Well-known carpet distributor Konami has disabled the Metal Gear Online beta on PC following the discovery of an exploit that allowed players to get free MB coins, the in-game currency that costs real money.
I was familiar with the work of David Bowie from a young age, but I didn’t fall in love with the man and his work until 1999. That was when I played Omikron: The Nomad Soul, a video game that changed the way I felt about David Bowie entirely.
Well, that’s not good. This isn’t Just Cause 3, climbing up the roof here is a little bit more complicated.
Throughout 2015, just when you thought things couldn’t get any more bizarre for Konami, they did. Let’s take a look back at the weirdness that was Konami in 2015.
Uncovered via datamining way back in September, Konami has confirmed Metal Gear Solid V’s Nuclear Disarmament event. All players need to do to activate it is dismantle every nuclear weapon in their platform’s region, a task so easy Superman could do it.
How do you feel about playing a mission seven times in a row?
I’ve spent the last week playing through the multiplayer portion of Metal Gear Solid V—and I gotta say, despite the initial launch hiccups, I’m pretty sure I like it better than the base game.
What you’re seeing here isn’t a mod, or a tweak. It’s a bug, which kingoddball KOB discovered while trying to play Metal Gear Online on PS4, that means most of the game world’s textures simply fail to load.
Today on Highlight Reel we have explosive jumps, golf flips, bullet-catching birds, flying tanks, and much more!
And now to broadcast a moment of utter embarrassment for me in front of thousands of people.
Today on Highlight Reel we have cardboard box bowling, Mad Max’s depressing travels, sunbreakers, soda cans, and much more!
As I write this, Venom Snake is waiting in a Porta Potty north of Kabul during a sandstorm. I feel a little bad about it, to be honest.
D-Dog. I’m sorry.
They don’t call Big Boss a legend for nothing, you know.
I played the opening few hours of Batman: Arkham Knight in August. You know what I did after that? I opened up the map, saw that it was forested with icons, and then turned the game off forever.
If you’d told me on New Year’s Eve 2014 that my two favourite games of the next year would be a Witcher and Metal Gear title, I’d have laughed, then frowned, then walked off to talk to someone who wasn’t clearly crazy.
One of the biggest secrets in Metal Gear Solid V may not actually be possible—but that’s not stopping players from coming together and trying to achieve it anyway.
I just spent an hour with the new Metal Gear Online. And like its parent game, it’s about more than just charging in, guns blazing.
Holy shit. Some of the stuff hidden inside Metal Gear Solid V is ridiculous.