It may be a rare sight today, but a demo is one of the best things an upcoming game can do for its audience. Of course, not all demos are created equal—the best demos generate excitement and set expectations for what’s to come, while the worst demos convince us not to buy. What makes a great demo?
One of Metal Gear Solid V’s most important plot points, Mission 51, ended up on the cutting room floor. Today, Konami said it does not plan to finish this mission.
On October 11, Konami is re-releasing MGSV Ground Zeroes along with The Phantom Pain and both games’ DLC.
Real talk: Metal Gear Solid V’s Quiet is a very sexy video game character, one (reportedly) designed specifically to encourage cosplay. Well, ask and ye shall receive, Mr. Kojima.
I can see your pores, Snake.
Today on Highlight Reel we have new Dark Souls 3 PvP strategies, hedgehog costumes, Fallout Pac-Man and much more!
Today in Highlight Reel we have dogged interviews in Fallout 4, nut punches that will make your head spin, The Division shenanigans, Uncharted 4 selfies and much more!
Look, people have opinions about Quiet’s character design. If you don’t like it, that’s totally understandable. If you do, there are companies ready to take your money.
Hideo Kojima was fucked over at last year’s Video Game Awards, reportedly prevented from getting up on stage as his Metal Gear Solid V won awards. Last night at the DICE awards, a free man with a new studio, nothing was going to stop him getting his dues.
Some of the big sellers will not surprise you. Some of them might.
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.