Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain finally released yesterday and developer Hideo Kojima has released a video on YouTube discussing exactly how much the series has meant to him over the past few years and thanking fans for their continuous support. The legendary developer also apologized for the fact that the game had taken so long to release but that the extra time has allowed him to create something that he feels is incredibly special.
the phantom pain
Say it isn’t so — things seemed to be going so well! Japanese superstar game developer Hideo Kojima was about to enter new territory with Silent Hills, a hotly anticipated new game in the Silent Hill series and believed by most to be the shot in the arm the ailing franchise needs. The fifth game in his signature Metal Gear Solid series, The Phantom Pain, is also on track to debut this fall on PS4. Could he really be leaving?
Gamescom kicked off in a large way with an absolute wealth of information to take in on day one, including exclusives galore from both the Microsoft and Sony conference. Here’s the highlights, news and trailers in condensed forms for anyone who couldn’t keep up to date with the information overload!
E3 2014: BIG BOSS IS BACK AND BADDER THAN EVER IN METAL GEAR SOLID V: THE PHANTOM PAIN
Despite Konami and Kojima announcing that Big Boss would be played by 24 actor, Kiefer Sutherland, it seems that David Hayter may indeed reprise his role as David, aka Solid Snake.