At GamesCom 2009, Konami and Kojima Productions introduced the brand new co-op mode for Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker.
Although the showing left a positive impression, many fans were concerned about how the new mode could detract resources from the single-player experience. Sean Eyestone
of Kojima Productions put those concerns to rest on the latest Kojima Productions podcast, http://www.konami.jp/kojima_pro/radio/the_report/the_report_099.mp3, to quote:
"There will be a single-player mode. Of course there will be. It's Metal Gear. It always features a really deep story and there will be a full-featured single-player mode. So don't worry about that. You'll be able to enjoy it either way."
He later added, "By no means are we sacrificing the single-player mode. It will still have a deep story; it will still have a very fun single-player mode. We're not going to gear it totally towards co-op. You'll be able to have fun with it either way you decide to play it."
Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker is slated for a 2010 release exclusively for the PSP.
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