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Leaked Konami Email: Kojima a Fuckboi | Shit Casual

Leaked Konami Email: Kojima a Fuckboi

Konami’s leaked email regarding Hideo Kojima’s recent departure sparks outrage.


Konami is under hot water after an internal email surfaced referring to Metal Gear developer as a fuckboi.

This comes after the controversial exit/release of Hideo Kojima, confirming officially as of Tuesday.

His departure was originally rumored months before the release of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain.

According to sources online, a fuckboy (or fuckboi), is the male equivalent of a basic bitch. Those allegations seem unlikely considering Kojima’s track record of proving himself.

 

The leaked email in question:

 

Kare wa watashitachi no hōshin ni gimon o yoriyoi shitte imashita. Kare ni kōun! Soredewa, hoka no shubbansha wa kare o toru mite mimashou. Anata wa kare ga nani o shitte imasu ka? Fuckboi!

 

Konami's leaked email regarding Hideo Kojima's recent departure sparks outrage.

Konami’s leaked email regarding Hideo Kojima’s recent departure sparks outrage.

 

Nobody knows for certain whence the root-cause originated. The generally accepted theory was that Hideo Kojima stumbled into a conference room discussing the next avenue for Castlevania.

Allegedly, Kojima suggested returning to the series’ 2D roots, with emphasis on exploration similar to Castlevania: Symphony of the Night.

Kojima reminded attendees that it has been over fifteen years since a decent Castlevania, and that they should look into Kickstarter-backed Odallus: The Dark Call.

Needless to say, Konami didn’t feel as strongly, believing Kojima was wasting valuable budget time.

After Kojima received his fifty lashes and put back in his cage, he quietly stepped down as his position of Jesus.

In retaliation, Kojima shifted its investments toward pachinko machines and children’s card games. The rest, as they say, is history.

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