Hideo Kojima Shows Even More Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, Talks About Past and Present

Hideo Kojima Shows Even More Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, Talks About Past and Present

Metal Gear Solid V: Director Hideo Kojima is working long hours on Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, at least if the timing of his tweets is to be believed. The latest, simply titled “checking,” and showing more of the game, was made at almost 10 PM Japan time.

Kojima-san also reasoned about the fact that technology has changed since when he made Metal Gear Solid 4, but what he does ultimately remains the same.

I was re-watching the making of MGS4, theversion narrated by Director Tsukamoto that shipped with the game and hasn’t been broadcasted over CS or BS. It has been six years since then. Times have changed. Technology, tools, games and even fashion changed.

What what I’m doing did not change. It should be the same for movies. It’s creating with ultimate passion (laughs).

Earlier today, Kojima-san explained how he’s currently putting the various elements of the game together, and it’s interesting to see how his last labor of love is shaping up.

For old time’s sake he also shared a picture from the time in which he was recording the voices for Metal Gear Solid 4.

Times have changed, war has changed, but apparently Kojima-san never ages.

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