Metal Gear Solid 6 is on every concerned fans mind right now. Konami still owns the IP after Kojima’s departure from the company. And from there past actions, it isn’t hard to guess Konami doesn’t care about its gaming division as much as it 10 years ago. However, a recent trademark filing sparked speculations about Metal Gear Solid 6’s release. So are we finally getting MGS 6? Is Konami working on another installment to the franchise? Well, it is hard to say at this point but it seems highly unlikely and here’s why. A Twitter user discovered a trademark for Metal Gear Solid. This could mean many things including Metal Gear Solid 6, Metal Gear Solid Remake, Metal Gear Solid Collection for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. But the situation becomes clearer when placing this trademark alongside the recently released PlayStation Classic. PlayStation Classic is the second coming of PlayStation One. It comes with a number of classic PlayStation One games and as we know, … [Read more...] about Are We Finally Getting Metal Gear Solid 6?
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Even though my diminutive frame doesn’t quite fit inside the cardboard box, the armed guard patrolling the locker room fails to notice me as he walks his patrol route. Nor does the guard spot the nine other people hiding in the locker room. The three women in the lockers. The two men behind the stainless steel table. The four others also hiding in cardboard boxes and also hardly concealed. To be frank, the guard is miserable at his job, but that’s fitting, I suppose, for a real-life recreation of Metal Gear Solid. Part escape-room, part laser tag, the IRL adaptation is the latest project to open at Tokyo’s Mystery Circus, a multi-floor entertainment space that specializes in what I can only describe as interactive theater. On other floors, players solve murder mysteries or escape a Godzilla attack. But me and my two teammate, we’re focused on infiltrating Shadow Moses, recreated as a handful of interconnected rooms filled with puzzles and one human guard. Teams … [Read more...] about What it’s like to play real-world Metal Gear Solid in Tokyo
Back once more, we return to check out another batch of the week’s very best gaming deals from around the wild, wild, web. Let’s take a look. As usual, we’ve got deals that’ll work in the UK, deals that’ll work in the US and some deals that will work in both the UK and US, as well as presumably many other places. Let’s get started. UK & US Deals At this point, you have a matter of hours left to be in with a chance of winning over £380 of SteelSeries stuff. To be in with a chance of winning, head to the link below and you can enter. Win a big box of SteelSeries gear with Jelly Deals The boys are back, this time in full on personal computer style. Right now, you can buy yourself a ticket to the royal road trip that is Final Fantasy 15 on PC for £27.99 (around $33). Final Fantasy 15 Windows Edition for £27.99 from Green Man Gaming As much as I am a notorious Metal Gear Solid series fan, it’s been almost impossible to ignore the … [Read more...] about This week’s best gaming deals: Metal Gear Solid 5, Red Dead Redemption, Xbox One X bundles, and more
Konami’s Metal Gear Survive quickly hits players with a reason to pay extra money on top of the game’s $39.99 asking price by restricting the number of character save slots. Players have access to just one slot, while three additional character slots are locked behind an in-game currency purchase. Naturally, that in-game purchase isn’t sitting well with some Metal Gear fans. And it’s not the only questionable Metal Gear Survive microtransaction either. The game is replete with ways to spend small amounts of money. Purchasing additional character save slots in Metal Gear Survive requires spending SV Coins, the game’s unique currency. Konami is selling those coins in batches as small as 100 (for $0.99) up to 6,000 (for $49.99). Unlocking an additional save slot requires dropping 1,000 SV Coins, which means you’ll have to pay roughly $10. (And if you do pay $9.99, you’ll get 1,150 SV Coins. There’s no option to just buy a nice, round 1,000 … [Read more...] about Metal Gear Survive’s extra character save slots cost $10
With the debut of Metal Gear Survive, one of gaming’s longest-running franchises closes the book on one era and begins a new one. For nearly three decades, Metal Gear held a unique place among video game sagas. The series debuted in 1987 as the brainchild of a young designer by the name of Hideo Kojima, and — with just a few exceptions — Kojima shepherded each entry through the years. Unfortunately, Kojima underwent a messy divorce from Metal Gear publisher Konami toward the end of development on 2016’s Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain, and the two have parted ways. So as Metal Gear embarks on its post-Kojima journey with a multiplayer survival game that bears little meaningful connection to the long-running tale of Solid Snake, Big Boss and the lumbering nuclear missile robots for which the series is named, I took the opportunity to go back over all 21 official Metal Gear games that Konami has released in America through the years, ranking them from worst … [Read more...] about Ranking the Metal Gear series