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    Tokyo Game Show 2013 - New MGSV Trailer

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    Re: Tokyo Game Show 2013 - New MGSV Trailer

    Post by Padraig on Thu Sep 19, 2013 3:48 am

    Wish there was some English dub over that video! Graphically, it looks good but I'm not too gone on the physics engine of how he runs, jumps or throws bodies over his shoulder. The aiming looked a bit stiff too. I hope these get polished up for the final game.


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    Post by Payno on Thu Sep 19, 2013 5:57 am

    I thought the aiming looked pretty similar to MGS4. A few of the animations looked a bit unfinished, like when he falls off the top of the ladder. I'm happy there is some kind of SOP system in place, hopefully they use it in MGO3 aswell.


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    Post by Padraig on Thu Sep 19, 2013 10:24 am

    If you look at around 2:40 where he jumps down from the hillside, that looks really bad with his arms flapping. After rewatching it, it looks pretty good overall. Still has a good MGS feel to it. I hope whatever they show on Saturday will be longer though.


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    Re: Tokyo Game Show 2013 - New MGSV Trailer

    Post by Payno on Thu Sep 19, 2013 2:01 pm

    Haha, I never noticed that. Overall it looks very good. I'm sure they will fix the little bugs. Lots of changes from MGS4, and I trust Koj to make changes for the better!

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    Kojima announced that the gameplay demonstration that is planned for Saturday September 21st will feature a sidequest (called subOPS) that takes place in Camp Omega. This time though you donít infiltrate during the night but in the late afternoon.

    ďOn Sat, Iíll do presentation of subOPS where u infiltrate the base camp in the late afternoon setting besides Mission GZ.Ē
    Infiltrating on a different time of day means the circumstances change with it: guards can spot you more easily, and there will be more guards in general.



    The weather conditions will probably be different as well, it was rainy in the demo taking place in the evening, so we may see some sunshine in this demo.


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    Post by Padraig on Fri Sep 20, 2013 4:43 am

    I'd prefer to see something other than infiltrating the exact same base but seeing how the environment and enemies change behavior will be cool.

    I was thinking, how awesome would it be to play infe on that military base at night and if you could use the lights in the tower to reveal where the sneaking team were.


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    Post by Payno on Fri Sep 20, 2013 4:56 am

    I'd prefer to see a proper indoor enemy base. Like Shadow Moses or the Big Shell. There hasn't been a decent base since MGS2, it's all been outdoors since with the exception of a few small sections.


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    I grabbed these images from that Photo-realism Through The Eyes of a Fox thing they did at GDC. I think tomorrow's demo will be in the second one as it looks more late afternoon.

    This is a link to the time lapse with BB running through the base:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=QZFR4H4LORU#t=2831


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    Post by Payno on Fri Sep 20, 2013 7:23 am

    In an interview with Eurogamer at the Tokyo Game Show 2013, Hideo Kojima explained his motives for including graphic torture scenes in the game, as seen in the E3 2013 trailer.

    ďItís something that needs to be done. As the expressiveness of video games goes up, if you want to go beyond that itís not something you can avoid. Of course not all video games have to do this, and in my case itís not something that I want to go through. If the violence will give new emotions that are important to the game, I want to put it in there, especially with this game where one of the main topics is revenge. I donít want to walk around that.Ē


    The recently released Grand Theft Auto V features a playable torture scene, but this will nog be the case in MGSV.

    ďI didnít want to go as far as having playable torture. The part of Metal Gear Solid 5 that has torture is non-playable.Ē
    Almost every major installment in the Metal Gear series featured a torture scene, but here the player was the one having to endure the torture (by tapping buttons on the controllers).

    ďSo far the playerís been tortured by Ocelot so much that Iím thinking that I might be the one that introduced torture to games. So Iím sorry about that!Ē
    Source: Eurogamer


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    Post by Payno on Fri Sep 20, 2013 11:27 am

    In an interview with Eurogamer at the TGS 2013, Kojima talked a bit about the differences between the current and next gen versions of Metal Gear Solid V.

    Once again, he stated that with the current gen versions the aim is 30 frames per second, while the next gen versions will run at 60 fps.



    However, due to the nature of the development process, people shouldnít expect miracles from the next gen versions.

    ďThis game was originally developed for multiple platforms, multiple devices and multiple generations. Fox Engine was created with the current generation in mind. Maybe with other games that are being created exclusively for next-gen it might look a little behind.Ē
    Having said that, Kojima ensured there will still be a noticeable difference.

    ďOf course for the next generation the resolution and the lighting will look much better. Gameplay wise it will be the same Ė weíre trying to make it as close as possible. The gameplay experience wonít be affected whether itís next gen or current gen.Ē
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    Re: Tokyo Game Show 2013 - New MGSV Trailer

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    New demo



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    Re: Tokyo Game Show 2013 - New MGSV Trailer

    Post by Payno on Sat Sep 21, 2013 6:43 am

    The aiming looks very sharp and responsive. Again, some animations and graphics are a bit poor. Especially when he's driving that jeep and scenery and shadows just pop up out of nowhere. That's poor if this is the PS4 version.


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    Re: Tokyo Game Show 2013 - New MGSV Trailer

    Post by Payno on Sat Sep 21, 2013 3:53 pm

    X-Box version of the same demo:



    In an interview with Game Informer, Hideo Kojima talked about how theyíre trying to deal with difficulty level in a game that focusses on open world gameplay and player choices.

    Were you happy with the publicís reaction to the hoax you played on the public leading them to believe The Phantom Pain was a new IP being developed by Moby Dick Studios?
    It seems that people were happy about it, so I think we can call it a success. More than whether it was successful or not, it was that I wanted - to pull off that joke - and I was able to, so Iím happy about that. It seems that people liked it.
    Why donít you think more developers play with their fans like you did?
    Itís certainly something risky and can come with many counter effects and cause controversy, not only from the outside but internally at a company. I personally understand why thereís not many people doing this. I certainly had to take some risks in doing this. There was some controversy internally and externally.
    Have there been any lingering misconceptions about Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain that youíd like to clear up?
    Well one thing is that this game, Metal Gear Solid V, is open world. I wanted to show that we can take all these Metal Gear elements and put them in an open world game. The main game is huge, itís an open world, itís a vast scenario. In Ground Zeros, I want to show that itís rather limited, a small map and a small island. Yesterday I showed this in a presentation and my intention was showing people that despite being open world all the Metal Gear elements are there. Now it seems that a lot of the reaction has been ďWell, thatís only Metal Gear Solid and it doesnít show any of the open world elementsĒ, so itís really difficult to show that despite being open world we can have both elements. But it seems it was taken to the other extreme. Thatís a little difficult to balance out, what to show so people can understand the message weíre trying to deliver.†
    Has the open world formula in Metal Gear Solid V affected the type of challenge the series usually delivers?
    In the past with the linear games we could specify what we route we want the players to take, what difficulty it would have. Now that itís an open world game itís rather difficult to balance that because the players can pretty much choose whatever route they want. Depending on the player, the difficulty they encounter will be different. So that has been a little bit difficult balancing out the difficulty level in the game.†

    That said, each mission has its own difficulty level. There are some missions that are easier or more difficult. In that way we can balance. Given that itís an open world, more than the difficulty of each mission, itís choices that the player has to make. For example, if you go to infiltrate somewhere at night, the enemy has very limited vision, but also how much you can see is very limited. There are only so many things you can see and you can be surprised because of the darkness. However, if you go to the same place in the afternoon you have much better visibility and you can see whatís in front of you, but the enemy can spot you much more easily. You have to balance those elements and make those choices on how to play the game. In that way, this is a very different experience form the linear games in the past.

    For example in a Ground Zeroes mission, you have this mission you have rescue Chico [formerly a child soldier in Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker], and a challenge within that is to clear it with no kills, no alerts, or within two hours. Thatís really something that makes a huge difference in how the player perceives the whole mission.
    Speaking of nighttime, when I was watching the TGS 2013 gameplay demo I noticed enemies shield their eyes when strong light is shined on them. Is that going to be a gameplay mechanic?
    Yeah, it is an element. For example, if you have a light on your gun and use it against your enemies, the first thing they will do is hide their eyes and you can use it as a gameplay element. But of course once you turn the light on they will know where you are. We didnít show that in the gameplay demo during the show, but one the easier ways to get around during the night is with night-vision goggles.†
    Harry Gregson Williams has been composing music for the Metal Gear Solid series for some time. What kind of working relationship do you have with him and how involved are you in the composition and soundtrack approval process?
    In Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater he had never worked in game music. Right now he works on other titles as well for game music, but at that point he wasnít sure of the difference and we had to work together on the difference between making movie music and game music. For example, in movies you just give the images and video to the composer and the composer creates something based on that. Whereas in games thereís not video of the gameplay, we have to go back and forth a lot explaining the whole concept of the game, what the idea is for the composition, and thatís the way we work on that. Cutscenes are rather easy, we just give the video of what we are creating and he composes something based on that. But for gameplay, itís much more complicated and thereís a lot of back and forth and constant communication between me and Harry Gregson.†
    I understand that years ago Konami had to discontinue using the original Metal Gear Solid theme due to†legal reasons. Are there ever times when you wish you still had access to that original theme?
    Thatís a rather tough question to answer.
    What has it been like working with Keifer Sutherland (Young Guns, 24), as the voice and facial motion capture actor of snake?
    Well Keifer, heís a star and heís an amazing actor. Heís a very cool guy to work together with. That said, at this time it has been rather difficult because with Keifer weíre doing facial capture and voice capture, and the recording has been rather difficult. This is because we already have the motion capture from another actor and into that weíre putting the facial acting and the voice acting. So he has to make all these facial changes and motion without moving and weíve been handing Keifer quite a challenging task. Heís been very understanding in this. Maybe if there is a future occasion weíll probably adapt performance capture which will make it much easier.†
    David Hayter has†publicly commented that heís upset†for being passed over as the voice of Snake for the new game. Whatís your reaction to this?
    For this game, I wanted to have the full motion capture and full performance capture, however I realized I would have to be in Los Angeles for about a year, which was impossible given the agenda to create the rest of the game. So the motion capture was done with an actor here in Japan and the rest of facial capture and voice performance has been capture in Los Angeles in the U.S. with Keifer [Sutherland]. However if there is another Metal Gear, Iím not sure if Iím going to be in charge of it or not, itís going to be probably be 3D capture, meaning it will be the whole thing with one person. It would be impossible by then to have one actor only for voice and another actor for the rest of the elements, so in that way I think it was also a good opportunity to make a shift for this character.
    What is the main difference between the current- and next-generation versions of the game?†
    This game has been in development on multiple platforms for multiple generations, so it isnít easy to say ďThis is a better optionĒ. One thing is Metal Gear Solid V was originally in development for the current generation, thatís the whole reason we created the Fox Engine. So given that itís open world, it was currently being made for current generation. If you look at each of the separate elements, it might look a bit more suited for current gen than next gen. For current gen, we are aiming for 30 frames-per-second while with next gen weíre aiming at 60 frames-per-second. Of course the next generation textures, resolution, lighting, and shadows look much better, but gameplay-wise as a game we are not making that many differences. If you look only at the missions, current gen and next gen wonít have that many differences other than the way they look. Now behind these missions there are several other big elements, outlets, or platforms that enrich the whole experience and that is only possible with next gen, so I might have to recommend playing on next gen because of the wider opportunities there are behind all of the game missions.
    Can you tell us more about the second screen experiences being designed for next-generation consoles?
    Right now we are not yet announcing all the second screen or tablet features we will have. I know a lot of other games are putting a lot of work into this. We are not ready to announce this officially. The one thing I can say is we are looking into what other game developers are making, as far as a second screen experience will go we will have something similar. But we definitely are going a step beyond that and thatís what the real essence of what Metal Gear Solid V will be and what that is in detail, I think itís better that I donít disclose it yet.
    Source:†http://www.gameinformer.com/b/features/archive/2013/09/21/kojima-discusses-mgs-v-hoax-and-the-challenge-of-creating-an-open-world.aspx


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    Re: Tokyo Game Show 2013 - New MGSV Trailer

    Post by Payno on Sun Sep 22, 2013 5:36 am

    Konami has released four new screenshots for Metal Gear Solid V, showing Snake infiltrating Camp Omega during the afternoon.†









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    Post by Padraig on Sun Sep 22, 2013 6:03 am

    The game seems so far away Sad


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