Cardboard box Travel
Boxes of course are nothing new in the world of Metal Gear. Many of us have used boxes to sneak around for years now, and more unusual usages, like wolf repellent boxes, have gone down in MGS history. Somehow, though, Metal Gear Solid V makes boxes even more awesome than before. In fact, in the 20+ hours I’ve with with the game, an unexpected moment with the box has transformed into my most memorable encounter with the enemy by far:
[Footage taken from a livestream, hence the comments on the sidebar]
Since then, I’ve become somewhat obsessed with the box. I use it everywhere, even when I probably shouldn’t. Even getting caught is a joy, because it gives me an excuse become a murderous Jack-In-The-Box. There’s nothing quite like going into reflex mode, popping out of the box, and dealing with an enemy—and then just disappearing back into the box once more.
Each poster has a unique usage. The bikini model one, for example, makes guards salivate over you. The soldier one, meanwhile, makes enemies think that you’re an ally. Both are great ways of maintaining stealth while being aggressive, which I appreciate.
I’m wearing the cardboard box so much, I’ve started assessing the terrain for its sledding potential. I don’t think I’m alone in that, either. I’ve noticed that some Metal Gear Solid players are actively trying to find the best sledding routes within the game:
Even the reactions to the box are great.
“A cardboard box is moving!, ” the guard cries into his walkie talkie.
“This is CP. Knock it off. Out, ” his superiors respond.
[Source: my personal YouTube channel.]
All of this has come together to cement the box as my favorite item in Metal Gear Solid V. Nothing else comes close.
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Yes it is true but you have to be prepared for space travel. Take some food, water and warm clothes, get in the box and close the hatch. Being real dark helps, but anyway close your eyes and prepare for take off. Wait a few minutes to get into orbit, then open your eyes. It will be dark but that is the way it is in outer space, maybe you can see a few stars. Enjoy your trip, come back soon!