That whale came from the moon. Before any Kojima Productions video game starts, the studio logo movie must play. This is that studio logo movie.
Wouldn’t you be, too?
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.
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.
Here is a belated best-of list from a game designer who claims that 70 percent of his body is made of movies.
Last year certainly didn’t seem like fun for Metal Gear Solid creator Hideo Kojima. But that was 2015. This is 2016.
Throughout 2015, just when you thought things couldn’t get any more bizarre for Konami, they did. Let’s take a look back at the weirdness that was Konami in 2015.
Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain has proven to be a hit, selling five million copies worldwide. According to today’s Nikkei, the Tokyo-based fitness company has began internal talks about the next Metal Gear title.
There’s a cutscene, late in Metal Gear Solid V, that’s ostensibly serious but contains a musical interlude so awkward it sent me into giggle fits. A dozen missions later, there’s a harrowing sequence that ranks among the best video game scenes I’ve ever played. If you don’t know how to reconcile those two things,…
According to a report on Nikkei, the corporate culture at Konami—home of Metal Gear, Silent Hill and Pro Evolution Soccer—hasn’t only soured over the past few years, but has become almost terrifyingly Orwellian.