If you missed Sony's press conference last night, it featured the glorious return of Metal Gear Solid creator Hideo Kojima. He's bounced back nicely after leaving Konami, and he was on hand to reveal his first game under the independent banner of Kojima Productions. Death Stranding stars Norman Reedus of The Walking Dead fame, and the lead took to his Instagram to deal a crushing blow to Kojima's former bosses at Konami. More after the jump.
Hideo Kojima took the stage during Sony's E3 press conference, saying "I'm back" before revealing the first trailer for Death Stranding, his first game with the independent Kojima Productions. The trailer shows a CG Norman Reedus, who was previously going to star in Kojima and del Toro's Silent Hills. More after the jump.
After falling out with Konami, Hideo Kojima officially announced his own independent Kojima Productions studio back in December, revealing a new logo (pictured right) in the process. An air of mystery surrounded the helmeted skull in the logo from the very beginning, and now Kojima has revealed the full figure known as Ludens. More after the jump.
Game designer Hideo Kojima is branching into the world of Youtube video production with an original Youtube series entitled "HideoTube". Hit the jump to check it out.
Considering the history of Hideo Kojima it's not too surprising to see him team up with Sony for his first project after leaving Konami. In a new video from IGN he discusses why he chose Sony for his first endeavor with the independent version of Kojima Productions, despite receiving several offers from many different companies. Video after the jump.
The long nightmare that enshrouded Metal Gear Solid mastermind Hideo Kojima's final days at Konami is finally over. Not only did Konami announce that Kojima is gone, but he has now positioned Kojima Productions as its own independent studio and is moving on to hopefully brighter days. More after the jump.
According to a report from The New Yorker, Hideo Kojima left Konami's Tokyo offices on October 9. He was given a departure ceremony with around a hundred guests and everything, but now Konami is denying this and saying Kojima is still an employee.