Metal Gear Solid creator Hideo Kojima has said that he'd quite like a go at developing games for both the Xbox 360 and PC. Kojima, who has in the past also expressed an interest in developing for Nintendo's Wii, revealed himself as a fan of last year's excellent Gears of War, and admitted that decent sales of the console in the US and Europe had got him thinking about working on the 360.
"Yes, I do have strong interest in creating something for the Xbox 360. In the US and Europe, it is selling, and I think it will sell a lot this year as well. I'm a fan of Gears of War as well, it's very interesting," he told GamePro, before sharing the love with the PC: "Frankly speaking, I want to create something on the PC. It's a multi-platform [format]. I want to do it. But our staff, especially the younger ones, don't so much like to work on the PC. But if it was PC, we don't have to go into some crappy things with the first parties (Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo)."
A few more tidbits regarding Metal Gear Solid 4 Guns of the Patriots also emerged, with Snake's Daddy promising that cut-scenes would be shorter overall this time (thank Gawd), that Snake's back-against-the-wall 'gun pose' would not be available, and that the game wouldn't fit on anything other than a Blu-ray disc. Oh, and he couldn't give a toss about HD graphics. Read the whole thing here.