Hideo Kojima Plans on Having a Multiplatform Future
Written by GameFocus
Published on Sunday, 14 April 2013 19:24
While we have seen numerous ports and remakes of the Metal Gear Solid series, it generally has a long history with Sony. Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots still remains a PS3 exclusive to this day. However, while that may be the case, lately we’ve been seeing Hideo Kojima’s games appear on multiple platforms. Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance is available on both PS3 and Xbox 360, and the recently announced Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain is also on its way to a multiplatform release. Will this always be the case from now on, or will Kojima ever commit himself to one particular console? The question was asked in this month’s edition of EDGE magazine, Kojima stating:
"It’s a tough question to answer. Obviously, I do like Sony, I respect them and I have a lot of things in common with their way of thinking. I think the future of gaming is with cloud technology and cloud gaming. I love Sony, I have a Sony camera, but I think if you’re going to enter the cloud generation then there will be a lot of different devices involved and a lot of different ways to interact with that game world. I don’t want to limit it to any one platform, but I’m not going to say I’m not going to participate in the events. This time [for the PlayStation Meeting], I kind of would have liked to participate, but I was here tending to Rising’s world tour."
So, if you were worrying about your console not being able to support Kojima’s future games, it looks like you will be able to rest easy tonight.
Via: Gaming Everything
For the fifth year in a row the Canadian Videogame Awards (CVAs) will be celebrating the very best in games created in the Great White North. The nomination process opened today and will feature...
Lire la suite...
Today marked the beginning of a new generation of gaming with the release of Xbox One. Microsoft spent countless hours and millions of dollars to fine-tune their latest console to give gamers the best possible experience known to date.Read more
I was crushed last week. The call went out to GameFocus staff to see who wanted the available tickets to the XBox One launch party in Toronto. Unfortunately I was travelling for work and missed my shot to be part of gaming history... or so I thought. Read more
Gamers have always had plenty of opportunity to drop the gloves and fight in EA Sports' NHL series. Now, during the month of October gamers participating in the Hockey Ultimate Team mode of NHL 14 can participate in the fifteenth anniversary of the National Hockey League's Hockey Fights Cancer program. During the month... Read more
Here we are. The next generation of consoles is among us and it is finally time to start thinking about finally unplugging our beloved current-gen systems. Could there be a better swan song for one of these systems than taking a trip back to Rapture?
Dishonored: The Knife of Dunwall is an impressive little bit of DLC. I should emphasize “little” though, as it is a relatively short experience. Just when the story seems to get going it ends - or, rather, it “kind of” ends.
Dragon’s Dogma was released last year on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.
For this Christmas list I wanted to stay away from simply listing a few titles and instead offer up something more unique. Take a look to see what I think gamers would love for Christmas...
With the new console generation at our doorstep I am sure that many of you are wondering what to do with your older consoles that may soon be collecting dust. Do you put the PS3 in the closet and hook it up whenever you have a craving for The Last of Us or do you have the eye-sore of tons of consoles all sitting on top of each other in a mess of hot plastic and wires. Fear not I have come up with an elegant solution that is both functional and a nice addition to any room.
Ever since the original Pong machines came with two paddles, video games have provided a forum for friends and family to share quality time together and bond. Some of gaming’s greatest experiences are
Game Focus is proud to present its new episode of GameFocus Radio, a podcast done by gamers for gamers. A weekly casual talk between GameFocus staff members about the gaming industry. In this show, we talk about The Steam Machine and its controller along with GTA V, jobs at WB Montréal and Ubisosoft Montréal and more.
Hosted by Fred Laroche from Game-Focus.com.Read more