The MGSVTPP 30 Minute gameplay demo Kojima released has been swimming around the net for a few weeks now. It was a great peek into how the game will look once the finished product hits store shelves (whenever that will be) and offers a glimpse into the TPP story. For those who, like me, enjoy watching MGS trailers and gameplay footy, you can check out a stream at Gamersyde for some 1080p goodness. If, again like me, you also like to have these clips on file, you can download the full video here. Keep in mind that this file is a hefty 6474.18MB aka 6GB+ so make sure you have extra space in your hard drives as well as a decent ISP to download the file. Enjoy.
The 30 Minute long demo of The Phantom Pain gameplay that was shown behind closed doors at the 2014 E3 to select press has been released in a small dose. Here is a 2 minute clip of the Japanese version of Kojima Station where Kojima and company show Snake and his new abilities: (more…)
The Phantom Pain Trailer, which leaked on Monday then officially came out on Tuesday, is now available for fans to download directly. The file, which is 136mb FYI, has a small difference from the initial trailer that Konami/Kojima dropped. It’s missing the initial quote from Mark Twain at the first few seconds into the trailer: (more…)
Kojima has really been doing a good job of getting his MGS fans riled up for THE PHANTOM PAIN. Other than the E3 2014 trailer that’s been viewed by EVERYONE, there have been Tons of pics filtering the net. New ones keep sprouting up every day but here are just some I’ve collected for you guys and gals:
It’s official. The long awaited TPP trailer has been released into the wild. After being leaked yesterday (Monday) it was inevitable that Konami/Kojima would unveil it to the world. Check out the video below:
As E3 drew near the team at Kojima Productions has been taking to Facebook and posting some interesting photos. The first handful are some that we might be familiar with, which have to do with a trailer of The Phantom Pain that was shown at GDC, which describe the reasons for the events leading into TPP in the first place. Each photo has a clear statement: (more…)