Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes, the prologue to Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, will give players a good amount of gameplay, according to Kojima Productions.
That box cover, wow!!!
Still hoping for a retail version in the west (for PS4)...
has konami cleared up as to whether UK and EU will get the retail version?
Help fund the Fox Engine, Buy Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes. :D
What does the Fox (engine) Say?!!?!?
I'd like it if the Deja Vu mission, which features a replay of some MGS1 events, had updated graphics instead of the retro style. As there wasn't an MGS1 HD remake it would be nice to see the game with new visuals.
With him asking if another studio could make MGS1 with fox engine I was hoping the same thing.
This game will be identical to size and scope of Peace Walker. Phantom Pain will be like MGS4 I assume.
Several hours of gameplay? It's a paid demo.
think of it like a gran turismo prologue except with a bit more of content .
Peace Walker is no demo, and this game will be as big as that I imagine. Also this could be a great metal gear online
I actually bought the "MGS2 Demo" at Software Etc. back in the day. It was never a retail sale (it came with a PSM/PS Mag) but some game stores were selling the demos.... since it was THAT good. I must have beaten it atleast 50 times and had literally over 40hrs played on it. The best $10 I ever spent.
It was included in Zone of the Enders for me.
Yeah I am not feeling this new approach at money grabbing. However, if it ends up being really good it might be worth the $30?
you should remember how little gameplay MGS4 had :) it was cutscene after cutscene, gameplay was maybe 2-4 hours max
Several hours aka a mission or two from the real game... money grab!
yep. one proper story mission probably lasting about 2 hours or so then little secondary missions set in the same setting just different times of the day
Thats so vague... be more specific of how long we can expect the campaign to be instead of saying it has more than one mission. Just my 5c
Was looking at Konami Styles (was directed there by the other MGSV:GZ article about the freaking $350+ watch), and is this the official GZ box art, or just a placeholder for now? That looks sweet. I would like to get the retail version instead of the digital version.
It seems to be the official box art, for Japan at least. Kojima said he is unsure wether Kaz will appear on the cover in the west, since he isn't as well known here.
That box art is something else. It looks like it would make a mad movie. Why can't devs think of these things???
Honestly don't like how kojima is going with this game.. Why can't we have both games in one CD? Kojima is letting money take over & we all know how that ends..
The reason for this decision is that the development of MGSV is taking a long time due to its scale. I don't think we will see this game before 2015, so Konami must have something for 2014 as well.
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several hours of gameplay... or several hours of cutscenes?
Accidently read seven hours, which would be bad
So we are basically paying for a tutorial for the the main game MGS:PP
Unless Kojima has some Grand plot up his sleeves, basically, yea.
If that includes trekking across empty desert on horseback ala red dead count me out.
No it doesn't, that is gameplay from The Phantom Pain (Afghanistan) what you are referring to. Ground Zeroes will be a lot smaller in scope and take place in Camp Omega (Cuba).
Thanks, silly of me.
Several hours of gameplay? That's just give me more reason to wait a complete package of GZ + PP. So i will get MORE 'several hours of gameplay'.
I wonder if it will be similar in size to the Snake section on the tanker in Mgs2? That level was awesome.
Release it on retail here, or im buying the Ps3 version or importing the PS4 one.....
Ill wait for the "Perfect" edition which will eventually be released with both on the same disc but Ill need more proof of gameplay to sway me more in buying it.....
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