Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse Shares Themes With Death Stranding!

What a significant surprise – we can barely imagine the two in the same shoes, but that’s the case!

Hideo Kojima wrote on Twitter about his impressions after watching Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse. He gave it a raving review: „Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse was [a] great masterpiece! Live action, full CGI, Japanimation, puppet anime, tokusatsu, manga, American comic, graffiti – it carries all the DNA and MEME SCENE, SENSE to make the next-gen entertainment art. Good story too! The theme is like TPP+DS.”

TPP likely means Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, while DS is possibly Death Stranding for short. On Reddit, someone tried to understand the Japanese genius’ thoughts: „The theme in question, I assume, maybe the new hero (you) taking up the mantle/responsibilities of a hero that died or „left.” This was the case for Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain and Spider-Man. Or even the theme that we all are the hero or a hero in some way. Nevertheless interested to see what it may mean for Death Stranding.”

Kojima’s words can be interpreted across the main Metal Gear Solid titles, too: DNA/genes in the first one (these define who you become), meme in the second (good genes and memes can live on), scene in the third (Cold War, which could affect people), and sense in the fourth (you need them to understand the world around you).

But when will the PlayStation 4-exclusive Death Stranding launch…?

Source: DualShockers

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