Kojima having difficulty preparing MGSV TGS demo due to unpredictable enemies

Hideo Kojima is having difficulty preparing for the upcoming Metal Gear Solid V demonstration for the Tokyo Game Show. On his Twitter, he explained that he may have to cut off the demo earlier than planned because of mistakes.


The reason for this is that the enemies are too unpredictable, and their behavior is different every time. This makes it difficult to plan a specific playthrough for the demo. Also, because the demo isn’t being performed at their own booth, they can’t take more time if needed.

The Tokyo Game Show begins September 19th. Konami announced that they will be showing a next-gen version of the game, running at 60 frames per second, for the first time. For more information, go here.

Source: Hideo Kojima Twitter, via Dualshockers

  • DennesyChicken

    I hope Kojima doesn’t cancel it, that would be a dissapointment. I dont see why they wont just show us pre-recorded footage showing everything they want to.

    I know Kojima is working hard on this game, and he wants to show how dynamic the mechanics can be but seriously if its so much trouble then just pre record it. Im pretty sure no one will be upset, people just want to see the game in action now.

    • Nyxus

      I wouldn’t worry about it, I really doubt he will cancel it, he is just posting his thoughts on Twitter.

  • Batzi

    That’s actually excellent news! Dynamic gameplay is what we want. I think he should show both stealth and situations when you get caught.

  • Golgari

    Unpredictable? If AI in this sandbox will be indeed unpredictable and clever, Kojima should show us these guys. I want to be blown away by the game.

  • Ilja Y.

    I will defenetaly play the stealthy way instead going all in.

  • o1striker

    Well besides the fact that we may get less footage, that is awesome. Finally some good AI in a game. It’s been a while. F.E.A.R still has better AI than any game released since then and that game is 8 years old.

  • Branny

    I can’t tell if this is a good or a bad sign yet.

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