Metal Gear Solid V – Recent Poll Suggests PC Most Popular Platform for The Phantom Pain

Posted Jun 8, 2015
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According to a recent poll, gamers are mostly looking forward to playing Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain on the PC. Despite the fact that very few games in the Metal Gear franchise have been available on the platform, the prospect of mods, as well as the option of using higher resolutions does seem rather appealing.

Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes, demonstrated how amazing a well optimized Metal Gear title can look and play on the PC platform, so it its understandable that many PC gamers are looking forward to the release of The Phantom Pain in September.

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Both because of the themes it tackles as well as because of the buzz surrounding it, caused by the Konami/Kojima dispute and the alleged transplant doctor controversies. Additionally, David Hayter, long time voice actor of Solid Snake and Big Boss got replaced by Kiefer Sutherland. A strange theory is floating around claiming that Hayter will be back as Solid Snake.

Last year, the voice actor of Raiden, Quinton Flynn hinted that Hayter will still be Solid Snake and Sutherland is only taking up the role of Big Boss. In a recent interview with Yong Yea, Flynn shared his thoughts:

“In fact a petition went around, not only did I sign, I wrote a letter of support for David. He’s brilliant, he’s a good friend, I love him. He deserves the role, he originated it. I supported that. As we know, in any kind of business there’s more to the story that we don’t know. So it had to be some kind of a business decision. “Why?” I don’t know, I don’t know that I’ll ever know. Only David know. Hideo knows. They probably know more than Kiefer knows. I think he got the job and I’m sure he was happy to do it. I’ve not heard what he’s done at all. I don’t have any insider information. But he’s Kiefer Sutherland, so I can imagine what it’ll sound like and I’m sure it’ll be fine…whatever.”

Kojima previously stated that Sutherland was brought in for Metal Gear Solid V because they wanted to convey emotions not only through dialogue but through facial gestures as well, suggesting that this was more a creative decision.

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Flynn is convinced that Sutherland will indeed deliver a capable performance in The Phantom Pain.

“Kiefer, you may not know me, but I love you buddy. I’m a big fan, and I do also know Kiefer is a musician. He told me about the club he had, I don’t know if he still has it. Everything I’ve gotten from Kiefer as an actor and from interviews I’ve seen, he seems like a stand up guy, a genuine guy. I’m sure he’s going to do quite a capable performance. I don’t have any problem with him. It’s a decision that is above and beyond us, and that’s what happens in this business. I’ve replaced actors, actors have replaced me. It’s just a part of the game.”

Konami promised to clarify things about Hideo Kojima in the future. Kojima’s name is still included in the game’s credits.

More information about the Phantom Pain will be revealed next month and we will certainly be getting some new footage at E3 2015.

We will bring you any new information regarding Metal Gear Solid V, Konami and Hideo Kojima as soon as it becomes available.

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