Metal Gear Solid: Integral

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Game name Metal Gear Solid: Integral
First released on
Thursday 24th of June 1999
1999-06-24
Genres Adventure, Shooter
Game modes Single player
Publisher(s) Microsoft, Konami Computer Entertainment Japan
Developer(s) Konami Computer Entertainment Japan
Platform(s) PS1, PC
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Metal Gear Solid: Integral Summary

Metal Gear Solid: Integral is an expanded version of the original Metal Gear Solid first released for the PlayStation in the NTSC-J region in 1999 and later released for Windows in other regions in 2000. It includes most of the changes and additions that were made in the NTSC-U/C version of the original Metal Gear Solid (e.g. adjustable difficulty settings, English voice acting, and Solid Snake's hidden tuxedo outfit), as well as new features and changes of its own, including a third disc consisting almost entirely of VR training missions dubbed the "VR Disc." The VR Disc was released by itself for the PlayStation in overseas territories as Metal Gear Solid: VR Missions in the NTSC-U/C region and as Metal Gear Solid: Special Missions in the PAL region.

Metal Gear Solid: Integral releases

  Region Release date Platform
Flag Japan Thursday 24th of June 1999 PlayStation
Flag North America Sunday 24th of September 2000 PC (Microsoft Windows)
Flag Europe Friday 20th of October 2000 PC (Microsoft Windows)

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