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Kojima Productions was formed in 2005, shortly after the release of ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid3SnakeEater'', as a Creator/{{Konami}} subsidiary after several Konami studios and subsidiaries were merged together. Kojima Productions had been responsible for nearly all of the games in the ''Franchise/MetalGear'' series, as well as a few spin-off titles and installments in the ''Boktai'' series.

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Kojima Productions was formed in 2005, shortly after the release of ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid3SnakeEater'', as a Creator/{{Konami}} subsidiary after several Konami studios and subsidiaries were merged together. Kojima Productions had been responsible for nearly all of the games in the ''Franchise/MetalGear'' ''VideoGame/MetalGear'' series, as well as a few spin-off titles and installments in the ''Boktai'' series.



* ''VideoGame/{{Metal Gear|1}}'': 1987; ''[[TropeCodifier The]]'' original StealthBasedGame and the first installment in the Franchise/MetalGear series, released only in Japan and Europe. ({{UsefulNotes/MSX2}})

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* ''VideoGame/{{Metal Gear|1}}'': 1987; ''[[TropeCodifier The]]'' original StealthBasedGame and the first installment in the Franchise/MetalGear VideoGame/MetalGear series, released only in Japan and Europe. ({{UsefulNotes/MSX2}})


* ''VideoGame/DeathStranding'': TBD; The team's first game as an independent studio. ([=PlayStation=] 4)

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* ''VideoGame/DeathStranding'': TBD; 2019; The team's first game as an independent studio. ([=PlayStation=] 4)


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Kojima would eventually reform Kojima Productions in late 2015 as an independent studio[[note]][[http://gamingbolt.com/konami-still-holds-the-rights-to-kojima-productions-trademark-rumor The trademark]] of the studio still falls under Konami's umbrella.[[/note]] and hire several other ex-Konami staff members, such as artist Yoji Shinkawa. The studio soon signed a deal with Creator/{{Sony}} to create an action-adventure game for the UsefulNotes/PlayStation4 titled ''VideoGame/DeathStranding''.

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Kojima would eventually reform Kojima Productions in late 2015 as an independent studio[[note]][[http://gamingbolt.studio and hire several other ex-Konami staff members, such as artist Yoji Shinkawa.[[note]][[http://gamingbolt.com/konami-still-holds-the-rights-to-kojima-productions-trademark-rumor The trademark]] of the studio still falls under Konami's umbrella.[[/note]] and hire several other ex-Konami staff members, such as artist Yoji Shinkawa. The studio soon signed a deal with Creator/{{Sony}} to create an action-adventure game for the UsefulNotes/PlayStation4 titled ''VideoGame/DeathStranding''.


Kojima would eventually reform Kojima Productions in late 2015 as an independent studio[[note]] The [[http://gamingbolt.com/konami-still-holds-the-rights-to-kojima-productions-trademark-rumor trademark]] of the studio still falls under Konami's umbrella despite the alleged "disband" and "reform"[[/note]] and hire several other ex-Konami staff members, such as artist Yoji Shinkawa. The studio soon signed a deal with Creator/{{Sony}} to create an action-adventure game for the UsefulNotes/PlayStation4 titled ''VideoGame/DeathStranding''.

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Kojima would eventually reform Kojima Productions in late 2015 as an independent studio[[note]] The [[http://gamingbolt.studio[[note]][[http://gamingbolt.com/konami-still-holds-the-rights-to-kojima-productions-trademark-rumor The trademark]] of the studio still falls under Konami's umbrella despite the alleged "disband" and "reform"[[/note]] umbrella.[[/note]] and hire several other ex-Konami staff members, such as artist Yoji Shinkawa. The studio soon signed a deal with Creator/{{Sony}} to create an action-adventure game for the UsefulNotes/PlayStation4 titled ''VideoGame/DeathStranding''.


Kojima would eventually reform Kojima Productions in late 2015 as an independent studio and hire several other ex-Konami staff members, such as artist Yoji Shinkawa. The studio soon signed a deal with Creator/{{Sony}} to create an action-adventure game for the UsefulNotes/PlayStation4 titled ''VideoGame/DeathStranding''.

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Kojima would eventually reform Kojima Productions in late 2015 as an independent studio[[note]] The [[http://gamingbolt.com/konami-still-holds-the-rights-to-kojima-productions-trademark-rumor trademark]] of the studio still falls under Konami's umbrella despite the alleged "disband" and "reform"[[/note]] and hire several other ex-Konami staff members, such as artist Yoji Shinkawa. The studio soon signed a deal with Creator/{{Sony}} to create an action-adventure game for the UsefulNotes/PlayStation4 titled ''VideoGame/DeathStranding''.


* ''VideoGame/{{Metal Gear|1}}'': 1987; ''[[TropeCodifier The]]'' original StealthBasedGame and the first installment in the Franchise/MetalGear series, released only in Japan and Europe. ({{MSX}}2)

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* ''VideoGame/{{Metal Gear|1}}'': 1987; ''[[TropeCodifier The]]'' original StealthBasedGame and the first installment in the Franchise/MetalGear series, released only in Japan and Europe. ({{MSX}}2)({{UsefulNotes/MSX2}})


Kojima would eventually reform Kojima Productions in late 2015 as an independent studio and hire several other ex-Konami staff members, such as artist Yoji Shinkawa. The studio soon signed a deal with Creator/{{Sony}} to create an action-adventure game for the UsefulNotes/PlayStation4 and PC titled ''VideoGame/DeathStranding''.

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Kojima would eventually reform Kojima Productions in late 2015 as an independent studio and hire several other ex-Konami staff members, such as artist Yoji Shinkawa. The studio soon signed a deal with Creator/{{Sony}} to create an action-adventure game for the UsefulNotes/PlayStation4 and PC titled ''VideoGame/DeathStranding''.


* ''VideoGame/DeathStranding'': TBD; The team's first game as an independent studio. ([=PlayStation=] 4, PC)

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* ''VideoGame/DeathStranding'': TBD; The team's first game as an independent studio. ([=PlayStation=] 4, PC)4)


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'''Kojima Productions''' is a Japanese video game development studio founded by legendary video game designer Creator/HideoKojima.

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'''Kojima Productions''' Kojima Productions is a Japanese video game development studio founded by legendary video game designer Creator/HideoKojima.


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*** ''VideoGame/MetalGearSurvive'': 2017; Even though the original version of the studio officially disbanded in 2015, Konami USA stated in 2016 that the team that developed ''Metal Gear Solid V'' is also developing this game.

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