Konami have shocked the world with the announcement of a new post-Hideo Kojima Metal Gear title, called Metal Gear Survive. It features zombies, an alternate timeline, and co-op. It’s also set just after the events of Ground Zeroes. Continue reading New Metal Gear game announced. Is….different
Rumours have been floating about for a number of months now that Konami are cutting loose and leaving the Triple-A industry and instead dipping their hands into money farm that is mobile, however UK community manager for Konami, Graham Day, says otherwise.
Graham Day appeared in an interview with Game On Daily (whole video below), saying “don’t believe everything you read in the press.”
Some of us have been thinking about this for a few days, or were like Fiona and just couldn’t choose a single theme song from an entire series, but we have come up with a fantastic and varied list which should please your ear holes nicely.
I’ve noticed that a surprising number of you do not know you can unlock the ability to customise your weapons in Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, and have been asked regularly how to go about doing this, so here is a really short guide on what it lets you do, and how to go about unlocking it.
While this scene is pretty insignificant, if you would rather finish the game first then you may want to turn back, but it seriously won’t make a difference.
A mod on the PC version of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain switches the models for Ocelot and Quiet, and it is bloody hilarious!
2014 has gone down as one of the most disappointing years in gaming history, between the poor quality and broken games, greedy publishers looking to make a quick buck and the controversy. It says a lot when the “best” games from last year were Dragon Age: Inquisition and Shadow of Mordor. I’m not saying they were bad. They were good, even very at times, but neither of those hold a candle to the best games in other years. My ‘GOTY’, Dragon Age: Inquisition boasted 200+ hours of content, yet about 50 hours in felt like I have seen everything it had to offer and never touched it again. I never even finished the campaign and don’t feel like dragging myself back into it what-so-ever.
With the release of Metal Gear Solid V: Phantom Pain just around the corner, and likely the final Metal Gear game creator Hideo Kojima will be a part of, it is only right that we cover the first Metal Gear Solid game in today’s Retro Corner.
For most, Metal Gear Solid can be considered the first in the series, and it isn’t wrong to say that. While there was two other Metal Gear games prior to Solids release, their story isn’t really cannon anymore, but they did provide a solid base for what the series is known for today.
The bust up between Kojima and Konami is no secret at this stage, despite Konami doing their utmost to keep it on the down low, but going by this easter egg found in Ground Zeroes Kojima knew what was going to happen long in advance.
Uploaded by YouTube user TimeSplitter88, he plays the Ground Zeroes Deja Vu mission where Snake looks like he was on the original PlayStation, and where this easter egg can be found, giving us a serious case of… ugh… deja vu.