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The 5th installment of the Metal Gear Solid saga, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain continues the story of Big Boss (aka Naked Snake, aka David), connecting the story lines from Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker, Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes, and the rest of the Metal Gear Universe.
After more than 100 hours I would like to give a little feedback. br>
MGS V crushes a quasi with content, which is meant positively. You don't even know where to start.
Quests: The quests alone offer a lot of content -> There... is a main story with about 40 missions and numerous side quests (small criticism is that many side quests are playing in areas where you have already been 2-3 times). The main story itself is definitely not bad, but you can expect more from Metal Gear (but it's definitely not a bad story)
Base: Another huge content is probably the own base that you can expand, there are different types of platforms that you have to build and equip with personnel. . . you can 'get out' personnel in missions or you get personnel through different challenges that there are to complete in the game. In addition, there is a customization system that can be seen, once you meet the requirements, you can customize vehicles, emblems, weapons, companions in appearance (weapons can also be modified i. e. made stronger). There are extremely many weapons in the game, there is something for every style of play. In addition, you can also lead staff on external missions to earn extra money which you can finally put back into various researches. Vehicles: In my opinion vehicles are not very controllable but which game can claim to have everything from jeep to a rocket launcher truck? Simply ingenious! br>
Map: 2 maps that are relatively large and invite you to explore. Mgs Online: Metal Gear Online a nice extra to the single player. You have to build FOBu00b4s to get the best out of them because other players will try to attack them -> beware! Because your staff is not always safe from kidnapping other players! Attacking the opponent's platform is fun and you have to be able to do all you can because every player has the chance to defend his base (with his own character) when he is online, which makes it even more interesting.
Graphic: For a game from 2015 still a very nice graphic. br>
Sound: Nothing special makes other games significantly better, but not bad either. br>
Conclusion: If you are looking for a game that is motivated for a long time and offers a lot of variety, you cannot ignore Metal Gear Solid V. Definitely a buy recommendation from me! br>br>
PS: You can hide under pap boxes and move around with them! Brilliant! :D
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