Wouldn’t you be, too?
Wouldn’t you be, too?
If you hadn’t already figured that this week’s ‘Shop Contest would somehow involve naked Norman Reedus from Hideo Kojima’s newly-announced Death Stranding, welcome to Kotaku.
If you viewed the bizarre teaser for Death Stranding and immediately thought, “what the hell did I just watch,” the good news is that you are not alone.
Hideo Kojima just walked on stage at Sony’s E3 press conference to show off his new studio’s first project.
Yesterday, Konami revealed Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater for pachinko slot machines. Today, people are mass-disliking its debut trailer.
The helmeted skull logo of Kojima Productions may have an official body now, but the unofficial ones created by our readers for last week’s ‘Shop Contest are much, much cooler.
Hideo Kojima showed off the full body for his studio’s logo, which he previously described as “very cool.” He was right. It is!
You’ve seen this, no? It’s the new Kojima Productions logo (above), which was first shown last December and which shows a skull and some sort of helmet. But that’s not all, according to Hideo Kojima.
Late last year, Hideo Kojima set up his new studio and started work on a brand new title. In a recent Famitsu interview, he talks about how things are progressing.
Lots of Solid Snake fans got sad when the folks making the Shadow Moses HD re-make of Metal Gear Solid suddenly announced that they were stopping development last month. It turns out that all of that work isn’t just evaporating into thin air. You’ll be able to walk around the environments of what could have been.
Hideo Kojima’s Snatcher is great. As is this homage to it from Japanese cosplay superstar Omi Gibson.
“I was kinda hoping that Konami would take me back now that he was gone.” In a special edition of the Game Informer podcast, actor and screenwriter David Hayter talked about his “humiliating” replacement as Metal Gear’s leading man and how he really feels about the series creator who wanted him gone.
I’m not sure what to say exactly.
Hideo Kojima was fucked over at last year’s Video Game Awards, reportedly prevented from getting up on stage as his Metal Gear Solid V won awards. Last night at the DICE awards, a free man with a new studio, nothing was going to stop him getting his dues.
Some of the big sellers will not surprise you. Some of them might.
Yep, sure, of course.