Tag Archives: kojima
Wed, Nov 07, 2012 | 15:49 GMT
Metal Gear Solid 4 25th Anniversary Edition has shown up via online retail shops Zavvi and ShopTo, with both stating the title is set for a November 30 release. The packshot, posted below, was shown along with pricing ranging from £37.45 to £15.85 reduced from £19.99, respectively. A budget release was made available in Japan earlier this year alongside the MGS 4 trophies patch. Thanks, OPM.
Fri, Mar 16, 2012 | 19:09 GMT
Since 1987, the Metal Gear series has become one of the most popular in games. So popular in fact that art from the series is being featured in the Smithsonian! More »
Tue, Feb 15, 2011 | 16:56 GMT
Hideo Kojima has tweeted a sneak peek at the Metal Gear Solid Peace Walker Official Art Works book today.
Fri, Sep 17, 2010 | 22:14 BST
It’s official: Metal Gear Solid 3DS is a lock for 2011.
Sat, Apr 10, 2010 | 19:36 BST
Castlevania: Lords of Shadow’s Dave Cox has revealed that the game started out as a remake of the original 8-bit classic.
Wed, Oct 28, 2009 | 21:06 GMT
Hideo Kojima has followed up his Zone of Enders blog post from last week with a new entry stating how surprised he was over staff and public reaction to it.
“The reaction [to the post] was greater than I’d expected,” he wrote. “The comments topped the 100 mark, and the access count reached levels of the Tokyo Game Show time. It was picked up in a variety of places, including the net and press, and spread throughout the world.”
Over at Kojima Productions, former ZOE staff members in the building were so excited, they asked to be a part of the next installment, wanted to know when it be started on, and one even decorated his desk in ZOE style.
Kojima was even a bit shocked to hear rumors that used prices for the previous two games had gone up as well.
People really love theses games, we reckon.
More through Andriasang.
Fri, May 22, 2009 | 22:15 BST
The Kojima teaser site has the internet all in a tizzy, and with rumors of the next Metal Gear flying around, a new one for Lords of Shadow has been added to it.
Kombo is reporting that the next PSW magazine, due on stands June 18, shows a silhouette of the main character in Kojima’s next game.
However, the site says it’s not the same game associated with the teaser we have all been eying so closely.
A NeoGAFer has found evidence to support that the game on the cover of PSW is possibly Lords of Shadow, and as we all know, it’s being published by Komani, overseen by Kojima, and developed by another company.
All that being said, Kombo suggests – like us – to take all this as rumor and speculation until more is revealed.
Technically, PSW’s magazine cover isn’t lying, but you can see by the furor it’s causing on forums around the net how easy it is to jump to conclusions.
Pass the aspirin, please.
Fri, May 22, 2009 | 02:31 BST
The Kojima teaser site finally switched around a bit, and after waiting around for the update, we were presented with yet another teaser.
The clock was reset, and now along with the flashing “S” or “5″ there are the new letters and numbers “E”, “3″, and either a “q” or backwards “g”, possibly a “9″ or something else entirely.
We have no idea at this point.
All we know is that it’s a countdown to a countdown of sorts. Wait til E3 basically.
Go see for yourself.
Thanks for the company, Michael.
Thu, May 21, 2009 | 19:42 BST
The teaser site over at Kojima Productions is scheduled to reveal what is in store for us later this evening, but that has not stopped a Japanese 7-Eleven e-Commerce database from claiming it’s a Metal Gear game.
Its listing mentions upcoming issues of trade magazines offering coverage of the MGS games, specifically pointing out Famitsu PSP+PS3.
Other than implying that the game is Sony only, the listing also mentions that the magazines are slated to hit retail on May 30.
Over on the Kojima site, there’s just over six hours left before another bit of tease is added, or we get a full reveal.
Maybe it will at least shed light on the “5″ that pops up with the lightening. Or it could be an “S”.
We don’t know, really. But it’s killing us.