The Metal Gear Solid series is notorious for its dense storylines, filled with plot twists and schemes-within-schemes. Even if you've played all the games, it can be hard to keep the plot straight in your head.
If you haven't been keeping track of all the drama happening between legendary game developer Hideo Kojima and software publisher Konami, it's a long and winding story filled with lots of anguish and hurt, sorrow and cancelled games. Well, EA's COO, Peter Moore believes that Konami and Kojima should just “kiss and make up”.
Kojima Productions, the development team headed by its namesake and Metal Gear Solid series creator, Hideo Kojima, has disbanded according to Akio Otsuka, the Japanese voice actor behind the iconic role of Solid Snake.
Konami has addressed some rumors that have been flying around about Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. Gamers have become worried about the inclusion of microtransactions and coming out of E3, Konami has confirmed that microtransactions are in the game.
Okay, here's the deal: I played some of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain during E3 2015 but, unfortunately, how much of that experience I can share with you is kind of tricky to determine. I signed a pretty detailed non-disclosure agreement before jumping into my hands-on demo and, at this point, I think Konami holds the rights to my first-born child if I reveal too many details here.
There’s an awful lot of craziness surrounding Metal Gear Solid, Hideo Kojima and Konami these past couple of days but, for those of you who were worried that the series might not continue following this year’s launch of The Phantom Pain, the publisher has made assurances that Snake and Co. will keep on moving forward no matter what happens involving the development team.
Konami has a very special premium package for those of you out there who decide to pick up the limited collector's edition version of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain's: you'll gain access to a real-life replica of Snake's bionic arm.
Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain is just a few months away. Today Konami announced the release date for Phantom Pain along with its multiplayer component Metal Gear Online.
The modding community has gone full-in on Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes for PC. After the game recently made an appearance on the Steam store this past December, modders hopped in to create all sorts of nifty new items and modifications for the game, including a first-person mod.
Using the Far Cry 4 map editor, one prodigious map maker managed to recreate the prison camp from the prologue game Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes. The map isn't exactly 1:1 in its design ratio, but it does come pretty close to capturing the look and feel of Hideo Kojima's stealth-espionage title.
Call of Duty: Ghosts's monopoly on canine-based shooters is through. New gameplay footage of Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain reveals that Big Boss will get a wolf companion named Diamond Dog.
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.
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.