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September, 2015

  • 1 September

    Metal Gear Solid V PC Disk Is Just a Steam Installer

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    Konami has now released the PC version of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain physically but the release may not be what many people were hoping or expecting. If you were to put your new copy of Phantom Pain in to your PC expecting to install the game from the disk, you might be surprised to find an 8.78mb ...

August, 2015

  • 29 August

    Metal Gear Solid V: The Bizarre Practice of Early Reviews

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    Watch the video or read the article, the choice is yours! You’re not tools of the government internet, anymore. Gone are the days when we could play a game without knowing everything about it beforehand. When my 14 year old self popped Metal Gear Solid 3 into the Playstation 2, do you know what I thought? “Damn, I can’t wait ...

  • 17 August

    Putting Games On Blast: Metal Gear Solid 4’s Terrible Gameplay (Video)

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    It’s fair to say that the hype surrounding Metal Gear Solid 5 has reached historic levels but I have a confession to make, I promised myself I would not get excited for Metal Gear Solid 5 because In 2008, Metal Gear Solid 4 was released with a legacy so gargantuan people tricked themselves into believing it was the greatest game ...

  • 3 August

    Has Nikkei Shown Konami For What They Are?

    Konami Offices Nikkei Report

    Oh what’s that, you wanted a week of video game-related news minus anything remotely negative or off-putting to the current state of Konami. Well, be it a recent trend or a more gruesomely long-term situation, Nikkei – one of Japan’s leading economic newspapers and news sites – has published what appears to cast one hell of a light on the ...

  • 3 August

    Some Good And Not-So-Good Updates On Metal Gear Solid 5

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    On the third day of August, Konami gave to me…a mixed bag regarding an update to Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain (yeh that doesn’t quite roll off the tongue as nicely as the third day of Christmas huh?) Initially it was stated that only the console iterations would see a September 1st release for The Phantom Pain – the ...

July, 2015

  • 25 July

    Del Toro & Kojima Still Intend To Work Together

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    While Hideo Kojima & Guillermo del Toro’s Silent Hill game still has no hope of gracing our gaming machines, Del Toro has revealed in an interview with IGN that the pair are still planning to work on a project in the future. Del Toro states: “I love working with Kojima-san. We are still in touch. We are still friends and working ...

  • 13 July

    Kojima Productions Allegedly Disbanded; Konami Refuse Comment

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    We’re a little over 50 days away from getting our hands on The Phantom Pain, but the on-going to-and-fro that is the Konami-Kojima saga shows no sign of letting up. In a recent tweet made by one of Metal Gear Solid 5’s voice actors, Akio Otsuka, the term kaisan was used which translates into meaning ‘break-up’ or ‘dissolved’. ‘Kojima Productions ...

June, 2015

  • 26 June

    Analysing the Metal Gear Solid V Gameplay Footage

    Metal Gear Solid V Gameplay

    On Thursday, Konami released a 40-minute long  video of Metal Gear Solid V gameplay and fans of the series were treated to a host of new features and hints of things to come. The video opens with an announcement about the inclusion of microtransactions in the game. It’s mentioned that while microtransactions are present in MGSV, everything will be open to ...

  • 12 June

    Metal Gear Rising: Murals & Rumours

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    Shortly before the release of Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, Konami’s marketing team commissioned the London-based mural artists EndOfTheLine to create three giant advertisements for the game in Leeds, Liverpool and London. The towering murals were replicas of Yoji Shinkawa‘s design of Metal Gear Rising’s Raiden, in Shinkawa’s very distinctive Metal Gear style. EndOfTheLine have also been involved in other gaming ...

  • 2 June

    The Sins of Our Publishers – A Video Series Dedicated to Cleaning Out the Closest of Game Publishers

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    During the #GamerGate controversy, I was told time and time again that we shouldn’t focus on journalists, but instead should aim our grievances at the publishers who are the ones most responsible for screwing over gamers. While it is true that the publishers are NOT our friends, there is still a small issue. You have to ask yourself who were the ones that were ...

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