In the latest episode of his podcast, Metal Gear creator Hideo Kojima took the time to bat down rumors in a new segment in which he replies to rumors simply by stating "yes" or "no".
Back in 2005, Tokyo-based game maker Konami revealed it was working on a handful of titles for the then unreleased PS3. Games like Metal Gear Solid 4 and Gradius. MGS4 was released, but Gradius VI wasn't.
Konami has already released a special PS3 bundle for Metal Gear Solid 4. This new bundle isn't so special. But hey, it's got Castlevania: Lords of Shadow.
Metal Gear Solid 4 is an epic game. But it's missing something. Rather, somethings. Those somethings are PlayStation Trophies, which the game does not support.
Not exactly eight minutes, but close enough. This spring, Stealth series Metal Gear Solid is coming to the PSP. It will look like this.
Metal Gear Solid creator Hideo Kojima cannot be clear enough. Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker isn't just some PSP game. Oh no.
Hollywood loves talking money — salaries, budgets, you name it. The game industry doesn't.
There's no denying it. Upcoming PS3 exclusive God of War III is a big game. But how big is big?
He loved it. The MGS creator was tickled pink. No, he was ticked octocamo pink.
Snaaaaaaaaaaaaaake! Metal Gear Solid 4 is getting its own set of key chains, complete with character designs and voices.
With the release of Metal Gear Solid 4, Japanese company Konami saw record high sales of ¥309.77 billion and 4.2 percent growth for the 2008 fiscal year. That's the good news. The bad news?
David Hayter, voice of character Snake Metal Gear Solid and Hollywood screenwriter, has formed a production company with Tekken movie producer Benedict Carver.
Witness the story of Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots as told via the iPhone, in the action-packed official trailer for Metal Gear Solid Touch.
That's Hideo Kojima. He makes Metal Gear Solid games and really likes movies — that last part is hard to believe, we know.
It's foreign game panic day! Like Jun Takeuchi, Hideo Kojima is worried about Western games and Western developers. He tells Japanese magazine Famitsu what he's going to do about it.
According to some upset posters over on the official LittleBigPlanet forums, the Metal Gear Solid DLC released for the game last week didn't just bring good times. It brought bad, content-erasing times as well.
Early Metal Gear Solid 4 reviews might have been too flattering, and the cutscenes might have been too long. But MGS4 is a solid title. And months later, it's selling out today in Akihabara.
In Japan, Santa Claus does not have a beard — just a mustache, and an eyepatch. Oh yes; your dreams are almost true. This Christmas, MGS4 and LittleBigPlanet become one.