Metal Gear Solid on sale” is a heavenly phrase for gamers. For this reason, you must take advantage of the last days of Konami Stealth Week. In this way, you can save money on the latest videogames created by the Kojima-Konami combination.

But what are the Metal Gear Saga games that you can buy in these hours at a special price for PC? Let’s find out together.

Metal Gear Solid: the last games by master Kojima

Let’s face it: the latest Metal Gear games are not the best. We are light years away from masterpieces like the first Metal Gear Solid or the third chapter, Snake Eater.

Regardless, the games released in recent years can offer hours of gameplay and healthy fun. Besides, some of them are also quite difficult. No, Metal Gear Survive, we’re not talking about you, fortunately. Here are the games available!

Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain

Without a doubt, the most interesting game on sale is MGS V: The Phantom Pain. It is the first open-world game of the Metal Gear saga and manages to amaze for many reasons.

First of all, you will have complete freedom to choose how to tackle missions. You will have several partners at your disposal and a very large game map. Moreover, for the first time, you will have more free gameplay. This means you can decide whether to be a silent and elusive snake or create chaos with your arsenal.

You can also enjoy fabulous settings, which will catapult you into hostile environments. In short, the emotion that surrounds a typical game of the Metal Gear Saga is there and it is worth trying it.

Of course, there are flaws, but if you want to read everything you need to know about Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, then I suggest you take a look at my full review.

If you want to buy the game, you can find it in our store at an unmissable price.

Ground Zeroes

Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes
I’m watching you

You know when you start a new game and you need the tutorial for the controls? Well, MGS V: The Phantom Pain has a dedicated videogame that serves as a tutorial.

Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes is the game you should try before trying out the fifth official chapter created by Kojima. Indeed, many criticized it when it was on the market, but only because they did not understand its purpose. In my opinion, Ground Zeroes had the task of getting players used to the new gameplay, showing them a new way.

True Metal Gear fans who haven’t played The Phantom Pain yet will be blown away when they try Ground Zeroes. In fact, for the first time, it is possible to play Big Boss in a completely new mode, following your own moves. You can choose to infiltrate among enemies or decimate them: you have no limit.

Plus, you must play Ground Zeroes to better understand the story of The Phantom Pain that closes the plot of the saga. The game is available at a minimum price, so I suggest you take it. Alternatively, if you want to try a full experience, then you can buy Metal Gear Solid V: The Definitive Edition that includes Ground Zeroes and other special contents.

Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance

This game has cut (heh!) in two critics and players. Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance is a spin-off of the original saga. But, what about this special chapter? Well, first thing, you have to forget the stealth gameplay of Metal Gear Solid. This game is a pure hack’n’slash where frenzy is the keyword.

Also, the main character is Raiden. Yes, Raiden from Metal Gear Solid 2. That guy. I still remember how Kojima surprised everyone when he chose the blond Raiden as the protagonist of the game instead of Solid Snake.

Well, although Kojima still loves to surprise everyone with unexpected projects, Raiden has changed completely. In this game he is a ruthless Cyber-Ninja able to slice anything thanks to his sword. Badass, isn’t it?

In short, if you are interested in pure action gameplay, where you will have to face deadly enemies and have ready reflexes, this is the game for you. If you are a fan of classic games of the saga, you can also decide not to buy it.

I honestly enjoyed the game and if you don’t have too many claims you can consider it a great spin-off. Finally, you can take advantage of its low price to take it without any worries.

MGS Saga awaits you

Once again, I’m telling you, Konami Stealth Week is running out of steam. Do not miss the opportunity, choose now which game to buy and have fun with Snake and the Diamond Dogs!

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