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PostSubject: Konami Planning for Next 'Large-Scale' Metal Gear Solid   Tue Nov 03, 2015 1:08 pm

Following the success of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, which has already shipped 5 million copies, Konami is reportedly gearing up for the next entry in its beloved stealth-action series.

According to Nikkei (via Kotaku) the publisher is currently planning what's next for Metal Gear Solid, confirming the next entry in the series won't be a small project. "When we start development, a large-scale investment will become necessary," Konami said.

METAL GEAR SOLID V: THE PHANTOM PAIN / 3 NOV 2015
KONAMI PLANNING FOR NEXT 'LARGE-SCALE' METAL GEAR SOLID
229 Kojima's involvement unknown.
BY ALEX OSBORN Following the success of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, which has already shipped 5 million copies, Konami is reportedly gearing up for the next entry in its beloved stealth-action series.

According to Nikkei (via Kotaku) the publisher is currently planning what's next for Metal Gear Solid, confirming the next entry in the series won't be a small project. "When we start development, a large-scale investment will become necessary," Konami said.

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The article also mentions series creator Hideo Kojima, whose relationship with Konami has been rocky at best. According to the report, Kojima's involvement remains unconfirmed, as the Metal Gear mastermind has yet to comment on whether or not he plans return. While Kojima is rumored to have left the company, Konami claims he's simply on vacation.

Regardless of whether or not Kojima is attached to the project, it appears Konami has every intention of moving forward with the series. In fact, community manager Graham Day recently suggested the series can continue on without its creator.

In other Konami-related news, Kojima Productions' Los Angeles-based studio is rumored to be shutting down. As such, be sure to stay tuned to IGN for more on what's next for Konami, Kojima, and the Metal Gear Solid franchise.
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PostSubject: Re: Konami Planning for Next 'Large-Scale' Metal Gear Solid   Wed Nov 04, 2015 6:13 am

If they fuck this series up, I am going to rage Mad as hell
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PostSubject: Re: Konami Planning for Next 'Large-Scale' Metal Gear Solid   Mon Nov 09, 2015 7:07 am

MGSVI: White Mamba's Venom
A game based around Eli in Africa and the penultimate moment is BB kicking his arse.
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