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Submitted by Nyxus 990d ago | news

Kojima talks GDC, live stream will be on GameSpot

In less than two weeks Hideo Kojima and a few other members of his studio will present the Fox Engine and Metal Gear Solid Ground Zeroes at the Game Developers Conference 2013. Naturally, Kojima and his team are busy preparing for this at the moment. This afternoon there was a staff meeting about the presentation. (Dev, Fox Engine, Game Developers Conference 2013, Hideo Kojima, Industry, Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes, PS3, Xbox 360)

ritsuka666  +   990d ago
Metal Gear Solid? Kojima planning to use it for some PC game fox engine? Only time will tell.
Nyxus  +   990d ago
Well, we already know a few things: he will show of Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes, and with it the Fox Engine (maybe separately too, I'm not sure), and it will be at least for PS3 and Xbox 360. I hope it will go to next gen as well.
Vandamme21  +   990d ago
Can't wait to see the phantom pain.
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