Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain Features
From Metal Gear Solid 5 to Metal Gear: Ghost Babel, we rank every game in the Metal Gear series.
In the wake of The Definitive Edition announcement, we look back on Hideo Kojima's final act at Konami and wonder why a major piece of the story is still on the cutting room floor.
Won't Mr. Kojima be surprised when he gets back from vacation?
Update: Konami says Kojima is simply "on vacation".
Steve Tramer returns to talk Shadowrun Hong Kong and the delay of Persona 5, with Kat musing on Xenoblade Chronicles X and ranting about Destiny: The Taken King.
Metal Gear Solid V puts the power of Snake's iDroid in the palm of your hand. But is it worth the extra effort?
Or: Snake and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day
Snake's wonderful pet is yet another example of Metal Gear Solid V's commendable attention to detail.
The omission of Hideo Kojima's name could be the last in a long line of corporate insults hurled at Metal Gear Solid's creator.
As another E3 passes us by, how the rest of the year will pan out in light of what we know?
After two straight days of playing the newest installment of Hideo Kojima's long-running stealth series, Bob returns with great news for fans and non-fans of Metal Gear alike.
The creator of Metal Gear Solid and Konami have seem to had a falling out.
Freedom alone does not a great game make. Here are four upcoming titles that could shake things up.
10 years after its release, Hideo Kojima's unexpected foray into the '60s remains his series' finest hour.
Hideo Kojima's latest creation expands upon the greatest ideas from past installments, all while making them more accessible than ever.
One is making Metal Gear Solid 5, another Volume. Both discuss the current state of stealth with Eurogamer's Wesley Yin-Poole.
And yet, Metal Gear Solid V definitely demonstrates the personality of creator Hideo Kojima... both for better and for worse.
Is the Metal Gear series throwing away its heritage and personality by latching onto concepts from more successful games? Or is it all part of Hideo Kojima's master plan?
The next Metal Gear sequel looks to embody the series' strengths and flaws alike, and that's what makes it so appealing.