9 user 6 critic

Metal Gear Solid: The Twin Snakes (2004)

A retired Mercenary is called upon by the U.S. government to handle a hostile takeover of an Alaskan military base by his former special forces group. A remake of the classic Metal Gear Solid.




(story), | 1 more credit »


Add Image Add an image

Do you have any images for this title?



Cast overview, first billed only:
Solid Snake (voice)
Debi Mae West ...
Naomi Hunter (voice)
Hal Emmerich (voice)
Roy Campbell (voice)
Kim Mai Guest ...
Mei Ling (voice)
Ninja (voice)
Renee Raudman ...
Nastasha Romanenko (voice) (as Renée Raudman)
Patric Zimmerman ...
Revolver Ocelot (voice)
Vulcan Raven (voice)
Psycho Mantis (voice)
Sniper Wolf / Computer (voice)
Donald Anderson (voice)
Allan Lurie ...
Kenneth Baker (voice)


A retired Mercenary is called upon by the U.S. government to handle a hostile takeover of an Alaskan military base by his former special forces group. A remake of the classic Metal Gear Solid.

Plot Summary | Add Synopsis


Now the Glory Continues See more »


M | See all certifications »

Parents Guide:






Release Date:

9 March 2004 (USA)  »

Company Credits

Show detailed on  »

Technical Specs

Sound Mix:


See  »

Did You Know?


At the time of the original game's release, it was not expected to get good reviews. For this reason most of the voice actors are credited under stage names. However the game was very successful and when all of those actors returned for this project, they used their real names. (Or most commonly known names) With the exception of Rob Paulsen who was not in the original game, the cast of main characters are voiced by the same actors. For the character of the Cyborg ninja, Rob was brought in as opposed to the previous game where the character was voiced by Greg Eagles who also provided the voice of the DARPA Chief. See more »


Naomi says her grandfather was in the FBI, but later, when Master Miller mentions him, he says "her grandfather" and "her father". (this error was also present in the original Metal Gear Solid.) See more »


Ninja: Snake, we're not tools of the government or anyone else. Fighting was the only thing... the ONLY thing I was ever good at... but at least I always fought for what I believed in
See more »

Crazy Credits

After the credits, there is a short bit of dialogue from Naomi, played over scenes of Alaska. See more »


References Nowhere to Hide (1999) See more »


Written & Produced by Rika Muranaka
See more »

Frequently Asked Questions

See more (Spoiler Alert!) »

User Reviews

Not the perfect remake but very well done
6 January 2005 | by See all my reviews

I feel Silicon Knights really did a great job with remaking MGS. With Konami's help, they took the story and characters from MGS and added updated gameplay taken from MGS: Sons of Liberty, a new and epic soundtrack and a great graphical presentation. Also, with the help of Ryuhei Kitamura (one of Japan's most gifted directors) they've created some of the most impressive real-time cinematics in a video game ever. The most impressive involving a certain Cyborg Ninja.

The graphics are more on par with MGS2 and in some places even better. Some textures look a lot better while some look rather plain. As for character models, they all look great except for one or two, but even then they are still very decent. The voice actors who did the original are all back (and even a new one) and of excellent quality like every other MGS game. Although they changed some of the characters accents and changed one characters original va they did just as great a job as in the original. Liquid Snake sounds even better this time around. Anyways, if you like Action/Stealth games then this is exactly what you want. The original MGS single handedly created the Stealth genre and after playing The Twin Snakes, it's easy to see why they remade such a great game. With one of the best and most intriguing stories and some of the most memorable characters in a video game ever, it's very easy to recommend this game.


4 of 5 people found this review helpful.  Was this review helpful to you?

Contribute to This Page

Here We Go: Welcome to "The IMDb Show"

Kevin Smith weighs in on Justice League and the future of DC and Marvel, and answers fan questions. Plus, we battle with fans over who played the greatest Batman of all time.

Here we go