Last year, Konami showed off images created using its upcoming game engine, the Fox Engine. Over on the CryDev forums, modder Gametime decided to recreate that demo with current gen tech. The result isn't next gen, but damn, it sure is amazing.
There was a rumour earlier this week that Metal Gear creator Hideo Kojima was trying to sign up a developer to handle a remake of Metal Gear Solid using Konami's new Fox Engine. It's not true, though there are the very best intentions behind it.
The Fox Engine. You've heard about it. You've seen the PR. We know it's going to be the game engine for
the next Metal Gear The Phantom Pain. So what's it all about? Metal Gear creator Hideo Kojima, in a recent tweet, revealed the concept of the Fox Engine, his thoughts on games, and reminded people that he is a…
The next generation is around the corner. And with it, video gamers will get wrinkles, hair follicles, and pores like they've never seen before. Before we know it, the Uncanny Valley will become the new normal.
Metal Gear Solid creator Hideo Kojima will show off his new Fox Engine on August 30, he said in an interview posted on the PlayStation blog today.
Metal Gear creator Hideo Kojima is about to turn fifty. Hard at work on a new game and a new game engine, he sure doesn't seem like he's slowing down.
Hideo Kojima, creator of Metal Gear Solid, is not only working on a new game, he's also working on a new game engine. Oh, and he's also hiring up for the "next" Metal Gear. Busy guy!
Graphics engines have gotten quite powerful, to the point that they can render wide-open spaces, far-off worlds, and incredible alien races. But can they re-create… a meeting room?
Hideo Kojima, creator of Metal Gear, is working on a new game engine called the Fox Engine. Today, he's been posting test images showing off what it can do. One of those things is see woman's bras through their shirts.
Hideo Kojima of Metal Gear fame has shown off a test image of his "new work".
Hideo Kojima, creator of the Metal Gear series, didn't announce any new games at Konami's pre-E3 2011 press conference today—though he did announce new versions of his older games. Instead, Kojima introduced us to the new Fox Engine.