• Publisher: Konami
  • Release Date: Nov 17, 2004
  • Also On: 3DS
Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater Image
Metascore
91

Universal acclaim - based on 68 Critics

User Score
9.3

Universal acclaim- based on 700 Ratings

Summary: In the struggle to achieve world peace and world dominance, rivaling governments are secretly developing weapons technology that could threaten the future existence of life. Destined to be the first, a race ensues to become the ultimate nation. A special elite tactical soldier is summoned to penetrate deep in the heart of enemy territory and obtain intel about "Metal Gear," a prototype weapon with nuclear capabilities. This is your mission and you must infiltrate alone. Interactive environments where traps catch enemies and prey. Rely on camouflage, combat, hunting and instincts to survive. Set in the 1960s where politics and war are shaping real world history. Blockbuster musical score composed by Harry Gregson-Williams. [Konami]
Rating: M
Official Site: http://www.konami.jp/gs/game/mgs3/english/index.html
Developer: KCEJ
Genre(s): Action Adventure
Number of Players:1 Player
ESRB Descriptors:Animated Blood & Gore, Animated Blood and Gore, Blood and Gore, Intense Violence, Language, Sexual Themes, Suggestive Themes
Sound:Dolby Pro Logic II
Connectivity:Online
Customization:Downloadable Content
Cast Credit
Takeshi Endo Japanese Voice: The Fury
Richard Doyle Voice Actor: The Fury
Banjo Ginga Japanese Voice: Major Zero
Hideo Kojima Director
Norihiko Hibino Music
Shuichi Kobori Music
Rika Muranaka Music
Hisao Egawa Japanese Voice: The Pain
Motoyuki Yoshioka Executive Producer
Harry Gregson-Williams Music
Yoji Shinkawa Art Director
Yoji Shinkawa Art Director
Mathew Kaminsky Voice: Soldiers
Tomokazu Fukushima Writer
Kazunobu Uehara Program Director
So Toyota Motion Director
Yoshikazu Matsuhana Line Producer
Motosada Mori Military Advisor
Motosada Mori Military Advisor
Shinta Nojiri Scenery Director
Kozo Shioya Japanese Voice: Chairman Khrushchev
Naoki Imamura Japanese Voice: Johnny Sasaki
Heather Halley Voice Actor - Para-Medic
James Mathis Voice Actor - Signit
Suzetta Minet Voice Actor - EVA
Kazuki Muraoka Sound Director
Sotaro Tojima Sound Effects
Kyle Cooper Opening Title Design
Cynthia Harrel Music
David Thomas Voice Actor: Khrushchev
David Thomas Voice Actor: The Sorrow
Jesse Corti Voice Actor: Commander
Atkins Downes Voice: Soldiers
Shuyo Murata Writer
Nobuko Toda Music
Mineshi Kimura Visual Effects (CG Artist)
Yutaka Negishi Visual Effects (CG Artist)
Hideki Sasaki Visual Effects (CG Artist)
Akio Otsuka Japanese Voice: Naked Snake
Kenyu Horiuchi Japanese Voice: Raikov
Kazumi Tanaka Japanese Voice: The Fear
Naoki Tatsuta Japanese Voice: Sokolov
Charlie Schlatter Voice Actor: Raikov
Charlie Schlatter Voice: Soldiers
Richard McGonagle Voice Actor: President Johnson
Paul Collins Voice: CIA Director
Jim Piddock Voice Actor - Major Zero
Paul Eiding Voice Actor: Colonel Roy Campbell
Philip Tanzini Voice: Soldiers
Josh Keaton Voice Actor: Ocelot
Lori Alan Voice Actor: The Boss
Fred Tatasciore DOD Official
Chris Cox Voice: Soldiers
Neil Ross Voice Actor: Colonel Volgin
Michael Bell Voice Actor: The Fear
Scott Menville Voice: Soldiers
Gregg Berger Voice Actor: The Pain
Brian Cummings Voice Actor: Sokolov
Michael Gough Voice: Soldiers
Michael Gough Voice: Soldiers
Kenji Utsumi Japanese Voice: Volgin
Takaya Hashi Japanese Voice: President Johnson
Grant Albrecht Voice Actor: The End
Houko Kuwashima Japanese Voice: Para-Medic
Kikuko Inoue Japanese Voice: The Boss
Keiji Fujiwara Japanese Voice: Sigint
Osamu Saka Japanese Voice: The End
Keith Ferguson Voice: Soldiers
Jim Ward Voice Actor - Granin
Takumi Yamazaki Japanese Voice: Ocelot
Takeshi Aono Japenese Voice: Granin
Yukitoshi Hori Japanese Voice: The Sorrow
David Hayter Voice: Naked Snake
David Hayter Voice: Naked Snake
Misa Watanabe Japanese Voice: EVA
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