Like, I randomly encountered Kojima and Shinkawa at last year's San Diego Comic Con. Like so told them they were my favorite game director and artist. Kojima was concerned I was going to have a heart attack. I shook their hands.
Before they were closely related. There was a MGS character based on Tomoaki Iishiba, this was before Kojima fell in love with all the Western actors. When Iishiba was in jail, apparently Kojima never visited him. So in the end he was not good enough a friend after all :-(
Oh, thought it was Motosada Mori.Before they were closely related. There was a MGS character based on Tomoaki Iishiba, this was before Kojima fell in love with all the Western actors. When Iishiba was in jail, apparently Kojima never visited him. So in the end he was not good enough a friend after all :-(
Is not, bromance is when two persons, without looking at their gender, have a plathonic love for each other, admiration and all.
No it’s not and when girls do literally any of those things together there’s no clarification that they’re not actually lesbians
Mads son apparently is a mgs fan and when Mads told him he got offered to be in a game by such and such director his son told him to pursue it. You can find this on that one ep when mads visits Kojima in Japan.
Yeah im a huge fan of his games but I feel the exact same way. Usually adding celebrities in games and making a big deal about it would kill any interest I have in the game, the only reason I'm still interested is because it's a Kojima game.Eh I'm not really sure if I'm on board with this whole injecting B List (low A?) stars into all his games. I have a pretty cynical view on it.
Getting Kiefer in MGS over Hayter (assuming that was his decision) strikes me as a bit disingenuous and maybe even a tad pretentious. What was wrong with Hayter? And from what I understand Keifer ended up barely even speaking in the game.
I'm not against the idea on principle or anything, but it just looks to me like Kojima soothing his Hollywood boner to me. You can call that a cynical take, and maybe it is, but are people really clamoring for these stars to star in games? Again, I'm not really against it, but it's not particularly something I want either. Norman Reedus was cool for Silent Hills, I was in board with that. I thought it made sense with a series already heavily inspired by Hollywood movies.
Maybe he just wants to "evolve" the medium. That's about the only thing I muster that is less cynical.
ps. I'm not Kojima's biggest fan but I really like some of his games. That's where it ends for me.