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I personally think this game is a masterpiece, which really caught me off guard when I heard all the wildly different reviews. It's a very fun Metal Gear spinoff, which has given me quite a bit of fun thus far.
I say spinoff because it doesn't feature the main protagonist Snake or a political espionage theme, but rather it takes place in a bizarre abandoned world full of crystal monsters, lol.
I say first and foremost, don't let the headlines about Hideo Kojima sway you, I think it does much honor to his legacy. Myself, I consider it to be like the Snake's dream minigame of Phantom Pain- just multiplayer and much more in-depth. It's not really just the "zombies" either, there's all kinds of weird alien crystal creatures in that world. It's good for people who liked past games like Peacewalker, and don't mind something with a little less story and a little more gameplay. It wont scratch that itch for philosophy and military intrigue though, so if you have that, probably best to pop in Snake Eater, Peacewalker, or Phantom Pain. But if you want to kill a bunch of monsters in a weird world and play as a character other than Snake all the time? Survive is a good supplement, I recommend it.
It can be a bit frustratingly hard to begin because of the sharp learning curve, and Fox Engine graphically isn't as pretty as the one in Phantom Pain, but it runs smoother than silk even 4 player coop online- and I'm sure that was the idea. You can also wear those awesome MSF balaclavas from Peacewalker, so I'm pretty much the target audience for this game.
Im a fan of Metal Gear and love this franchise to death. After Kojima left I didn't know what was next for the series. Metal Gear Survive is the answer and its not exactly what I as a fan wanted. Did you enjoy Vs fluid and responsive control along with the freedom to approach all its missions from a different angle each time? The fluid control is gone in this game due to an added hunger and thirst system that will degrade how high your health and stamina can go. The story of V wasn't exactly winning any Oscars and kind of just dropped off at an indiscriminate point leaving me as a fan with no questions but no resolutions to things that I wanted to see. Well this game has a story that is trying really hard to hold your attention. I dont blame the developers for trying because the effort is evident when you look at the game and its story that it is trying to present.
Look if you're thinking of buying this game Ill put it simply for you. If you want to experience the most conceptually uninteresting train wreck in history then buy this. It might hold your attention for 10 bucks but I wouldn't put money on that. After 5 hours the game is still trying to tell you how to play it with tutorial messages.
TLDR: Its just kind of boring and for 10 bucks just being kind of bored of a not terrible experience isn't what you should be using that 10 bucks for. Go buy a good indi game or a okay dinner for you and your significant other. If this is what Metal Gear is now then id rather just play something else, or take a nap.
I'm a Metal Gear fan so I'll try to be objective in this short review. Repetitive; unrealistic hunger and thirst depletion for you and at base camp; complicated crafting, storehouse, and repository menus that are never fully explained; unbalanced gameplay and time consuming grinding throughout. I'm level 62 right now. Killed 3 end game bosses. Trying to increase my level to 69 so that I can try to kill level 69 Frostbite. If you like co-op then you might enjoy this game. If you like single player (like me), then acquiring weapon, gadget, and gear upgrades that only come from co-op kinda sucks. Overall, this game can be fun and addictive, but also feel like work.