General Morden

General Morden

Metal Slug (Japanese Katakana title: メタル スラッグ) is a series of run and gun video games first released on Neo-Geo arcade machines and game consoles created by SNK. It was also ported to other consoles, such as the Sega Saturn, the PlayStation, the Neo-Geo Pocket Color and more recently, the Game Boy Advance, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable, Xbox, Xbox 360 and Nintendo DS. There is also an anthology of the first seven games in the main series (including Metal Slug X) available for the Wii, PlayStation Portable, and PlayStation 2.

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Metal Slug 3 - Story
... The rebellion orchestrated by General Morden to bring about a new global regime is now ancient history, and order and peace has begun to return to the ... Morden, brought back into power, was attempting another coup d'état, but government forces got wind of the plot beforehand and pre-empted the impending assault ... Instrumental in squashing Morden's rebel forces, Marco and Tarma of the Peregrine Falcon Strike Force are ordered to lead the team after their earlier requests for resignation were denied ...
General Morden - Development
... Some of the stock sound effects from Irem titles were used in the Metal Slug games ... The art style is done by Meeher and the music is composed by Hiya! ...
Metal Slug (series) - Plot - Characters
... man but capable of falling into uncontrollable rages the series' villain General Morden (who is responsible for the deaths of dozens of Marco's friends and colleagues in the PF Squad) will trigger these if he is even ... In the history of this game, Marco joins the Battle Coliseum tournament to once again stop General Morden, who's now financed by WAREZ Corporation to make new plans to conquer the world ... For her efforts in suppressing Morden's second coup d'état, she received a promotion to sergeant second-class ...

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