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Submitted by Nyxus 830d ago | image

Final preparations for TGS 2012, lots of photos from Kojima

With this year's Tokyo Game Show about to start, Kojima Productions is busy with all the preparations for the event. Among the products on display are action figures, soundtracks and of course games, like Metal Gear Rising, Zone of the Enders HD Collection and Metal Gear Solid Social Ops. Kojima posted a lot of photos on his Twitter that show these preparations. (Culture, Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, Tokyo Game Show, Zone of the Enders HD Collection)

C L O U D  +   830d ago
Those figures...
Nyxus  +   830d ago
I want that REX.
Mac is OK  +   830d ago
Solidus looks amazing, makes you wonder if they have an updated 3d render of him ready. Also it looks like they might be showing Ground Zeroes again!
DivineAssault  +   830d ago
damn TGS smokes E3 every time.. I like western games but my heart is with eastern development (in most cases)
doogiebear  +   830d ago
Mgo news or else it doesnt matter

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