Kojima Heats Up Next Week At TGS

Kojima Heats Up Next Week At TGS

Seems like Kojima Productions can’t sit still for too long with all the Metal Gear HD remakes they’re currently working on and will be showing at TGS, now I hear that they will also be having an event where they’ll be discussing the remakes of both Zone of the Enders and Anubis. Konami updated their stage schedule, via their Facebook page, outlining exactly what they’ll be presenting and their some great stuff in there. Since the announcement last June regarding Z.O.E. and Anubis remakes, they’ve remain tight lipped and not given anything away, until next week’s Tokyo Game Show.

Anubis: Zone of the Enders 2 Gameplay

September 15 will see the Kojima Productions stage holding an event to promote and discuss Metal Gear Solid HD and Metal Gear Solid Snake Eater 3D for the 3DS. This will take place between 14:00 to 15:00 and will have Hideo Kojima and Peace Walker and MGS4 voice actress, Yumi Kikuchi, handling the affair.

Hideo Kojima

Yumi Kikuchi

The Kojima Productions stage will then be running another event on September 17 from 13:00 to 14:00 where they’ll be discussing Z.O.E. and related games news. Whether the games are going to be HD remakes or if the news about a possible Z.O.E. remake on the Nintendo 3DS are factual, remains to be seen but all will be revealed next week. The stage will be hosted by series’ creator, Hideo Kojima and Peacewalker voice actress, Yumi Kikuchi. The Art Director, Yoji Shinkawa will also be in attendance.

Yoji Shinkawa

And finally, on the 18th of September, the stage will see the Kojima crew discussing the newly released radio drama, Sdatcher from Suda51 which will run from 15:30 to 16:45. The voice actors will also be taking part in this event.

The events will be streamed on Konami’s Ustream channel which you can check out by clicking here. Also for Australian readers on the Eastern side, all the times I’m quoting are the times in Japan, who are only one hour behind us so if you’re planning on tuning in, please keep that in mind 🙂

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