One last Metal Gear Solid 5 gameplay video has emerged in the wake of the 2013 Tokyo Game Show, this time showing the next entry in the MGS franchise running the PlayStation 4, though not everyone will be excited about the last Metal Gear Solid 5 preview video to emerge from TGS 2013.
Having concluded roughly one week ago, many gamers likely assumed that they'd already seen the last of the news from this year's Tokyo Game Show, but one last preview of Metal Gear Solid 5 has been published across the pond. Unlike last week's Metal Gear Solid 5 previews, which only featured Japanese commentary, the latest MGS 5 gameplay video includes breakdowns from Leon Hurley (PSM UK's associate editor) and David Meikleham (PSM UK's resident MGS diehard).
While footage of the "TGS 2013 Special Mission" has been available for several days, thousands of fans who don't speak Japanese found themselves a bit confused by what was taking place in the latest MGS demo. Of course, some of the information is a matter of simple observation -- like the fact that Metal Gear Solid 5 (or at least the Ground Zeroes campaign) seems much faster-paced than other MGS titles --a full understanding of the events transpiring can be a bit harder to come by if you aren't fluent in Japanese.
Thankfully, Hurley and Meikleham are able to provide some guidance to those confused by the scenario unfolding in the latest Metal Gear Solid 5 gameplay video, offering information revealed in previous trailers, interviews and/or prior Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain and Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes presentations.
Unfortunately, if you've already watched the Metal Gear Solid 5 gameplay videos that appeared online late last week, there won't be anything new for you to see in the latest clip of Metal Gear Solid 5 on the PlayStation 4. While it's nice to see what Metal Gear Solid will look like on the PlayStation 4, it's unlikely that there are many fans out there who will want to watch the TGS 2013 Special Mission more than once.
Head over to Official PlayStation Magazine U.K. to see the latest Metal Gear Solid 5 PS4 gameplay demo, with explanations of all the action unfolding in Kojima Productions' presentation at this year's Tokyo Game Show.
What do you think of all the Metal Gear Solid 5 footage that's emerged thus far? Wish Konami and Kojima Productions would be clear about whether or not Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain and Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes will be appearing on the same disc? Just hoping that you don't have to wait any longer than late 2014 to get your hands on Metal Gear Solid 5?
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