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Konami opens Los Angeles studio for Metal Gear Solid


12:30 PM on 09.06.2013
KonamiKonami opens Los Angeles studio for Metal Gear Solid photo



Kojima Productions is getting a Los Angeles, California-based office, and it's looking swanky. Can you picture yourself working in an environment like that? What a lovely patio view. The team will assist with development on Metal Gear Solid V and future installments.

"As gaming takes the world stage as one of the greatest forms of entertainment, it's only natural for us to expand our operations across the globe," said director Hideo Kojima. "And since Los Angeles is ground zero for the best studios, facilities and world-class talent, we are leaning on of these local resources to build an incredible team to create gaming experiences that are just as compelling as any film or television show."

Just as compelling? Let's go for that and beyond. Don't sell yourself short, Kojima.

Konami opens Los Angeles studio for Metal Gear Solid photo
Konami opens Los Angeles studio for Metal Gear Solid photo
Konami opens Los Angeles studio for Metal Gear Solid photo
Konami opens Los Angeles studio for Metal Gear Solid photo
Konami opens Los Angeles studio for Metal Gear Solid photo
Konami opens Los Angeles studio for Metal Gear Solid photo
Konami opens Los Angeles studio for Metal Gear Solid photo





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