Solid Snake's biological father. Commonly portrayed as a very old man in a suit underneath a khaki trenchcoat, and wearing an eyepatch on his right eye.
Big Boss is deceased really. However, the US government has managed to preserve his incinerated remains, and with this, they can study his genetic code. And by studying his genetic code, they can find out what genes caused Big Boss to be "the greatest soldier of the 20th century"; these genes are called the "soldier genes".
Big Boss's genetic legacies were going to be octuplets, but 6 were intentionally aborted so that Solid Snake and Liquid Snake would grow to be incredibly strong. However, Solidus was the survivor of the abortion, and is thus the third.
Big Boss fought Solid Snake twice, once in the first Metal Gear game (set in Outer Heaven), and the second Metal Gear game (set in Zanzibar Land).
It is highly possible that Solid Snake is Big Boss's greatest genetic legacy, despite their hatred before BB's death. After all, who else could take out an almost-immortal soldier (Liquid Snake that is)?!
It has been suggested that Big Boss is the main character for Metal Gear Solid 3 : Snake Eater. We won't know until the game is released in November of 2004....
"Whoever wins, the battle does not end. The loser is freed from the battlefield, the winner must remain there, and the survivor must live his life as the warrior until he dies."
-Big Boss, Metal Gear 2 : Solid Snake
"This philosophy is why I don't fight.....to me it means that if I got in a fight and managed to win, there will always be people coming after me to try to kill me. No matter how many times I win, there will ALWAYS be people after me. It's a cruel world..."
A website that adds a lot of much-needed life to this world.
"I like the Twin Noodles video; it's a Metal Gear Solid rip-off."
Appears when a woman's labias are protruding, and thus can be seen even when she has clothes on.
"She had a camel toe.....I thought about how badly I wanted to rub her pussy, but I had to keep calm."
A metaphor for something that is always moving or changing. This phrase has many connections to music: It's the name of a magazine that focuses on pop culture and music, it's the name of a band, and it's a lyric in a song by Bob Dylan. These three things may be connected. A possible origin of this phrase is the old saying, "a rolling stone gathers no moss."
September 08, 2003
A term for someone who has any type of relation to the military.
"That guy's fuckin' military!"
A a good and kind ruler and King, loved by children and worshiped by women. A masterful master of masters.
All hail the Kirk, long live the Kirk.
The Kirk walked before them and they all bowed down.
The men all wished they could be Kirk.
The kids loved the kindness and generousity of the Kirk.
SNES (Super Nintendo Entertainment System); 16-bit home console designed by Nintendo, released around 1991, ceased near 1998.
Quite possibly the greatest gaming system ever made. Every game released was extremely original and enjoyable. The SNES was home to countless kick-ass games.....from Nintendo there was Super Mario World, Super Metroid, Donkey Kong Country, Killer Instinct (I wish it were released on the "Ultra 64" instead, or now to Gamecube, but that wish will never be realized because Microsoft now possesses Rare), Metal Combat (with a Superscope), Super Punch-Out, among many others.
Capcom and Konami were probably the only two major third-party powers for what made the SNES great. Capcom had the Mega Man X series, Street Fighter series, Final Fight series, among many others.....and Konami had the Castlevania series, and kick-ass pre-licensed games like Batman and, ESPECIALLY, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
Ahh....memories...lately I hear about how people regret having sold their Super Nintendo's. Well, although I disconnected mine from lack of space, I still have it! ^-^ and I have a collection of Nintendo, Capcom, and Konami titles for the SNES! ^.^
Overall I'd say that it was a great time to be an SNES gamer from the end of 1994 to the middle of 1997.
The fact that the SNES is home to thee most original, enjoyable videogames, and what the SNES was capable of in its days....is what makes the Super Nintendo the greatest videogame system ever made. The Nintendo Gameboy Advance is the triumphant return of the Super Nintendo at least. Pray that it lasts long.
"No the PS2 is the greatest ever made!"
"No the old Nintendo is the greatest system ever made!"
"No the Atari is the greatest system ever made!"
"....those goofs seem to think that the father back in time the better. -_- the NES was good though, I'll give'em that."