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Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes "Treading A Lot of Taboos," Kojima Unsure If It'll Be Released

Posted on Friday, February 22 @ 13:33:54 Eastern by Alex_Osborn


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 creator Hideo Kojima shared a few interesting details about his latest project, Ground Zeroes, which apparently tackles some seriously mature themes.

Speaking to VG247, Mr. Kojima said that because of this, he may not even be allowed to release the game. “I’m going to be treading a lot of taboos, and a lot of mature themes that really are quite risky. Honestly, I’m not even sure if I’ll be able to release the game. Even if I did release the game, maybe it wouldn’t sell because it’s all too much."

Even still, this isn't going to stop him and his team from making a game that delivers on their creative vision. "But as a creator I want to take that risk. As a producer it’s my job to try and sell the game, but I’m approaching this project from the point of view as a creator. I’m prioritizing creativity over sales,” Kojima added.

Hopefully we'll hear more about Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes at E3, if not sometime before then.
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