Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker Shirts Boxed For North America

By Spencer . May 11, 2010 . 6:24pm


Konami’s partnership with t-shirt retailer Uniqlo goes beyond Japan. The publisher announced the entire line of Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker fashion will be available at all US Uniqlo locations or in other words SoHo.


Each shirt comes with a code to unlock a t-shirt for Snake in the game. The collection arrives on June 11. Stop by the flagship store in New York City between 12:00 to 2:00 PM to meet Hideo Kojima and get a shirt, game, or whatever other Metal Gear Solid merchandise you have signed.

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  • Wait, why they dont just add the shirts for those who pre order the game!? *doesn’t live in the us =(*….Yes im conscious this is asking for too much

    • Yes, it is sad isn’t it :(
      I want that shirt!

  • RupanIII

    You can see bigger pictures here – I like the one with the guys wearing cardboard boxes. My friend and I missed Kojima-san when he came to NY for the MGS4 launch so this is very cool he’s coming again :D

  • Aoshi00

    I just started playing this last night and on the bus today, I was a pretty big fan of the first 4 games, but so far I’m not liking Peacewalker that much, is the PSP really the best platform for a new main MGS game? I’m using the “shooting control scheme” and to move the camera w/ the face buttons is really hard to get used to.. also is this really a 40/40 (I know Famitsu score is irrelevant). Everyone was saying how good this is so I imported it, maybe I haven’t played enough.. Also I really don’t like Ashely Wood’s comic strip sequences too much, maybe I was so used to amazing cutscenes from the previous games.. (I haven’t played Acid and such, only watched the Bande dessinée DVD). Also to have the Eng. dialogue in the word balloon and Jpn caption at the bottom is quite jarring for me, I can’t decide where to look :(… (I want to read along when listening to the dialogue, but the South American/Spanish terms make no sense in Jpn)

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