Top
130°

Replayability: Why Kojima Thinks Ground Zeroes Has Legs

While Ground Zeroes is about £10 more expensive than Journey, the game looks to offer players far more replayability – and more importantly, a well crafted and enjoyable open world experience. The main mission may be unbelievably short, but thankfully, there is much more to the game than just that. Ground Zeroes contains five additional missions aside from the main campaign, as well as many side activities and story trinkets to be found throughout the game’s world.

Yet according to Kojima, these extra missions aren’t necessarily the main reasons to buy Ground Zeroes.

Read Full Story >>
godisageek.com
The story is too old to be commented.
MilkMan2310d ago

Id love to smoke the kush Kojima must have his hands on. LMFAO!

hankmoody2310d ago

No way am I buying this. Wait long enough and you'll get the whole thing as one combined edition for much cheaper.

WeAreLegion2310d ago

I think this is something all gamers can get behind. We need to show publishers that we hate greed.

Greysturm2310d ago

I dont know why people are up in arms about this. Its the same thing as every other game, you want to play whats new its gonna come with a higher price than if you buy it later.

Some people are willing to pay because to them any experience available now is better than no experience for a year or more, regardless of the price.

No_Limit2310d ago

"Yet according to Kojima, these extra missions aren’t necessarily the main reasons to buy Ground Zeroes"

Com on this is getting silly. The main reason why this game is being sold at $30 ($40 before the generous price drop /S) is because Konami needed something to make them money before the real MGSV is released, which is a way off. Castlevania II sure ain't going to get it done. That is the bottom line.

Sharingan_no_Kakashi2310d ago

True lol. I'm still gonna get it though.

NYC_Gamer2310d ago

Konami are going to milk MGS dry since its the only huge franchise they have left

WeAreLegion2310d ago

"While Ground Zeroes is about £10 more expensive than Journey, the game looks to offer players far more replayability – and more importantly, a well crafted and enjoyable open world experience."

Don't get me wrong. I love Metal Gear Solid.

However, that sentence is a massive insult. Journey has TONS of replayability. My first run-through took a little under four hours, since I explored a bit. Since then, I've played it many times over. It's great helping new players learn how to find things. You can also distract the creatures, so the other players reach safety without losing bits of their robes. Journey is a masterpiece.

Show all comments (15)
The story is too old to be commented.