Did they really take out the dream sequence?! (Spoilers?)

#1 Edited by SethPhotopoulos (5266 posts) -

So I haven't played the "sub" versions of MGS2 or 3. However I do remember in the original Snake Eater that if you saved while you were in prison quit and then reloaded you were were thrown into a dream sequence where you were killing vampires. After the dream was over Snake would wake up. If you called Paramedic she'd make fun of you for being scared of Dracula and if you called Sigint he would tell you about his dream where everyone was being attacked by a shit tank and turning into shit.

Here it is if you have no idea what I'm talking about.

WHY WAS THIS NOT INCLUDED!? Was it not in the Subsistence version of the game or did they decide not to carry it over into the HD version? What happened?

#2 Posted by Ramone (2967 posts) -

I did not know that was in the original game, I feel ashamed.

#3 Posted by Demoskinos (14839 posts) -

Yeah there were a few little things like that that they took out of the game. I think there were a few minor things altered in MGS2 as well not sure.

#4 Posted by SethPhotopoulos (5266 posts) -

@Demoskinos said:

Yeah there were a few little things like that that they took out of the game. I think there were a few minor things altered in MGS2 as well not sure.

I remember in MGS2 if that one dude pissed on your head the Colonel and Rose would laugh at you but I didn't find it in the HD collection.

#5 Posted by Jack268 (3387 posts) -
@SethPhotopoulos said:

@Demoskinos said:

Yeah there were a few little things like that that they took out of the game. I think there were a few minor things altered in MGS2 as well not sure.

I remember in MGS2 if that one dude pissed on your head the Colonel and Rose would laugh at you but I didn't find it in the HD collection.

That's still there. They took out the skateboarding demo however, probably because the game it was demoing came out like 10 years ago.
#6 Posted by M_Shini (551 posts) -

Technical or legal issue? Idk why they would since it was totally a cool and funny moment and taking it out makes the experience less cool.

#7 Posted by SethPhotopoulos (5266 posts) -

@Jack268 said:

@SethPhotopoulos said:

@Demoskinos said:

Yeah there were a few little things like that that they took out of the game. I think there were a few minor things altered in MGS2 as well not sure.

I remember in MGS2 if that one dude pissed on your head the Colonel and Rose would laugh at you but I didn't find it in the HD collection.

That's still there. They took out the skateboarding demo however, probably because the game it was demoing came out like 10 years ago.

The conversation wouldn't activate for me for some reason.

#8 Posted by SpaceRunaway (866 posts) -

It's in Subsistence for sure.

#9 Posted by PillClinton (3291 posts) -

INTOLERABLE SACRILEGE.

#10 Posted by Jack268 (3387 posts) -
@SethPhotopoulos: You need to call the colonel yourself, he doesn't call you.
#11 Posted by SethPhotopoulos (5266 posts) -

@Jack268 said:

@SethPhotopoulos: You need to call the colonel yourself, he doesn't call you.

Yeah. All he did was tell me I should go. Maybe I timed it wrong or something.

#12 Posted by Beforet (2922 posts) -

:( That dream sequence was so cool. Hell it could have been a decent game by itself. In fact, wasn't it a demo for an aborted action game? If that is the case, my guess would be that it was legal issues.

#13 Posted by SethPhotopoulos (5266 posts) -

@Beforet said:

:( That dream sequence was so cool. Hell it could have been a decent game by itself. In fact, wasn't it a demo for an aborted action game? If that is the case, my guess would be that it was legal issues.

I don't know. It was supposed to be a Konami game and Konami published the HD collection. I'm no lawyer though.

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