We only got a glimpse of Kojima Productions first attempt at a open world stealth game in Metal Gear Solid 5: Ground Zeroes. But believe me, Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain is much, much bigger than that. After spending 12 hours with the near-final game, I'm impressed by just how much there is to the next chapter in the Metal Gear series. It has near endless ways to tackle a scenario, an arsenal of weapons, gear, and a home base to develop from the ground up. The enemies are fun to fight, choke, slam, and disarm. And, most importantly, every completed mission and resource gathered contributes to the bigger whole, since you re-build Snake's world one piece at a time.