Kojima: Future MGS Entries May Have A "Different Theme"
Maybe a different theme wouldn't be a bad idea.
Usually, Hideo Kojima says he wants to quit doing Metal Gear Solid and work on something else. He's been saying that for years; we're used to it.
But in a recent 4Gamer interview (as translated by DualShockers), the MGS guru actually says he isn't ready to stop telling Snake stories. He might, however, want to change the setting and theme and honestly, I can't blame him.
He says that the series has always depicted a period of time when the US was at the top of its strength. Now, however, Kojima thinks the concept of a "strong America" is changing, so we may see a different MGS theme in the future. ...man, that's a pretty sad commentary, isn't it? Of course, it's tragically accurate, as we just continue to eat and medicate ourselves into comas, and all we do to combat it is try to pass laws and programs that further enable and even encourage sloth and laziness.
Gee, I can't imagine why our strength might be fading. 'rolling eyes'
Related Game(s): Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain
3/29/2014 11:17:31 AM Ben Dutka