Mega64 is back with a new video, messing around with Metal Gear Solid V features, trying to rocket punch everyone on the street with Snake’s Bionic Arm.
Revolver Ocelot, the eccentric gunfighter of the Metal Gear series, returned as a rather calm and reasonable figure in Metal Gear Solid V. He changed a lot. But for some people on YouTube, such as Lakitouille, it wasn’t enough.
Being Snake isn’t easy in Metal Gear Solid V, and animator John Lebeouf summarizes all the pain he has to go through with supply drops, Pequod and the Skull Face’s Parasite Unit.
Well this gives a whole new meaning to the collectible cassette tapes in Metal Gear Solid V. In a Wes Anderson version we’d probably have B-sides of counterculture-rooted rock music instead of additional story elements.
With just a couple of days left till Metal Gear Solid V’s launch, fan theories about the game’s plot and potential twists are already out of control. What’s the true identity of Chico? And Quiet? Is the doctor a real life surgeon?
The rocky starting area, the guards patrolling around the fence, the towers and the tents, so basically almost the entire map of Ground Zeroes now has a Far Cry 4 version, thanks to modder Robert Cram.
With TGS and a handful of new Metal Gear Solid V footage behind, Outside Xbox's clip weaves further the web of never ending fan theories about the game's plot and the characters' backgrounds.
Along with the new TGS trailer for Metal Gear Solid V came new gameplay footage. After all those videos with Afghanistan and Mother Base in it we can finally see what the game's greener, jungle map will look like, and how Snake manages to take down a whole army of enemy units in this new environment.
Are you ready to learn more about Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain? Maybe, say, a release date?
Metal Gear Solid V might take place in the 80s, but apparently it looked good enough to illustrate a topic on recent events in Africa. Child soldier turned hip-hop artist Emmanuel Jal talks about war in South Sudan and his tragic childhood on Russia Today when, out of the blue, the FOX Engine and MGSV appear.
We've already seen some footage from Metal Gear Solid V, including a tour of one of the most famous oil platforms in gaming, the Mother Base, that will serve as the main hub of the game. YouTuber YongYea is here with a detailed analysis of the Mother Base, along with the inevitable theories—it's a new MGS game after…
Even though the Japanese creators of this GTA V remake did everything to make Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain's trailer less epic, thanks to the pitch-perfect execution they've just achieved the opposite.
First, Hideo Kojima wanted the mute female sniper of Metal Gear Solid V to appear "erotic." That was either a poor choice of words, or poor translation, but he evidently wanted the art director to sex her up to encourage cosplay. Or figurine sales. Well, now Kojima is Tweeting, and says we have it all wrong.
Kotaku editor-in-chief Stephen Totilo is out in L.A. for the Spike Video Game Awards. And he's dug up some evidence that appears to support the theory that the mysterious Phantom Pain game is in fact another Metal Gear title.
The cries of "Metal Gear Solid 5 confirmed!" that rang out across the internet last week were silenced today, as the Official PlayStation Magazine reveals what exactly legendary developer Hideo Kojima said regarding a potential sequel in its latest issue. Should you be excited? Probably, at some point.
Hideo Kojima said that he might want to do something other than Metal Gear. He even enlisted the help of Kotaku readers to get him out of Solid Snake's shadow. But, instead, he's doing more talking about Tactical Espionage Action.
Not exactly eight minutes, but close enough. This spring, Stealth series Metal Gear Solid is coming to the PSP. It will look like this.
Metal Gear Solid creator Hideo Kojima cannot be clear enough. Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker isn't just some PSP game. Oh no.