Metal Gear mastermind Hideo Kojima said that three concepts for the Solid series's still yet-to-be announced fifth installment are already lurking within his mind. But, is he willing to step in again and be involved in the title's development? In 1UP's feature interview with the man himself, Kojima said:
"I would like to just make a new game, and the younger staff can work on the new MGS projects...I have three concepts for MGS5 already. What would be ideal for me with MGS5, though, is that we don't do those. If the team picks one of those concepts, I have to get involved again, which I don't want to do. There are already so many good ideas from the staff, so if we select one of those, that would be really good. At that point I could really rely on them and take the step back to be the producer, which is the ideal situation, I think."
Well, as long as you say you trust your staff Kojima-san, we're up for it. Old Snake's latest (but not last?) mission in Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots is now available exclusively for the PS3. Make sure you hit the source for the rest of the interview.