Hideo Kojima is back after an ugly break up with Konami, and is hard at work on a new IP for Playstation 4 called 'Death Stranding.' The new trailer looks incredible, but like most other early trailers for Kojima productions -- it's confusing as hell.
It was on this day in 2001 that we jumped in expecting another adventure with our favorite spy-soldier Solid Snake, and instead were shocked to find a game that cast him supporting alongside newcomer Raiden.
'Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain' won 2015's Best Action Adventure Game honors at last night's Video Game Awards, but creator Hideo Kojima was not there to accept the award... because Konami banned him from attending. Dick move, Konami. Dick move.
New job listings at Konami for would-be developers and visionaries to work on the next Metal Gear project echo our recent report that series creator Hideo Kojima is leaving the studio after the release of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain.
Sony is looking to turn the hit video game 'Metal Gear Solid' into a film franchise, and are now in early talks with 'Kings of Summer' director Jordan Vogt-Roberts to be the man behind the camera. It would join the upcoming renaissance of video game movies that include the Michael Fassbender-starring 'Assassin's Creed' and the Tom Hardy-led 'Splinter Cell.'
After years of 'Metal Gear Solid' being a PlayStation exclusive at launch, Kojima will finally release the next outing of the franchise on Xbox as well, which is fine. The problem is that Xbox users will get exclusive DLC this time out... WTF, Kojima?