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This is crap. That's the only thing that comes to mind after watching this.

The people at Konami who are in charge of this literally grabbed ideas from other zombie related games and put them on the MGSV engine. That's exactly what this is - no more, no less. Even the description of the game here in the site makes the story sound like it was pulled from somebody's ass.

As a Metal Gear fan, I won't be anywhere near this trainwreck when it comes out.

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People still listen to this terrible excuse of a human being?

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@marcio_br: Make it about the Raptor and how about Maverick is the only one capable of really pushing it to its limits.

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I am genuinely surprised to see that there are actually people who still remember PSO2 and the fact that it is yet to come to the West.

These days though it is pretty obvious we will never get a official release of the game outside of South eastern Asia, but still, kudos to you sirs for mentioning it.

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I wanted another Last of Us, but not with Ellie and Joel. Their story ended with the first and it was a fine ending, no need to bring them up again. The Last of Us 2 should have completely different characters facing a different struggle, and perhaps give Ellie a short cameo just for the players to know what happened to her and Joel and move on.

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Looks like trash. Farewell, Metal Gear series. It was good while it lasted.

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@varmintx: Same here. Bought it on day one, didn't quite get into it on the first hours and then I kind of left it there, waiting for me to give it another chance. I was thinking I'd start it over again this summer holidays, when I will have some free time to really try and learn the battle system properly. I'm hoping that this doesn't affect the single player experience a lot, otherwise I'm not even going to give it a second chance.

Anyways, this is why I'm skeptical when developers put a lot of effort into showing and promoting the online components of a game. In a matter of 2 or 3 years they decide to shut the servers down and there goes a whole part of the game that is gone forever.

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Meanwhile, still no PSO2 in the West.

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@Xirtahm: "Do not... do not even try to make yourself out to be some sort of "I'M A BIGGER FAN THAN YOU!!" person. I'm serious. It makes you look like a friggen' tool." I made no effort to do such a thing. Like I said to RogerioFM, "Just mentioned it because he was questioning if I had even watched them." It's appaling that you immediatly questioned if I had ever watched the prequel trilogy just because I mentioned that the man you were heavily criticizing was the same man that created the franchise, as an attempt to discredit my opinion in some way. Or even to justify your own personal hatred even though I hadn't even disagreed with you at that time, like if I was attacking you instead of your ideas (which neither of those happened in my first post).

I also don't know where did you get the idea that I was putting Lucas on a pedestal. I just don't see him as an awful guy who ruined the franchise, which was exactly what you were doing. Specially now that you reckoned the prequels had some merit, to a certain degree. It's like you're compensating for all the people who think he is some sort of perfect god - since they think that way, you must throw his name to the ground and blame him for all of what is wrong with the franchise. I have a more reasonable approach: using your words, he is a good idea man, but far from an amazing filmmaker (even though I actually liked American Grafitti quite a lot). I just can't understand when people jump to extremes when it isn't the case (to quote Obi-Wan right after that very scene you mentioned, "only Siths deal in absolutes").

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@RogerioFM: "Having watched the movies more time than someone else doesn't give you more credibility." Never said it did. Just mentioned it because he was questioning if I had even watched them.

They had poor cast choices, but Mark Hamill, for one, isn't a great actor himself (among others). Anakin's arc was well thought out, but sloppy executed. It was still clearly understandable the struggle within that he had to face that eventually made him turn to the dark side. Jar Jar is a minor character, for Christ's sake, get over it. Episode II didn't have a lot of story development, but it was still important to understand the origins of the Clone Wars and the events of Episode III. The fights are ok, nothing extraordinary but also not as bad as you make them seem.

Also, the prequel trilogy didn't have nearly as many plot holes as the original did.