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It seems the Konami and Hideo Kojima feud has finally come to an end, with a recent announcement suggesting all has been resolved between the two.

During Tokyo Game Show 2017 Konami announced that they are bringing , which launched in 2001 and was originally directed by Hideo Kojima, to the PlayStation 4. They've also announced that the remastered title will take on a new name all together: Anubis Zone of the Enders: Mars.

[Credits: Konami]
[Credits: Konami]

The company announced that this new version will boast enhanced graphics and 4K resolution support. The company also revealed that the game will be taking advantage of having "next-gen surround sound," while also boasting "complete VR support" for fans who own a PlayStation VR headset.

This new iteration comes only 5 years later after the original release of an HD version, which landed on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 back in 2012. This newly updated version will be heading exclusively to the PlayStation 4 in 2018. You can check out the trailer below.

Regardless if Hideo Kojima was even involved with the project, it's nice to see that Konami still has respect for this overlooked gem.


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