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Submitted by fastrez 1018d ago | interview

The art of Metal Gear: Yoji Shinkawa’s visual legacy

Metal Gear artist Yoji Shinkawa has defined some of the most iconic characters in gaming history. VG247′s Dave Cook speaks with the artist about visualising Hideo Kojima’s concepts. (Hideo Kojima, Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, PS3, Xbox 360, Yoji Shinkawa)

Batzi  +   1018d ago
Shinkawa is a genius!
HannibalBarca  +   1018d ago
I honestly can not express how much I love Metal Gear artwork, its astonishing

My current wallpaper is artwork of Grey Fox, simply beautiful
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Cryptcuzz  +   1018d ago
Truly an artist I have always adored. Love his work on the Metal gear series and Zone of Enders series. So badass, stylish and outright amazing comes to mind when I look at his work. I hope Hideo Kojima continues to work with Shinkawa on all of his future game.

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