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  • 1 year ago
    Have fun with those tacos, DEAR BROTHER! HAHAHAHHA
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  • 6 years ago
    An inferior character to Big Boss in every way.
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    • Pudding
      Pudding
      Editing … Agreed, but I still love me some Solid Snake. :D
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    • Aramonde
      Aramonde
      Editing … Yet he accomplished more than Big Boss did.
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    • Pudding
      Pudding
      Editing … Not by a long shot, Ara. :D
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    • Aramonde
      Aramonde
      Editing … From what i know of all the MSG games i've played he did (I've played all the main console ones. I haven't played the PSP games though.
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    • Gries He
      Gries He
      Editing … They're basically the same character to me.
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    • Gynotype
      Gynotype
      Editing … Deleted by herself
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    • Pudding
      Pudding
      Editing … Ara, even in the home console entries you got glimpses of how, pardon the pun, big Big Boss truly is/was. He became a legend in Snake Eater alone and his presence is (to various extent) constantly felt throughout MGS1/2/4, but it's often hidden inbetween the lines. Peace Walker just made his epicness clearer. Phantom Pain will further expand on the greatness that is Big Boss. Although, I still say that The Boss is the greatest MGS character (and one of the best ever, period).
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  • 6 years ago
    http://bit.ly/1qqcssw

    Solid Snake doing frontflips in the fetal position, because reasons.
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  • Wrl6199 wrote his opinion about Solid Snake
    6 years ago
    "SNAKE!? SNAKE!!!" Triple exclamation marks, you say!? An interrobang, you say!? Nothing that Snake doesn't deserve: this sneakiest, most serious, most ludicrous of special agents, complete with natty headband, 'tache and snaking suit, definitely warrants shouting, screaming, and an overabundance of punctuation.

    Beginning as an action pastiche, he swiftly evolved into his very own character, as we've watched him grow from rookie spy to aged, but still lithe, espionage-loving old timer, complete with eye patch and greying hair and everything - superbly voiced by gravel-tongued voice-actor and X-Men screenwriter, David Hayter.

    Special attention should be given to Snake for one thing he does above all others: his ability to swiftly whip out a cardboard box, hide in it, and remain unnoticed despite the fact that he's wiggling slowly across a room. (click here for evidence) Forget sniping, backflipping, or crawling through air ducts... waddling across a room inside a box, now that's what
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