Hideo Kojima claims that Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain will question Hollywood's portrayal of American policies.
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Good Smile Company is making two very different Solid Snake figures, and they're both amazing.
Guillermo del Toro, Nicolas Winding Refn, Park Chan-woo and Norman Reedus are just some of the big Hollywood names praising Hideo Kojima for his E3 2014 trailer of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain.
Hideo Kojima has aired a 30 minute gameplay demo of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, and it's filled with boxes, flying sheep, CQC, horse droppings and an expansive look at Big Boss' Mother Base.
Sony Pictures Entertainment has been eyeing a young, up-and-coming director for its depiction of the Solid Snake vs. Liquid Snake story.
That's no time paradox, it's an actual, upcoming remake of the original Metal Gear that has been approved by Konami.
The big boss behind Metal Gear has recently teased about an upcoming important announcement and the inspirations behind his next game trailer.
Though video game licenses aren't where ThreeA built its brand, that's certainly where some of the company's most impressive collectibles have come from. Originally started as a joint collaboration between Kim Fung Wong and Ashley Wood, ThreeA has expanded from publishing and manufacturing high-end books and figures based on Wood's designs into the likes of Metal Gear Solid, Portal 2, Halo and more. At Toy Fair this year, ThreeA had a host of massive creations on display, each of which is more impressive than the last.
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