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Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain


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There is a super solider, called big boss (even though I'm also thinking that was the main female enemy in MGS3) and he dies. So Russia create 2/3 clones (snake and liquid - and solidus?). Snake is nice, Liquid/Solidus become corrupt.

The main female enemy was The Boss since Naked Snake killed The Boss he got the title Big Boss, he doesn't die despite Solid Snake killing him. I thought there were 8 clones made of big boss but the other 5 failed.

Everything is because of some secret conspiracy.

The Boss had to die because of a secret conspiracy.

Her protige, Snake, became angry and started his own country as Big Boss.

A secret conspiracy cloned Snake to make Solid Snake and Liquid Snake and Solidus Snake because they wanted to study why Snake was so cool. (Eyepatches.)

A secret conspiracy made Big Boss so angry that he made his own secret conspiracy so Solid Snake fought him for another conspiracy.

Solidus became part of a secret conspiracy.

Solid Snake fought Liquid because of a secret conspiracy.

Then Solidus fought a secret conspiracy.

Seriously though Kojima actually said that he came up with clones just because he needed somebody who would be a convincing ultimate enemy for Snake and he immediately regretted it as soon as he needed to do sequels.

The secret consipracy is nano machines

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The minute you read that a character was angry so he started his own country all logic is out the window. MGS started with a lot of promise regarding its story but Kojima clearly needed professional editors to make this mess even remotely comprehensible.

Still, the games are more or less amazing.

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Incase anyone is interested I bought an Nvidia MGS key from here for £26, arrived within 24 hours.


Just bought from this seller. £22.99 for me. Usual caveats apply: if he rips me off, Snowbind is 100% legally liable etc. etc.

So glad they moved the release date forward - am on holiday that week. Push the ceiling.

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