Metal Gear 3D’s Photo Camouflage System


Game designer Hideo Kojima has been tweeting about the new features of Konami’s upcoming game Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater 3D. He was showing off the ‘Photo Camouflage’ feature, which allows players to create a new camouflage design for Snake by taking a picture of a real object with your 3DS. Kojima displayed the system in action by taking a picture of his electronics shopping bag and used it to create a new (and very fancy indeed) camouflage for Snake. The pictures he took also show some of the lower touch-screen controls.

Kojima tweeted other pictures, showing various different objects he used to create new camouflages, such as a Tower Records shopping bag and his own Kojima Productions business card.

Although most of these new designs have created some of the most useless camouflages in history, it is an interesting and exciting new feature that I will definitely be playing around with once the game is available for a test-drive!

Having been drip-fed little nuggets of news about new system features (such as gyro controls) and vibrant screen shots via Kojima’s twitter, it was a real shame to hear that Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater 3D had been delayed for both EU and US release until next year. However, recently Kojima has been teasing his Twitter followers with a lot more information about his upcoming Metal Gear titles, which hopefully will keep us going until we are given an official release date for the 3D edition. Come on Kojima, we can’t wait much longer!

Are you looking forward to the release of Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater 3D? Let us know in the comments section down below.

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One Response to “Metal Gear 3D’s Photo Camouflage System”
  1. Interesting indeed! 🙂 With regards to the release date, at least it will fill the early Year game void.

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