Konami has always produced games worthy of separate soundtracks. You will find some of the best video game music in long-running franchises like Metal Gear Solid and Castlevania .

However, these separate soundtracks don't always find their way to North American stores, which is why you may have to import the Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker soundtrack , which is scheduled to launch alongside the highly anticipated PSP game in Japan. Well, actually, you can get it one day early – March 17 – at the Japanese Konami Style store, for the somewhat steep cost of 2,940 yen, or about $30. If you're a true die-hard MGS fan, though, you'll want to buy the better version for 4,515 yen (nearly $50), which gives you the "Heaven's Divide" single on a separate disc. Now, this song is actually on the regular soundtrack disc but this special bonus also features "Koi no Yokushiryoku," which is Paz Ortega Andrade's theme. Personally, I'm not entirely sure how one extra tune is worth another twenty bucks but perhaps an extremely knowledgeable Metal Gear Solid fan can explain it to me. I'm also hoping gamers outside Japan will have the option of buying this guaranteed-awesome soundtrack; I never got the soundtrack for Castlevania: Symphony of the Night , which still annoys me to this day.

Anyway, Peace Walker could very well be the one game that absolutely every PSP owner wants next year. Just about anything MGS-related is kinda like that.

Related Game(s): Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker

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Sk8monkey
Sk8monkey
11 years ago

I guess I got lucky with mgs4 CE, it came with soundtrack and a bounus blu-Ray movie, though wish I could get this one.

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11 years ago

yea best limited edition i have ever bought, the packaging was utterly beautiful.
bought it for 150 bucks and sold it early this year for almost 400.
just goes to show anyone will pay anything on ebay.

Vivi_Gamer
Vivi_Gamer
11 years ago

Really? i thought the Special Edition was a huge let down. The soundtrack is easily forgetable. The documentary is very bland (Not nearly as imformative as the documentary released with MGS2) and in the UK you get a toy….. I don't know what to do with that, i just have mine on my shelf posing with one hand on his hip and another in the air as if hes shaking is hand with one finger up saying "Non,no,no" ;). No idea what to do with that. I wish i didnt pay double retail price for it. Huge disapointment.

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11 years ago

no the packaging was beautiful.
shine black plastic to match the PS3, silver lining inside to reflect the light, a snake figurine, artbook filled with concept art.
and i loved the making of documentary.
all limited editions should have this, i got a real kick out of watching it, getting a view of game developments like since thats what i want to do for a career.
the packaging for MGS4 LE is the best i have ever bought and it would want to be also at 180 bucks.

Vivi_Gamer
Vivi_Gamer
11 years ago

Artbook, what are you babbling about, the UK L.E didnt get an art book…. well me and my friend didnt get one in ours……?

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11 years ago

maybe different regions had different content.
most limited editions are crappy.
like the GTAIV one was some crap in a tin box, boring and ugly!
same for saints row initiation pack.
same for assassins creed.
infamous was a few DLC codes in a cardboard fold out sleeve.
same for uncharted 2 and R&C ACIT.
MGS4, and assassins creed 2 are the only limited editions i liked and would call beautiful, and there the only ones close to worth there money and there also the most expensive.

inkme101
inkme101
11 years ago

ya i got all that with my gunmetal gray limited edition ps3.

Banky A
Banky A
11 years ago

Bragging rights.

mustang750r
mustang750r
11 years ago

This comes out May 25 the day after I leave for Marine boot camp on Paris Island.

Sk8monkey
Sk8monkey
11 years ago

Mgs4 came out a month after I finished Navy boot camp lol.

to_far_apart
to_far_apart
11 years ago

i'll definitely be giving PEace Walker a bit of my time, it looks great. I mean generally everything Metal Gear is awesome like Ben mentioned.

Just about every Hideo Kojima production is just that, phenomenal.

Scarecrow
Scarecrow
11 years ago

Man, can't wait for this beauty…

Imagine if they decide to make a ps2 release of it!!!!!!! :O

Anyway might get this (don't know how yet, probably Playasia).

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11 years ago

sweet, finally a decent game on the PSP.
its about bloody time!
hopefully this is not like MGS4 though.
1 hour of movie, 20 minutes of gameplay, 1 hour of movie, 20 minutes of gameplay.
i dont know about you but i want to PLAY my games not WATCH them.

Jawknee
Jawknee
11 years ago

Final Fantasy VII Crisis Core, Dissidia and LittleBigPlanet are all "decent games".

There's been plenty of good games for the PSP.

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11 years ago

yea but 99.99% of PSP games are also available on the ps3 if not the same version something very similar.
like this year the only PSP games to release i wanted were little big planet which is also on the ps3, and assassins creed bloodlines which is very similar to AC2.
the PSP needs to get some love in the sence of some PSP exclusive games, just like the PS3 has.
i would kill for another GOW, syphon filter, ratchet and clank, resistance, GTA game.
or a first Devil may cry game on PSP, or a first resident evil game on PSP.
the PSP has plenty of games theres no denying that, but 99.99% of those are also available on the ps3.
the PSP is getting more love from third party developers than first party developers, thats kinda sad!
third party developers like EA are more interested in the PSP than the people who make it.
thats extremley sad!

Vivi_Gamer
Vivi_Gamer
11 years ago

That's my issue with the PSP, The console doesnt have any good titles for its own, only sequels/spin offs of good Playstation game series

Advent Child
Advent Child
11 years ago

You know Ben you can pick up the soundtrack for Symphony of Night on Amazon for like $32.