The major horror artist Junji Ito has revealed that he had been in contact with Hideo Kojima on the possibility of a new horror game.
Kojima Productions reacted to the incredibly doubtful claims from Gameblog, regarding Metal Gear Solid V, P.T. and Hideo Kojima's breakup with Konami.
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Hideo Kojima answered both matters in a new interview.
Despite work on Silent Hills getting canceled, Hideo Kojima has stated that he still wants to one day create a title within the horror genre.
As it turns out, Norman Reedus's likeness was actually captured for P.T., confirming that the protagonist of the game is the ending cinematic person.
Kojima's P.T. continues to provide terrifying secrets for intrepid hackers like a Twitter user who found new details about how creepy Lisa actually is.
Those Who Remain is now being published by Wired Productions, who joins the developer Camel 101 to bring the horror game to Gamescom and then release.
Check out P.T. in a whole new perspective with this VR version of the horror teaser.
Konami has now officially shot down rumors that they pushed out a new update for P.T. that was preventing players from accessing the game.
Some fans have started to claim that Konami has pushed out a new patch for P.T. that completely prevents them from playing the game, although this hasn't been true for everyone.
Ito-san apologizes that he couldn't upload the "high-reso version" of the art. It's small, but work's reveal remains more than we would have received without his tweet.
Hideo Kojima has proven that he can pull off an effective horror title. The real question is whether or not he can muster the strength to do it again.
Following the cancellation of Allison Road, a P.T. inspired horror game being developed by Lilith Ltd and published by Team17, the team has given a statement to shed some light on what exactly caused things to
The official Twitter account for Allison Road (@AllisonRoad_HQ) has announced that Allison Road has been canceled. No reason was given but the tweet also mentioned a statement would be coming in the next few days.
People have been able to make some amazing things through content creation, though Ki da's P.T. inspired corridor takes the cake. Using Fallout 4's workshop feature on PlayStation 4, YouTuber Ki da dutifully recreated and dubbed
The Walking Dead actor Norman Reedus was going to be featured in Silent Hills, but due to the problems that emerged, it got cancelled.
Adding on top of the already sad story of the cancellation of Silent Hills, Guillermo del Toro, who was to collaborate with Hideo Kojima on the project, tweeted earlier today that Junji Ito was brought in as