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Just Add Water in open letter to Hideo Kojima, 'ideally positioned for MGS remake'

Posted: 27.06.2013 by Technet2k

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Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath developer Just Add Water has heard through the grapevine that Hideo Kojima would be open to the idea of someone remaking Metal Gear Solid in the new fancy Fox Engine.

The rumour started that it was being remade after a mistranslation in an interview, which Kojima-san apologised for. Just Add Water though "really, really want to do it" and appeal with an open letter.

Metal Gear Solid Fox Engine remake statement was "mistranslated"

Posted: 27.06.2013 by Technet2k

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The apparent quote from an interview that Hideo Kojima was actively searching for someone to remake the original Metal Gear Solid on the new Fox Engine is the result of a 'mistranslation'. It's not happening.

That isn't to say Kojima-san wouldn't like to actually see that happen, but he isn't putting the project together. The game designers twitter says it was "mistranslated from our side."

Konami announces Metal Gear Solid digital release schedule

Posted: 07.08.2012 by JonahFalcon

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Konami has announced the release schedule for the digital distribution of the HD versions of Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty, Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater and Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker for PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade.

The Amazing Spider-Man debuts 2nd in UK, LEGO Batman 2 stays 1st Poll

Posted: 02.07.2012 by Technet2k

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The superhero adventuring in LEGO Batman 2 has out foxed The Amazing Spider-Man, and even Specs Ops: The Line from 2K Games, which entered 3rd. London 2012 hit 4th.

Metal Gear Solid HD Collection debuted 10th, followed by The Ratchet & Clank Trilogy: HD Classics 11th. FIFA 12 tumbled to 5th, with Ghost Recon: Future Soldier behind it 6th.

Final Fantasy XIII-2 heads a slow February for UK videogame sales

Posted: 08.03.2012 by JonahFalcon

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The videogame market in the UK has not been a pretty sight, and the trend has continued in February 2012 where the market saw a 29% drop in sales in a year-to-year comparison with February 2011. 2.3M games were sold for £55m last month.

Final Fantasy XIII-2 ruled the roost in the slow month, while Battlefield 3 finally overtook Modern Warfare 3 in chart position. Electronic Arts accounted for 3 of the top 10 sellers.