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Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes (PS4)

Platform : PlayStation 4
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3.7 out of 5 stars 339 customer reviews

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  • The Power of Fox Engine
  • Introduction to Open World Design
  • Unrestricted Stealth
  • Multiple Missions and Tasks
  • Redesigned Interface
  • Various In-Game Weather Settings
  • True Next Generation Gaming
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  • ASIN: B00I989HJ0
  • Release Date: 21 Mar. 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (339 customer reviews)
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Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes acts as a prologue to Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain and takes place one year after the events of Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker. Assuming control of the legendary Snake (a.k.a. Big Boss), players are charged with the infiltration of Camp Omega where both Paz and Chico are held. The hostages hold key information concerning Snake and his private military organisation that Snake and his ally Kaz Miller must prevent from being exposed. Ground Zeroes charts the rescue and the subsequent fallout that leads into the beginning of the The Phantom Pain. Ground Zeroes also acts as a bridge between previous Metal Gear Solid titles, easing players into the vaunted open world of MGSV.   The Power of the FOX Engine – Ground Zeroes showcases Kojima Productions’ stunning FOX Engine, a true next-generation game engine which revolutionizes the Metal Gear Solid experience. Introduction to Open-World Design – The first Metal Gear Solid title to offer open world gameplay. Ground Zeroes offers total freedom of play: how missions are undertaken is entirely down to the user. Unrestricted Stealth – Imagine classic Metal Gear gameplay but with no restrictions or boundaries. Players use intelligence and cerebral strategy to sneak their way through entire missions, or go in all guns blazing. Each will have different effects on game consequences and advancement. Multiple Missions and Tasks – Ground Zeroes boasts a central story mode and additional side-missions ranging from tactical action, aerial assaults and “covert” stages that will be sure to surprise. Redesigned Interface – Ground Zeroes users will benefit from a clean in-game HUD that shows the minimal amount of on-screen data to give a more intense gaming experience. Various In-Game Weather Settings – Ground Zeroes will test the player in a variety of time and weather environments that will be ce


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It took me 119 minutes to complete the campaign first time round and I got a grade C. In a first for me in 2 decades of gaming, I immediately played the campaign again, this time it took me 90 minutes and I got a grade B. I'm going to keep doing it until I get that elusive S rank - this will probably take a good few hours. MGSV is an excellent game and people really shouldn't get hung up on the main story being potentially very short (you can do it in about 15 minutes if you really thrash about) because the replay value is immense and there are a further 5 missions to complete once you have completed the main story - these can take about an hour if you are being methodical.

The graphics are amazing on the PS4 and the gameplay is fluid and a lot less frustrating than other MGS games, for the price this is a fantastic buy - it also comes with some bonus stuff for next year's Phantom Pain which is nice. Ignore the haters, this is an excellent addition and a real show of next gen power. You've kept us waiting Snake but it was definitely worth while.
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Lets cut to the chase- you want to know if this is worth the money, right?
Are you a completionist who will play a game over and over in order to find all Easter eggs, unlockables, improve your play through, achieve high scores, set records, you like to master the hardest difficulty, you experiment to see what's possible in-game and leave no stone unturned? If so, you can't go wrong with this game, having played it for over 30 hours with plenty left to do, I can confidently say that there is plenty here for you.
Or are you the type of gamer who finishes a game and moves on to the next one, you don't care about unlockables, you don't care about mastering the game, or trying higher difficulties, or competing for high scores, finding Easter eggs etc and you are only here for the story? If so, I wouldn't recommend this game to you.
Whatever side your on, there is no denying the sublime design in this game, being a prologue to the next main entry in the Metal Gear Solid franchise, Phantom Pain, Ground Zeroes perfectly demonstrates how 'Pain has the potential to be one of the best games of all time when it releases. This game seriously puts other open-world titles to shame, the true openness of not only the environment, but the mechanics and gameplay, is what puts it ahead of everything else in my opinion and is a true step forward for open world games.
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By MyKeyReviews TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 28 Mar. 2014
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I can understand why a lot of people felt they had been mugged off, however I personally have had the complete opposite experience.

The graphics are stunning and the gameplay runs very smoothly, combined with the ease of use controls (which I feel has been done very well), makes the game incredibly enjoyable to play.

If you put the amazing graphics, gameplay and all the side missions aside and take a look at just the main story, then this is an EXTREMELY short game; I completed the main mission just under two hours (obviously my first play-through I had no idea where I was going).

You get quite a few minutes of cinematics before and after the main mission, which I thought was thoroughly enjoyable, but it does feel very short in all, so if you're specifically wanting this for the story and nothing else, there is a very big chance you'll be disappointed.

I honestly hope they include Ground Zeros with Phantom Pain, so for those who are only interested in the story don't miss out, though that would mean they would have to wait around a year from the release of this game.

If we look deeper into what this game actually offers as a whole package, then you may actually feel you've got your moneys worth:

You have 6 missions altogether, one which is the main story and the rest are all side missions, these vary from infiltrating and assassinating certain individuals, grabbing classified information or blowing up enemy defences. Some missions are easier than others and whilst it's all based in the same area that's featured in the main game, each mission does feel different:

- Ground Zeros (main story).
- Eliminate the Renegade Threat.
- Intel Operative Rescue.
- Classified Intel Acquisition.
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Snake/ Big Boss.. who? I'm terribly confused by the convoluted back story and names given to characters, but once I started playing it was pretty good fun. Many of my earlier attempts ended in terrible failure (but I found my character's deaths really funny!) since the approaches that work in other games I play just do not work well here. Eventually I learned how to play the game and turned the tables on the games non player characters. I even managed to set a POW up for a summary execution by leaving him where he could be discovered by an enemy soldier (well he was making too much noise and kept alerting the guards when Snake was rescuing someone else). This game does have only a few missions to complete, but you do have a lot of freedom to approach missions differently each time and see how sometimes even subtle changes play out differently. I bought this on a PSN promotion, so I don't feel bad about the amount of repetition when I only have a few missions to choose from. Now that the full length Phantom Pain is for sale, everyone should definitely just go for that title, unless they see Ground Zeroes on another price promotion. For android users, there is a free companion app to use which turns your phone/tablet into a functional iDroid so you don't have to interrupt your gameplay to look at a map, reread a log, call a helicopter etc..

For those who get bored with watching the "cut scenes" which get in the way of having "another go" because Snake just failed again... on the PS4 press and hold the left side of the touch sensitive area on the dual shock controller until you see the menu to skip on. Am I going to buy Phantom Pain? Probably.
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