, as FOX operative codenamed 'Naked Snake' is called into action to rescue him from a Soviet weapons lab.
The mission does not go smoothly. During the mission, Snake's lifelong mentor and mother figure, The Boss, announces her own defection to the Soviet Union, abducts Sokolov, and brings her own squad, the Cobra Unit, along for the ride. Worse yet, she also brings two miniature nuclear warheads to sweeten the deal, one of which is promptly used by her new boss, Colonel Volgin, to pulverize the research facility and frame America for the whole ordeal, after the plane Snake used to enter was picked up on radar within Soviet air space. With the United States' reputation on the line and the two nations on the verge of, Snake is sent back to the Soviet Union to help the FOX unit clear its name by taking out Volgin and his secret weapon, as well as The Boss and her Cobra Unit. In terms of gameplay and its mechanics, the game puts much more emphasis on survival than previous games, requiring the player to hunt and eat to stay alive, and to heal their wounds manually. The static indoor maps of the previous games have been swapped out in favor of sprawling outdoor environment, requiring the player to make use of camouflage to stay hidden from enemy sentries, or distract them with a variety of tools, from tranquilizer darts to pornographic magazines, in tried and true fashion. With its much less convoluted story, the game was viewed as a return to form by many.
Again, there was a main character switcheroo, but this time for Solid Snake's, Naked Snake, which helped ease the pain. Taking place in the defining years of the, the plotline embraces every spy movie trope in the book (up to and including a -esque musical intro sequence). With a truly, plus a few truly tense and memorable boss fights, it's easy to see why many fans still consider this one as one of the best games on the. Metal Gear Solid 3 also received an a year later with Metal Gear Solid 3: Subsistence, which featured a new third-person camera system, a brand-new online multiplayer component (), as well as in the Metal Gear series, and additional stages to minigame starring the monkeys from. Players who preordered Subsistence also received a third disc featuring a three-and-a-half-hour-long movie version of the game, strung together from cutscenes, radio conversations, and gameplay footage.
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This disc is included in the PAL edition of Subsistence by default,. The next game in the series, Metal Gear Solid 4, shifted the focus back to Solid Snake, but the game has also spawned a direct sequel in the game, continuing the story of Naked Snake as he forms the FOXHOUND unit. Portable Ops, in turn, was followed by a few years later, depicting the rise of Outer Heaven. A of Metal Gear Solid 3 was released for the and in November 2011 as a component of Metal Gear Solid: HD Collection and a for the titled Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater 3D was released on February 21, 2012. This game uses the following tropes: •: EVA has no shame whatsoever.