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MGSV: Snake’s Blood Stains Will Remain During Your Gameplay And Won’t Disappear

Even though Konami removed Hideo Kojima’s name from MGSV, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, but still he continues to provide new info concerning the game.

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Player1241221d ago

It's really cool that blood will be an important aspect of the game instead of just being something that already exists or for adding gore. I like how MGSV is turning out really.

HaydenJameSmith1221d ago (Edited 1221d ago )

Yeah I saw earlier in the Gamescom Demo that if you want to remove it you'll have to return to Motherbase and take a shower. Lol. I love how hyper realistic MGS games get...

@crazychris
Yeah that'd be pretty cool too.

Player1241221d ago

I know it was so cool how they done that and made blood so real. It's amazing I didn't even know how to express it in the title. haha

crazychris41241221d ago

I wonder if the rain will wash away some of it too

Mostafeto1221d ago

If the rain can wash it away then this game should get an award. :D

Ahytys1221d ago (Edited 1221d ago )

If I'm not mistaken they said the rain washes aways the stains in the gamescom mother base video!

EDIT: I can't seem to find it, but I'm sure I've heard it somewhere, maybe another gameplay video from gamescom... does anyone else remember that?

AlphaKennyOne1221d ago

The blood will probably show up during cutscenes as well. The level of detail in this game blows my mind.

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ReZoN1221d ago

Kojima going all out with this one.

Player1241221d ago

They should and it is looking amazing.

Magicite1221d ago

Too bad Konami are leaving him out.

Neixus1221d ago

Biggest reason Konami is firing him, is because he went much higher over budget to create the game, he wants his last MGS game to be the perfect one.

Mostafeto1221d ago

They fired him but still kept several concepts that he introduced into the game and worked on them till they made them true. Which is really sad for Kojima since I think if he had been still with Konami this game could have been even better than it is supposed to be.

flyingwombat331221d ago

@mosta My understanding is that he finished the game with them... Even if not, in a 5 year dev cycle, leaving in the last 5 months would mostly mean his missed debug--which is a bummer, but it's still his game through and through.

C L O U D1221d ago

I always hated it when games will wash it away automatically...this is welcoming however

Mostafeto1221d ago

Yep especially when you have fought like 20 opponents and blood was spilled all over the ground and you are walking like you just got out of a beauty salon. TOTALLY ANNOYING

C L O U D1221d ago

Exactly!

Hopefully this may become a recurring feature in future games from now on

Concertoine1221d ago (Edited 1221d ago )

I remember in Perfect Dark Zero, a 360 launch game, when the bodies and broken armor stayed on the map after death. Thought: yeah, this is gonna be a standard in next gen!

Sonyslave31221d ago

Little by little starting to see next gen gameplay 1st with crack down 3 and now MGSV.

Mostafeto1221d ago

Crackdown 3 did what COD and battlefield couldn't which is have a 100% destructible world during multilayer. This game and most will set new standards for big franchise debs.

objdadon1221d ago (Edited 1221d ago )

Crackdown looks like a cartoon. And yes, you can level everything as long as there are are other Xboxes connected online. However, blowing $h!t up is only fun the first few times. After that, it's all about the gameplay, which I saw none at all from crackdown.

just_looken1221d ago

I guess 0 people played on a ps3 or original xbox.

Crackdown 3 is a old old old old game concept wise mercenaries 2 had more destruction more content and was way better.

https://youtu.be/Jsr9rGGJ7K...

Hell red fraction anyone?

next gen game my ass mgsv is the only real next gen game with new fresh innovative ideas.

Sonyslave31221d ago

I have 2x PS3 and none of those game is doing what Crackdown 3 is doing.

Crack down3 physic is next gen MGSV blood thing is small feat compare to fully physics base City destruction and the debris won't disappear.

Sonyslave31221d ago

Notice how none of those buildings interact with each other like in crack down 3.

SUCKxITxEZ1221d ago

@Sonyslave3 - actually they do. If you knock one building into another it will break the other building in red faction. They even had a light cover system that let you snap to walls and peices of buildings that where large enough.

Der_Kommandant1221d ago (Edited 1221d ago )

Oh man, i need a new Mercenary game in my life :'(

and Sonyslave, Crackdown buildings look like they're built from legos, zero effects, zero dust, just things falling apart.

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PhoenixUp1221d ago

MGSV is still cross gen though

Irishguy951221d ago

Yet more impressive than almost every next gen game

Neixus1221d ago (Edited 1221d ago )

Maybe because Microsoft owns one of the hugest server farms in the world? Crackdown is an impressive feat, but this game has more to it rather than just being a tech demo like Crackdown.

Sonyslave31221d ago

Crack down 3 is full fledge game not a tech demo.

Neixus1221d ago

@sonyslave3

For me, it looks like they spent all their resources on destruction. The rest looks like some typical xbox live arcade game.

Zero1091221d ago

But MGSV is coming to last gen... So all this was already possible. This really ian't anything new or next gen. Now the cloud computing for Crackdown 3 is next gen.

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scark921221d ago

We know this, because if you keep it there Ocelot will shame you in front of your men!

DarkOcelet1221d ago

You're damn right I will!

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