It starts slow, and feels a little self-indulgent. But this Metal Gear Solid V debriefing ends with as something of a genuine tear-jerker. Sorta like the games themselves. »
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You’ve got lots and lots of questions about the fifth (and probably final) Metal Gear Solid game. We’ve got some answers. Maybe.
When reports come out that renowned pachinko manufacturer Konami treats its game developers like prisoners, you won’t hear much. But when a website suggests that the new game Metal Gear Solid V has required microtransactions? Konami comes out swinging. »
PC owners can’t pre-load Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, according to the game’s community manager. You can pre-load on consoles! However, you’ll be able to start downloading (and apparently, playing) the game as soon as it’s available in the earliest country, New Zealand. That’s almost like pre-loading? »
Do you know where Metal Gear Solid falls in the chronology? What about Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker? Or Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake? »
When Twitch users first began playing Metal Gear Ghost Babel, it was a disaster, and I said as much. It’s time to eat humble pie, though, because in the days since they’ve cleaned up their act and not only progressed through the game, they beat the damn thing. »
Metal Gear Ghost Babel, the Game Boy Color title that relied on precise timing and expert stealth, is now being played by an anonymous mob, able to input random commands at will. What could possibly go wrong? »
Yes, that’s a dog taking a break and relieving themselves in Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. Goofs aside, your canine friend can do a bunch of really amazing things in Snake’s latest.
I’ve heard Summer-Colored High School compared to everything from Skyrim to GTA. But really, while playing it, it feels more like Metal Gear—only instead of stealthily killing people, you’re stealthily taking panty shots. »
You know how Konami tried to pull Hideo Kojima’s name off the box art on their website? With Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, Kojima more than gets his due. »
After weeks of silence over rumors about Hideo Kojima’s employment and the deletion of P.T. from the Internet, Konami’s spoken up. But if you were hoping for answers, keep hoping.
Just days ago, Konami issued a takedown notice for a YouTube video that was critical of the company. Then, the ban was reversed. The video’s creator still isn’t quite sure what happened. »