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Submitted by Nyxus 637d ago | news

Kojima elaborates on Metal Gear Solid V story themes

During Konami's pre-E3 show yesterday, Hideo Kojima explained that Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain will have very heavy themes, giving the game a dark tone. The themes he mentioned are 'race' and 'revenge'. Today, he elaborated on them a little more. (E3, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, PS3, Xbox 360)

ArnoldSchwarzenigra  +   637d ago
I love how Kojima can expand on something without saying anything new or understandable at all.
GamerToons  +   637d ago
I completely understood it.

Revenge is like GENEs and MEMEs. They are soaked into the conscience and passed from generation to generation.

You killed my dad. I spend the rest of my life hunting you down only to kill you. Your son is mad I killed you and hunts me down to kill me... rinse and repeat.

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