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New Kojima studio bridging gap between video games and film - Examiner

Konami looking to make Hollywood quality titles through Kojima's new L.A. studio.

With the new Kojima Production Studio officially unveiled in Los Angeles, Hideo Kojima is now positioned to create the type of content he has envisioned for years: Film quality video games. Stationed in the heart of the movie industry, the L.A. studio has convenient access to western talent. This move, by design - aims to strengthen the bridge between interactive entertainment and film. (Kojima Productions Los Angeles, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, PS4, Xbox One)

P0werVR  +   735d ago
Naahh, still made in Japan.

I'm waiting for Halo 5. Wondering what's going on in Microsoft's skunkworks.

But if anything, The only one so far that has come close to CG gameplay is Ryse.
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