Hideo Kojima answers burning questions

Metal Gear creator and Kojima Productions boss Hideo Kojima answered some burning questions in the latest Kojima Productions podcast. The questions, answered with either yes or no, shed some light on what [not] to expect from the company at E3 next month.

The questions and answers, as transcribed by Andriasang, have been replicated below.

Will you appear at the Microsoft E3 press conference? <– NO

Will you announce Metal Gear Solid 5? <– NO

Will Metal Gear Solid 3D be released at the end of 2011? <– YES

Is Doctor Lautrec the new title from the Metal Gear staff? <– NO (with a laugh)

Did Kojima Productions Not Work on Metal Gear Arcade? <– YES

Is Gray Fox the main character in Metal Gear Solid: Rising? <– NO

Will Metal Gear Solid: Rising‘s multiplayer be shown? <– NO

Is Metal Gear Solid: Rising‘s release date November 1, 2011? <– NO

Will Metal Gear Solid 4 be ported to NGP? <– NO

Are you planning something big for Metal Gear‘s 25th anniversary next year? <– YES

E3 begins on June 7. Kojima Productions has ‘several announcements‘ planned for Konami’s pre-E3 press conference on June 2.

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