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Hideo Kojima to discuss the past, present, and future of Metal Gear at PAX Prime

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Author: Nicholas Greene  

Konami has announced that legendary game developer Hideo Kojima will be participating in a discussion about the past, present, and future of their critically acclaimed Metal Gear franchise, with industry veteran Geoff Keighley serving as moderator.

Hideo Kojima Metal Gear panel discussion at PAX Prime 2012

The panel will take the form of an hour-long introspective which will focus on the history of the franchise in celebration of Metal Gear's 25th anniversary. It'll take place on Saturday, September 1st at 1 PM PST in Seattle's Paramount Theatre. It'll be free to attend for all PAX attendees.

Source: Konami press release

Posted on: 08/20/2012 | ? Comments
Tags: Hideo, Kojima, Metal, Gear, MGS, panel, discussion, discurso, PAX, Prime, Konami, Video Game News
Nicholas Greene

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