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Hideo Kojima confirmed at the Tokyo Game Show presentation today that Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain is coming in 2015.
The open-world stealth adventure will be released for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, and PC.
No specific release date was revealed.
During the TGS presentation Kojima also revealed details on the latest Metal Gear Solid Collection.
Scalebound, Platinum Games’ Xbox One-exclusive action-adventure game, will be more easier that the studio's notoriously hard action titles to make it accessible for other players, game director Hideki Kamiya told IGN at Tokyo Game Show 2014.
Kamiya is renowned for his stylish action genre games such as Bayonetta and Devil May Cry, all of which infamously require a level of dedication and a high skill set to dominate.
Scalebound places players in the role of headphone-sporting warrior who battles epic-sized monsters on a hostile world.
It's easy to be frustrated with the overall pacing of this Ultimate Spider-Man relaunch. Five issues in, we're no closer to learning the truth about the apparent resurrections of Norman Osborn and Peter Parker. But while this story arc is proving to be very much a slow burn, Brian Bendis is able to build on the quick, action-heavy issue #4 with a more dramatic and dialogue-driven issue #5.
Uncanny Avengers #24 marks the penultimate chapter of the series before it goes on its AXIS-related hiatus (or whatever the plan for this book is). Rick Remender focuses a great deal on setting up the board for Red Onslaught’s rise to power even as he continues to explore the fallout of the team’s recent ordeals.
“The Last Will and Testament of Charles Xavier” continues as the X-Men confront the existence of an immensely powerful mutant the good professor had kept hidden for years. This arc still suffers from the sense that Brian Bendis is focusing on a less interesting angle. I’d rather see more attention paid to Xavier’s marriage to Mystique than this dirty secret that, frankly, isn’t so bad compared to some of his shady dealings.
Unless you’ve been living under an icy, Jotunheimian rock, chances are you’ve heard that there will soon be a new golden-locked bearer of the Thor name. With a new #1 on the horizon, writer Jason Aaron delves one final time into the vast mythology he’s so lovingly constructed, offering an excellent look to the past as he prepares for a very different future.
Given last month’s effective finale, issue #25 is more epilogue than anything else, centered around King Thor’s three increasingly entertaining granddaughters –Frigg, Atli and Ellisiv—as they pore over ancient texts of Asgardian history.