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Early concepts for Raiden originally depicted him with dark hair, whereas Rose would have been depicted as a blonde, although the hair colors were switched around by the final version. The script included in The Document of Metal Gear Solid 2 indicated that Raiden's hair color was changed prior to the script's finalization,  while Rose retained the original blonde hair by the time the script was finalized. In addition, "Raiden" was initially supposed to be his real name, with his full name being "Raiden Brannigan," during development.
According to Shinkawa in the featurette The Making of Metal Gear Solid 2 , the primary reason why Raiden is designed as a bishonen a "pretty boy" is because a fan letter stated that the addresser in question did not want to "play a story with an old man.
The twist that Raiden was not Snake was admitted by Kojima to have been inspired by the plot twist of Terminator 2: Judgment Day where the titular character played by Arnold Schwarzenegger was not a villain in that movie.
Raiden holding the high-frequency blade. The sword is longer and more curved than its appearance in the final version. If the player failed to do so, he will mention that underwater operations wasn't covered in VR training. In the original gameplan of Metal Gear Solid 2 , Raiden was to have had false memories of his father, in which he was apparently killed in a hunting accident. Raiden's "father" would also have resembled Solidus. In the novelization, Fortune's reference to Raiden's time as a child soldier in Liberia was further emphasized, where Raiden thought to himself "Fires of hell.
How could she know about that? Raiden's naked CG character model used during the initial infiltration of Arsenal Gear actually possesses no genitalia. It can be assumed that the developers chose not to model the character in such detail given that the player would not notice this feature under normal circumstances.
As such, the model is not intended to fully represent Raiden's physical characteristics, as supported by lines of dialogue from various soldiers, in regards to the presence and size of his genitalia. The Metal Gear series had frequently referenced works of Bowie.
Originally, it was planned that Raiden's privates would have been exposed during combat against soldiers on Arsenal Gear after escaping the Torture Chamber, but before meeting Solid Snake, depending on how the player did. It would have resulted in an instant game over. However, this concept ended up being cut in the final version. It's interesting to note that whilst playing as this character, Raiden shares the same face as Frank Jaeger in Metal Gear Solid: Also when the player equips the night vision goggles or thermal goggles , the visor is shut taking on the full appearance.
Whilst playing as this character, Raiden's actions are limited. In one of the Alternative Missions, Raiden's dead body must be examined in order to identify and photograph his killer from a selection of characters in the torture facility of Arsenal Gear.
The deceased Raiden is clutching his groin, indicating that the killer is President Johnson, referencing the latter's actions in the main Sons of Liberty storyline. Although Raiden himself is not actually playable in Metal Gear Solid 2: Substance 's Snake Tales stories, he is briefly alluded to indirectly in one of the stories, External Gazer.
After locating Solidus within the gap between parallel universes and learning of Solidus's plan to ensure that he and his alternate selves survive their fated defeats via interfering with the Koppelthorn Engine , he uses his abilities via the Koppelthorne Engine to seal Solid Snake into the body of a "young, blond man" and experience various surreal realities alluding to Raiden as well as acting as a subtle nod towards Raiden replacing Snake as the main protagonist in the main story.
The negative reception towards Raiden and Rose was also alluded to regarding Raiden and Rose's VR avatars in the same storyline, in the scene where Solidus is forced to summon their avatars, where it was stated their misdeeds earned them "the combined hate of the entire universe" as well as the ability to "destroy a world" simply by there mere presence, and thus they were infamous in countless universes.
Metal Gear Solid 3 makes use of Raiden's character as well as his appearance. Selecting the option "I like MGS2! The mask was created primarily as an excuse to allow people who liked Raiden in Metal Gear Solid 2 to technically play as him, owing to his popularity in Japan.
Additionally, the oxygen mask that Snake wears during the HALO jump bears an intentional resemblance to the diving mask that Raiden wears in the opening of Metal Gear Solid 2. Likewise, the reasons for his creation, as well as the fan controversy that ensued, were also given subtle references in the game via two radio conversations, both involving the character Major Zero.
The first conversation, gained when calling Zero while wearing the mask during the Virtuous Mission, will have Zero comment that he, "for some reason, doesn't like it," in response to Naked Snake's reason that wearing the mask seemed "nostalgic.
Later in the game, Major Raikov , who bears an intentional resemblance to Raiden must be neutralized and his uniform stolen in order to infiltrate the west wing of Groznyj Grad. Raiden himself makes a cameo appearance as a poster in the locker that Naked Snake places Raikov inside upon stripping him of his uniform, as a subtle reference to their similar physical appearances. Some of Raikov's interrogation quotes are also direct references to things Raiden said at various points in Metal Gear Solid 2.
The trailer depicts them fighting over who will be the main character of Metal Gear Solid 4. Snake wins the fight easily due to Raiden having terrible CQC skills, sitting in the "Main Character" chair, signalling a chime.
But just as Snake leaves and before the credits roll, Raiden is seen eyeing up the chair, and as the screen fades to black, the same chime is heard. However, Raiden is not a playable character in Metal Gear Solid 4. Raiden has a major role in one of the Secret Theater shorts made by Kojima Productions for their website, and included in Metal Gear Solid 3: Entitled Metal Gear Raiden: One of his failures also had him encountering Colonel Volgin in the prison, referring to his similar appearance to Raikov.
After deciding not to kill Naked Snake, he went back to the events of the Zanzibar Land Disturbance complete with MSX2 graphics to kill Solid Snake himself, ending in similar failure, where, ironically, he is stopped by his original target, Big Boss. In the ending, he accepts that he can't change the past, although he does hope to get a starring role in another Metal Gear game which he does. Besides Metal Gear Raiden and the Director's trailer, he also has a brief cameo near the end of the film Payback , where he ends up being run over by the Shagohod.
According to Kojima, he and the other Metal Gear staff personally liked Raiden, but they effectively made him the "clown" of the Secret Theater films largely because they realize most of the fans outside Japan did not like him. Raiden does not appear in the main story, but he is briefly referenced by his real name, Jack, in the special ending after the player managed to complete 40 VR missions, where he was being trained with various VR missions relating to Solid Snake 's exploits in the Galuade Incident , presumably to make Raiden more powerful than Snake was during Galuade 's fall.
Because Ghost Babel was developed and released prior to Metal Gear Solid 2 , this technically was Raiden's first appearance in the series. After completing Metal Gear Solid Mobile , revealed to be a VR mission, Solid Snake is declared a failed test subject and has his memories erased, and a pair of mysterious voices discuss a second test subject, "Jack", wondering if he can do better. After completing all the Special Mission stages in the previously released Metal Gear: Ghost Babel , a mysterious person named No.
In the game, Raiden appears as he does in Metal Gear Solid 2 , although his appearance was also directly based on his appearance in Metal Gear Raiden: His use of a sword is also referenced by Roy Campbell upon Raiden's recruitment, stating that a new soldier joined who wields a katana. However, on the downside, he possesses less stamina and health points which makes him vulnerable when he is surrounded by enemies. Overall, he possesses similar stats to Old Snake and Naked Snake.
Raiden was confirmed to make a reappearance in Metal Gear Solid 4 during its development. In an interview with 1UP, called Saving Private Raiden, Kojima elaborated that he's not a playable character, and also stated that it was the actual Raiden and not someone who looks like Raiden. In addition, he also assured them that when the player play the game, they'll like Raiden a lot more than in Metal Gear Solid 2. Raiden's never-used sidearm in Metal Gear Solid 4 is the classic Mk Whether his possessing the information had anything to do with his cerebral network of nanomachines acting as a backup system for GW or not was never explained.
The figure's sihlouette and the figure brandishing a sword implied that the figure was Raiden. Similarly, some concept artworks for Raiden himself also had him wearing an outfit superficially resembling his Skull Suit with a facemask covering all but his upper face, as well as his carrying a then-infantile Sunny. There were also concept artworks showing him carrying a vat, presumably containing white blood, as well as concept art of his arm exploding and his mangled body as a result of being crushed by Arsenal Gear, and an alternate take on his saving Snake from the Haven Troopers in Act 5 where he was shown lots of cybernetic guts coming out and an exposed human spine instead of simply wearing the duster in the final version.
Raiden the White-blooded Scout, could fall from any height without damage and jump on ledges that would normally require a boost, and had no nanomachines. He handled a High Frequency Blade, operable in lethal and non-lethal mode, which allowed him to deflect frontal attacks. His other unique weapons are the Mk. When his Visor was closed, he could see all traps in the map. Instead of the usual CQC three-hit combo, he instead started a spin kick which continued as long as the user kept tapping R1.
When pressing the jump back button, Raiden did backwards handstands instead of jumping backwards Raiden could get shot during these back handstands. He was also equipped with CQC 2 and a throat-slitting ability, along with a running ability higher than Runner 3. The only downside was that, as he did not possess nanomachines at all, he was incapable of performing an SOP link. If tranquilized, he'd sometimes say "Rose This could be seen after taking a large fall.
He did a similar pose in Metal Gear Solid 4 itself during Act 2, shortly after defeating several Gekko. Revengeance is the second game in which Raiden is the primary player character, although this time the player takes control of Raiden in his Cyborg Ninja appearance. The story for the game, when it was titled Metal Gear Solid: Rising , was originally going to cover the events that occur between Metal Gear Solid 2 and Metal Gear Solid 4 , and would have focused on how Raiden became the character he is during the Guns of the Patriots Incident.
However, at some point, the story was shifted to taking place years after the events of Metal Gear Solid 4. The decision to move the time period was met with a large degree of controversy, as several fans felt that it cheapened the ending of Metal Gear Solid 4 , in particular Raiden's final scene. A podcast, however, addressed this issue and stated that the game would explain why Raiden is back on the battlefield despite the implications of Metal Gear Solid 4 's ending.
Raiden's Japanese voice actor during this game was originally planned to be Toshiyuki Morikawa instead of his regular voice actor, Kenyu Horiuchi.
However, they eventually got the latter to reprise his role when Metal Gear Solid: Rising was revamped into Metal Gear Rising: Similarly, Quinton Flynn , around the same time, mentioned that he wasn't approached to reprise his role in Metal Gear Solid: Rising ,  implying that Raiden would have a different voice actor in the English version as well, although Flynn ultimately did reprise the role when the game was revamped into Metal Gear Rising: Raiden's original render, alongside the updated version, demonstrating his appearance in Metal Gear Rising.
The game employs a more action-based style of gameplay based around a concept called "zan-datsu" "cut and take" , although stealth elements of the previous games are still present. The gameplay strives to allow the player to replicate the same kind of feats that Raiden performed in Metal Gear Solid 4. The original render of Raiden from the game's reveal at E3 showed him with a brown eye and a pale complexion.
The eye color was rectified in a promotional render released several months later via the online game Metal Gear Solid: Revengeance that it was explicitly stated that Liberia was his birthplace.
In the artwork for Rising and Revengeance , Raiden had a navy-blue bandage over his left eye as a makeshift eyepatch. A teaser image of a medical report on the Revengeance site implies that he got retinal damage from injuries that resulted in several lacerations and the amputation of a redacted body part. Another letter regarding the retrieval of Raiden's arm further implies that the amputated body part was in fact his left arm.
The "Arm" trailer  also implies that he received an optical implant. Likewise, the "Eye" trailer  mentioned that the damage to Raiden's left eye was irreparable due to the optical nerve being completely destroyed, resulting in it having to be removed.
Although the footage never appeared in-game, the event itself was referenced in a Codec call to Doktor, regarding the content of 3D holo drives contained inside the left arms of cyborgs. In a leaked casting call for Metal Gear Rising , they requested for at least four live actors to portray characters for a trailer.
Raiden, as well as his younger self identified as Jack in the casting call. With Jack, they requested for the actor to be within the year range, have blond wavy hair and blue eyes, being athletic, have no scars on the arms, possess dramatic acting, and if possible possess a slight Greek or Italian accent. The Metal Gear Solid Facebook page later confirmed that those scenes in the trailers were meant to show Raiden's training under Solidus. Kojima revealed when unveiling the screenshots of the then-in-development demo for Rising that the arm he sent to various groups belonged to "white raiden", and that Raiden's cyborg form seen on the promotional spots and main menu was "black raiden.
In these games, Yoshimitsu is able to crouch on his sword, and like Raiden, he is a cybernetic ninja due to having a mechanical arm that rapidly rotates for his Dragonfly Stance. On the week of June 12, during Kojima's Metal Gear Rising demonstration in Mexico, Raiden's CGI model for the demo's menu was slightly modified to include a sombrero and cloak as a hint as to what exclusives the Latin American version will have. The first time is seen briefly where he is driving a black car, and the second is nearing the end of the trailer: Raiden then looks up and says "Adios, amigos" Spanish for "Goodbye, friends" before departing and closing the grate, also leaving his sombrero behind.
Raiden's use of the outfit, identified as a Mariachi outfit, was later explained in the MGRR Mastiff boot camp trailer at Santa Monica, where it was stated that Raiden bought the outfit in a mistaken impression that it would help him blend in with the populace while undergoing his mission into Mexico. The th session of the KP Report Podcast also revealed that Raiden was the only character in the game to be designed by Yoji Shinkawa.
In the trailer for the Battle against RAY, Raiden is revealed to have a different HUD based on the one seen in Metal Gear Solid 4 , because he was using a modified version of his original cyborg body, as well as the battle taking place before his duel with Sam. As such he can't regenerate his health via zan-datsu, but he still can heal by getting health pickups like how the player does in Metal Gear Solid 4. On November , it was unveiled that people who pre-ordered Metal Gear Rising would get an exclusive code that allowed Raiden to use a custom cyborg body modeled after the exoskeleton used by Gray Fox.
Later, on December , both the Metal Gear Rising website and metalgearsolidtv. The White Armor, which has no relation to his MGS4 -era armor despite having the same name, and which possesses on a special medical care system.
Specifically, this cyborg body was modified to focus on support for allies in the battlefield, which includes an increased capacity of items relating to cyborg treatment and supplies for repairs; the Inferno armor, colored crimson and possessing a special attack system. Specifically, he was modified to allow for him to utilize mid-range attacks via throwing grenades, allowing him to carry an increased supply of various grenade types; and the Command armor, colored yellow-green and possessing a traditional fighting system.
Specifically, he was modified to take into account the possibility of fighting various pair warfare drones, tanks, and attack choppers by possessing an increased supply of surface-to-air guided missile warheads, as well as rocket grenade launchers of both type instrument and multi-purpose capabilities. The exclusive armors can be downloaded via purchasing codes from KonamiStyle, Tsutaya, and Geo, respectively.
It is currently unknown whether America will get it as well, although the official site implied that it will be released in areas outside Japan at a future date. It also specified that it's not a pre-order bonus. Raiden says that only one out of 50 soldiers can kill without hesitation, before declaring himself a "two-percenter.
Raiden then recollects the abuse and threats at gunpoint during childhood before he, "next thing he knows," got off on slicing foes to shreds. This is later confirmed in the Unique Weapons trailer, which also implies that Raiden received copies of these weapons after they were developed by Doktor after he carefully analyzed their combat data. Raiden's business suit from the prologue was also implied in one of his cards in Metal Gear Solid: The armors were also included in-game as unlockables.
Kojima, regarding the release trailer on February 19, initially intended to use voice clips for Raiden from Metal Gear Solid 2 , although he decided against it, as he didn't want to inflict killjoy on the trailer. On March 4, Kojima compared Raiden's characterization to that of action film series hero John Rambo, citing that both characters fight despite being peaceful in nature. Shinkawa, when explaining his motives for creating Black Raiden, mentioned that he wanted to create a dark hero, different from his design from Metal Gear Solid 4.
He also had his Rising design being one-eyed as a reminder of his humanity, and mentioned that the circumstances behind it were written later and consistent with the general storyline. Tamari also explained that the cybernetic functions including Fuel Cell energy was based on research led by the University of Texas, and that they had Raiden lack self-repair units to emphasize his role as a "dark hero. He also mentioned that the scene of Raiden losing his eye was meant to represent his change from White Raiden to Black Raiden, and also admitted that he based it on Solidus, as the latter was his favorite character and shared a special connection to Raiden.
At one point in Chapter R, Raiden asks Courtney how a certain food Napolitanos tasted, before dismissing the question and deciding that he can't "capture" anything down in the sewers, nor does he really need to anyway.
This was a reference to the food mechanic in Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater , where Naked Snake frequently asked Para-Medic how a certain food tasted upon capturing it. Several of Raiden's skills in the game have names referencing thunder and lightning. In addition, with the exception of Unique Weapons and Defensive Offensive the latter of which was actually based on the move Raiden used to finish off Solidus Snake , nearly all of his skills were derived from scenes from Metal Gear Solid 4.
He decided to foresake his sword for the mission, instead relying on a firearm. Upon wiping all of them out, Raiden was extracted and given his payment, with Miller considering meeting him again in the future. In the English version, similar to his appearance in the Snake Eraser segment which also dealt with time travel , Raiden is not voiced by Quinton Flynn. Instead, Kiefer Sutherland 's voice clips of Big Boss were re-used for Raiden's interrogation of enemy soldiers, although slightly modified to sound more "mechanical.
Ground Zeroes Companion App. The first officer character, Raiden's standard skin, is unlocked by S-ranking Hard Mode of the Jamais Vu mission while connected to the app, and the second character, Raiden in his White Armor, is unlocked by getting 25, points on Jamais Vu's Hard Mode.
The scan also revealed that running into enemies will knock them down, stunning them long enough for the player to CQC them by the time they get up. A Japanese development blog also implied that Raiden will be part of an FOB event in the near future, and that he'll come with a wormhole device.
Raiden is a secret character in Evolution Skateboarding. The final color model was unveiled on the Metal Gear Solid Facebook page at 5: Uprising in the first round, largely due to his cybernetics, and in spite of Krystal's many armaments. Raiden proceeded to fight against Pyramid Head from Silent Hill in the third round, defeating it. Raiden then faced off against and defeated Revolver Ocelot in the fourth round.
Raiden then fought and lost to Naked Snake in the semifinals. Eventually, he settles for "cybernetic private military security soldier" as his last chance at a job where he was met with implied success. The same unemployment officer also helped Jehuty from Zone of the Enders get a job starting with Children's Birthday Party Entertainer, just as he suggested to Raiden beforehand , although he spent most of his time terrorizing the neighborhood as the episode ended.
Raiden, or rather Jack as he is identified in throughout the skit, does not have any dialogue in the skit. Said episode later aired as part of the Konami Pre-E3 show. According to the creators, they were specifically tasked with creating the episode by Hideo Kojima himself. Raiden also appeared in the series official site's Versus Battle, both in-game and via promotional products. He also fought against himself, such being the case with Red Raiden vs.
Hideo Raiden and Black Raiden vs. White Raiden and to some extent, "Fire" vs. Following his debut in Metal Gear Solid 2 , Raiden was met with a mixed reception from fans of the series. Much of the negative response was due largely to his apparent naive attitude, androgynous appearance, as well as acting as the protagonist over Snake.
In addition, the localization of the game also resulted in several fans critiquing Raiden for his high-pitched voice, which was described as "whiney.
In an interview with The Gaming Liberty , Quinton Flynn admitted that under the suggestion of voice director Kris Zimmerman , he based Raiden's English voice on what a slightly older Jonny Quest would sound like. This suggestion was made due to the fact that he and Zimmerman had previously worked together on The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest , in which he was Jonny's second voice actor. The European players' hatred of Raiden during that time was later referenced by Kojima in his commentary for Metal Gear Solid 3 , when he guessed that the European players will most likely give Raikov a swift death.
Substance when Solidus summons them, where he described them as an infamous duo whose mere presence was enough to destroy an entire universe and were feared and hated by the universe. Kojima has stated in interviews that Raiden was introduced primarily to attract new fans to the game so that he could ask questions that a veteran like Snake wouldn't ask, so as to avoid treating Snake like a rookie, and to make Snake appear more impressive as a character, an idea strongly defended by some fans.
Kojima has also explicitly stated that Raiden is his favorite character in Metal Gear Solid 2 , a view that was also shared by Flynn. Raiden's concept as effectively being a third-person witness to Snake's exploits was likewise inspired by the character Watson from the detective franchise Sherlock Holmes.
The controversial reception of Raiden's creation was part of the reason why both the Raikov mask item and the character of Major Ivan Raidenovitch Raikov were created for Metal Gear Solid 3 , as well as why Kojima initially made Raikov's fate determinant on the player's actions.
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Portable Ops Plus Official Site. Received code name "Raiden" while infiltrating the Big Shell, an ocean cleanup facility occupied by terrorists. Raised as a soldier from childhood, and haunted by memories of his past, his real name is Jack. The large amount of cyborg healing and regeneration features allow the white custom body to excel in a force support role.
The white armor reminds one of medical support personnel's uniforms. Created as a body intended to serve in a mid-range fire support role, the wide variety and number of equipped grenades make this body particularly deadly. Its fiery red color betrays its status as a grenade throwing death machine. This body excels against UAVs, tanks, attack helicopters, and other anti-infantry weapon systems due to its extra munitions.
Though it was termed an "exoskeleton" in those days before the advent of modern cyborg technology, it could not be taken on and off at will. Functionally obsolete and boasting an obviously unnatural jaw, its battlefield potential is extremely limited. The performances of this frame are identical to those of the normal Custom Cyborg Body. Sons of Liberty Former child soldier turned cybernetic super-soldier. Also goes by the name Jack the Ripper. Can Flames Tell Friend from Foe?
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