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Put Solid Snake through the paces in the Force 21 Virtual Reality Training Bay aboard the Discovery, Ohio Class Submarine. Go through intense training to polish up stealth and tactics while reacquainting yourself with all the weapons than Snake may discover on his mission. Get prepared to neutralize the terrorist organization that has taken over a nuclear weapons disposal facility on Shadow Moses Island in Alaska’s Fox Archipelago.
This demonstration disc is provided free of charge and it may be received in conjunction with the purchase of other Konami products. Purchase of other Konami products is not required to receive this disc. Limit one disc per customer.
- There are no known variants.
- There are no known misprints.
This contains a demo for the retail version of Metal Gear Solid: VR Missions. Which means it’s a training disc about a training mission retail disc.
- There are no screenshots for this game yet.
- There are currently no videos for this game.
- The game was part of an EB Games promotion with Konami. Customers could get the demo outright for free, or as a gift for purchasing other Konami products. This was during the game’s pre-order window in September 1999.
- On the back of the sleeve the full game is referred to as “VR Mission”. This is either a plural typo or Konami USA originally considered the game itself as the ‘mission’. Of course, it’s plural on the case front so who knows.
- A confusing part of the back copy is actually referring to the original Metal Gear Solid, not the VR Missions disc.
- Japan got a snazzy all-in-one package known as Metal Gear Solid Integral. It was a re-release of the American version of MGS and the VR Missions disc in one package with one interesting twist. The included VR Missions disc wasn’t a stand alone game. Like the Grand Theft Auto: London expansion, it required assets be loaded from the original game’s discs before it could be fully played. The European and American versions of VR Missions do not require the first game’s discs.