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1:51 PM on 08.13.2014

Hideo Kojima not keen on remaking his previous games

Considering most of the Metal Gear Solid games have been re-released in various fashions over the years, it's surprising that Hideo Kojima isn't too keen on remaking his older games. When asked at Konami's Metal Gear Solid V ...

Alasdair Duncan



Both Metal Gear Solid V entries are coming to Steam photo
Both Metal Gear Solid V entries are coming to Steam
by Chris Carter

[Update: Konami has confirmed this news live at its gamescom conference. No release dates were given.]

For years, Metal Gear Solid fans have been asking director Hideo Kojima if and Konami would bring the games to PC. Traditionally the series has been a mostly console-only affair, but with Metal Gear Rising we saw that maybe the publisher was changing its mind in regards to the platform.

Well, if a listing on the official UK Konami site is to be believed, both Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes and The Phantom Pain will be coming to Steam. When the former is arriving isn't quite known, but the latter will likely launch alongside of the console versions, if not slightly after.

This is great news for PC fans who have always wanted to give the series a go. Ground Zeroes is also perfect Steam sale material if you're on the fence.

Konami UK [Konami via NeoGAF]

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12:52 PM on 08.12.2014

Snake can hide in a PS4 box in Metal Gear Solid V

Snake loves hiding in cardboard boxes, you know. And it sure looks like our hero's favorite disguise will be incredibly, uh, versatile (?) in Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. 

Kyle MacGregor

7:00 AM on 08.06.2014

MGS V: Ground Zeros on PS4 outsells Xbox One version 3 to 1

Konami has announced results for its fiscal quarter ending June 30, revealing Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes sales on PlayStation 4 trebled those of the Xbox One release. It isn't all that surprising, though. The...

Kyle MacGregor

1:00 AM on 08.01.2014

Nendoroid Solid Snake comes with a low-poly head

I've never gotten into Nendoroid, but after seeing that Wind Waker Link figure and now this Solid Snake one, all I can say is "send help" -- it's happening sooner than later. The key features here, in my book, are the alterna...

Jordan Devore

1:00 PM on 07.31.2014

Konami livestreaming new Metal Gear Solid V gameplay at gamescom

It's looking like gamescom 2014 will be a pretty exciting show. With many of the big hitters set to unveil their new products, we've certainly got a lot to look forward to next month. Now, we've got another publisher ready to...

Alessandro Fillari

2:00 PM on 07.18.2014

Kojima makes a statement about nuclear warfare with MGS V's Mother Base

Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain's Mother Base will serve as more than just a center of operations for Snake; it'll double as a launching pad for Hideo Kojima to make poignant statements about the cycle of war. According ...

Brett Makedonski

3:00 PM on 07.10.2014

Wow, this sure is a speculative in-depth analysis of MGS V's Mother Base

What do we know about Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain's Mother Base thus far? Not a whole lot. We had an E3 presentation that contained parts of it, but not really anything concrete yet. Anything else is pure speculatio...

Brett Makedonski

2:00 PM on 06.28.2014

Hollywood loves the E3 trailer for Metal Gear Solid V

It should go without saying that Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain had a great showing at E3. Not only was the official trailer a stellar piece of work, and a big indication of how grim the game will be, but the 30-minute ...

Alessandro Fillari



The 5 best parts from the E3 demo of MGS V: The Phantom Pain photo
The 5 best parts from the E3 demo of MGS V: The Phantom Pain
by Max Scoville

Sure, you could go watch the whole half-hour demo of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain we saw at E3, but then you don't get to look at my pretty face. 

Also, an animal shows up at the end of this video! Can you guess what it is? 

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3:45 PM on 06.20.2014

Metal Gear Solid V's E3 showing minus the hour of fluff

Konami posted its behind closed doors E3 demo that was the basis for my E3 preview and broken cynicism. But it did so as part of a two hour long thing with interviews and cuts away from the action. This is the straight, uninterrupted gameplay. And it's worth watching again, isn't it? 

Steven Hansen







Watch the entire Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain E3 2014 demo here photo
Watch the entire Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain E3 2014 demo here
by Chris Carter

After months of seeing cryptic Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain videos come and go from YouTube after Konami removes them, we now have a gigantic official look at the game compliments of Konami's official YouTube. The video is actually the full E3 demo that Steven got a chance to see last week.

The entire presentation is roughly two hours long, and if you just want pure gameplay, skip over to the 50 minute mark. Once the demo starts the overview will be in English -- I don't want to spoil much, so have at it!

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4:30 PM on 06.18.2014

You can finally see the Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain E3 gameplay tomorrow

Starting tomorrow bright and early at 6 AM (3 AM PST), you can head over to Konami's official Japanese site to watch a presentation by the illustrious Hideo Kojima himself showcasing the Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain d...

Brittany Vincent



Our personal game of the show picks for E3 2014 photo
Our personal game of the show picks for E3 2014
by Steven Hansen

You saw our E3 2014 Game of the Show. It was Metal Gear Solid V. Saved you a click. 

Now, it's a good one. In fact, I wrote about why it was our Game of the Show in that very post you just didn't click. But E3 was full of games like I'm full of curry. And Destructoid is an island of misfit toys sort of collection of miscreants, not a hive mind. So let's see what tickled everyone else's earlobes this year. 

And, hey, now you can tell like 20 different people why they're wrong about games instead of just one! 

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These were the best trailers of E3 2014 photo
These were the best trailers of E3 2014
by Brett Makedonski

That's another E3 in the books. After months of speculation as to what gaming's most important convention might hold, four quick days clear everything up. In a way, it almost feels criminally short given everything that's on display at the show.

While it's impossible to personally see everything at E3, publishers always put their best foot forward by releasing new trailers for almost the entirety of their portfolio. It's a handy practice, as it's a nice marketing tactic to give the world a controlled glimpse of their games.

It's important to remember that trailers need to be taken with a grain of salt. They might accurately portray the title. Rather, they may eventually completely misrepresent the game entirely. Regardless of what the future holds for each, these were the trailers that best captured our attention last week.

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2:30 PM on 06.12.2014

Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain sheep heist screens

Remember all the cool things I was telling you about Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain? Here they are, but as pictures instead of words. The highlight is the sheep. Between this and replayed Catherine last week, I'm having...

Steven Hansen