Archive for posts tagged: Metal Gear Solid

Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes Review


Despite what Hideo Kojima says the Meal Gear Solid series doesn’t plan on giving up the fight anytime soon. With Solid Snake’s journey finally “over” Big Boss takes center stage once again in Ground Zeroes. Filled with many core changes the past performs better than Snake’s future endeavors in this prequel, and in spite of the overall experience being extremely brief it is one worth crawling through. Read More »

Dusty Cartridge Debates: Are Cutscenes Outdated?


There was a time when cut-scenes were deployed to reward the dedicated gamer, offering a glance into graphics of the future while providing the contextualization needed to tell a story. For some its survival has continued to be a source of reward and relaxation, while others complain it’s one of the mediums most outdated traditions. We brought in two of DC’s finest to tackle the issue – is it finally time to let the cut-scene wither into oblivion? Read More »

What Studio Would You Like to See Remake Metal Gear Solid?


The act of remaking any game stands as a large feat and is more than simply adding a coat of new paint and calling it HD. The Metal Gear franchise is no stranger to outside studios with Silicon Knights’ original remake, Metal Gear Solid: The Twin Snakes, for the Nintendo GameCube in 2004, and the more recent spinoff, Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, by Platinum Games. Read More »

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