Woah: Hideo Kojima leaving Konami after ‘Metal Gear Solid 5’
Ain’t No Country for Old AAA Developers no more.
‘Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain’ dropping worldwide on September 1
Whoops! Looks like a video leaked of Hideo Kojima confirming an MGSV:TPPLMNO release date of September 1, 2015.
‘Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain’ dropping in 2015
Kojima has confirmed that MGS5 is dropping next year. It’s the latest in a slew of confirmations for 2015. Phew. At least we know when this console generation is actually getting started. A bit touch and go there for a while. The Powers That Be had us thinking 2014, but one by one the big titles pulled out. Leaving us with bullshit half-fried up-ports like Watch_Douche and Destiny: Halo Unevolved.
Game Informer’s March Cover = ‘METAL GEAR SOLID V.’
Solid Snake. Naw, that’s not it. Liquid Snake? Don’t think so. What the fuck is Big Boss-Snake called? Phallic Snake? Flaccid Snake? Calling a Metal Gear guru to help me out. While you’re attending to my stupidity, I’ll be basking in the MGS V artwork that is adorning March’s Game Informer.
Hit the jump to join me.
‘METAL GEAR SOLID 5: THE PHANTOM PAIN’ TRAILER: Makes me want to PUNISH my SNAKE
Get it? Because his name is Punished Snake? Oh, blame The Faux Bot. He told me to use it. (I do like it a lot.)
Press Start: Death of The Three-Headed Monkey
You know what sucks? Devices that aren’t perpetually connected to the Internet. And do you know who sucks? That’s right, the kind of pricks that don’t have flawless connections and maybe even live in rural areas. I mean, seriously, where the fuck do those guys get off? This, ladies and gentlemen, is the future of video game customer relations, courtesy of Microsoft. Prepare your anus, and start saving for that PS4, because Microsoft are so unbelievably cool that they don’t even want your business. Yeah, #dealwithit.