by David Sanchez on September 1, 2012 @ 5:10 pm
So what if Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance hasn’t even launched? If Hideo Kojima wants to say that a sequel could happen, I’m pretty sure fans are willing to stick by that. Speaking at PAX Prime, the director of Kojima Productions stated that if Revengeance succeeds, he would love to work with developer Platinum Games once again in the future.
“First of all, I’m not a huge fan of spin-offs,” stated Kojima. “But as far as Rising is concerned, if it works out well, I’d really like to work with Platinum again to make a sequel.”
That’s great news, especially if Revengeance turns out to be a hard-hitting title. Still, if the game does manage to fare quite well, I think a lot of PC gamers would like to see Konami try its hand at developing a port. After all, the company did express some interest in doing so, but only if there’s demand for it.
In addition to details surrounding Revengeance, Joystiq reports that Kojima mentioned his enthusiasm for creating a Metal Gear game starring The Boss. Of course, such a game would be a main entry in the series as opposed to being a spin-off. Yeah, I think fans would really dig that.
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