Is Metal Gear Solid V The phantom pain a good game?

Is Metal Gear Solid V The phantom pain a good game?

The Phantom Pain is the kind of game I thought would never exist – one where every minute gameplay detail has true purpose. Its lack of story focus is sure to be divisive for the Metal Gear faithful, but the resulting emphasis on my story, my tales of Espionage Action, easily make it my favorite in the series.

How long is Metal Gear Solid V The phantom pain?

46 hours
Of course, while the campaign of “Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain” stands at nearly 46 hours long, doing more than just completing the main missions will be far more time-consuming.

Is MGSV Worth Playing 2020?

Yes, it is worth buying. It’s one of the best stealth games out there, and the gameplay is the most advanced of all compared with the other previous Metal Gear titles. After you finish the story though (the story that could’ve been more but Konami pulled the plug) it can get a bit stale.

How long does it take to 100% MGSV?

METAL GEAR SOLID V: THE PHANTOM PAIN Some journalist played 15 hours of it, giving the game to-beat-time of around 150 hours. Other statements are that campaign will be around 20 and altogether 50 hours to hit 100% (with replays, for Zekes sake!), and that nuked my enthusiasm a bit.

Does mgs5 have a good story?

To be clear: The Phantom Pain’s story is good, and it does pick up in its latter stages, and it includes plenty of impressive cutscenes. It’s just not as stunning as the stories of previous Metal Gear games. It’s a testament to the sublime gameplay, however, that you can let that shortcoming go.

Is MGSV TPP worth playing?

Well I definitely recommend it. Its for sure one of the better games of this generation. While not my favorite MGS game it is one of the most accessible games of the series and if you’ve never played a MGS game before then MGSV might be a good place to start.

Is MGS5 really unfinished?

Kojima made some crazy promises during MGS5’s development. Fans were eager for these, but sadly never got them in the game. It should come as no surprise by now that Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, was an unfinished product.