Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain Game Review

Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain Game Review

The graphics consistently remind me of console graphics, but nothing is bad looking, except for one issue that is likely a bug. The performance is there, which is really the most important thing when it comes to graphics. The story has a lot of complexity to it, but despite not having experience with the rest of the series, I am not feeling lost or overwhelmed by it. The story can also have a good sense of humor without losing its seriousness. The gameplay has many quirks to it, but still offers a solid and fun experience. With almost 70 hours into it so far, and still plenty more to go, I know I am happy with it, and I think many of you will be, too… at OverclockersClub

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