During the 10th annual Spike Video Game Awards show one of the biggest reveal trailer was one we where a little unsure off from a little known studio named Moby Dick Studios which could mean a new installment of the Metal Gear Solid?
As of yet it’s nothing official, but with the trailer looking unbelievably epic with graphics that seem to be running on Kojima’s Fox Engine its defiantly possible, which was announced not too long ago during the reveal trailer for Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes.
As Moby Dick Studios is not too well-known and actually hasn’t ever made a game yet with not much on its website there’s not much to say really, and it could be likely that this could be some game that we have never heard of before, with only one member named Joakim Mongren.
However as revealed on the NeoGAF forums, if you rearrange the letters of Joakim and you get Kojima which could be a hint at the creator of the Metal Gear franchise, Hideo Kojima.
The main thing that got me thinking this was a Metal gear Solid trailer was how the main character plays and looks like Snake,
However whatever this trailer was for we probably isn’t going to find out anytime soon, so might as well keep guessing. In the meantime you can check out the trailer at the link below.
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