Where is Snake Eater set?

Where is Snake Eater set?

Set in the Cold War-era Soviet Union, the story centers on FOX operative Naked Snake as he attempts to rescue a weapons designer and sabotage an experimental super-weapon known as the Shagohod. While previous games were set in a primarily urban environment, Metal Gear Solid 3 adopts a 1960s Soviet jungle setting.

Does Russia have jungle?

The Southern Siberian rainforest is an area of temperate rainforest in South Central Siberia that occurs primarily along the Altai and Sayan mountain ranges in Khakassia and Tuva as well as a small area in the Khamar-Daban Mountains near Lake Baikal in Buryatia.

What is the setting of Metal Gear Solid?

Kojima: The hero of the game is a mercenary named Solid Snake, who also appeared in the original Metal Gear and its sequel Metal Gear 2. The setting is a nuclear weapons storage facility owned by the U.S. military located in Alaska that has been hijacked by special forces group called FOX HOUND.

Is Metal Gear Solid in the Smithsonian Museum?

Metal Gear Solid along with Metal Gear Solid 2 was featured in the Smithsonian American Art Museum’s “The Art of Video Games” exhibition from March 16 to September 30, 2012. “Shadow Moses”, a song by Bring Me the Horizon on their Sempiternal album, is a reference of the location of the same name.

Is there a radio drama version of Metal Gear Solid?

A Japanese radio drama version of Metal Gear Solid was produced shortly after the release of the original PlayStation game. Directed by Shuyo Murata and written by Motosada Mori, it aired, in 18 segments, from 1998 to 1999 on Konami’s CLUB db program. The series was later released on CD as a two volume set.

How do you unlock secret theater in Solid 3?

Secret Theater is an unlockable feature that showcases humorous alternate endings to certain cutscenes. It was originally shown on the official Metal Gear Solid 3 website, and is available in full on Persistence, the second disc of Metal Gear Solid 3: Subsistence, upon completing the main game on Disc 1.