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 Nov 17, 2004 - 08:00 AM - by Michael
* Metal Gear Sequel?

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It appears that Konami may already be working on Metal Gear Solid 4, despite word to the contrary from the series' creator.

As reported by GameSpot, Konami president Motoyuki Yoshioka told the press at a recent shareholder meeting in Japan that not only is the next game being considered, there are plans to extend the series even further.

"We already have ideas in our mind on what the fourth release will be like," Yoshioka said. "We believe that we can continue to develop [more] titles in the series. We hope that you will support us [in this decision]."
It makes sense - Konami wouldn't want to let a hot property like that drop. And just like Pixar getting screwed by Disney over Toy Story, I'm betting Konami's got the rights to make MGS games with or without the creator's approval.
 

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