METAL GEAR SOLID V: GROUND ZEROES Summary
Metal Gear Solid V was one of my favorite games last year. While it didn’t hit the storytelling heights of its predecessors, it did reach new levels of stealth action excellence, making it perhaps the best-playing game in the series. Now a new Definitive Experience is set to launch, bringing all of the game’s content into a single package.
So, gamers who had been collecting data packets in Metal Gear Solid 5: Ground Zeroes and Metal Gear 5: The Phantom Pain have finally unlocked what the data is for: a 1980's murder mystery game The Portopia Serial Murder Case in its entirety.
Splendiferous news ashas RSVP'd for Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain to be in attendance at next month's Gamescom event. Not only that but it'll be playable in the hands of the great unwashed masses. They're also setting up stations for PES 2016. It's almost certain that fans will get their hands on console versions of the two. Gamescom will be taking place August 5-9, with the public welcome from August 6th.
a new alternate playthrough for the E3 2015 footage of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain has been released, and thankfully there's an English version. In fact we're shown multiple ways to achieve our goals. First we're quiet with Quiet, choosing non-lethal weaponry to sneak in as an alternate method. They use a different buddy to showcase how they affect our options in the field.
We're getting closer and closer to being the proud owner of an eye-patched wolf companion with Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain due later this year on PC. Really that's all it's about - GOTY material right there. Apparently it does have other features like hiding in boxes, shooting and global conspiracies. To prove it, HIdeo Kojima has teased an 'alternate run' of the E3 2015 gameplay demo is coming tomorrow.