This highly anticipated PlayStation 4 exclusive seeks to scare the ever-loving crap out of you, but it also wants to push the interactive boundaries.
There are already several excellent MGSV reviews out there but for one that brings you into the action and keeps you riveted throughout, visit IGN.
It’s a modern-day spin on a classic tale, and stealth lovers should give it a whirl. For a detailed and entertaining review, visit GamesRadar+.
Given that we’re seeing a wide range of reactions to The Chinese Room’s latest, we’ve selected a review that, above all else, makes the reader FEEL.
PlayStation 4 has a substantial lead this generation and it could be attributed entirely to the overwhelmingly positive hype at the start of the era.
It’s inevitable that open-world sandbox games will have a few flaws. The question is, should critics overlook those issues that don’t hinder the gameplay?
Given the fact that so many high-profile games have released with so many problems this generation, one wonders if and why developers weren’t prepared.
It seems like every major new announcement features an open-world structure. But the destruction of the linear adventure isn’t a universal good.