Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes for PlayStation 4
PS4

Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes

Mar 18, 2014
8.04
playscore
Good
682nd of 5370

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

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About this game

Content Rating: Mature

Summary

The year is 1975, the age of détente. The Vietnam conflict is drawing to a close and the world is thawing in the wake of the Cold War. However, as tension among the world's giant superpowers eased, a tiny military force quietly took root in the Caribbean. A new type of military - an army without a nation, or any land to call home.

Lead by an enigmatic man known as "Snake," the clandestine group operated in the shadows as elite guns-for-hire, servicing various governments around the world. As their reputation grew, so did their funding and military might. Eventually, rumors began to spread that the group had attained nuclear weapons capability.

Critic Reviews

45 Reviews
7.39
Brad ShoemakerMar 21, 2014
Ground Zeroes is a strange product, appearing like such a bad deal initially but then more than making up for it with side content you can't access until later. But it looks gorgeous and plays great. If this game really is indicative of what The Phantom Pain is going to offer, there are some good reasons to anticipate Snake's next full outing.
Michael HarradenceMar 18, 2014
Ground Zeroes is overall a superb tatser of things to come. It’s obvious Konami is holding back the bigger spectacle for The Phantom Pain, and I was left feeling that the main campaign could have definitely been bigger, with a little more plot thrown into the mix. However, the freedom afforded by the mission, combined with copious amounts of extras....
Stephen GillespieMar 25, 2014
Ground Zeroes is a well executed stealth playground. The area is well-built and supports a number of varied approaches, and the gameplay that underpins it is hugely enjoyable. It’s a nice little palette cleanser that doesn’t have a huge amount of substance to it. The main mission could be stronger, but it’s a good enough framework to encourage fun improvisation. There isn’t a lot to Ground Zeroes on paper, and this stops it from excelling, but what is there is a lot of fun. It’s a game you will want to play a lot of, playing the main mission multiple times and completing all the side ops.

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