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Template:Infobox video game character

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{{{name}}}
{{{series}}} character
First appearance {{{firstappearance}}}
First game {{{firstgame}}}
Created by {{{creator}}}
Designed by {{{designer}}}
Voiced by {{{voiceactor}}}
Motion capture {{{motion capture}}}
Portrayed by {{{portrayed by}}}
Fictional profile
{{{inuniverse}}}
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Usage

Solid Snake
Metal Gear character
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Promotional illustration of Solid Snake for Metal Gear Solid
First game Metal Gear (1987)
Created by Hideo Kojima
Designed by Yoji Shinkawa (Metal Gear Solid series)
Ikuya Nakamura (Metal Gear: Ghost Babel)
Tsubasa Masao (Metal Gear Acid series)
Voiced by
Motion capture Mizuho Yoshida (Metal Gear Solid 2, The Twin Snakes)
Ryoji Okamoto (Metal Gear Solid 4)
Ian MacDougall (Metal Gear Solid 4 [facial capture])
Portrayed by Giacomo Talamini (Metal Gear Solid: Philanthropy)
Fictional profile
Real name David, "Dave" (Metal Gear Solid (The Twin Snakes))
Aliases Iroquois Pliskin (Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty)
Old Snake (Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots)
Nationality American
Affiliations FOXHOUND (Metal Gear series)
CIA (Metal Gear series)
Department Of Defense (Metal Gear Solid)
Philanthropy (Metal Gear Solid 2)
Hired assassin (Metal Gear Solid 4)
{{Infobox video game character
| name = 
| series = 
| multiple = 
| image = 
| caption = 
| firstappearance = 
| firstgame = 
| creator = 
| artist = 
| voiceactor = 
| motionactor = 
| liveactor = 
| inuniverse = 
}}

All fields other than name are optional.

Voice actors

For voice actors from multiple languages, use {{ubl}} or {{Vgrelease}} in the voiceactor field. For extensive lists, use a collapsible list.

UBL

Vgrelease

Collapsible list

Inuniverse Subtemplates

The inuniverse parameter allows for subtemplates for certain video games or genres.

There are a number of subtemplates which can be used in the inuniverse field.

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