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Kojima Station Cancelled Indefinitely Following Studio Fallout With Konami

March 25, 2015 Written by Mark Labbe

Kojima Station

Following reports that Hideo Kojima will be leaving Konami after Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain is finished, it appears as if the Kojima Station broadcast has been indefinitely suspended.

A notice posted on Konami’s website explains that the scheduled March 26 broadcast has been cancelled, and no date for the next broadcast will be given at this time.

To everyone who usually watches Kojima Station, thank you. The broadcast scheduled for March 26 at 20:00 has been cancelled due to various circumstances. Nevertheless, we apologize to those who were looking forward to it. As for the next broadcast, we will share more information as soon as it’s decided.

Just the other day, Kojima’s name was taken down from the Konami website as well, all thanks to a fallout between Kojima Productions and Konami. Hopefully, Kojima will continue working on Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain until it releases on September 1 of this year.

You can check out what the PlayStation LifeStyle staff thinks about these developments in this week’s Now Loading.

[Source: Konami via Gematsu]