WHOOOOOOOOOOOOO!? Today, Konami released the November update for Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. It adds the option to construct a 3rd Forward Operating Base, as well as new development options including weapons for online, and gun cameras to fight intruders. Notably however is one feature that the Phantom Pain patch notes do not list… *Spoilers follow* ...
(The following review contains minor spoilers for Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. This relates to the resolution of two characters’ roles in the story, but we don’t give away the details. Just a heads-up either way.) Written by: Jake Wilson Edited and co-written by: Jordan Helm and Stephen Welsh ———————— Publisher: Konami Developer: Kojima Productions Platforms: PS4, PS3, Xbox ...
The GamesNosh Noshcast 22 – NUCLEEEAAARRR Reactor MP3 Download here (110MB) Recorded on 13th September 2015 The long-awaited Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain has finally arrived, and Stephen Welsh, Jake Wilson, and Chris Heeley get into deep discussion about the open-world stealth gameplay. There’s also time for talk about Bungie’s Destiny drama, that totally accurate Pokemon GO trailer, Street Fighter V’s Arab character Rashid, the Steam ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
The new E3 2015 trailer for Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain is as mind-blowing as ever. Kojima’s music selection this time is “Elegia” by the band New Order. This trailer is perhaps the most cryptic yet. We see Big Boss with a cassette tape labelled “From The Man Who Sold The World,” another David Bowie reference I imagine, what with ...
Much rumour and speculation has followed Hideo Kojima in recent times and we still have very little to go on. He may or may not have been fired. The new Silent Hill(s) which he was working on with Guillermo Del Torro was cancelled. Konami paid no mind to the possibility that this pairing may have been the best thing that ...
They may not be in many people’s good books at present, but Konami are hoping to change that (likely somewhat) with an intriguing set of messages as of late. Earlier today, Konami tweeted the below image and statement, referring to a Metal Gear Solid 5 1984 Collection: Step back into the 80’s with our new MGS collection coming very soon! ...
We may have already been given the release date [un]intentionally a day previous, but today Konami officially confirmed Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain will see its worldwide release on consoles on September 1st with a PC release two weeks later on September 15th. Metal Gear Online, the long-awaited multiplayer mode will also go live the same day as ...