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Modder ‘Shigu’ has released a new mod for Metal Gear Solid 5 The Phantom Pain that lets gamers play as Raiden from Metal Gear Solid 4. Shigu has imported the 3D model of Raiden from the PS3 version of Metal Gear Solid 4, something that may please some Raiden fans. In short, this simply swaps Big Boss’ 3D model with the one for Raiden. Obviously, during the events of Metal Gear Solid V The Phantom Pain, Raiden wasn’t even born, which is why he wasn’t included at all in the game. Now since we’re talking about 3D swappers, we strongly suggest also using this that replaces Ocelot’s model with the one used in Metal Gear Solid 3. Just make sure to use the FOB version (that’s the one that replaces the vanilla playable FOB Ocelot), otherwise Big Boss will turn into the young Ocelot.
As another bonus, players can also turn Big Boss into Psycho Mantis with this. Modder ‘RLC’ imported the 3D model from the first Metal Gear Solid game, in all its square-ish and blocky glory.
- Month of Release
- Apr, 2014
- Product Size
- Total Height 210mm
- Plastic Model
- Katsuhiko Hori
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●”Exclusive Items” and “Reproduction” are for Japan only. Please note that not all items are available overseas.
●”Special Bonus Items” only come with products purchased directly from the Kotobukiya shops. In addition, special bonus items are offered only while supplies last.
A KOTOBUKIYA Japanese import! Coming to you directly from Metal Gear Solid 4 Guns of the Patriots comes Kotobukiya’s latest model kit from the series, METAL GEAR RAY! The first Metal Gear Solid game was released on PlayStation in 1998 and featured stealth action as directed by Hideo Kojima. A massive commercial success, “MGS” has gone on to include sequels and stories told through several other media. Some of the coolest things about the series are the Metal Gears themselves, walking tanks equipped with heavy weaponry. Designed by Yoji Shinkawa, RAY is unique in that it has no nuclear armaments and is instead designed to combat other Gears (especially the variety of REX knockoffs created after Shadow Moses). The new model kit, produced under the supervision of Shinkawa himself, perfectly captures the mecha’s iconic appearance with its somewhat humanoid bipedal shape for enhanced maneuverability and hunting prowess. Designed for combat on land and at sea the RAY hides missile launchers, Gatling guns, and its signature water jet cutter under its sleek form, which you can assemble with the kit’s 700 individual pieces. The completed kit features multiple points of articulation for posing options and is compatible with Kotobukiya’s Flying Base Neo and other modeling support goods bases (sold separately). Standing nearly 8 ½ inches tall (1/100 scale), the Gear was sculpted by Katsuhiko Hori and even comes with mini figure characters like Solid Snake! Your other Gears had better watch out, because RAY is the perfect addition to your Metal Gear Solid collection.