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Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes - PlayStation 4 Standard Edition

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3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (553 customer reviews) 11 answered questions 75 / 100

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Platform: PlayStation 4
  • THE POWER OF FOX ENGINE - Ground Zeroes showcases Kojima Productions' stunning FOX Engine, a true next-generation game engine which revolutionizes the Metal Gear Solid experience.
  • INTRODUCTION TO OPEN WORLD DESIGN - The first Metal Gear Solid title to offer open world gameplay. Ground Zeroes offers total freedom of play: how missions are undertaken is entirely down to the user.
  • UNRESTRICTED STEALTH - Imagine classic Metal Gear gameplay but with no restrictions or boundaries. Players use intelligence and cerebral strategy to sneak their way through entire missions, or go in all guns blazing.
  • MULTIPLE MISSIONS AND TASKS -Ground Zeroes boasts a central story mode and Side-Ops missions ranging from tactical action, aerial assaults and "covert" missions that will be sure to surprise.
  • REDESIGNED INTERFACE - Ground Zeroes users will benefit from a clean in-game HUD that shows the minimal amount of on-screen data to give a more intense gaming experience.

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Platform: PlayStation 4
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00HD4R5YU
  • Product Dimensions: 6.7 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: March 18, 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (553 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #691 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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Platform: PlayStation 4

World-renowned Kojima Productions showcases the latest masterpiece in the Metal Gear Solid franchise with Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes. Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes (on sale Spring 2014) is the first segment of the 'Metal Gear Solid V Experience' and prologue to the larger second segment, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain launching thereafter. MGSV: GZ gives core fans the opportunity to get a taste of the world-class production's unparalleled visual presentation and gameplay before the release of the main game. It also provides an opportunity for gamers who have never played a Kojima Productions game, and veterans alike, to gain familiarity with the radical new game design and unparalleled style of presentation. The critically acclaimed Metal Gear Solid franchise has entertained fans for decades and revolutionized the gaming industry. Kojima Productions once again raises the bar with the FOX Engine offering incredible graphic fidelity and the introduction of open world game design in the Metal Gear Solid universe. This is the experience that core gamers have been waiting for.

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303 of 355 people found the following review helpful
Platform for Display:PlayStation 4
If this were a review for a demo it would be 5 stars, but this is a review calling out the obvious - it's a demo to showcase the Fox Engine and new gameplay style of where MGS is headed, and you are gonna be paying for it. It's a glorified money grab in the worst way.

Graphically this is a great way to show off your PS4, but for a few dollars more you could pick up Tomb Raider and do the same thing and have a much more robust experience for what you are spending vs here which is honestly nothing more then a glorified demo with such a small tidbit of the massive story that it's not enough to dig deep into what is coming which should be great.

MGS fans are a rabid bunch (I am one of them), but I am not going to throw myself at the feet of Konami and justify telling you that it is OK to be spending $30 for a demo.

This should have been $10 as a digital download at most.

I strongly suggest against all urges to wait on this one because not only will the price drop quickly but I suspect this will be included as a bonus with The Phantom Pain.
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75 of 89 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars A Demo Sold As A Game March 20, 2014
By Chevy
Platform for Display:PlayStation 4|Verified Purchase
Metal Gear Solid 5: Ground Zeroes was released to show off the new Fox engine and let players get accustomed to the new control scheme. It delivers on those two goals. It offers fun gameplay and beautiful graphics (minus one complaint that I have). Considering that MGS 5: The Phantom Pain is two hundred times larger than Ground Zeroes, it is self evident that the price for Ground Zeroes is a bit high. The main mission and the five side missions all take place at the same location. Stealth reaps the highest rewards, as far as scoring goes, but players have the choice of being loud and proud if they so desire. I preordered this game because I thoroughly enjoyed MGS 4 on the PS3, I was anxious to see the new Fox engine in action, and I was ready for a new PS4 game.

The graphics look amazing. Cut scenes are in-engine. Everything looks realistic, and it's easy to suspend disbelief and be drawn into the action. I do have one problem with the graphics, though, and it really stood out to me. I know I'm nitpicking here, but since everything else looks so great, I was disappointed to see this. The issue I'm speaking of concerns the tires on vehicles, mainly the helicopters. The tires look like stop signs, not tires. There were round tires on last generation consoles, so why not on these ultra-powerful new ones? Side view mirrors on the jeeps look just as bad. While this may not matter to a lot of players, I expect more.

The A.I. is okay (normal difficulty), but there is room for improvement. I ran myself into a dead end and there was only one box to hide behind. A group of soldiers saw me go back there, but they did not engage me, nor did they try to draw me out. They simply ran off and said into their radios that they didn't see me anymore. I think the A.I.
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars It's short, but well worth playing! March 31, 2014
Platform for Display:PlayStation 4
Hideo Kojima’s Metal Gear Solid franchise is undoubtedly one of the biggest out there. So the release of a new numbered title in the franchise is definitely a big deal. Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes is a direct sequel to Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker, originally released for the PSP and later ported to PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, and a prologue to the upcoming Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. Since the story is front-and-center in this series, it helps tremendously if you’ve played Peace Walker beforehand. But if you haven’t, Ground Zeroes does include a recap you can read through. However, it’s still a bit confusing as lots goes on during Peace Walker. Upon starting the game and looking at the absolutely stunning (and I really mean that…STUNNING) graphics and presentation, you will definitely get excited for the game. But that excitement turns out to be bittersweet.

Ground Zeroes’ storyline consists of just one mission with two objectives. Once that mission is completed, the credits roll and you get a “To Be Continued in The Phantom Pain” message. The first time playing through the mission can take a player about 1-2 hours. My own playthrough lasted 84 minutes, 51 seconds, but only because I just happened to stumble upon the right place by accident. The mission is challenging because you’re basically dropped in the enemy encampment and it’s entirely up to you to determine how to proceed. You can go in guns blazing or you can go in full stealth. You get a waypoint for the first objective, but for the second you’re blind and must sleuth your way to the finale. There are a few extra things you can do such as find hidden patches or rescue other prisoners, but it’s nothing too in-depth.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fun mission-based game. December 10, 2014
Platform for Display:PlayStation 4
So we've all heard about how short this game is, and how it's basically a demo. I won't lie - the main story is incredibly short. I got it last night and completed it twice already. However, the main story is only one of 7 missions in the game, each of which are about the same length. The story mission is the centerpiece of the game, but it's not everything this game is about.

The game takes place on an island in Cuba where a military base is set up. As I said before, there are 7 missions that all take place in this base. The game plays like an open world game, although on a much smaller scale. You can go wherever you want in the base at any time, and can tackle the missions in any way you choose. There are also trophies for completing additional objectives in each mission, such as rescuing prisoners. On top of these main missions, there are a few other things, such as collectible patches and trials.

I feel like the reason people don't seem to like this game is because they were expecting a linear story as the single-player experience, and were disappointed that the story mode will take about an hour on your first play-through, and much less on subsequent tries. However, that's only a fraction of the game. Unlike other Metal Gear Solid games, which are heavily story-focused, this game is focused on the missions. Each mission makes up part of the overall experience, and only playing the main story mission only gives you a fraction of the experience. The point is to re-visit the map multiple times.

It's still a fairly short game, but there's more here than people think. I've played for about 15-20 hours and am 25% done with most of the trophies, and it's still fun. For $20 brand new, you're getting a decent amount (more than similarly-priced PSN games and DLC), especially considering the vast majority of PS4 and Xbox One games are still $60.
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