Tribeca Talks: Hideo Kojima and Norman Reedus

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Hey O&G fans, this year at Tribeca Games we got a chance to attend the Tribeca Talks: Hideo Kojima with Norman Reedus event. One of the Best Video game designers and One of the most popular TV and Movies star sat down at the BMCC theater to talk about their game project (Death Stranding) , their work history and their growing friendship over the years.

Unfortunately there was a ban on video for the event, but we were able to record audio. So check out our audio, video and pictures of this wonderful and informative event.

by Sean Tucker



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Hideo Kojima Shows Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes Actually Running on PS4



Legendary Metal Gear Solid director Hideo Kojima has been testing the upcoming Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes lately, and today he showcased something PS4 fans will possibly appreciate.
Apparently the code is already running on Sony’s new console and Kojima-san tweeted a picture of the dashboard ready to launch the game, followed  by what seems to be either a loading screen or the initial splash screen (you can see that one below).

The first picture was accompanied by the line “Today too “I start,” in Japanese, while the s second came with a simple “Begin.”
Unfortunately Kazuhira “Kaz” Miller will probably disappear from the same screens in the western versions of the game just as he did from the box art.

Update: The English versions of the same tweets included Kojima’s own translation: “Here we “begin” again today.” And “And starting.” That probably identifies the second image as the initial splash screen, that could possibly be a work in progress.



 Source:dualshockers.com by Giuseppe Nelva
 



Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain Unveiled



Hey Otakus and Geeks Fans, Here is a look at the Extended trailer of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. A Teaser was shown on Spike Tv's Video Game Awards. GDC 2013 sees Kojima and company announcing the next full title in the Metal Gear series – Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, for PS3 and Xbox 360. So far only a trailer and not much else has been released, Kojima being almost as good as tantalising release shenanigans as he is as designing hit games:



A new engine is promised as a major feature – although with both platforms now being hopelessly obsolete the developer’s promises of “photorealism” ring more than a little hollow.