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[REQUEST][STEAM] Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain
Another point I wanted to bring up before the request itself is that by reposting this, I'm not making a statement saying that I think I'm entitled to get this game for free, because I'm certainly not. I know that whenever people request the same game twice over a short period of time and add something like "this is the second time I'm requesting the game" it seems that they think that they're entitled to receive the game. I want everybody who happens to read this to know that this isn't the case, I simply really, really want to play this game and I'm not in a position to buy it myself or strike a deal with any of my friends since I have no idea when I'll next be getting any money.
I hope reposting this request hasn't made anybody think any less of me, and if this repost makes you think that somebody else would be better suited to receive the game, so be it and I'm sorry.
Either way, onto the request itself:
In 2008, when I was just 10 years old, I went over to a mate's house as I often did. He had a PS2, just like I did, but since he was an only child and I wasn't, he didn't have to share it with any younger siblings like I did mine. This -- paired with the fact that his dad was into gaming as well -- allowed him to have more mature titles than I did at the time. This particular time I went over and his dad had picked up an older, small indie title called Splinter Cell, you might've heard of it.
For a while me and my friend watched him play it and it looked like a movie. I remember seeing the lighting effects caused by the fire in the first mission (or was it the second mission) and being blown away. How the hell was this game released all the way back in 2002 (trust me, it'll get MGS related soon)?
My friend's dad did the best he could to try and explain the game to us, since he knew both of us really liked video games. He explained that this wasn't like GTA, which we both compared it to initially because it kinda looked like it to a stupid 10 year old with the free movement and the third person camera. He told us that in this game you had to be sneaky, and that just going on a killing spree wasn't really possible. My mate didn't really get the idea but it instantly clicked with me. He let me try the game and even though I was rubbish at it at the time, it sparked a love for stealth action games that to this day hasn't gone away. Splinter Cell is still one of my favourite game series' ever, and I hope that Ubisoft can breathe new life into it soon. Blacklist was good and I even liked Conviction, but neither of those games could really capture me like the older ones could.
But I've rambled on about history for far too long now, onto things more related to the request. The one that got away. Metal Gear Solid. I've never heard a single bad thing about the series, aside from the fact that playing it on the PC has always been impossible. I sold my PS3 years ago and haven't gotten a console since, but back when I still had the thing, playing MGS never really crossed my mind. I saw it as this niche, Japanese game with barely any gameplay and a storyline that would only make sense to the cult following that came with the titles.
But ever since Ground Zeroes -- which I never managed to get and play -- the idea has grown on me to the point where I now feel I'd be doing myself a disservice by not playing The Phantom Pain (sitting in Skype with two friends who are currently playing it doesn't really help my situation, they tell me the prologue is amazing, I've repeatedly told them to shut the fuck up so they won't spoil anything in case I ever manage to get it). From what I've understood, with the fifth titles in the series, the games have stayed the same but the advertising and marketing have become much more western, as apparently has Konami's approach to giving out media previews. I feel like for the first time in the series' history, I've managed to gather enough information about the game to get myself really hyped. I'd like to think of myself as a savvy consumer so this has been of really important in making the decision to actually want to play the game.
Another thing I've kept an eye on -- which has very pleasantly surprised not only me but also everybody else in the world -- is the performance of the PC version. I am very, very glad to see that The Phantom Pain seems to run excellently on PC and it scales well with older, less powerful machines as well (which my PC isn't though, I will list the specifications at the end for anybody who's interested, and also to prove that I could in fact run this game should anybody be so inclined as to buy it for me). Although the framerate is capped at 60, the graphics -- which are amazing -- have very many options tied to them and most of those options have a very noticeable effect on quality with very little effect on framerate. A PC Gaming Wiki community member wrote a PC report for this game which you can read here. It perfectly documents all the settings, what they do, how big of an effect they have on the graphical fidelity and framerate and should you have them on or off. TotalBiscuit also made a Port Report video on The Phantom Pain which you can watch here if you wish to see the game and its beautiful, beautiful graphics in motion. Both of those are good resources for anybody who's interested in the PC version of the game and wants to see how it performs before making the big leap.
An unrelated sidenote here, PC Gaming Wiki truly is an amazing page with extensive information on damn near every PC game in recent memory. It has comprehensive lists of known bugs and issues, ways to fix them and general information as to how the game performs and how extensive its options are. If you are at all interested in a PC gaming but aren't quite sure, just check there (before anybody asks though, I don't have anything to do with PCGW, I just really do like their page and I appreciate what they're doing).
And that big leap perfectly ties into what I want to talk about next. I want to acknowledge how expensive this title is. On Steam, it is a whopping 60€. That's a lot of money. In fact, that is very much money. That is way too much money for me to afford myself, which is why I'm taking to the users of this sub to humbly request Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. I want to make this portion of the request as short and sweet as possible. I could tell you a sob story about how my dog got diagnosed with PTSD and I am now admist a legal battle to get him the same rights as human veterans have for psychological care that is eating up all of my money, but that simply wouldn't be true. In fact, that would be bloody mental. The simple fact of the matter is that I don't have any income at the moment nor do I have any money that I'm at liberty to spend. My parents aren't in a monetary position to give me money, but that's alright cause I don't go to them for money anyways, I understand that they don't really have the highest paying jobs and I don't want to add to any possible stress they might already have about money.
But that's enough about the money side. I feel like I shouldn't work too hard in trying to convince you that I'd be worth the admittedly huge investment.
There's not a lot I can tell you about the game itself, since all I know are the core basics without any spoilers whatsoever. MGSV: The Phantom Pain is a stealth action game set in the 80s during the Soviet-Afghan War (which was a really interresting conflict, by the way, here's the Wikipedia page for it). You play as Big Boss (voiced by Kiefer Sutherland) who is the nemesis of Solid Snake, another protagonist in the MGS franchise (I think, this is just what I've been able to gather from trailers and spoiler free reviews). The game is a sequel to Ground Zeroes, the earlier title in the Metal Gear Solid V saga, and a prequel to the original Metal Gear for the MSX2 platform. The Metal Gear storyline is extremely convoluted, and I won't tell you that I know every bit of it, but I'd like to think that during these past couple of months I've gotten familiar enough with the storyline to know enough about the world to dive into MGS for the first time.
The gameplay of The Phantom Pain is very tactical and obviously based on stealth, seeing as the tagline of the franchise has been "Tactical Espionage Operations" for a while now. The levels are hugely open and offer numerous ways for the player to complete their mission. All elements of the gameplay are obviously great, since in the first day of the game being out it has received near perfect review scores across the board. It's quite obvious that all the hype surrounding the title wasn't for nothing, and this truly does seem like the perfect way to hop into the Metal Gear Solid franchise which I absolutely hope to do, but I can't without the help of an extremely generous stranger. Even if you decide not to fulfill my request, be it due to not thinking my request was good enough or simply not having money to do it, whatever the reason may be, thank you very much for reading. If you thought there was something wrong or awry with this request, please tell me so and I can work on making any possible future requests better.
Here is the Steam store page for Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. Even if you aren't interrested in buying it for anybody else, I strongly encourage you to think about buying it for yourself. MGSV really does seem like a game that anybody with even half an interrest in stealth games should play.
Here is my Steam profile. Even if you don't want to buy me the game, feel free to add me if you just want to talk about the game, this request, any game really or whatever. I'm open to any and all criticisms and I'm always interested in having a conversation.
And lastly, here are those PC specs I promised.
CPU: Intel Core i5-3570K
GPU: ASUS GeForce GTX 770 DirectCU II OC
RAM: 8GB 1600MHz
Again, thank you for reading, it means a lot to me that somebody at least sees this request.
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- Ep. 26 They don’t happen as often as they used to but I always enjoy the episodes that feature just the 3 of them without a guest. Whether it’s about games, the days of their lives or whatever, the banter is great on the ears. This episode features TB’s little bitch, the phenomenon of Twitch Plays Pokemon, Jesse ripping apart FF 13-3, the mysterious closure Irrational Studios, and how Bioshock 2 is the best Bioshock.
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