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The great thing about most stealth games is their choice of third person perspective offering you a 360 degree view of the world around you so you can be sure that there's no hidden nasties prepared to pop up on you when you least expect it. But real life tactical espionage soldiers don't have that benefit of a third person perspective, instead they're stuck with normal, boring, first person view, that's why one modder decided to mod a first person view into Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes.
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The new update for Metal Gear Solid Ground V: Zeroes is now available on PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One. This new update gives each console access to the others exclusive content. PlayStation players will gain access to the Jamais-Vu mission, and Xbox players will gain access to the Déjà-Vu mission.
The latest sales numbers are in of Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes and across all the platforms and, not counting the digital downloads, the game has sold 1 million copies, Konami has revealed.
This week in the UK gaming charts there's no change in the top three with Sucker Punch's inFamous: Second Son gripping onto first place, Konami's Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes in second, and EA's Titanfall in third.
Although Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes was only released yesterday here in the UK, the digital version of the game for the PlayStation 4 has already received a price drop. The boxed version of the game still costs £29.99 but the downloadable version now cost £24.99. This price drop has only effected the European network store at the moment, with all other regions prices unaffected.
Gamers are preparing to jump back in to the shoes of big boss in Metal Gear Solid V Ground Zeroes so to keep the excitement building Konami released the launch trailer for the game. Our review of the game went live yesterday and can be read here.
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The release of Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes is edging closer and closer. On March 21st gamers will be introduced to the prologue of the next part of the popular series. Ground Zeroes will put players in control of Big Boss as he infiltrates an American Black Site in order to rescue a couple of HVT (High Value Targets).
At least that's what creator, director, and all-round eccentric visionary Hideo Kojima has claimed in a recent press interview. The decision to split the fifth installment of the venerable stealth series had left a few fans scratching their heads, especially upon hearing the news that Ground Zeroes could potentially be finished in a couple of hours, but Kojima has admitted that dividing the game "wasn't necessarily a strategic move."
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Over recent months, the team behind Hideo Kojima's next installment in the renowned tactical action saga Metal Gear Solid have brought us an abundance of fresh, franchise-refining features and an entire smörgåsbord of interactive possibilities with the development of the fifth major chapter in the title, The Phantom Pain, along with its soon to be released prequel Ground Zeroes.
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Right now the Tokyo Games Show is well under way and those attending the show and watching the live stream would have witnessed some gameplay footage of Metal Gear Solid 5 narrated by no other than Hideo Kojima. You can wait said trailer above, but unless you can understand Japanese.
As I sit and count the minutes until my copy of the Metal Gear Legacy collection turns up, I start getting myself into the zone. To think, soon I will be able to re-live the whole Metal Gear story on one system and in HD. It's prefect come to think about but it also gets me thinking about the next game in the series.