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Kojima Doesn’t Have Time for a New Snatcher, But Would Love if Someone Else Made it

July 15, 2011   ·   0 Comments

Snatcher hasn’t really been touched in quite a long time. One of Hideo Kojima’s earliest games, it didn’t sell particularly well in North America, where it was only ever available on Sega CD. Kojima, who is better known for his work on the Metal Gear series, recently announced that he would be moving forward with his Suda 51 collaboration, a radio drama based on Snatcher called Sdatcher.

Inevitably, people wondered why Kojima didn’t instead decide to make a Snatcher sequel. According to him, it’s a matter of time. Just because he can’t work on it himself, though, doesn’t mean he wouldn’t like to see it made.

Asked recently by the PlayStation Blog if games like L.A. Noire and Deus Ex: Human Revolution showed that there is a market for a new Snatcher, Kojima said, “L.A. Noire is a game that I really like, but unfortunately I have not played it. I think it is coming out in Japan today, so when I return, I intend to play it.



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