Konami is allowing a whole new generation of gamers to get worked up over Metal Gear Solid 2’s infamous Raiden bait-and-switch this June, when the Metal Gear Solid HD Collection launches on PlayStation Vita.
The portable version of the compilation will include a remastered user interface and Transfarring functionality, allowing you to share your progress between February’s PS3 release.
However, unlike the console collection, the Vita title will not include an upgraded version of the PSP’s Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker. You’ll have to settle for touched-up versions of Metal Gear Solid 2 and Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater instead.
Just to recap, that’s two of the greatest games of all time stored in a portable-friendly format. Doesn’t sound like a bad deal when you put it like that, does it?