Kojima holding a meeting for a ‘super confidential project’

Today, this mysterious message appeared online on Kojima’s Japanese and English Twitter, about a ‘super confidential project meeting’ that was being held at Kojima Productions.

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“Kojima Production SUPER CONFIDENTIAL PROJECT’s experiment presentation & meeting.”

At this point there is no way of knowing what this is about, but interesting nonetheless.

Source: Hideo Kojima Twitter

  • ObsessedGeorge

    They haven’t even finished with MGSV which is a massive project, and now they are working on something else? How can they keep it together?

    • BigBossWantsYou

      “NO MUSIC, NO LIFE.”-”NO GAME, NO LIFE.”-”NO SNAKE, NO LIFE.”.

      • Ricardo Oe

        NO GUNS , NO FUN
        GUNS FOR FUN…

        • BigBossWantsYou

          GUNS FOR FUN
          AND YOUR LIFE’S DONE

    • César H. Sandoval

      Remember that Kojipro has two studios now.

      Also, I’m sure Konami is keen to give him more money and resources if he asks nicely.

  • Ricardo Oe

    Whata ???

  • Golgari

    Silent Hill

  • flying_fox

    Last time Kojima announced a “super confidential project” (Ogre), it was MGSV. 🙂

  • Raynes

    ZONE GEAR METAL ENDERS CONFIRMED. Solid Snake will pilot Jehuty to protect humanity. Dammit, this is probably a sane idea for Hideo.

    • Raynes

      Actually I take that back. We can’t trust Kojima, his idea of an “industry shaking” announcement was a skin for MGSV. This is probably something lame like MGS Touch 2 :/

      • Nyxus

        It wasn’t just a skin, but I agree he overhyped that announcement quite a bit.

      • Cartmangus

        Still cracks me up, I wonder why they thought it was a good idea to hype that announcement up so much. If they said nothing about it and just announced it like that on the show it’d be a nice little surprise, instead of a massive disappointment

        • Nyxus

          I think they just overestimated how enthusiastic people would be about it. But it kind of backfired. Now people are saying it’s only a skin, which is also not the case. But this is probably because they made it sound like much more.

    • William of Orange

      We shouldn’t draw conclusions…. OHMYGOD, YOUR RIGHT!! IT’S FINALLY HAPPENING!

  • SOLID FOX

    This better be ZOE3 or a Metal Gear with Gray Fox as protagonist

    • Nyxus

      I vote for the latter. A game featuring The Boss would be nice as well, as Kojima has been talking about.

      • William of Orange

        Hell yeah! I would love that! Invading normandy with the cobra unit, the boss giving birth to Ocelot, calling in mortar strikes to destroy v2 rockets! sounds great!

        • CrazyGuy207

          It won’t be. We can’t have “dessert” before we even get “dinner”.

          • William of Orange

            You’re right, but still. But they should think about it! Maybe it’s about MGR:2, maybe it’s about a new IP, maybe they’re brainstorming about any plans for the future like CGI movies or something.

      • BigBossWantsYou

        How about a multiplayer Metal Gear Rising sequel with Raiden as Player 1 and Blade Wolf as Player 2? Or the original Rising? Or Gray Fox trying to escape Area 51 in a Resident Evil like base while battling the Patriots various experiments including nano-machined-powered zombies and solving action- oriented puzzles.

        • Nyxus

          A sequel to Rising could be interesting.

          • BigBossWantsYou

            There’s 5 things I want from Kojima Productions

            -Metal Gear game starring The Boss

            -Metal Gear game starring Gray Fox

            -Metal Gear Rising 2

            -Original Metal Gear Solid: Rising

            -Snatcher/Policenauts HD Collection (I don’t care if Policenauts doesn’t have a dub, I’ll play the game with subtitles if I have to)

          • Nyxus

            A remake of the original Metal Gear games (about Solid Snake infiltrating Outer Heaven and such) is probably at the top of my list.

          • BigBossWantsYou

            Kojima said he never wants to do that because they were a product of that time.

          • Nyxus

            Yeah, he also said he would have to rewrite them and he doesn’t feel like doing that. But still, personally I think it could be awesome.

          • BigBossWantsYou

            Actually, how about since Snatcher costs like a million dollars now and Policenauts is a Japan exclusive. We get a new game unrelated to Metal Gear. I love Metal Gear as much as the next guy. But Kojima hasn’t really made any other games besides MG (excluding the ones mentioned above).

          • Nyxus

            People always forget Boktai, which is a shame because these games are really awesome.

          • BigBossWantsYou

            He didn’t direct Boktai

          • Nyxus

            Well you said ‘made’, not ‘direct’ specifically.

          • BigBossWantsYou

            Sorry, I mean like directed or wrote. He had as much involvement in Boktai that he did in Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance

          • BigBossWantsYou

            Hey, by the way, you’re awesome. I’m lucky i found an awesome site like this. I appreciate your effort I’m bringing its the latest Metal Gear news.

          • Nyxus

            Thank you!

          • BigBossWantsYou

            *in

          • BigBossWantsYou

            People tend to mix up the games he produced with the ones he directed.
            The only games Kojima directed and wrote were
            -Metal Gear
            -Snatcher
            -Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake
            -Snatcher CD-ROMantic
            -Policenauts
            -Metal Gear Solid
            -Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty
            -Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater
            -Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots
            -Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker
            -Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes
            -Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain

    • Janeo

      Am I the only one that doesn’t wanna play as gray fox I mean I think he is a good character but he is nowhere near as interesting as the three main protagonists. Besides we already have a cyborg ninja to play as now.

      • MGSFAN

        I’d rather play Fox as a human than cyborg. Him cyborg, however, won’t be over the top like Rising (which I thought was a blast btw) I think. Fox could have interesting plots if Kojima & his team wishes so. A human Fox would be awesome. Faster more agile than Big Boss. The Perfect Soldier.. It would be epic!

        • Janeo

          It could be an interesting playing as human gray fox, it could be set when big boss is a little older and he could be over the radio maybe with kaz sending fox on the missions boss usually would have handled. It could make an interesting game but still I have just never felt like playing as him.

        • Cornered Fof

          You will be playing as Fox as a human in MGS 5. Punished Snake is Frank Jaeger acting as a decoy for Big Boss.

          • Nyxus

            I really doubt it. I think he’s simply Big Boss.

          • BigBossWantsYou

            Haha Haha Haha!!! Thanks for that comment, i needed a good laugh

  • Joseph

    I feel it has to do with the Metal Gear Solid 1 remake

  • Jonny2x4

    It’s not necessarily a new game. It’s probably something related to MGSV in some form.

  • Janeo

    It’s most likely something related to mgs5 they wouldn’t start a new project right now and if it is a new game Kojima will probably just be producer since he isn’t done with mgs5. If you look at it another way though maybe he is very close to finishing mgs5 and is just getting his some of his staff to start gathering ideas for another game.

  • PrinceHeir

    Snatcher X Polienauts or Zone of the Enders 3 please 😛

  • Hellrasinbrasin

    … I’m guessing that what ever this Classified project is that it’ll end up being 2 different DLC variations of The Outer Heaven Uprising the 1st to stay within the established timeline and the 2nd freeing itself of a clone saga.

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