The Phantom Pain is unlike other Metal Gear games | Eurogamer

The dense zaniness that has defined Metal Gear seems to have been largely transposed from the story to your moment to moment actions, and to a vast open world that's surprisingly taut and refined, coursed with rich strategy that plays both on and off the field. Metal Gear Solid 5 is a different type of open world game, then, and a different type of Metal Gear game. After playing through a chunk of the Phantom Pain's campaign, there's every reason to think that Kojima's last entry in the series may well be his best yet.

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greenmiker1209d ago

Very positive impressions by eurogamer. I can't wait to play the game!

camel_toad1209d ago (Edited 1209d ago )

Im gonna have to plow through Until Dawn to make sure I have an empty palette for MGS. My favorite series of all time is about to have its grand finale.

mhunterjr1208d ago

I've always enjoyed Metal Gear games, but felt like some of the it's gameplay systems were a bit of a chore...

I've watched enough video on this to see that this game is damn near flawless... Man there are too many good game coming out in the 2nd half of this year!

AntiZeal0t1208d ago

Need For Speed, Black Ops 3, Fallout 4, Rise of the Tomb Raider and Battlefront all in a 2 week span. I'm sorry, poor wallet :')

Dabigsiebowski1208d ago

Yeah poor wallet especially when they decide to take the servers offline in a few years. That's really gonna sting!