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Submitted by Scholla 698d ago | opinion piece

Metal Gear Solid V: Lost in the translation

Pax East 2013: Hideo Kojima finally admits to his involvement in ‘The Phantom Pain’ which he confirmed is his work and is completely named ‘Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain’ which many already guessed it would be, however with Kojima already announcing his upcoming title ‘Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes’ many were left confused. Somewhere something got lost in the translation.

Even with all the clarifications I feel there is still questions. (Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, PS3, Xbox 360)

Update Oops! I meant GDC 2013.

topgun33  +   699d ago
I totally agree with the author of this article. I am excited but also confused with what Kojima is doing. If they are indeed separate (two parts of the same game) but released at the different times-I hope that I only have to pay full price once-and then receive either a download code for the second part or the disk for free. I hope they decide to release everything on one Blu-ray for the PS3 and two or three disks for the xbox360
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