Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain has a secret ending that plays only if all players dismantle their nuclear weapons. It requires players to disarm all nukes in the game, a nearly impossible task thanks to hackers and hoarders. Last week, the end suddenly triggered even though countless nuclear weapons still exist…
Well, that’s not good. This isn’t Just Cause 3, climbing up the roof here is a little bit more complicated.
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.
Today at Gamescom, instead of showing off actual new gameplay footage from Metal Gear Solid V, director Hideo Kojima came out and gave us this:
"The first thing is, I shouldn't have talked about clones," said Hideo Kojima, laughing.
Looking at its gameplay, Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain and its prologue, Ground Zeroes capture the spirit of the Metal Gear series despite worries arising from director Hideo Kojima's announcement that the game would be open world. However, a staple of the series—the exclamation point—was almost not included in …
Following the first live demonstration of Metal Gear Solid 5 at the company's new Los Angeles-based studio, Kojima Productions studio head Hideo Kojima took the stage to graciously answer a few questions from the audience. Joining him were series artist Yoji Shinkawa and actress Stefanie Joosten, who is the face and…
Last year, Konami showed off images created using its upcoming game engine, the Fox Engine. Over on the CryDev forums, modder Gametime decided to recreate that demo with current gen tech. The result isn't next gen, but damn, it sure is amazing.
In the usual fashion of events leading up to the big E3 gaming convention (which is, scarily, fast-approaching) Konami is among the handful of publishers hosting a pre-show to reveal what will likely entail some next-gen game announcements. At the very least we know we'll hear more on Metal Gear Solid 5 and, in…
Ever since David Hayter tearfully announced that he wouldn't be returning as Snake for the next Metal Gear Solid game, I've had a gut feeling that he will be returning as Snake.
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 next Metal Gear Solid game is considered a prologue to Metal Gear Solid 5, director Hideo Kojima said today at a PAX presentation.
In Tokyo earlier today, Konami held a 25th anniversary party for Metal Gear. Twenty five years! The time has just flown by.
Metal Gear Solid creator Hideo Kojima will show off his new Fox Engine on August 30, he said in an interview posted on the PlayStation blog today.
Kojima certainly didn't have to, but tweeted, "That title logo is completely fake. Apologies to those who were looking forward to this."
Konami has denied rumors that Metal Gear Solid 5 was revealed at San Diego Comic Con this past weekend, calling them fake on its UK Twitter account today.
If you're one to believe analysts (ha!), note that Nomura Securities is forecasting that MGS5 will be out by March 2014. Apparently, Nomura doesn't realize how long it takes Hideo Kojima to get games out the door. [Nihon Securities Journal]
I am pretty much the biggest Metal Gear Solid fan there is, and I really, really hope that Metal Gear Solid 5 doesn't happen.