MGSV: Ground Zeroes ‘Boot Camp 2014’ press event has started

Hideo Kojima, Yoji Shinkawa and Ayako Tateyama are attending a special promo event for Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes called ‘Boot Camp 2014’ (a similar event was held for Metal Gear Rising a little over a year ago). Kojima shared some photos of the trip.


“Since I’m going to very cold place, asked PUMA to produce GZ down jacket.”


“Back. Looks cool and warm.”


“Heading off by bullet train.”


“Heading off to…”


“To the place very cold.”


“Yoji in full equipment.”


“Arrived at BOOT CAMP 2014.”


“Let’s get started!”

Source: Hideo Kojima Twitter

  • Ricardo Oe

    Good Trip…

    • how dare..

      DAT Flag.. R U Seriously? You are fascist or something?

      • Guest

        That flag is a Japanese naval flag. Please do something about your own ignorance before calling people names.

        • how dare..

          yeah, also Imperial Navy/Army flag on flapping anywhere around they’re Colony.(same using Nazis Reichskriegsflagge one)
          count that sun rays, 16 huh?

          My Mothers side Granny’s Childhood in those days, if kids ‘can’t speak japanese’ they are force wearing wooden dogtags.
          not soldiers one, ‘Dogs one’

          and you know what?
          My Granny still alive, living in same apartment and i’m sometime go to her.

          fasces, rising sun, Nazi’s(same as rome’s) salute.. it’s same as old thing before WW2.
          but this time, no one greet that things. cause War crimers using that signs uncountly thousand times.

          Please do something about your own ignorance before you’re same as thing.

          • guest

            It was used in WWII, nobody is denying that. But currently it is also the flag of the Japanese Navy. So whenever you see that flag it doesn’t automatically mean there’s some fascist behind it.

  • PrinceHeir

    damn, Japan’s trains are the best 🙂

    you can always get the seats where not a lot of people are boarded so that’s always nice ^^

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