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- Open-World game design allowing players ultimate freedom on how to approach missions and overall game progression
- Fox Engine delivers photorealistic graphics, thoughtful game design and true new-generation game production quality
- Online connectivity that carries the experience beyond the consoles to other devices to augment the overall functionality and access to the game
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Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain
The Soviet invasion of Afghanistan has brought a new edge to the Cold War, and in 1984, a one-eyed man with a prosthetic arm appears in the country. Those who know him call him Snake; the legendary mercenary who was once swept from the stage of history and left in a coma by American private intelligence network Cipher. Snake is accompanied by Ocelot, an old friend who saved him from attack when he finally awoke.
Now, Snake's former partner Kazuhira Miller is being held by the Soviet forces in Afghanistan. Snake must undertake a solo mission to rescue Miller and prove to the world that the legendary mercenary is not dead and gone. That first step will lead to a path of vengeance against the very Cipher that slaughtered so many of Snake's men, and to a battle that will embroil the whole world...
What started in Ground Zeroes must finish with "V".
- MGS goes open world
- A new breed of stealth
- Unparalleled strategic freedom
- Deeper stealth action
- Realistic passage time
- Real-time weather
- Blistering action and CQC
- The cardboard box is back!
- Buddy system
- Procure a variety of resources
- Expand Mother Base
Metal Gear Online
Metal Gear Online (MGO) returns as the online multiplayer mode for Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. Developed by Kojima Productions' studio in Los Angeles, MGO offers players the chance to conquer enemies in an online battlefield.
MGO represents the third iteration of the popular multiplayer game, redesigned with the familiar gameplay and aesthetic styling of its companion single-player campaign. With a focus on Tactical Team Operations, the game features a class system that more uniquely defines the strengths and abilities of player characters on the battlefield.
Key characters from the series, including Venom Snake and Ocelot, will also make appearances in the anticipated multiplayer feature.
Top Customer Reviews
+Engaging Story, For the Most Part
+A lot of different gameplay elements at hand
+A lot of things to keep you busy. Several missions and side ops
-There might be a little too much to do. Metal Gear Solid V is amazing, but there's a lot of side ops and moments of padding.
-The story is good, but doesn't quite have the emotional pull of the previous games in the series. The cutscenes are less about character building and more about plot exposition. Considering all the things Metal Gear Solid V wants to say, it's amazing that not more of these things are conveyed in the game amazing cinematics. Instead, much of what you learn in the plot and story is put to cassette tapes
NOTE: The Following Review is Long
For years Metal Gear Solid has been a staple in storytelling and gameplay innovation in video games. Each new installment has either offered up a unique challenge (usually intellectually) or has offered up high stakes drama. Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots saw the conclusion of Solid Snake's story, but Big Boss's has yet to come full circle. With Metal Gear Solid V, the series finally comes full circle. It's a unique experience, unlike anything Metal Gear has ever really done before.
The game begins with you as Big Boss awakening from a nine year coma. You're a legendary soldier and as such you are also hated by much of the world. When you awaken you are missing an arm. Just as you're recovering in the hospital, however, the facility is attacked. A mysterious man named Ishmael is helping you get through the endeavor. By the time Metal Gear Solid V's prologue ends you're left with more questions than answers. The prologue is intense.Read more ›
When you play each game you get a feel for the characters and their backstory, and how often times there is an association with a deeper tragedy in their past that has afflicted them. On top of this you have the always era-relevant political standpoints of each game (usually revolving around nuclear warfare) that are entwined throughout these characters and stories.
All of these things are what make a Metal Gear Solid game to me. So many people complained about MGS4 because of how many cutscenes there are and how long they were, but to this day that is what makes that game one of the absolute best Metal Gear games that will ever be made. Unfortunately between Kojima's infatuation with open-world (which I have no problem with) and listening to 'fan' complaints about cutscenes, we were left with something too episodic and more unfulfilled.
There is obviously a way to make an open world game that still has an epic overall story (GTA V). It felt too uncharacteristic to have to play each story mission with the same intro and outro using opening and closing credits every single time. Sometimes I didn't even know what I was playing. Too many of the missions were to simply extract or assassinate someone. This is not normally how MGS games are. Being taken through a linear story with each objective being relevant to the mission is what I am used to.Read more ›
Since my only lead is gone, I decided to search the military outposts one by one to try to identify the General. After thoroughly searching 2 outposts with no luck. I got a radio call saying radar detected several Jeeps mobilizing in one of the nearby outpost and they were heading to the extraction point. I thought this must be the General trying to make his escape! So I got on my trusted horse (yes, you get to ride a gorgeous horse in this game), checked the map for short cut, figured I could intercept the Jeeps near the extraction point and start riding furiously.
As I got closer to the extraction point. The Jeep was reaching escaping velocity and about to disappear from the playable map. I galloped down the cliff, rolled off my horse, pulled out the rifle, aimed at that general’s head and pulled the trigger as the Jeep was about to cross the boundary of the map. Not surprisingly, I missed my mark. However, by sheer luck, the bullet found its way into the driver’s head. The Jeep span and stopped just at the edge of the map with the confused and panicked General yelling in his seat. I then proceed to swap out my sniper rifle and shot him between the eyes.
Turned around, got on the horse and rode into the sunset.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Smooth UI/Menu navigation. Good graphics. Great story. Just about endless gameplay (even after you beat the main game and end game). Read more
Takes metal gear in a new direction still encapsulating the stealth elements very fun story is pretty goodPublished 5 days ago by Amazon Customer
The last installment of the saga as we know before the departure of its creator, Hideo Kojima, and barabaridades Konami is already planning to give the saga. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Nelson E.
I had this on the ps3 and now I have it for the ps4. I will say it is alot more visually stunning on the ps4. I would not take back my decision in getting it again!Published 12 days ago by T1aoZero