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New MGS5

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  • It wasn't a sneaking game when Kojima's team was working on it either. It was basically a hack and slash then as well.

    Rising has never been a true Metal Gear game as Kojima was never directly involved in its creation.

    If you bred HK-47, Shale, Chai Ka and Wrex, the gaming world would explode from sheer badassery.

  • I think that the new game will be set before MGS3 , maybe telling the story of The Boss. Anyway, its always great imagining complex stuff .

  • Like I said, I think Bayonetta and DMC fans are gonna enjoy this title much more than MGS fans.

    As for the real mgs5, personally I don't want them to go backwards, even if I think Snake is the greatest game hero ever, merely because I love the technological aspect. Controlling a mech or a super ninja, that's where I want this series headed.

    But in my oppinion, Kojima has to make a new hero. I don't care about Raiden, and I believe the man who made Snake, the Boss, and Ocelot is more than capable.

    KAMINA-01-1.jpg Kamina image by lokwokcheung Suda51 Group


  • Originally, I just wanted to see more of Snake too. But the more I think of it, endlessly revisiting that finnished story won't really improve it. If anything, it'll cheapen it. I think we just need to trust Kojima can do it again with a different tale.

    KAMINA-01-1.jpg Kamina image by lokwokcheung Suda51 Group


  • As a sequel...I don't know about this.  I love these characters, and the last scene in MGS 4 tied everything together unlike anything I've ever seen in a game.  I wouldn't mind a prequel, though.

    P.S. I know this post is kind of pointless because of Ground Zeroes, but this was how I felt before.

    1 Peter 3:15 (NASB): "But sanctify Christ as Lord in your hearts, always being ready to make a defense to everyone who asks you to give an account for the hope that is in you, yet with gentleness and reverence."

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