Submitted by zmack 1910d ago | article

The Kojima Complex

The mastermind game designer that has brought the gaming community such innovative and inspiring games has a bit of a puzzling issue. Hideo Kojima, the guy behind the Metal Gear Solid series, seems to want to quit all of the time. Wait what was that again? Yeah, that’s right he wanted to stop working on Metal Gear Solid after every single MGS game starting with Metal Gear Solid 2. Let’s dig into the past and reflect on this puzzling complex. (Hideo Kojima, Metal Gear : Solid Snake, Metal Gear Sold Rising, Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, PS3, PSP, Xbox 360)

TotalPS3Fanboy  +   1910d ago
He wants to quit.
But fans just won't let him.
OutgoingSquall  +   1909d ago
Good he better work on more mgs or else I'll find him and kill him Lmao jk.
MonopolyRSV  +   1909d ago
I want to be able to play all 4 Metal Gear games in a row with trophy support, and then decide for myself once and for all if the story really does make sense.
sam2236  +   1909d ago
"It was a nice reboot from the Nintendo generation."

Uh...what? MG and MG2 were on the MSX2. The Nintendo games were shitty rip-offs/cash-ins. Kojima said so himself.

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