Jordan Amaro - former level designer on Resident Evil 7 for Capcom - former P.T. and Metal Gear Solid 5 dev for Kojima Productions - has now joined Nintendo EPD (Kyoto section) - has been working at the company since around January-February - helping design a Switch game that may have not been announced yet (or maybe it's the Zelda DLC)
Konami might not be the same company it once was, but it went out with a bang with Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain: A Hideo Kojima Game. It's also currently half off (now $9.99) as part of a Konami PSN flash sale, which also includes...Show More Summary
Metal Gear Solid: The Prompto Pain, anyone? This footage from the upcoming Final Fantasy 15 DLC shows Prompto sneaking through a facility, pulling off stealth takedowns and shooting a bunch of guards with what looks like fairly standard third person shooter controls. It looks like Prompto has been captured here, and is trying to find […]
Konami's attempt, in its post-Hideo Kojima future, to squeeze a little more blood out of everything the Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain team built is frustrating. It's not necessarily bad, but it does feel uncanny, just a little bit wrong, and a little more janky and stiff than its beautifully tuned predecessor. Show More Summary
Taking place in the time period between Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes and Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, Konami’s upcoming Metal Gear Survive is set to take the popular franchise down a whole new path by introducing the “creatures,” zombie-like monsters that change the game in a big way. The co-op survival […]
Konami's Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain may be done and finished but the spinoff based on The Phantom Pain is still coming... well, it's coming but not as soon as we first thought. The zombie-spinoff Metal Gear Survive has been delayed.
Metal Gear Survive, Konami’s Kojima-less follow-up to Metal Gear Solid 5, will not release this year. Metal Gear Survive is a spin-off about Mother Base soldiers that have been transported, through a wormhole, into a bizarre and zombie-filled alternate world. It’s a co-op game about banding together to deal with hoards of zombies, set on […]
The concert will feature the vocal talent of Metal Gear Solid V and Peace Walker singer Donna Burke.
20. Wander to Kyozou (PS3/PS2) - 16 pt 19. The Last of Us (PS4/PS3) - 20 pt 18. Rockman DASH (N64/PSP/PSX/PC) - 22 pt 17. Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain (PS4/PS3/XBO/360/PC) - 25 pt 16. Biohazard 7: Resident Evil (PS4/XBO/PC) - 28 pt 15. Show More Summary
QUOTE OF THE DAY “War is to the 21st century what oil was to the 20th; the pillar that supports global economy.” - Colonel Roy Campbell (Metal Gear Solid 4) SONY PLAYSTATION FINALLY BIDS ADIEU BUT IT’S LEGACY LIVES ON THE STORY Sony’s...Show More Summary
BeatsX Headphones, PS4 1TB with 2 Controllers, $6 Transformers T-Shirt, Xbox Live Gold $43, Metal Gear Solid V $8
Jordan Vogt-Roberts explains his enthusiasm for the upcoming video game adaptation Metal Gear Solid.
20. Rockman 2 (Famicom) - 18pt 19. Super Mario World (Super Famicom) - 23pt 18. Muramasa (Vita/Wii) - 26pt 17. Metal Gear Solid V (PS4/PS3/XBO/360/PC) - 27pt 16. The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (N64) - 30pt 15. Hoshi no Kirby: Super Deluxe (Super Famicom) - 35pt 13. Show More Summary
The Metal Gear Solid movie will be made by people who understand the franchise, if the director has anything to say about it. Metal Gear Solid is being made into a movie and we all expect it to be a total nightmare disaster because that’s how this industry rolls. Every time a new video game […]
A bit of a silly tribute to the famous ladder scene in Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater, but this time in Breath of the Wild. I know there were a few ladders in BotW that reminded me of MGS3 as well! Thanks to Yoship for the heads up...
If you start to get Metal Gear Solid vibes off of the new Zombies Chronicles expansion for Call of Duty: Black Ops III, there’s a good reason: Treyarch has tapped artist Yoji Shinkawa to create portraits of the game’s characters. Read more...
After Oculus founder Palmer Luckey left Facebook earlier this year, people openly speculated on what he might do next. Would he open a new studio, or perhaps enter the conservative political arena? Well, apparently he is going to cosplay...Show More Summary
Where in the world is Palmer Lucky? He’s at Machi Asobi, an annual anime event held in Tokushima, cosplaying as Quiet. Read more...