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Hideo Kojima MGS4 Oxford Street Signing Report

As many people may know Monday 2nd of June was the day Hideo Kojima, Yoji Shinkawa, Yumi Kikuchi began there world tour in London, Oxford Street's HMV. There were 300 limited edition sleeves up for grabs with the added pleasure of meeting them plus having all three of them sign it. Since there were very limited amount of sleeves available if you wanted to get one you were going to have to turn up pretty dam early. Many people in the clan are die hard Metal Gear Solid fans but really didn't have the time or money to spend travelling to London. Lucky for Andy Roberts a.k.a [BsE] AJR Legend lives pretty close to London so saw this as an opportunity that couldn't be missed.

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Jamegohanssj55837d ago

Oh, I was just there. I'm on my plane back to the states, so when I get home I will upload my autograph.

The Genius has spoken.

FourtyPoundSteak5837d ago

Hideo is the greatest game director ever.

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PlayStation 3 Games That Desperately Need a PS5 Remaster

The PlayStation 3 may not have been the strongest generation for Sony, but there were still some diamonds in the rough that deserve a revisit as PS5 remasters.

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OtterX81d ago (Edited 81d ago )

Even if they could just remaster and put on PSVR2, some would still look great as VR titles and could do a whole lot to bolster the headset w these exclusives! I'd imagine the investment of reworking these titles into VR would be way less than building new games from the ground up, and they could be amazing experiences, and VR often makes flat games feel fresh again. The Resistance and Killzone games are particularly what I want to see!!

Rude-ro81d ago

I played killzone 3 in 3d and it really changed the game per being immersive.
In vr, that would be even more awesome.

darthv7281d ago

Funny you mention that... my son wanted to play some PS3 games in 3d on my PS tv and he was blown away by how good KZ3 was. It really was a great addition to the game. Im surprised there have not been more 3d games from that era being ported to the PSVR/VR2.

_SilverHawk_81d ago

resistance 1-3, killzone 1-3, uncharted 1-3, uncharted golden abyss, folklore, socom 4 , motorstorm, twisted metal, MAG, heavenly sword

Cacabunga80d ago

Killzone 2+3
Sly Thieves in Time
Crack in Time
God of War Ascension
Motorstorm
Modnation racer
Infamous 1+2

Profchaos80d ago (Edited 80d ago )

Killzone trilogy in VR would be amazing bonus points if they offer shadow fall.

There was a psvr1 Killzone project that supermassive was working on at one stage which wasn't up to scratch and Sony brand it back in house I was hoping we would see that on psvr2 eventually.

Personally I'd love to see some more love or acknowledgement of psvr2 from Sony in general it was a expensive headset and Sony barely acknowledge it's existence

seanpitt2380d ago

The amount of work needed to remaster these games wouldn't be beneficial on a financial and business sense.. MGS4 would probably be the best bet as it would need the least amount of work!

Iceball200081d ago

YEAAASSSSS! I miss this franchise and wanna play it so bad again.

Father__Merrin81d ago

The time is perfect for a resistance fall of man game campaign coop multiplayer

InUrFoxHole81d ago

The resistance series is str8 trash to me. Socom 3 I would welcome. Or killzone MP.

Marcus Fenix81d ago

A Resistance reboot will be awesome

Michiel198981d ago

That's what Bungie should make, Ill keep saying it until it happens

1Victor81d ago (Edited 81d ago )

Resistance was ok but Warhawk and Starhawk was better and kept me coming back for almost a decade of fun and petty revenge on the loud mouth unskilled players 🤣
Edit I loved capture the flag dropping the pot on the flag carrier was extremely satisfying as well as transforming your plane in bot form and stumping them to death 😱

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Michiel198981d ago

Resistance was the best co-op fps I ever played after L4D2