Metal Gear: NANOMACHINES, SON.

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Mete wrote:Kojima was on stage at TGA wearing a shirt that said "tjugoandra den sjätte" which is Swedish for twentysecond of the sixth, or June 22nd. Which obviously lead to people rumoring it to be TPP's release date.
sounds like a kojima thing to do
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Ground Zeroes is out on PC. It's 33% off until the 20th, or 13,39 Euros/dollars.

Here's a port report:

http://community.pcgamingwiki.com/page/ ... eroes-r168

I'm going to buy it tomorrow. I just need to finish PW, I'm up to chapter 4 so far.
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Wasn't it just a glorified demo? I've heard it's incredibly short.

Peacewalker is my second favorite in the series, after mgs3. There's just so much content. You'll finish the game only to go back and try
on harder difficulty to get all the collectible stuff. There's so much hidden equipment and gear there.
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Right, I finished the main story part of Peace Walker. I'm not going to do all of the extra stuff there is, though fighting Paz/ZEKE would be neat. I just read that part of the story from the Wiki and will now go ahead and play Ground Zeroes.

That ending though. It was a bit uh, cheesy and weird.
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Jamais Vu was fun right until that part where you have to shoot everybody.
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If you thought the ending of PW was the cheesiest thing, you must have missed the optional stuff. Theres hidden content too, but i guess you dont want to bother with it.
How is ground zeroes.
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Finished all missions in GZ. I'm quite proud of how I handled that AA turret mission, managed to avoid detection until I had to attack the armored vehicle. Using C4 instead of the recoilless rifle would've been cleaner, but eh.
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The secret is to actually have ONE combat status and keep it going the entire time. Take down the first few guys by the first AA gun, slap some C4 on it, use the truck nearby to drive to the next and trigger the alert. Keep using the trucks to move between AA guns, and you can C4 them all at once. Then, since everyone knows where you are, you can actually lure the tank into the landmines by the prison, and it'll just kill itself.
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I dont think i'll ever get tired of watching Raiden suplex that metal gear

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I want to see more raiden games. It wasn't as deep as the main series, but it was really fun.
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Burn 'em to shreds, tear 'em to ashes.

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Hell yeah. I'm hyped.
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Hype. HYPE. HYPE!!!!
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I'm looking forward to this.

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