Geoff Keighley @geoffkeighley This should be interesting: Heading off to interview Moby Dick Studio Head CEO Joakim Mogren.
Should be interesting *MGSV(ita)* *crosses fingers*
LOL at the people who thought moby dick studios was not real.
its Kojima...it has to be
How has it been confirmed to be real yet?
It ISN'T real. It's Kojima Productions.
It is fake because the name is based on a novel written during the American Renaissance, the story is based on a giant whale by the name Moby or Mocha Dick.. That is why you see a whale in the trailer of Phantom Pain, & the Guy with his hand ripped off is meant to be the pirate captain or something, the Helicopter is the ship cause the whale destroyed Ships, I knew there was something fishy with the name since it came from the novel, Kojima being silly again lol!!!
Why is this clown interviewing them? Could'nt they find anyone more credible? $20 says he'll show up in a Kimono there.
I thought the title said something else about him when i first read it. :-/
Keep it PG ppl lol.
No, Hammad, he'll come dressed as a giant Dorito while holding a bottle of mountain dew.
There will be some new info hopefully. Indeed this should be interesting
Tell Kojima I said hi....
Will Doritos and Mountain Dew make a special appearance at the interview?
Enough is enough.
Doritos guy is on the track!
Watch it'll turn out to be to be a collaboration Between Kojima and Valve. It all makes sense! Half life 3's development has been known but nothing has been seen, like a PHANTOM! And the wait for the game, and GabeN teasing us is outright PAINfull. See? Kojima is just in charge of PR, which is perfect considering the trolling he's known for. It's all coming together lol.
All of them?! Even the janitor?!
Ugh, people need to stop saying this is Kojima. They are different studios, in different countries. THEY DON'T EVEN LOOK THE SAME! http://pbs.twimg.com/media/... http://images3.wikia.nocook...
lmao nice xD
seems legit. lol
@PirateThom Really? really? yeah, no connection there. lmao :) Awesome picture :D
It's clearly a Metal Gear Solid game if it's not I and a lot of people will be really surprised if it's a new IP. I mean c'mon a mysterious new dev that somehow got their game to be on the VGA's. If you have played any MGS game just watching the trailer its clear it's Metal Gear the flower petals at the start the way the character is crawling the hair! I would recognize that mullet anywhere! Also Moby Dick Studios logo look's a lot like the patch on Snakes arm from that Ground Zeroes picture posted a year or so ago.
Not really, it's a whale's tail because Kojima made that trailer based on a novel of the same name(Moby Dick or The Whale), some of the things occurring in that PP trailer represented the events of the novel, that's why you see a big giant whale on fire near the end of the trailer, that Giant whale was called Moby Dick!
@ the disagrees, seems like ya`ll are only good at videogames while sucking at a lot of things, life isn't a videogame, dumb retards!
MGS Vita please. And Cooler Ranch family size too please.
I'm more of a spicy nacho guy, myself. Metal Gear Vita is something we can both agree on though.
It's a possibility. And people saying it looks too good to be a Vita game should take a look at Killzone Mercenary.
I know, right? KZ:M looks great. I think this game could easily run on the Vita, and the first screenshots that were released were even in 960x540. For anyone that hasn't seen KZ:M, here are some screens: http://newpsvitagames.com/w... http://newpsvitagames.com/w... http://www.selectgame.com.b... http://analogaddiction.file...
Can someone please explain the dorito mountain dew reference going on here?
Me rike it. Bring it.
*sigh*, I wish I was off to interview Kojima. I can guarantee my interview would be way more interesting. So many questions...
It will be interesting to see a fake games journalist interview a fake game developer.
oowww thats cold. lol
CEO of Moby Dick studios: Kideo Hojima
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