MGS 5: Phantom Pain is "Hundreds of Times Larger."

Discussion in 'Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain' started by heavensdevil, Jan 3, 2014.

  1. Claptrap

    Claptrap New Member

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    Agree. The gameplay is fun and still holds up in both MGS2 and MGS3. The only problem with the collection is the lack of Metal Gear Solid 1... but it's better than nothing. People without PS3s are still screwed out of MGS4. However, Metal Gear Solid 5 is a sequel to Peace Walker (MGS3 > Portable Ops, which apparently wasn't important > Peace Walker > Ground Zeroes & MGS5, as far as I know) which IS included so it's definitely worth playing before Ground Zeroes and MGS5 release.
     
  2. thedoodseven

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    Speaking of this, a friend of mine gave to me MGS HD collection for PS3 as a gift for helping him out with something involving the PSN. Yeah, no MGS1!!!! Hahahaha. I don't mind buying it again. Anyway, yeah, agreed. You gotta play ALL the MGS games before Ground Zeroes and MGS5 'cuz it wouldn't make sense. And yes, agreed too on MGS2 and 3. The gameplay in those games still hold up to this day. Re-played a bit of MGS2 HD and yes, IT STILL ROCKS. And must you ask, I got MGS4 too.
     
  3. marthyrocks

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    Agreed man. The old MGS games still hold to age. It might have some outdated elements but still, the games rock. So with MGSV, this may show us the true scale of the MGS. Cannot wait!