Another week brings another episode (the sixth one in Japanese) of Kojima Station with some updates.
I came here for the boobies!!!!
I came here because I'm Solid Snake
I came here, because i'm solid, snake.
my snake is solid but didnt came here.
@PeaSFor Well then where did it c................Oh boy this is getting naughty
It's also cool how she's based off of a real person and she looks like her. Like in Tomb Raider they did something like that, but Lara Croft's face looks nothing like the lady who did the motion capture.
I like quiet, I think she's a great character, and I like her premise of how she can't talk. Seems interesting, makes me look forward to the game and I'm not even much of a MGS fan. I can't stand those people who say she's wearing too little. That's not even a serious topic to me, I mean it's a video game. I can't believe some people would even go there.
Skip to 1:33:00 for the part that shows Stefanie Joosten (Quiet)and watch the 3D capture tech part. A slight let down if your reason to click into this post was similar to mine, if you know what I mean lol.
Thanks for the heads up! I'm not going to lie man...I came here for bikinis. But even in what she's wearing...I'd break her back if you know what I mean.
Stefanie Joosten is Dutch....she speaks Japanese very well ( I guess).
Of course she doesn't look Japanese, because she's not. Nothing close to that.
I don't like her. She reminds me someone at my past who i really i hated once..
Sounds like someone got dumped!
"I watched the stupidity of mankind through the scope of my rifle"
Holy crap shes beautiful
She's pretty and she speaked japanese like her 1st language :3 But looking at the motion capture tech, i just can not believe that tech for video game already advanced so far from the 1st time i play my Atari. This made me felt really old >.<
I know right? Her japanese is scary-good. Nee-sa~aan!
wow i would never thought she spoke Japanese, and she speaks it very well
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