Metal Gear Survive is wreckage of the long battle between the series’ lead creator, Hideo Kojima, and Konami, his long-time employer who ditched him three years ago. Kojima split with Konami after a lifetime of making Metal Gear games, going back to the first in 1987. Survive is Konami’s attempt to make a new one…
Things didn’t exactly end on a good note between Hideo Kojima and Konami. That doesn’t mean Konami is without those who still care about the legacy of Metal Gear creator’s old studio.
Metal Gear Survive is the first game in the longrunning series to not involve director Hideo Kojima, which may make you wonder: Is he in the credits? The answer is yes, sort of.
Metal Gear Survive tosses players into a giant wasteland full of zombies and dangerous animals, where they have to loot supplies and build up a massive base. Heather and Paul pilfered potatoes and gaped at nanotech dinosaurs in the game’s single player mode.
Last Friday, United States Justice Department special counsel Robert Mueller indicted 13 Russian nationals over a widespread campaign to influence the 2016 presidential election in an effort that sounds like a Metal Gear plot. So, naturally, the voice actor for Colonel Campbell has done a dramatic reading of the the…
The Metal Gear series’ future was uncertain after creator Hideo Kojima left Konami. Metal Gear Survive tosses away stealth and politics in favor of zombies and loot. I’ve played about five hours of the game and so far, while it captures the feeling of braving the wilderness, it’s also a slow grind.
I’m replaying all of the entire Metal Gear series and kicking it off with the original Metal Gear right now on Twitch. Infiltrate the enemy fortress, Outer Heaven! Destroy the final weapon, Metal Gear!
Metal Gear Survive doesn’t have a lot of charm, but it’s still a fun time if you’re playing with friends. Staff Writer Heather Alexandra and Video Producer Paul Tamayo geared up to building bases and stab nano-zombies in this absurd and perplexing Metal Gear spin-off.
Metal Gear Survive, the bizarre zombie horde survival game that really has nothing to do with Metal Gear, kicked off an open beta yesterday. It’s surprisingly fun to play but lacks the heart and quirkiness that drew people to the series to begin with.
Here’s Norwegian cosplayer CryoCanine with one heck of a Skull Sniper (from Metal Gear Solid V) cosplay.
This is Tornado Yoshida. He recently appeared in costume at this year’s World Cosplay Summit in Nagoya, twirling pistols and all.
This is art.
In 2001, Hideo Kojima pissed off countless fans with a simple twist. Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty did not star everyone’s favorite rugged action hero Solid Snake. Instead, players spent most of their time playing as Raiden, a whiny rookie who didn’t know his ass from his head. It was perfect and still is.…
Konami released the first Metal Gear on July 13, 1987. Created by Hideo Kojima, the stealth game came out on the MSX2 computer and went on to spawn a successful and beloved franchise. Today, fans are saying thanks.
Metal Gear Survive has been delayed until 2018. According to Polygon, a Konami spokesperson said it was “pushed back a few months” so the title could get extra polishing before being released.
Yesterday, Square-Enix announced that it was parting ways with Hitman developers IO Interactive. So why don’t we take some time to appreciate one of the best crafted stealth series around?
If you’ve played Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater, you might remember the Calorie Mate energy supplement snacks. Fast forward to 2017 as Snake’s Japanese voice actor Akio Otsuka is now lending his talents to Calorie Mate’s latest ad campaign.
Cosplayer Diegator’s Gray Fox helmet build sure is impressive. In a short clip he explains all the long hours that went into the project.
It’s 2017 and Hideo Kojima is still talking about “Transfarring.”