The game is called the "phantom pain" because having to play this game is where allot of the "pain" comes from. Well actually it's more about losing a limb. Not I am not saying the game is bad, but anytime I see a game getting a 10 out of 10. That's a total red flag for  me almost immediately. 

Graphics: have played this on the Ps4 and not the Xbone 1 I really had nothing too compare it too. But it also graphics on the Ps4 it looks really good. Environments were brown and boring  and basically it was a desert but it looks good. I saw a little bit of clipping, but nothing major. 

Sound: really quick like I wanted to talk about sound , in Msg5 sound is just important as graphics,control,gameplay. And it does a nice job here from coyote howls to crickets. The sound is very well done in Msg5 . It definitively sets the atmosphere in the game, which is very important.  One thing I almost forgot to mention was Big Boss's new voice, unfortunately in this game it was not veteran  David Haytner voicing the title character.Nope, that was no other than Keifer Sutherland voicing Snake.He did a good job, he didn't have much to say in the game. But none the less he was a good replacement:)

Controls: This is what bugged me a little bit, now I don't know if it's my controller? It kinda reminds me of my Air-Flo control er back on the Ps3  , see their was a computer chip built into the controller. And it was also a annoying defect as well. But after a while , the controller had a mind of it's own "so to speak" and I noticed this a few times. When just surfing the Ps4 browser, the arrow want's to auto scroll. And I also noticed it playing the game. Especially when I was attempting to "sneak" Big Boss(Snake) wouldn't stand still sometimes. And it was rather annoying. Other then some minor issues when selecting weapons or equipment? Nothing really major or game breaking.

Gameplay: Let's talk about the "repetitive gameplay" shall we. It's the basic wash, rinse and repeat we all have seen before. You "farm" and you do have too "farm" for missions allot in this game. And being "open world" it can take forever in this game. And their is no "fast travel" so your going to "hoof" it allot quit literally. Missions usually break down like this  Mother Base + Get in Helicopter + Select a Mission + Select drop point and begin observation of your objective + Silently take out a base of enemies, or go in, guns blazing = Complete final objectives and extract. 
Yea and going in  guns blazing is what get's you killed fast. So your better of going "stealth" that's talk about the whole "stealth" thing here. I have yet to play a "stealth game" where that actually works. Because no matter how hard you you try your darnedest  to stealth, you always get caught:( Face it you would have to be "invisible" to actually "stealth", luckily you have the Chicken Hat to do just that, Problem is IF you use the Chicken Hat  you get not experience for that mission. In it's "defense" it is for the harder missions in t he game.

Mother Base: in Msg5 you have Mother Base as your base of operations lol! Where you can take a shower. and develop and micro manage it.
Now one thing I do appreciate is that, I can do it in game. And I can have equipment "air dropped " too me in a mission as well. "Just for fun , onetime I deliberately stood on the exact spot where the equipment was going to be dropped and all it did was knock me down:( Msg5 brings back the "Fulton mechanic" from Peace Walker and it's how you get stuff developed. A friend of mine, basically "Fultoned" everything in the game so I'll bet he was totally set. Think of it as the games cur ency and you can't let it drop either. Because their is probably some venality you have to pay, if you let it drop. 

You can also recruit Buddies  to help you in you mission, and probably the best recruit is DD or Diamond Dog. Every time I see this video , it cracks me up:) 

So what theTRUTH about MSG5 the Phantom Pain? So unless you a fan or fanboy of the Msg5 series, this is no brainier must buy. That is IF you haven't already bought it. For others, this is defiantly a rent  and don't feel bad if you force yourself to finish playing the game. Because, that's how I felt too. Anihilation Gaming  
P.S. I relay didn't mess with online well, because it's online. But here's a video enjoy:) 

Deadpool stars Ryan Reynolds as mercenary Wade Wilson, who is given superhuman healing powers after undergoing experimental treatment for a terminal illness. Adopting a distinctive suit, the disfigured, fast-talking anti-hero seeks violent revenge on the men responsible for his condition.

At a recent screening in London, co-star TJ Miller revealed that even though the movie had been given an R-rating, the home media version would feature even more graphic material. "The idea that when you see the fall director's cut of it, that that's going to be even more raw, that's pretty heavy duty," he said, viacinemablend.com.

The movie sits within Fox's X-Men universe. Reynolds played the character briefly in 2009's X-Men Origins: Wolverine, although this version is much closer to its comic book origins.

Deadpool is the directorial debut of visual effects artist Tim Miller. It also stars Morena Baccarin, Ed Skrein, and Gina Carano, and is released on February 12, 2016.

In This War Of Mine: The Little Ones must be a group make of civilians in the ruins of a city under siege the harsh reality. Brutal raiders lurking snipers, and the lack of food and medical care for constant danger. The Little Onesshows these bitter hardships in war also from a completely new perspective - from a child. The survival simulation indicates that children always remain children in times of war - they laugh, cry, play and see the world with different eyes.
I thought I would respond to a few of the comments left on here, please don't take it personal IF I didn't respond to your comment. Thanks:)

candy crush sod said:
Because of posts like this I surf the internet and when I found you, the time I felt I was wasting, just turned my thoughts around and now I am thinking I invested my time in something really interesting.

Annihilation Gaming (TM) 

Thanks for that first of all, I am glad I was able to "turn your thoughts around" that's one of the reasons I founded Annihilation Gaming, because I too felt that when "surfing the web" it was a huge waste of my time as well. Look at the fact were in to 2016, and all the so-called other gaming websites aren't even talking about 2016 gaming. Their still focused on last year 2015. In fact you'll have to wait until at least April , for sites like IGN, N4G etc... to really focus on this year.  However, I'm right on top of 2016 gaming already:) April is when Pax East happens. Their is plenty of gaming to talk about, I don't why other "so called" gaming sites don't get going until around April? But for  Annihilation Gaming , gaming never stops;)


Now stop me IF you have heard this all before?
I had been posting on the DCUO forums for about a month? And then I log in one day and I get this bullshit! 
DC Universe Online Forums - Error
You have been banned for the following reason: Banned 7 days for trolling.. If you wish to appeal this ban, please contact a member of the Daybreak Games Community team. Your ban will be lifted on Jan 30, 2016.

It doesn't really bother me that I got banned. Well this forum is the typical bullshit I have sen on forums before. Basically "zero moderation" and IF it does have any "moderation" it's bullshit and corrupted as usual.   But I have to admit I have the ability to "appeal" a ban?  That is IF the fucking site will let me. Yet apparently, It locks me out and freezes my account to  well I am just assuming so I can't log out and log into another account? Basically it prevents "sock puppeting" I am fine with you not letting me post on your forums but you lock me out of my email and other "stuff" that is just plain bullshit! So fuck you, Daybreak Games and the horse you rode in on. And yes I did contact "support" and they had no record of my banishment. So I won't be posting on your shitty gay forums anytime soon?  Again! fuck you Daybreak Games. 

Traditionally, the month February doesn't usually play host to many box office blockbusters, but that has changed in recent years. In 2014, The Lego Movie opened with a whopping $69 million, en route to a domestic take of $257.7 million, and last year, Fifty Shades of Grey broke the all-time February opening weekend record with $85.1 million, breaking The Passion of the Christ's 11-year record of $83.8 million. That same weekend, the second place finisher, Kingsman: The Secret Service, even fared quite well, opening with $36 million. The February tradition of new blockbusters is set to continue this year with Deadpool, with The Hollywood Reporter revealing the film is on pace for an opening weekend take of $55 million. Analysts started tracking the superhero adventure yesterday, with some even claiming that it could hit north of $60 million in its opening frame. The 20th Century Fox film will go up against Warner Bros. romantic comedy How to Be Single, which doesn't have any early tracking data yet, and Paramount's comedy sequel Zoolander 2, which analysts are predicting will open with $20 million. If these projections are accurate, the R-rated Deadpool will have a higher opening weekend than both the original X-Men and X-Men: First Class. In related news, tickets are now on sale for Deadpool, ahead of its February 12 release. Based upon Marvel Comics' most unconventional anti-hero, Deadpool tells the origin story of former Special Forces operative turned mercenary Wade Wilson, who after being subjected to a rogue experiment that leaves him with accelerated healing powers, adopts the alter ego Deadpool. Armed with his new abilities and a dark, twisted sense of humor, Deadpool hunts down the man who nearly destroyed his life. What remains to be seen is if 20th Century Fox will actually plunk down some big bucks to promote Deadpool during the Super Bowl. The cost of a single 30-second TV spot is reportedly $5 million this year, so we'll have to wait and see if the studio has any plans for the Merc With the Mouth to invade the big game, which airs Sunday, February 7 on CBS, just five days before the movie hits theaters. Star Ryan Reynolds tweeted out the news that tickets are on sale, which comes with a link to purchase tickets and a new photo. The actor also announced he's hosting a Q&A today on the @Fandango Twitter feed, which you can follow with the hashtag #Fandeadgo. Ryan Reynolds stars as the Merc With the Mouth, with a supporting cast that includes Morena Baccarin, Gina Carano, Ed Skrein, T.J. Miller, Brianna Hildebrand, Olesia Shewchuk, Style Dayne, Rachel Sheen and Dan Zachary. Tim Miller makes his directorial debut with Deadpool, working from a script by Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick. Deadpool is based on the Marvel comic book series created by Rob Liefeld. How much do you think Deadpool will make on its opening weekend? Read more at: https://tr.im/GaD2z