Source: Kotaku

As you all probably know, two legendary game franchises that are both linked to MSX, Final Fantasy and Metal Gear are celebrating their 25th anniversary this year. Throughout the year we have already reported about this several times, e.g. about the great MSX themed Metal Gear 25th anniversary T-Shirt.

Showing its gratitude to these important game franchises, Sony Computer Entertainment decided to release several very special Playstation 3 shaped bento boxes that you have to see in order to believe it. Using mashed potatoes for faces, green onions for the hair and beard and green onions and quail eggs for eyes the result is about as Otaku as edible food art can get. Especially you like to take pictures of your food, sharing it on social media like Hideo Kojima.

Relevant link: Kotaku on Metal Gear bento boxes

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By WORP3

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20-12-2012, 00:04

Wow, who gonna eat something like that, it's like destroying a peace of art !

By snout

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20-12-2012, 00:14

Well, I don't think you want to know what it smells like in a few weeks... perhaps one can freeze it? ^_^

By NYYRIKKI

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20-12-2012, 08:58

Heh, Metal Gear collectors will have a new challenge on preserving the items. Smile

By Samor

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20-12-2012, 15:22

Well, Kojima snapped a few shots from someone picking on Raiden on his twitter. They're always picking on Raiden , even though MGS3 was subtitled Snake Eater.

By BlueCrystal

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21-12-2012, 19:19

NYYRIKKI wrote:

Heh, Metal Gear collectors will have a new challenge on preserving the items. Smile

I'd suggest freeze drying followed by vacuum packaging. Although the latter is not really needed, as long as it is properly sealed. The seal should have sufficient barrier properties. Santa