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Konami Announces Metal Gear Solid, Silent Hill, Dance Dance Revolution and Frogger for iPhone

 

Longtime gaming industry mainstay Konami announced on Wednesday that it would be bringing four major titles to Apple's iPhone platform in the form of Metal Gear Solid, Silent Hill, Dance Dance Revolution, and Frogger.

Though few details are known at this point, the company seems to be indicating towards release dates ranging "from late December" to a spring 2009 release date.

The company offered the following basic game descriptions, as mentioned on Joystiq:

  • Dance Dance Revolution S Lite: "A music game where you tap the arrow icons that appear at the bottom of the screen in time with music."
  • Silent Hill: The Escape: "A first-person 3D shooting game that lets players utilize the control features only found on the iPhone and iPod touch ..."
  • Frogger: "A simple game" which probably doesn't require any further explanation.
  • Metal Gear Solid Touch: "An original game that brings to life the world and characters" of MGS4. Eight "touch shooting" levels will be available in the initial release, with more to follow.
Metal Gear Solid Touch is currently slated for a Spring 2009 release. All the games are coming to North America, Japan and Europe, with the exception of Dance Dance Revolution, which may not see a European release for the iPhone.

 

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Spider said:

Silent Hill FTW.

Too sweet.

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