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George Miller: Kojima is the Ideal Mind for Another Mad Max Game

Wondering what Kojima-san was thinking when he reposted this news on social media, three times. 

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George Miller's highly anticipated prequel to Mad Max: Fury Road, Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga, has hit the cinemas. In an exclusive interview with GAMINGbible on the red carpet for the movie, Miller revealed his wish for Kojima to direct a Mad Max game. 

When asked about the possibility of a future Mad Max game, Miller candidly expressed disappointment with a previous video game adaptation of the franchise, even though it received over 91% positive votes on Steam.

“It wasn’t as good as I wanted it to be,” Miller confessed, before adding, “I’m one of those people that I’d rather not do something unless you can do it at the highest level.”

The focus of the conversation then moved to Kojima's exceptional creative abilities. Miller expressed his belief that Kojima would be the perfect person to bring such a project to life. However, Miller himself conceded, “He’s [Kojima's] got so much fantastic stuff in his own head that I would never ask him.”

Interestingly, Kojima attended the Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga premiere and reposted the news of this topic three times on his social media, but he did not make a comment yet. 

Image Credit: Warner Bros. Pictures

Currently, Kojima Productions is working on several projects, including Death Stranding 2: On the Beach, which is expected to be released in 2025, and Physint, a newly announced project still in its planning stages. The latter is set to enter production only after the release of Death Stranding 2. Earlier this year, a documentary about Hideo Kojima was also released, offering fans an insight into the mind of this celebrated game designer.

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