Metal Gear Solid V: The Definitive Experience and Cities: Skylines highlight the Early Unlocks for December’s Humble Monthly. We’ve also got the reveals for the previous month.
The missing Metal Gear Solid V mission 51 will never appear according to statements from Konami about the Metal Gear Solid V: Definitive Edtion.
Konami will be releasing Metal Gear Solid V: The Definitive Experience on all major platforms.
Tim tries to think of a few games that aren’t Undertale with which to pad out his list of favourite games from 2015.
Konami continue to make friends in the industry, this time by preventing Hideo Kojima attending The Game Awards.
While not yet confirmed by Konami, there are worrying signs that the Metal Gear Online studio in LA has been closed down.
80 hours later, and Tim has sneaked, choked, shot, and “Metal Gear!?”ed his way to the end of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain.
Tim might be more Noisy Hummingbird than Solid Snake, but you can still learn a few spoiler-free Metal Gear Solid V tips from his mistakes.
As with Ground Zeroes, mods like FOV tweaks and an unlocked frame-rate could soon be possible in MGSV.
Peter (in the older AMD corner) and Tim (in the shinier Nvidia corner) have a look at Metal Gear Solid V’s performance on PC. Turns out it’s quite boss.
Are you ready for the next MGS? Make sure you have these new drivers ready for action.
But if you pre-ordered it, it sounds like it’ll be playable from the moment the game unlocks in New Zealand.
Another excuse to feel smug about owning a decent gaming PC.
Big Boss adjusts his mission schedule to get here earlier on the PC.
You’ll actually be able to touch Big Boss. Well … sort of.