If you’re a fan of the Metal Gear series, you will know that the Kojima Fox Engine has been going public on PC since 2011, and even the PS4 version is one of the best games on the system. But what about the Xbox version? Well, according to the latest rumors, the game will be really good. It will be based on the Fox Engine, and will feature a completely different story than the one Kojima is working on. And it will be released next year on the Xbox One!
The big rumor for the next game in the Metal Gear Solid series is that it will be a full-on open world action title. The Japanese video game company Konami has been secretly working on a game with the Metal Gear name for the Xbox One and PS4. It’s rumored that the game will come out in 2015 and will be the first Metal Gear game on these consoles. But the question that everyone wants to know is, “What will Kojima and Xbox’s game be like? All the clues.”
It hasn’t been a month since the new Kojima-directed “Metal Gear Solid” game was announced at Microsoft’s Xbox press conference, and now we know the name of the game: “Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain”. But, that is only a piece of the puzzle. We know that “The Phantom Pain” is set for release on the Xbox One and Playstation 4 in 2015, but what else can we guess about this new game?. Read more about kojima microsoft and let us know what you think.Nintendo knows how to surprise, right? After the unexpected announcement of Metroid Dread during Nintendo’s E3 demo, everyone lost themselves in memories and nostalgia. The game was originally announced about 19 years ago, and it was thought that development had been halted because there was no sign of anyone.
But here’s the thing, Metroid Dread is alive and well and hopefully on its way to impressing. The game is already available to pre-order on Nintendo’s website, so don’t forget to arm yourself with your OffGamers Nintendo eShop cards and get going!
Metroid Dread will be released on October 8. this year exclusively for Nintendo Switch. Like most Nintendo games, the game will be exclusive to Nintendo platforms only.
There are two versions of Metroid Dread with different prices: the standard edition for $59.99 and the special edition for $89.99. The special edition includes a sheet metal game case, five key art cards for each 2D Metroid game, and a 190-page artbook covering all five Metroid games.
Amiibo and features
Two Amiibo will be available for pre-order with the game: Samus and E.M.M.I., which gives you special abilities in the game. This dual amiibo set is currently available to pre-order for $30.
Samus Amiibo gives players a permanent health boost of 100, as well as extra health when scanned once a day. E.M.M.I Amiibo gives Samus a Missile Plus tank that permanently increases the power of her missiles by 10. It can also be scanned once a day for additional missiles.
As always with these amiibo, they’re not a must have, but they look cool and a little update wouldn’t hurt anyone.
What is the Metroid Dread?
This is the fifth installment in the Metroid game series, where Samus Aran takes on the Metroids as a bounty hunter. Metroids are alien species that look like jellyfish hybrids and have different shapes and functions in the game.
It is a two-dimensional platform game in which you have to explore a difficult map and remote locations and acquire skills. All this while defeating various enemies and bosses along the way. Does this remind you of anything? Metroid makes up half of the Metroidvania genre, so fans of the genre should give this game a chance to discover what makes a true Metroidvania.
The game will also be a single player game, with no mention of multiplayer, which is the norm for the main Metroid games.
History and background
As we all know, the plot of the game will take place right after Metroid Fusion. To summarize: Metro Fusion focused on Samus exploring an infected space station – the same virus that infected Samus herself. The only cure is the cells of Metroid. Somehow her suit has also been infected, creating a clone that begins to hunt her down as the game progresses.
Metroid Dread should serve as a conclusion to the Metroid series by exploring the link between Samus and Metroidvania. The game is set on the planet ZDR, where Samus is pursued by E.M.M.I. robots sent by the Galactic Federation to capture her. E.M.M.I. stands for Extraplanetary Multiform Mobile Identifiers, and we will call them EMMI for short.
As seen in the trailer, these seven EMMI robots will hunt down Samus when she invades their patrol area. One robot hit and Samus is dead. But don’t worry, Samus has her own counter moves and flexible maneuvers that she can use to dodge a blow if she has the right timing. These EMMI robots also come in different shapes and sizes, which makes the combat mission more interesting.
Now, with the arrival of the EMMI robots, we’re happy to see that Samus’ skills have increased as well. EMMs are fast and will follow Samus as soon as they detect movement or sound from her. If players can find a way to bypass EMMI silently and covertly, getting past it shouldn’t be a problem. That, or fight them directly.
At the same time, there are hints of an upgrade to the ghost cloak costume that will help Samus move around undetected, which sounds very cool! This will come in handy when you’re on the run from the EMMI bots chasing you.
Of course, this is a Metroid game, so running, jumping and shooting are inevitable. But there are four new moves and skills that we saw in Samus:
- He can slide and glide in small spaces without stopping and turning into a defender.
- She has a new melee pose and a jump kick that she can use to push moving enemies away.
- Samus can now aim freely while moving, and is no longer held back by the accuracy of only aiming silently.
- Thanks to the blue magnetic strips on the walls and ceilings, she can grab and climb while fending off enemies.
Overall, everything seems more dynamic, and we look forward to the release of Metroid Dread!
There’s also a Treehouse Direct where they give more details about the game:
Should I play previous Metroid games?
No, it isn’t. But why not? It will be an interesting experience. Anyway, the producer of the Metroid series has indicated that the game will include a prologue. This prologue brings players up to speed and tells them everything that happened in the previous games.
Although the prologue may remind you of key points you missed or forgot. But you don’t have to play the previous games yet. Ultimately, it’s your choice!Last week, Hideo Kojima and Microsoft announced that they will be working together on a new game for the Xbox One. The game is titled Death Stranding and will be released in 2017. While we wait for more details about the game, let’s do what we can to get our heads around all the clues about the game’s story and gameplay.. Read more about abandon game and let us know what you think.
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