Showing posts with label Metal Gear Solid V. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Metal Gear Solid V. Show all posts

Tuesday, July 16, 2019

Xbox Game Pass to Add Metal Gear Solid V, Resident Evil 4 and More

Halfway through July 2019, brand-new titles like Metal Gear Solid V, Resident Evil 4 and more come to Xbox Game Pass.

Ongoing summer season is getting hotter by each passing moment and so is new lineup of Xbox Game Pass as six more great titles for PC and Xbox One are headed towards monthly subscription service, courtesy of Microsoft Studios.

Starting from July 17, a mixture of acclaimed fan-favorite games will become available for monthly Game Pass members for next two weeks. You can start browsing their vast collection of exciting games using Game Pass mobile app.

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Xbox Game Pass to Add Metal Gear Solid V, Resident Evil 4 and More

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For the King | Console, PC, Ultimate
Already added to Game Pass for Xbox consoles in April 2019, For the King will become available to players on PC platform and members of Game Pass Ultimate after an Early Access phase, because a fun-ride as such is hard to pass.

This indie game from IronOak Games and Curve Digital puts you through a strategic journey where roguelike and tabletop elements blends into a unique RPG adventure that you can either play solo or enjoy with friends in local co-op.

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For the King on Xbox Game Pass

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Killer Instinct: Definitive Edition | Console, PC, Ultimate
Considering how fighting game category is largely been dominated by Mortal Kombat or Street Fighter series, Killer Instinct may not have a greater fan community but it has always been remarkable in terms of graphics and soundtracks.

The game is a reboot featuring all 26 characters that was introduced throughout its first three seasons. Regardless of what type of fighter main you are looking for, KI would eventually give you something to have fun with top-notch action.

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Killer Instinct on Xbox Game Pass

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Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain | Console, Ultimate
Aside from being final game from original Metal Gear Solid series, The Phantom Pain marks to be final collaboration project between developer Kojima Productions and publisher Konami Digital that was critically acclaimed for its gameplay.

Following events of Ground Zeroes, protagonist Venom Snake AKA Big Boss goes into a coma and wakes up nine years later to survive an attempt on his life by an assassin named Quiet and later reunited with former friend Revolver Ocelot.

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Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain on Xbox Game Pass

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Night Call | Console, PC, Ultimate
Step into a noir adventure, where you play as a taxi driver who is working night shift in Paris but then ended up doing some investigation work when a corrupt detective decides to put charges of several murders on your shoulder.

Picking up passengers and then listen to their emotional story just to kill time can help you gather clues to clear your name from becoming a criminal whereas you are a scapegoat victim who unknowingly got framed by a serial killer.

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Night Call on Xbox Game Pass

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Resident Evil 4 | Console, Ultimate
A genre of survival horror from developer/publisher Capcom takes turn to blend in flavor of third-person shooter. With that, Resident Evil franchise saw a major evolution in gameplay mechanics and is re-invented for better.

Stepping into the boots of agent Leon S. Kennedy, players go rescuing Ashley Graham, daughter U.S. president in a remote village of Europe after she was kidnapped by a mysterious cult called Los Illuminados to assert control over her father.

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Resident Evil 4 on Xbox Game Pass

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The Banner Saga 3 | Console, PC, Ultimate
Considering first two installments of The Banner Saga was already added to Game Pass a few months ago, a third title would complete a trilogy of tactical role-playing game series by developer Stoic Studio and publisher Versus Evil.

Venture into a world of Viking RPG to experience that becomes grimmer than its predecessor titles but draws a fitting conclusion in the end. Decisions made in early games will still affect how its final act revolves around in-game characters.

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The Banner Saga 3 on Xbox Game Pass

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If you are new and looking to sign up for amazing game access of Game Pass program then you can try out Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, which comes with console and PC games access bundled with Xbox Live Gold service for multiplayer experience.

Although regular cost for Xbox Game Pass monthly subscription is just $14.99, new members can get their first 3 months for only $1 right now, which is insanely cheap and an amazing offer since there are over 100 great games on their library.

Tuesday, May 7, 2019

PlayStation Now Adds Arkham Knight, Metal Gear Rising and More

Sony added Batman: Arkham Knight, Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance and more to their game-streaming service PS Now in May 2019.

Having already a vast library of over 750 games, game-streaming service Sony Entertainment has added nine more new games to their game-streaming service PlayStation Now for its valued monthly subscribers to enjoy.

More than 300 games are available to download on PlayStation 4 right away while many other are to stream. Even if some of you don't own a PS console, players on PS2 or PS3 have still have a lot of options to pick from that they like.

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PlayStation Now Adds Arkham Knight, Metal Gear Rising and More

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Newest PS Now lineup for May 2019 will be kicking off with a certain Dark Knight in superhero action-adventure game Batman: Arkham Knight of 2015 from developer Rocksteady Studios and publisher Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment.

Drawing an epic conclusion to fan-favorite Arkham series, the game rallies up villains like Harley Quinn, Penguin, Scarecrow, The Riddler, Two-Face and mysterious Arkham Knight in their latest effort in taking over Gotham City by defeating Batman.

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Witness a Rogues Gallery assembled in Gotham for gunning down The Dark Knight, in "Gotham is Mine" trailer.




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PS Now also brings on 8-Bit Armies, Brawlout, Dangerous Golf, LEGO Ninjago Movie Video Game, Miko Gakkout Monogatari: Kaede Episode and Sherlock Holmes: The Devil's Daughter to download on PS4 and PC or stream instantly.

Games that newly joined line to PS3 platform this month are action-adventure title Majin and the Forsaken Kingdom, action hack and slash Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance Ultimate Edition and a PS3 to PS4 upgrade, Tales of Zestiria.

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PlayStation Now Hit Games in April 2019

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Throughout April 2019, members of PS Now have mostly played BloodborneCivilization RevolutionElder Scrolls OnlineFor Honor, Mafia III, MGS V: The Phantom Pain, Mortal Kombat X, NBA 2K18, Red Dead Redemption, Saint's Row IV, WWE 2K18 and more.

Apparently, people were looking forward to MGSV joining PlayStation Now for some time and everyone jumped on board as soon as it was added last month. MKX, NBA 2K18, RDR and TSO has constantly been on top favorite pick by many subscribes for months.

Tuesday, April 2, 2019

PlayStation Now Adds Metal Gear Solid V and More

PS Now has added DiRT 4, Metal Gear Solid V and more titles to Sony's game-streaming service in April 2019.

Members of PlayStation Now game-streaming service can currently enjoy a vast library of over 750 games on their beloved PS consoles and Sony Entertainment keeps introducing exciting new titles to their monthly subscribers.

Aside from streaming from a huge collection of more than 275 games, PlayStation 4 owners can now also download those titles to their devices and choose to play later. Even players on PS2 or PS3 have so many games to enjoy within the service.

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PlayStation Now Adds Metal Gear Solid V and More

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As April 2019 kicks in, a new PS Now lineup of games headed straight to pick up with some action-adventure stealth experience in overhead military fiction of Metal Gear Solid franchise from Japanese developer/publisher Konami.

Subscribers can now get their hands on Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes and its epic follow-up Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. Both of these titles from Metal Gear Solid V: The Definitive Experience bundle is now available to stream.

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Below is the official launch trailer for MGS V: The Phantom Pain that briefly showcase the journey of Venom Snake.




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Also dropping on PS4 is simulation game Clouds & Sheep 2, rally-themed racing title DiRT 4 and platform-adventure Shadow Complex Remastered. Players on PS3 can have some fun with racing game Bang Bang Racing from developer/publisher Digital Reality.

PS2 console will see a whole lot of action from Star Wars universe in Star Wars: Bounty Hunter, Star Wars: Jedi Starfighter and Star Wars: Racer Revenge. First two games are mostly action-focused whereas the third one offers high-speed podracing.

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PlayStation Now Hit Games in March 2019

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Most recently, Bethesda Softworks celebrated 25th Anniversary of The Elder Scrolls and therefore, Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited has effortlessly managed to come on top of other most played PS Now games for the month of March 2019.

Fallout: New Vegas, For Honor, Mafia III, Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots, Mortal Kombat X, NBA 2K18, Red Dead Redemption, Saints Row IV Re-Elected, Sid Meier's Civilization Revolution, Sniper Elite 4 and WWE 2K18 has also made it to the list.

Tuesday, July 24, 2018

Metal Gear Solid 5 Update Lets You Play as Quiet

Sniper assassin Quiet from Metal Gear Solid V is now available to play with in newly released update from Konami.

The last update released for action-adventure stealth title Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain by Kojima Productions and Konami was deployed almost a year ago, which let players control Venom Snake's ally Revolver Ocelot.

Now, a recent update released for the game today lets you play as Quiet, who is a female sniper assassin and one of the boss characters from Metal Gear Solid series. She was introduced in the series and came across Snake throughout the events of Phantom Pain.

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Metal Gear Solid V Update Lets You Play as Quiet

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Primarily, Quiet is available to take part in Forward Operating Base missions of the game, where players can simply pick her up to break into forward operating bases of other competing players and because of her extremely fast speed, she will come in handy to take down enemies on her path with quick dash attacks. Her cloaking ability activates itself if she remains still for some time at one place. Also, Quiet is better at taking long distance shots with slightest swing, thanks to her steady hands.

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In MGSV: TPP, she was sent to Afghanistan on a mission by Skull Face and upon encountering Venom Snake there; she engaged in a fight with him and is defeated before being taken to Mother Base as a prisoner.

Later, she becomes a companion character to provide assist on various missions. Her general weapons of choice are three sniper rifles Guilty Butterfly, Sinful Butterfly and Wicked Butterfly, which she carries around. Only the first one of these rifles is non-lethal.

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Metal Gear Solid V Quiet Playable Form

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Quiet carries two sniper rifles, a pair of dark matter generators to both stun of kill enemies and a protective energy bubble shield. this scantily-clad assassin received a parasite treatment in past to recover severe injury that grants her superhuman abilities like enhanced agility and durability but she had to breathe through skin as side-effect and wearing clothes will only suffocate her, which actually explains her lack of clothing. So, you are not allowed to change her uniform or head options.

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Update 1.17 for Metal Gear Solid V: TPP is currently available on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Quiet is considerably better at jumping in high altitudes where Snake would require a ladder in general.

The update also brings new features for online competitive multiplayer mode, gadgets and weapons to the game but these are only exclusive to FOB missions. There is a hard difficulty mode to Event FOB to collect more reward points.

Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Sony Announces PlayStation Hits on Budget Price

Get some of the greatest PlayStation games on PS4 that you might have missed before, now at a new lower price.

Back in the days, PlayStation had a Greatest Hits line to introduce all the great games on their platform and it was a great way for fans of having awesome games at cheaper rates. So, if you are yearning for a game from couple of years ago, you might actually get lucky because Sony is bringing back those traditional sales once again as PlayStation Hits. This is a selective lot of exciting PS4 games and the price range starts from as low as $19.99 only available across U.S. from June 28.

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Sony Announces PlayStation Hits on Budget Price

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In Canada, the lowest retail price will be starting from at $19.99 CAD at PS Store and through participating retailers on 14 games. Customers in U.S. will be enjoying this great discount deal on 15 games though. In retails shops, PlayStation Hits line of games will come in red packages as an alternative for usual PS blue color and they will feature red banners in case of digital purchase as well, which immediately tells you that they belong to the Hits lineup and you can find them out easily.

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PlayStation Hits U.S. Lineup

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The US lineup features games like Bloodborne, Battlefield 4, Doom, Driveclub, Infamous: Second Son, Killzone: Shadow Fall, The Last of Us Remastered, LittleBigPlanet 3, Metal Gear Solid V: The Definitive Experience, Project CARS, Ratchet & Clank, Street Fighter V, Uncharted 4: A Thief's End, Yakuza 0 and Yakuza Kiwami. Undoubtedly, the collection has gathered some fan-favorites as well as critically acclaimed picks for both hardcore gamers and casual players to keep them engaged.

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The lineup for UK and EU has all the titles mentioned above alongside other inclusions of Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag, Batman: Arkham Knight, Dragon Ball Xenoverse, Dynasty Warriors 8: Xtreme Legends Complete Edition, EA Sports UFC 2, Earth Defense 4.1: The Shadow of New Despair, Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor, Mortal Kombat X, Need for Speed, Need for Speed Rivals, Rayman Legends and Watch Dogs, except for Battlefield 4, Doom, Metal Gear Solid V and Yakuza Kiwami.

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PlayStation Hits PS4 Bundle for Europe

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Sony has taken this awe-inspiring initiative of dropping price rates of some of their best-selling games to celebrate five-year anniversary of PlayStation 4. Some of the PS4 exclusives also made it to the discount list for this occasion and it really tells how much they appreciate their fans. The publisher company is affirmative about adding more popular titles to the Hits line in future. For a selective few European markets, a 1 TB special edition PlayStation Hits PS4 bundle is coming with three above-mentioned PlayStation Hits titles.

Tuesday, September 26, 2017

PlayStation Plus Free Games For October 2017

PlayStation Plus members had quite a ride on the month of September 2017 with games like Handball 2016, Hatoful Boyfriend, inFamous: Second Son, Strike Vector Ex, Truck Racer and We Are Doomed. As PS Plus has a different package to offer every month, we are here with two completely different titles. They are Metal Gear Solid V: Phantom Pain and Amnesia: Collection.

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PlayStation Plus Free Games For October 2017

So, we can assume that the month of October brings out the flavor of action-adventure stealth blended with survival horror theme. Before we get to it, let's take a quick glance at the October 2017 lineup for free games on PlayStation Plus.




We have told you this on August, reminded you again in September that the party game That’s You! is still up till October 23, 2017. That means, if you still haven't gave it a try and have fun with the company of your friends and family members, then you have less than one month to do it before it leaves PlayStation Plus. So, grab your TV, PlayStation 4 and Android/iOS phone or tablet devices and join the party.

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That’s You! on PlayStation Plus

Already counting Metal Gear Solid V: Phantom Pain and Amnesia: Collection, the October 2017 free games lineup for PlayStation Plus subscribers are listed below.

  • Monster Jam Battlegrounds, PS3
  • Hustle Kings, PS3
  • Hue, PS Vita (Cross Buy with PS4)
  • Sky Force Anniversary, PS Vita (Cross Buy with PS4 & PS3)

Our first topic today is Metal Gear Solid V: Phantom Pain, which is a continuation of Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes. The game is pretty good just like any other that belongs to the series and you already know it if you have played it whether or not you have a PS Plus membership. Even if you haven't, then this is a perfect opportunity to try this out or if you already have, then you can just re-live those old memories again.

We then move on to the second attraction of our list, which is the Amnesia: Collection. This one got both The Dark Descent and A Machine for Pigs in it. If you are not afraid of the dark, probably this collection is just for you to try on. So, get your socks on to get lost into the darkness of memory and a lot of mess.

Since October marks the one year anniversary for PlayStation VR, the PlayStation Store is in a celebrating mode and they are offering free games and exclusive discounts. To get more details on this, visit PS Store on October 10. Oh, and RIGS Mechanized Combat League is free for all PS Plus members to play till November 7. So, get that for yourself while you can before it is too late.




What else we got for you? Well, unless you are a fan of turn-based-strategy collectible card game we have nothing! On the contrary, if you do, then we may have something left just for you and one more thing; you have to have a PS Plus membership for this one too.

If you fulfill the above mentioned requirement, then we got Hand of the Gods Closed Beta from the creators who are responsible for games like SMITE and Paladins, which will be starting from October 17. You can also get a Plus Pack that will be available prior to November 14.

We've talked about so many good games that you can enjoy this upcoming month of October for free and now, let's talk about some discounts. Shall we? You can have a 30% off on both Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age & Titanfall 2: Ultimate Edition before October 3. Now don't tell me that wasn't sweet!