No Metal Gear Solid 5, But Here's All of Last Night's Big Metal Gear News

Illustration for article titled No Metal Gear Solid 5, But Here's All of Last Night's Big Metal Gear News

In Tokyo earlier today, Konami held a 25th anniversary party for Metal Gear. Twenty five years! The time has just flown by.


If you were hoping for Metal Gear 5, you're going to be disappointed. But if you were hoping to be wowed, then wowed you will be. Here are the highlights from the event:

Konami Reveals New Metal Gear Solid Game [Update: Now With First Images]

Today in Tokyo, Konami showed off its brand new Fox Engine with a demonstration. The engine's demo ran footage of something called Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes.
The thing is, this is not just a tech demo. More »


Metal Gear Is Going Hollywood (Again) with a New Movie

For years now, there has been chatter of a Metal Gear Solid movie. The project was at one time moving forward. Then, it seemed to die.
Today, Konami stated that the movie is back on. More »



Brand New Metal Gear! It's..Um...a Social Game

Today at the Metal Gear 25th Anniversary event in Tokyo, Konami announced that a new Metal Gear was incoming, but it might not be coming to the platform of your choice. More »



Want 800 Pages of Metal Gear? How About Metal Gear Tights?

Today at the 25th anniversary event for Metal Gear, Konami showed off a slew of Metal Gear related goods. Some of them you might want. Some, you might not. More »




What does "no Metal Gear Solid 5" mean exactly? Is there anyone who cared for the game to be actually named MGS5?

I mean, Peace Walker was almost officially called Metal Gear Solid 5, but what fans meant by calling out for "Metal Gear Solid 5" was a console MGS... which we got. I'm really trying to realize who would be disappointed by what happened in the conference. :p

I suppose the people looking for... consistency? Well, considering this is technically the 10th canon title, yet isn't named Metal Gear 10, or 9, not counting Rising — or even 11, counting Rising and Ghost Babel... Yeah, consistency in numbering was lost a long time ago. :p