Hideo Kojima, Jordan Peele Talk Metal Gear Solid, Nope and Aliens on New Podcast

Jordan Peele and Hideo Kojima sat down to talk about them no, Metal Gear Solid, and much more in an all-new podcast. Hideo Kojima is considered one of the “authors” of the games because he creates incredibly multi-layered games driven by story and character. However, he knows he’s making a game and doesn’t compromise on the actual gameplay. Its video games are filled with rich stories backed by fun and engaging gameplay. Although it has its problems, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain It has some of the best third-person shooter games out there and it wraps up in a somewhat interesting story, albeit somewhat incomplete due to development issues.

Director Jordan Peele is one of the newest “authors” to emerge in Hollywood thanks to films like Get out And the no. It is very distinct and layered with social commentary, unlike the Kojima games. On a new episode of Hideo Kojima’s Spotify podcast, The Structure of the Brain, the two sat down and talked about their work. Bell pointed out the ways he was inspired Metal Gear Solid 2 I spoke with Kojima about some of the themes and ideas behind them no. All in all, it is a very interesting conversation that fans of both creators will surely enjoy. It’s a great behind-the-scenes experience that offers all kinds of insights into how these two acclaimed creators think. The podcast is available exclusively on Spotify and is available in English and Japanese.

While some hope to see what Hideo Kojima is working on next, it’s great to see him use his platform and creativity to expand into other mediums. Not only is it really entertaining, but it’s also incredibly useful for fans who don’t regularly hear much about how these creative talents work. Spotify also notes that this is the first part of this specific podcast, so there may be more conversations with Hideo Kojima and Jordan Peele very soon.

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