METAL GEAR SOLID V GROUND ZEROES User Reviews
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The game was originally conceived as a direct sequel to 2010's PSP release of "Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker" and was to be released on both the PSP and PS3. This was delayed multiple times due to development issues and other projects. After learning about the upcoming generation of game consoles the PSP version was scrapped and the game ended up the way it is now.
First Metal Gear Solid game in which David Hayter isn't the English language voice for the Snake/Big Boss character. Akio Ôtsuka still provides his voice for the character in the Japanese version
Almost every cutscene is shown through one continuous camera which moves as if in one single take.
In addition to Big Boss, Kiefer Sutherland also voices Raiden (Jamais Vu mission) and "Classic" Snake (Déjà Vu mission), by use of archive sound samples for Big Boss. When Raiden speaks, his voice sounds mechanical, but it's still possible to tell that is Sutherland's recording. Sutherland also is rumored to voice the Medic in the Chopper at the end of the first mission. If this is true, his recordings are deepened. If you heighten the pitch, it sounds similar Sutherland's voice
Kiefer Sutherland and James Horan previously appeared together in the sixth season of 24 (2001). They will go on to work together a third time in Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain (2015).Quotes
Kazuhira Miller: They played us like a damn fiddle!
Hideo: [At the completion of Intel Operative Rescue] Snake... [Snake gives Hideo his glasses] Hideo: What took you so long?
Hideo: [At the completion of Intel Operative Rescue] [When earning an "S" rank] Hideo: Snake... [Snake gives Hideo his glasses] Hideo: That was perfect.Easter Eggs
In the side op Intel Operative Rescue, the player has to help an agent get into the helicopter. In the end cutscene, he is revealed as the creator of the Metal Gear series, Hideo Kojima. After the mission, he'll be in the helicopter in the main menu and waiting a while on the mission select screen will make him spin the list of missions.
In the Deja Vu Extra Op, there are two P.O.W.s you can find - one in the Prison Camp and another in the Boiler Room of the Administration Building. If you interact with both of these hostages, the FoxDie virus will attempt to infect the FoxEngine that the game is being run on.
In Deja Vu, players can find a Cassette Tape down by the small cave near the old prison that houses Chico. It has two tracks from past Metal Gear games on it - the Resurgence (ALERT!) music from Metal Gear Solid and the Theme of Tara from the original Metal Gear for the MSX2.