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Submitted by Pozzle 1385d ago | news

Turns Out Hideo Kojima Hates Metal Gear On the NES

The original Metal Gear may have been most famous on the Nintendo Entertainment System, but that's not the platform it was designed for.

It was instead developed first for the MSX, and the fact it had to be ported over to the NES is something that makes the series' creator, Hideo Kojima, very unhappy. (Hideo Kojima, Metal Gear, Nintendo, Retro)

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oguzsasi  +   1385d ago
Dumbass Kojima
lol
Jack-Dangerously  +   1385d ago
Mayyyyybe he should remake it???...

A boy can dream...
IPUMPMYGUN  +   1385d ago
Kotaku: No shit? Kojima stated many years ago that Metal Gear 1 and Metal Gear 2 weren't true to the series. Gaming journalism on Kotaku is a joke!
Pozzle  +   1385d ago
Sooo...we probably won't see them remade/remastered on HD consoles, then? :(

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