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In the latest update for Metal Gear Online a cat hat has been added, which gives the character a goofy look exhibiting a fluffy cat sitting atop their head while on a mission. The cat hat doesn't have any special attributes but if you like cats... you probably won't want to miss out on the cat hat.
One of the recurring themes throughout Hideo Kojima's final Metal Gear Solid game published by Konami is “phantom pain”. A condition where amputees still feel as if they have their limb even if it isn't there. Well, one project sets out to correct this phantom pain for one gamer by restoring them their limb using a robotic prosthetic equivalent to the one Venom Snake uses in Metal Gear Solid V.
There has been some serious beef between Hideo Kojima and Konami that managed to make it into the public's purview over the course of the past year. The seriousness of the matter escalated even further after Konami announced that they have closed down Kojima Productions in Los Angeles, California.
The long-running drama revolving around game director Hideo Kojima and publisher Konami continues, with news coming out one day stating that the father of Metal Gear had finally left the company, only to be followed up by a report 24 hours later stating that he’s only on vacation.
The full list of costumes and pricing for Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain DLC has been announced and, yes, the collection includes a suit of horse armor.
Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain's latest update just added a new feature called "FOB insurance." If you hate it when publishers hit you up for extra money, you're really not going to like it.
Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain's huge open-world environments can take a long time to traverse. Fortunately, the developers included a way to fast travel. Even players who have spent dozens of hours in the game don't know about it, though.
There's a very touching 10 minute video of Hideo Kojima thanking fans and visiting some of the people he's worked with as they talk about the legacy of the Metal Gear franchise and the work that Kojima put into bringing it to life.
Hideo Kojima, the head of Kojima Productions and director of the Metal Gear Solid games, has made a cameo appearance in the highly awaited AAA release of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain.
You ever wonder what would happen if one of the quirkiest directors in Hollywood got his hands on a massive video game property like Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain? Well, you can stop wondering, as we now have a trailer for Wes Anderson’s next cinematic masterpiece.
The Metal Gear Solid series is notorious for its dense storylines, filled with plot twists and schemes-within-schemes. Even if you've played all the games, it can be hard to keep the plot straight in your head.
If you haven't been keeping track of all the drama happening between legendary game developer Hideo Kojima and software publisher Konami, it's a long and winding story filled with lots of anguish and hurt, sorrow and cancelled games. Well, EA's COO, Peter Moore believes that Konami and Kojima should just “kiss and make up”.
Kojima Productions, the development team headed by its namesake and Metal Gear Solid series creator, Hideo Kojima, has disbanded according to Akio Otsuka, the Japanese voice actor behind the iconic role of Solid Snake.
Konami has addressed some rumors that have been flying around about Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. Gamers have become worried about the inclusion of microtransactions and coming out of E3, Konami has confirmed that microtransactions are in the game.
Okay, here's the deal: I played some of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain during E3 2015 but, unfortunately, how much of that experience I can share with you is kind of tricky to determine. I signed a pretty detailed non-disclosure agreement before jumping into my hands-on demo and, at this point, I think Konami holds the rights to my first-born child if I reveal too many details here.