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Submitted by Nyxus 977d ago | opinion piece

Metal Gear Solid Ground Zeroes - 5 things that would be great to see

Speculating about Metal Gear Solid Ground Zeroes is difficult, since we don’t know exactly when the game will take place on the Metal Gear timeline. The part where Snake infiltrates the Cuban prison camp must be a short while after Peace Walker, but for all we know the game could cover different time periods. The safest thing to assume right now is that it takes place somewhere between Peace Walker and Metal Gear 1, in other words, between 1974 and 1995. Most likely the late 70s and early 80s. That means there are a lot of possibilities for events that could be covered in this game. Here are five of the most exciting options. (Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes, PS3, Xbox 360)

ape007  +   977d ago
this game gave me the same owe inspiring feel that i had when I saw MGS 2 E3 2000
BiggCMan  +   977d ago
ME TOO!! The trailer followed by the gameplay...I couldn't believe I was watching Metal Gear!! This game...I can't even put it into words! Nice article however.
dorron  +   977d ago
This game is gonna be LEGEN-wait for it-DARY!
josephayal  +   977d ago
not completely open world but just a lot more freedom
MasterCornholio  +   977d ago
Strange that there is no Wii U version.

I always love Metal Gear and hopefully Rising turns out to be a good game.
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Nyxus  +   977d ago
Rising looks awesome and I'm going to get it for sure, but this is the Metal Gear game I'm looking forward to the most.
nevin1  +   977d ago
I thought the MGS1 took place in 1998?

anyway, @MasterCornholio

Assuming the game is a year away, I can see a Wii U version.
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Nyxus  +   977d ago
MGS1 takes place in 2005 (1998 is the release date). But with MG1 I mean the original 2D game from 1987, on MSX.
Vandamme21  +   977d ago
this game is a prologue to mgs5

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