NeoGAFs Kent Brockman
Metal Gear Solid: The Twin Snakes Fan is Restoring The Original Voice Acting
A work-in-progress edit for Metal Gear Solid: The Twin Snakes will replace the voice acting with the original performances from the PS1 release.
Mellinas posted an edit of a scene from Metal Gear Solid: The Twin Snakes, where Solid Snake gives his last regards to Sniper Wolf after her death. It uses the original performance from Hayter, while adjusting the audio to play during specific segments where it would fit. Not only that, Mellinas also posted a clip of the iconic "Do you think love can bloom on the battlefield" scene between Otacon and Snake, using Christopher Randolph and David Hayter's original voice acting as well, along with the restoration of "The Best is Yet To Come," a song that was absent in the Twin Snakes release.
Mellinas then posted to Twitter about a potential full edit of the entire game, where it would feature just cut out Twin Snakes' over-the-top cutscenes, restore the original dub and remove those aforementioned cutscenes, or even go the full nine yards and restore the original dub and score while removing said offending cutscenes. Mellinas was also asked if there would be a mod or a patch to apply to the game, though Mellinas flatly said no, as it'd be a video only.