The audience response from "Metal Gear Solid" creator Hideo Kojima recently generated a lot of buzz as it went into a viral spree on the internet courtesy of Nico Nico.
Recently, the 63-year-old Kojima was on Sony Interactive Entertainment's Tokyo Game Show 2016 stage, and he was asked whether "Metal Gear Survive" was his brainchild, as reported by N4G.
His answer was pretentious at best, and the Nico Nico group of onlookers truly went into a riotous applause. The iconic video game developer explained that he has nothing to do with the political satirized version as it does not have any inkling towards zombies.
Nico Nico is a video sharing website and it has an exceptional remark framework that permits clients to show their remarks straightforwardly looking at the screen, and when something causes a great rejoinder of a reaction, the website screen immediately gets flooded with a lot of emojis and messages.
You can see it in the video on this page, with Kojima strolling in front of a rabid audience and yelling "Tadaima!" which signifies "I'm back!"
The greater part of the messages were varieties of "あああああああああ," "wwwwwwwwwww" and "8888888888888." In Japanese web slang rehashed "あ" and "w" speak to chuckling, while "8" remains for praise.
Since a year ago, "Metal Gear Soild" creator Kojima hasn't shown his presence to a Tokyo Game Show for the reason we can only tell why.
The larger part of this fan outrage originates from the tumultuous relationship between the arrangement's auteur, Hideo Kojima and Konami, the organization that distributes the "Metal Gear" franchise and in addition other computer game works of art like "Castlevania" and "Noiseless Hill."
Kojima's latest project "Death Stranding" is a forthcoming open world, activity computer game created by Kojima Productions and distributed by Sony Interactive Entertainment for the PlayStation 4.
It will be Kojima and his organization's first undertaking after the 2015 disbandment and end of their agreement from Konami.
"Death Stranding" game will star American performing artist Norman Reedus of "The Walking Dead".