When you’re playing a Metal Gear game, you can’t help but remain glued to your screen right up until the credits roll- and beyond. This, of course, is a series that has been doing post-credits sequences since the very beginning, since before they were all the rage. Each game in the series has had post-credits scenes that have added more to that game’s story in different ways, often in very significant manner, and a lot of these scenes, which are, more often than not, conversations between two characters, end up being very memorable. Here, we’re going to take a look at each of Metal Gear’s post-credits conversations and rank them.
#10. METAL GEAR
This was back when the series was finding its feet, so it’s not surprising that in the many years since it came out, the original Metal Gear has been surpassed by essentially all of its successors. The game’s post-credits sequence was, as the game itself was, simple and to-the-point. Metal Gear ends with Solid Snake seemingly killing off Big Boss and leaving Outer Heaven, but after its credits have rolled, the game reveals that Big Boss is still alive, and has vowed revenge against Solid Snake.