Hideo Kojima shooting the next episode of HideoTube at the GAME ON exhibition

Kojima’s new webseries HideoTube has had two successful episodes so far, but it’s been a while since the last one, most likely due to Kojima’s busy schedule. However, Episode 3 was shot earlier today at the GAME ON exhibition at Miraikan in Tokyo, once again with Kenji Yano as a guest.

"Hideo Kojima today. And Kenji Yano." - Ayako
“Hideo Kojima today. And Kenji Yano.” – Ayako
"Visited GAME ON exhibition at Miraikan(Tokyo) to shoot the next episode of Hideo Tube today." - Ayako
“Visited GAME ON exhibition at Miraikan(Tokyo) to shoot the next episode of Hideo Tube today.” – Ayako
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“For HIDEO TUBE episode 3, we visited the special exhibition GAME ON at Miraikan. Stay tuned!” – Kojima
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“HIDEO TUBE Episode 3 is coming up soon, stay tuned!”
"Hideo Tube episode 3, coming up around the next weekend." - Kojima
“Hideo Tube episode 3, coming up around the next weekend.” – Kojima
"HIDEO TUBE Episode 3, we have sneaked in to experience GAME ON. Will be posted this week! Stay tuned!"
“HIDEO TUBE Episode 3, we have sneaked in to experience GAME ON. Will be posted this week! Stay tuned!”

The GAME ON exhibition focuses on the evolution of video games, so it’s no wonder it would have Kojima’s interest. The official site describes it like this:

This special exhibition provides an overview of the evolution of computer games, which have been advancing along with information technology, such as computers and the Internet, changing entertainment across the globe. Since it was first held at the Barbican Centre, U.K., in 2002, this exhibition has toured the world and attracted over 2 million visitors across the globe. Miraikan will bring the exhibition to Tokyo for the first time, and it will feature various original contents based on the topic of “Why are videogames so interesting?” Miraikan will invite you to think about the social and cultural meaning of computer games, which have crossed the border with reality and have had a great impact on real society, as well as to look into their future.

For more information on this exhibition, follow this link.

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Source: Ayako Terashima Twitter (1,2), Hideo Kojima Twitter

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