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So the Metal Gear Collection 2014 is… a clothing line?

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Clothes in a wardrobe box for easy moving

Last week we told you that Hideo Kojima, the guy who brought us the Metal Gear series, was teasing some sort of Metal Gear 2014 Collection. I jokingly speculated that we could be seeing some sort of new clothing line. Well, you may as well start calling me Martha Pachter. Turns out I was right!

The teaser last week went something like this…

Now, any normal gamer would think that the collection meant some sort of reboot of older games, or perhaps the newer ones with a new coat of paint like all the remastered games we have been getting – all in one nice neat bundle. Well, either we are all idiots for assuming that, or Kojima is the biggest troll ever. Check out these snaps (via Hardcore Gamer).


again... WTF

Well trolled Kojima… well trolled. There will be a variety of clothing available – jackets, shirts, shoes, and so on, for both men and women. Perhaps that camo inspired gear will help you hide your disappointment.

Oh well, at least we have Metal Gear Solid V to look forward to. To help you move on from this disappointment, I’ve attached the Snake in a Box Gamescom trailer. Unfortunately, it too is filled with all manners of trolling, probably thanks to the master himself.

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Last Updated: September 18, 2014


  1. Well they can’t say Quiet’s costume is too much work to make.


    • Hammersteyn

      September 19, 2014 at 07:42

      Victoria Secret phoned, they want to create a clothing line for women to support the troops in where the hell ever democracy is needed next


  2. Anarky

    September 18, 2014 at 23:58



  3. Francois Knoetze

    September 19, 2014 at 09:35

    oh dammit!! i was hoping for a full collection on ps4. since my ps3 crashed I can’t play mgs 4 anymore 🙁


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