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The Metal Gear series has sold over 56.9 million copies

The Metal Gear series has sold more than 56.9 million copies as of the end of December 2020.

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Nyxus263d ago

Now if only they would do a re-release for current gen systems.

CrimsonWing69263d ago

It’s a hell of a series... except for V, but man I remember when Snake Eater came out. It really made me start looking at games differently like more than just being “gamey”. Awesome Intro and a hell of story. The end when the flowers turn from white to red, just mwah!

Nyxus263d ago

It certainly has some amazing moments. MGS4 is my favorite but they're all great.

Z501263d ago

GZ & PP had the best gameplay though.

CrimsonWing69263d ago

Oh, I won’t argue with you there and I’d say the beginning was pretty fantastic.

Problem is the game was unfinished and they rushed it out as such. I was not a fan of repeating missions and the ridiculous “open world” that was so barren and had me running for 5 minutes to get to an objection point.

There’s bits and parts I liked with V, but it pales in comparison to my experience with 1-4.

LucasRuinedChildhood263d ago (Edited 263d ago )

Depends on how you look at it, tbh. The first 4 games had far better and more memorable level design, boss fights and set pieces. MGS5 feels and plays a bit better than MGS4 but it's missing so much of what made the previous games fun to me. Even Peace Walker had lots of mech boss fights. I always thought they were saving the interesting boss designs for MGS5.

MGS5 feels like a series of side missions where almost EVERYTHING that can happen is system based. MGS4 was very system-based (particularly Act 1 and Act 2 where you can fight alongside the militia and gain their favour) but had lots of insane scripted events and distinct acts/chapters as well.

MGS5's open world was also quite hollow, and making your way to missions and repeatedly going back to Mother Base was a pain sometimes. I've never met anyone in real life who wasn't disappointed by MGS5, and I think that goes beyond the unfinished story.