Hideo Kojima really knows how to keep gamers on their toes. His latest antics saw the legendary designer and director unveiling a brand new feature for the highly anticipated Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain: a chicken hat.
After waiting close to a year for the game to launch on Steam, PC gamers finally have the opportunity to take part in the Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes experience. The game has launched today on the Steam store, right during the middle of the big winter holiday sale.
Konami is prepping for the release of Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes on PC this December, and in doing so they have let loose some more details on the game courtesy of Nvidia and the U.K., GeForce team.
If you can’t spend the holidays with family this year, why not spend it infiltrating a large private military base run by a man who goes by the name Skull Face? I mean, it’s practically the same thing, right?
There's been plenty of debates about whether or not the Wii U is truly “next-gen” and debates about whether or not resolution and frame-rate actually matter. In a very strange bit of news, two upcoming games for different systems will be running the same specs while pushing for high-end visual fidelity.
Back in 2012 Konami had shutdown Metal Gear Online. The game had run its course, played out its excitement and managed to mark its time in history as a niche title that many loved – but it wasn't something that was sustainable beyond the four years in which it was operation... until now.
The original teaser trailer for Quiet that was recently let loose was basically just some fan-service, but here we get just a bit more of a look at the seemingly troubled character, as well as some of the new gadgets that will be at the player's disposal.
Want a sneak peek at the highly controversial Quiet from Metal Gear Solid V? Well, Hideo Kojima dropped a simple, 54 second trailer of the mysterious and mystically powerful Quiet. We previously saw that her skin could camouflage but we didn't really know exactly what else was going on with her.
IGN managed to get an exclusive stream of the multiplayer for Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. The video runs through the same mission that was showcased at this year's E3, as Naked Snake infiltrates a camp in Afghanistan, taking down bad guys and recovering goods along the way.
I screamed last night. Like…a lot. You wouldn’t think that a single hallway and a couple of rooms could be all that terrifying, but somehow the PlayStation 4 “playable trailer” known as P.T. manages that feat quite nicely. It’s a teaser for a new Silent Hill game, it turns out, and it’s one of the most brilliant pieces of games marketing to date.
Gamescom, the biggest gaming convention in Europe, will be returning this week to Cologne, Germany. Here are the dates and times for each of the biggest events at the show.
If hardware sales are an indication of how much a brand is loved, and if software sales are a measure of how attached people are to hardware, then Sony is doing everything right from top to bottom with the PlayStation 4, because Konami royally cleaned up in the sales department with Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes.
Konami's upcoming soccer (football to the rest of the world) game is seemingly shaping up pretty well... on the PS4. The team is mostly finished with this year's PES 2015 title but they're still shy about one thing: the resolution and frame-rate specs for the Xbox One.
In the case of Kojima Productions' upcoming Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, the game bridges together graphics and gameplay in one mind-blowing experience.
It seems that Konami just realized every RPG fan wants a re-release of Suikoden 2. A new ESRB listing suggests that the game's coming to PSN.