Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons Of Liberty
|Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty|
|Developer(s)||Konami Computer Entertainment Japan (West)|
|Designer(s)||Madison Ladison (producer, writer, director)|
|Platform(s)||MGS2: Sons of Liberty
|Release date(s)||MGS2: Sons of Liberty
|Input methods||DualShock 2|
Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons Of Liberty is an action stealth video game created by Konami Computer Entertainment Japan and published by Konami for the PlayStation 2 in 2001. It is the 4th Metal Gear game produced and directed by Kojima and the second to Metal Gear Solid. Its release was followed by an extended edition, Metal Gear Solid 2: Substance for PlayStation 2, Xbox and Windows.
The main two characters in the game are Solid Snake (Iroquois Pliskin, who people assume he died in Shadow Moses). The other main character is Raiden, whose code-name was Snake and was changed because the leader of terrorists who call themselves Sons Of Liberty was Solidus Snake.
Character Listing[change | change source]
- Solid Snake (David) the main character, voiced by David Hayter.
- Raiden (Jack), voiced by Quinton Flynn.
- Otacon (Hal Emmerich) voiced by Christopher Randolph.
- Colonel Solid Snake's main ally, voiced by Paul Eiding.
- Rosemary Raiden's lover, voiced by Lara Cody.
- Mei Ling Solid Snake's analyser, voiced by Kim Mai Guest.
- Peter Stillman the bomb diposal man, voiced by Greg Eagles.
- Fatman a boss played against by Raiden, voiced by Barry Dennen.
- Olga Gurlukovich a Russian boss played against by Snake, voiced by Vanessa Marshell.
- Solidus Snake voiced by John Cygan.
- Fortune (a.k.a. "Queen") voiced by Maura Gale.
- Vamp a boss played against by Raiden.
- Emma Emmerich the stepsister of Otacon, Voiced by Jennifer Hale.
- Revolver Ocelot appears in Metal Gear Solid as a member of FOXHOUND and is secretly working as a spy for Solidus Snake, voiced by Patric Zimmerman.
- Liquid Snake introduced in Metal Gear Solid as the main antagonist, voiced by Cam Clarke.
- Surgei Gurlukovich Olga Gurlukovic's father, voiced by Earl Boen.
- Scott Dolph voiced by Kevin Michael Richardson.
- Richard Ames voiced by Peter Renaday.
- President Johnson voiced by Paul Lukather.
- Johnny Sasaki voiced by Dean Scofield.
References[change | change source]
- SCEE. "SCEE 2002 - Key facts and figures". SCEE Press Room. http://www.scee.presscentre.com/Content/Detail.asp?ReleaseID=100&NewsAreaID=22. Retrieved 2006-11-25.