This seems like a good deal, doesn’t it? NVIDIA is offering a new GeForce game bundle with their graphics cards, and they’re bundling Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain (the last MGS that Hideo Kojima will reportedly work on) for free. The game comes with any of NVIDIA’s GPUs belonging to the GTX-900 family, which includes the GTX 970M and GTX 980M, found in a range of high-end notebooks. MGS V implements a bunch of NVIDIA-specific technologies to help make it look great on the PC, and it’ll more than likely look and play better on GeForce hardware. AMD currently has DiRT Rally on offer, which is still in Early Access on Steam. It looks like both vendors offer good value for their respective bundles, but MGS V looks like the better game to play at this time. This promotion runs until 1 September 2015, or until stocks last.