Impressions of MGS: V continue to improve. The stealth mechanics are very nicely done so as to remain challenging while lacking detection indicators. And the management elements are a little clumsy and dense, but I've seen worse.
But the writing. It's weird, crazy, dark and wacky at the same time. And I love it. It's as if Hideo Kojima decided to re-write Apocalypse Now (one of the best movies ever made) from the perspective of Dennis Hopper's lunatic photographer. And it works. It's a pleasant dissonance to hear Kids of America blaring out of a tape deck owned by a hardened Soviet commando in the middle of Afghanistan.
More to follow.