The video-game industry rarely goes through controversial events, but this is not always the case. Hideo Kojima is one of the most well-known game developers in the world, and he has been the creator of the ‘Metal Gear’ franchise since the beginning. Kojima has worked for Konami for more than two decades, but it appears that Hideo Kojima has recently been fired from the company. The reason for his firing is unknown as of right now, but the plot thickens even more.
Hideo Kojima was the lead developer of the upcoming ‘SilentHills’ game, which starred Norman Reedus as the lead hero of the game. For those of you that don’t know, Norman Reedus plays Daryl Dixon on the ‘Walking dead.’ However, ‘SilentHills’ will no longer be made, and it is because of the firing of Hideo Kojima. Many people were extremely upset when they heard the news, because the preview for ‘SilentHills’ looked amazing. Also, gamers like Mark Ahn were excited to kill zombies, while playing as Norman Reedus. However, it appears that the game will never be made.
Playstation 4 users wanted to play ‘SilentHills,’ and fans of the game have started a petition. Konami has ruined many people’s hope for the game, and Hideo Kojima’s departure from Konami does not bode well for the company. ‘SilentHills’ will be remembered as the game that could have been amazing. For more information on this story, visitGamerant.