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Published on November 28th, 2006 | by Deejay Knight, Editor/Founder

Hideo Kojima's Ready for the SIXAXIS' Rumble

You heard that right: Hideo Kojima, creator and director of the Metal Gear series, wants his rumble back when it comes to the PS3. Check out this excerpt from an interview with Official PlayStation Magazine:

OPM: What are your feelings about the PS3s new Sixaxis controller and the loss of the Dual Shock 2’s rumble?

Kojima: We can’t say how we’ll use the motion-sensing functionality specifically but we’ll use it for sure. The controls in MGS3 got a little complex, so you’ll have a little more direct control in MGS4. That said, I miss the rumble, and even now I hope it will come back.

Well if it helps, Mr. Kojima, the Xbox 360’s rumble works just fine, there’s an installed base of over 7 million consoles across the globe, and i’m sure at least a million of them would like some Guns of the Patriot action…

Think about it, will you?

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Deejay has been a gamer since the Atari 2600, has wrestled–and defeated–alligators with only his toes, and once aligned all the planets in the Solar System by uttering the words "Coo Coo Ka-Choo". In his sleep. He currently bides his time behind the scenes here at, streaming at and teaching.

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