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Hideo Kojima

Who is Hideo Kojima?

Hideo Kojima is a highly acclaimed Japanese video game designer, director, producer, and writer, best known for creating the "Metal Gear" series. Born on August 24, 1963, in Tokyo, Japan, Kojima joined Konami in 1986 and quickly rose to prominence with the release of "Metal Gear" in 1987, a game that pioneered the stealth action genre and garnered critical acclaim.

Kojima continued to work on the "Metal Gear" series, producing sequels and spin-offs, including "Metal Gear Solid" in 1998, which is considered one of the greatest video games of all time. The series is known for its complex narrative, cinematic presentation, and innovative gameplay mechanics.

In addition to the "Metal Gear" series, Kojima has worked on other notable projects, such as "Zone of the Enders" and "Snatcher". He also founded his studio, Kojima Productions, in 2005, which has since developed games like "Death Stranding", an open-world action game released in 2019.

Hideo Kojima
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Video game designer, writer, director, producer
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Metal Gear, Snatcher
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Games by Hideo Kojima

This is a chronological list of games designed by Hideo Kojima from 1990 to 1990 on Abandonware DOS for DOS, Windows, Linux or Mac.

Metal Gear