Photos of the GDC venue, straight from Kojima, rehearsing the show ‘you HAVE to watch’

Hideo Kojima has arrived in San Francisco, where the Game Developers Conference 2013 is in progress. Tomorrow Kojima, together with a few other Kojima Productions staff members, will be holding a 90 minute presentation on the Fox Engine and Metal Gear Solid Ground Zeroes. Today he was at the venue where the presentation will be held, for some rehearsals.













Source: Hideo Kojima Twitter, Ayako Twitter

  • iSolidus

    The agonizing wait.

    • Nyxus

      We’ve been waiting, Kojima. For a long time.

      • ObsessedGeorge

        Been waiting long? 🙂

        • iv been waiting for five years to see a game from kojima

          • ObsessedGeorge

            Huh? You haven’t played Peace Walker?

          • well i mean a big game like mgs 4 and i have the hd collection but i did not play peace walker but now i got the motive to play it because the story

          • ObsessedGeorge

            Just play it dude! It’s fantastic! It’s gonna keep you interested for a long time, cause it’s a very big game with huge replayability. I played it when i was doing my military service on my PSP for 140 hours, and then about a year later i got the HD collection, in which i played PW for another 176 hours! Amazing game.

          • i did play it last night its so good i think am in swamp area near the rope bridge and now i think im gonna face the tank and i dont know what to do lol

          • ObsessedGeorge

            You need to eliminate all the enemies, and then destroy the armored vehicle with a machine gun or a rocket launcher. Once it’s health is depleted, the leader will stick his head out of the machine gun seat. Then all you have to do is kill him, or take him out with a non lethal gun to recruit him. Be carefull not to destroy the armored vehicle completely.

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