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GameSpot Q&A: What Game Do You Want Kojima to Work on Now?


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Open World Star Wars Game | Aaron Sampson, Senior Producer

I'd throw Kojima at an open world Star Wars game. Science fiction is probably the best palette for a creative mind, and nobody has delivered the cantina to bridge of a capital ship in orbit without a loading screen experience I've always wanted. Cough, cough.

Something Small | Eddie Makuch, News Editor

Hideo Kojima's recent announcement of a new studio is incredibly exciting. The veteran designer had been with Konami for almost 30 years, making a name for himself with the Metal Gear Solid series. But now he's starting anew. Kojima is known for big-budget, large-scale games, but given the size of Kojima Productions 2.0 right now (there are 4 employees as of December 2015), it would be fun to see Kojima try something smaller and possibly more unique and "different" than what we've seen from him in the past. Surprise us, Kojima!

Silent Hills | Scott Butterworth, Editor

I mean, Silent Hills. Of course Silent Hills. I’m not sure I even need to explain why. You all played P.T. earlier this year, right? You saw the grotesque wonders Kojima can work with the creepiest universe in gaming, especially when partnered with another creative giant like Guillermo del Toro. That endlessly looping hallway and all the horrors it contained showed such immense promise that I want nothing more than for Kojima to somehow pry the franchise away from Konami and continue the project on his own. It’ll probably never happen, but hey, I can dream (at least until Silent Hills comes along to give me nightmares).

Silent Hills (Cancelled)


Posted on Aug 28, 2017

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