GTA V gameplay astonishes MGS 5 director

The majority of gamers make it clear that Grand Theft Auto 5 will meet their expectations and Rockstar Games has a habit of doing just that. The first GTA V gameplay has gone a step further and proved how respected the developers are in this industry. This is thanks to other gamer designers voicing publicly how impressed they are with GTA V so far.

Hideo Kojima is best known for his work at Konami and this man knows a thing or two when it comes to digital entertainment, so to hear him voice excitement on Twitter over GTA V gameplay says a lot for Rockstar. Kojima is currently heavily involved in Metal Gear Solid.

You can see two tweets below that Kojima made within the last few hours, which directly relate to GTA V and the new trailer. You can see he thinks the gameplay was “awesome” and he loves the idea of “free control”, although he seems to be envious of what Rockstar is doing with the next Grand Theft Auto game.



In the second tweet it is impressive to see a director of another game, MGS 5, commenting on their game not being able to reach a certain level. In a nutshell, Kojima respects what GTA 5 is becoming and doesn’t think MGS 5 will reach the level of certain features seen in Rockstar’s game.

Will you be purchasing GTA V and MGS 5? Hit the comments with your thoughts on these tweets and Kojima’s honesty. You can see the gameplay trailer again here, or details about PS3 hardware being used for the gameplay in another article.

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Written by Daniel Chubb

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