As you might have gathered by now, Hideo Kojima's fond of an 80s track or two, and there are plenty of these tunes to add to your collection as you play through Phantom Pain. In order to increase your repertoire of available tunes, you'll need to seek out the many music tapes sprinkled here and there. Unless you're turning the place upside down as you play though, you're likely to miss a few. On this page, you'll find the location of every one of these tapes, so keep your eyes peeled for them as you play. Some of them can only be pilfered during later missions in the game, but if you've made a lot of progress you can always go back and grab any that are missing from your collection. Happy hunting! Sometimes we include links to online retail stores. If you click on one and make a purchase we may receive a small commission.
Additionally, Integral features two hidden tunes based on Metal Gear 2 available via a secret codec frequency in the main game. One is an arranged version of the "Theme of Solid Snake", while the other is an arrangement of "Zanzibar Breeze. Brawl on the Shadow Moses Island stage. The CD was released on September 23, — three weeks after the Japanese release of the game. A total of three versions of the soundtrack were released, with the "Metal Gear Solid Control Mix" track missing from the earliest version. Limited print editions of the Japanese copy and the standard European copy have cardboard sleeves accompanied with the discs jewel case. The final edition of the Japanese print does not come with the cardboard sleeve.
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Music is one among many ways to overcome a painful break-up. Mixtapes for moping, ballads for the broken-hearted; they help anyone going through a difficult period. This goes for romantic drama, naturally, but any meaningful separation causes its own kind of phantom pain. Of course, this would only became apparent to players as they progressed through the game. But what if we were listening in the wrong way, looking for the wrong things? And he also has form in making references to his own situation as a creator. For example, Ground Zeroes features a mission where Venom Snake has to erase the logos of Metal Gear games Kojima was involved in, which with hindsight we have to regard as a not-so-subtle communication that Konami was getting rid of him.