Some things are worth waiting for. A decent pint of Guinness, filled halfway before being left to settle, then topped up. Liquid perfection. This week's podcast, too, is worth waiting until the end of the week for. But above all, Metal Gear Solid 5, while a long time coming, is a game that's properly worth the wait, and Alex, Rory and Gav discuss why.
The crew also talks about the finale of Hannibal, the pros and cons of a McDonalds all-day breakfast and you lot share your cinema horror stories.
So without further ado, give your ears and eyes a treat and let's go!
IGN UK Podcast #296: Metal Gear Solid 5 Kept Us Waiting, But It's Worth It
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As the golden age of the arcade got into full-swing, developers raced through a series of technical checkpoints on the way to creating some pioneering titles whose impact can still be felt today.
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Happy Force Friday.
If you're celebrating Force Friday, I assume you're reading this story while standing in line at your nearest Toys "R" Us. If you're not celebrating Force Friday, I assume you have no idea what I'm talking about.
Force Friday, like May the Fourth, is a day devoted to Star Wars.