Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker Has No Shortage Of Advertising

By Spencer . May 6, 2010 . 5:26pm

imageKonami knows Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker will be one of their biggest titles this year. If Japan wasn’t aware of that they are now.

 

Konami bought a massive ad campaign that plastered Shinjuku and Shibuya’s train stations with Peace Walker posters and monitors. That’s a scene from Shinjuku’s south entrance on the right.

 

This is Shibuya, by the Hachiko entrance.

 

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Visit the Kojima Productions blog for more pictures and the lyrics to Heaven’s Divide.

 

On top of commuter commotion, there’s this TV ad.

 

 

So, one boy is trying to tell the girl he likes her. The other boy sneaking around in the box interrupts and says, “please, enter my cardboard box.” The girl looks back and says, “cardboard box?” But, the box boy really wants the boy to play Peace Walker with him. Unlike other Metal Gear Solid games, Peace Walker is designed for teens with a CERO B rating in Japan and a T from the ESRB in North America.


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