Metal Gear Solid is a strange series, so it makes sense that advertising for the latest entry would want to have a little fun. Like this new Japanese ad for Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, which features the kind of wedding ceremony only MGS could inspire. Try not to get too emotional after the jump.
Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain's September 1 worldwide release date is fast approaching, and reviews have been rolling in even faster. Many sites are giving Hideo Kojima's latest entry the highest of marks, and Famitsu gave it a rare perfect score of 40/40 from its stable of reviewers. Get ready for action with the launch trailer after the jump.
It's been 28 years since the first Metal Gear game, so the series has had plenty of time to develop an impressive timeline. PlayStation Japan shared a new promo for Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain that doubles as an exploration of the MGS series' history with PlayStation. Watch as classic Solid footage builds up to a tease of the upcoming conclusion after the jump.
The new trailer wasn't the only Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain footage to come out of this week's Gamescom 2015 event. Konami also shared a big chunk of gameplay in a demo video, showing Mother Base and other features of the upcoming console and PC entry. Hit the jump to watch.
The latest trailer for Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain made its debut at Gamescom 2015, previewing more of the next entry's cinematics and open-world gameplay after the jump.
If you were looking forward to playing Metal Gear Online when Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain launches on September 1, you'll have to push that excitement back a bit. Konami announced a delay for the online component of Hideo Kojima's massive new game, lining MGO up for consoles on October 6, followed by PC in January 2016. More after the jump.
The HATSUNE MIKU x TETSUYA NOMURA collaboration that was screened at Hatsune Miku art exhibition "Universal Positivity"@Wallplay last fall as a part of HATSUNE MIKU EXPO 2014 in New York is taking 3D form as the Square Enix Variant Play Arts Kai figure lines adapts the work of their noted designer. More after the jump.
Despite all the mess behind the scenes—including the recent removal of the Kojima Productions logo from the box art—Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain is getting closer and closer to launch. Hideo Kojima unveiled the final Japanese poster for the hotly-anticipated game, showcasing Snake and Quiet absolutely drenched in blood. See the full image after the jump.
As nice as it was to see the latest Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain trailer directed and edited by series mastermind Hideo Kojima, it's even better to soak in some pure gameplay. See 40 minutes of the next sprawling entry in the E3 2015 gameplay demo after the jump.
Konami unveiled the Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain E3 trailer, directed and edited by Hideo Kojima. See what he cooked up for what seems to be his last hurrah with Konami after the jump.
When Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain hits Europe, Australia, and New Zealand it will be available in a special limited edition bundle that packs in a slick deep red 500GB PlayStation 4 with gold line detail, modeled after Snake's Bionic Arm. The Dualshock 4 controller is unique too, sporting a metallic grey casing inspired by Snake's handgun. Pics and more past the break.
With E3 a week away, mastermind Hideo Kojima has posted a new visual for Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain featuring the art of Pablo Uchida. Get a look after the jump.
Konami may be in troubled times, but at least Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain is still coming out, right? If you missed its prologue, Ground Zeroes, or just want to grab it again, the PlayStation 4 version is part of June's free games lineup for PlayStation Plus subscribers. Hit the jump for more.
Following November's Venom Snake and February's Skull Face, Square Enix is continuing to introduce the cast of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain to their line of Play Arts Kai figures with this month's Quiet. Hyping this May release, Gear mastermind Hideo Kojima, with the help of series art director and figure supervisor Yoji Shinkawa show off some of the sniper's attributes. Get a look after the jump.
Fans have been taking note of recent corporate reshuffling over at Konami in the weeks leading up to the start of the new fiscal year in Japan. Most glaring is the removal of connections to Metal Gear Solid mastermind Hideo Kojima, who is no longer listed as Executive Content Officer on the latest executive appointment form. Read on for more.