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Submitted by Nyxus 629d ago | image

Kojima is motion capturing a pair of shoes

Kojima and his team are back in the motion capture studio, most likely to record for Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. This often goes hand-in-hand with strange accessories and today is no different. This time we can see a pair of mo-capped shoes, complete with cardboard rolls for legs. (Industry, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain)

lnvisibleMan  +   630d ago
'Whose footprints are these'
Nyxus  +   628d ago
'Did you just hear footsteps?'

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lnvisibleMan  +   628d ago
Hmm... footsteps.
Good_Guy_Jamal  +   629d ago
Why I think this man is overrated. He posts pointless things like this and people clamour on to it like gold.
Nyxus  +   629d ago
These are simply photos from the production process of the game. No one is making a big deal out of it, but to some this may be at least somewhat interesting.

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