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Starting off a (covering all time zones!!) with our cool boss asking us to be and think . Be careful what you ask for 🤭😁
















本日開催‼️ 声優さんの代表的なお仕事である「アフレコ」が BOSS京都 で体験できちゃいます✨ ESPエンタテインメント大阪のMISU先生をお招きしての出張体験レッスン😁 要予約のイベントでしたが、中高生以下限定で飛び入り参加OKです👍🏻 第1部は14時スタート‼️ 是非当店へお越し下さい💨




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Thank you all for stopping by my stream today. I hope you all have a good day/evening. Kermit converted to become gangsta and follow footsteps of Boss Elmo.






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Anyone???

Metal Gear 2:  Solid Snake (MSX2)

I hadn’t intended to play this game so soon after the first Metal Gear, but out curiousity, I loaded it up and was instantly taken aback by how much more cinematic it was than the first one:

Whoa - now THIS is more like the Metal Gear, or rather the works of Hideo Kojima in general, that I’m familiar with.  From the random shots of the various pieces of Metal Gear to the atmospheric synthy music - I wasn’t expecting such a huge leap in presentation!  So naturally I had to play a little bit of the game too and damned if THAT wasn’t a huge leap forward in quality as well! 

Which all makes sense, considering Kojima, now a proven asset after the success of Metal Gear, had more time to fully flesh out and develop Metal Gear 2 before it’s release in 1990.  Set a few years after the events of Metal Gear, Snake is once again dispatched to hostile territory, this time a country called Zanzibar Land, to rescue a scientist and destroy a new Metal Gear that is being developed there. 

The game tightens up the stealth elements, introducing the staple of not only the MUCH needed radar but the evasion timer to let you know how long to stay in hiding before the enemy gives up looking for you.  The game also more fully utilizes Snake’s transistor radio, which you can use to contact various characters for hints and support.  In the original Metal Gear, the usefulness of the radio was dubious at best, and was all the more muddied by the twist that Big Boss was trying to sabotage your mission all along.  This time, when you contact someone for help, you are much more likely to GET A HELPFUL RESPONSE!  Even Master Miller has occasional good advice apart from his usual bullshit factoids about how much saliva a human being can swallow and the power of positive thinking in the battlefield (I’m glad Liquid killed him MGS). 

That being said, the radio is also effectively used as a storytelling device whenever there are long exchanges of dialogue between Snake and another character.  This might not come as a shock to anyone, but the story is quite good.  Metal Gear 2 is full of the kind of compelling, heightened reality espionage, shocking betrayals, weighty monologues on the brutal nature of warfare, and even humor that the series would be known for after.  It’s really quite astounding just how much this story is repeated, beat-for-beat, in Metal Gear Solid (which really puts the whole simulation twist of MGS 2 in a different perspective).  This is worth mentioning because that was an incredibly rare thing to say of the 8-bit generation of games, where story understandably wasn’t a high priority when developing games (mind you this was after the Atari age, when storytelling in gaming was practically NON-EXISTENT).  So it was still mindblowing at the time to come across games like Ninja Gaiden or Metal Gear 2, which ambitiously attempts to be cinematic despite the technical limitations imposed on them.

Speaking of which, the graphics in Metal Gear 2 are absolutely impressive.  Kojima pushed the capabilities of the MSX2 computer to its limits, so much so that I sometimes couldn’t tell if the game was actually 16-bit.  The environment is much more richly detailed than in Metal Gear, as are the character designs, from the sprites to the face profiles during the radio sequences.

If you’re a Metal Gear fan, and haven’t played Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake, you’re really doing yourself a disservice.  Go seek it out but again I stress DO NOT PLAY THE NES VERSION!  Find the MSX version in the HD collection or Metal Gear Solid 3:  Subsistence.    

But have you considered the idea that the reason Big Boss had Dave infiltrate Outer Heaven to destroy their Metal Gear and kill Venom Snake was because Venom turned against Big Boss’ idea of eternal war and instead wanted to combat The Patriots and fade away do the world could be at peace? Or that Venom recognized that Dave was the one who would fix Zero and Big Boss’ fuck ups and died at peace?

anonymous asked:

idk when u posted the thing about Boss being short, but in that pic Boss appears to be wearing heeled shoes as well. Boss is a manlet

BB is incredibly short and incredibly valid

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