Director George Miller wants Hideo Kojima to make a Mad Max game

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While there was a game adaptation released years ago, series creator George Miller revealed that he wants Hideo Kojima to make a Mad Max video game.

Miller revealed this during the Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga premiere when interviewed by GAMINGBible regarding a new Mad Max game.

George Miller revealed he wants @HIDEO_KOJIMA_EN to make a Mad Max game@Kojima_Hideo

— GAMINGbible (@gamingbible) May 20, 2024

There, Miller expressed that while there was a game in 2015, it wasn’t as good as he wanted it to be. He then remarked that if a future game adaptation would be made, someone like Hideo Kojima so that something more creative could be made. Of course, Miller said that he wouldn’t want to ask Kojima to do it given how he already has a lot of things going on, but he certainly loves the idea of Kojima-directed Mad Max title.

Kojima being mentioned wasn’t out of the blue though. After all, Kojima attended the film’s UK premiere. What’s more, Kojima and Miller are friends, as shown in a clip Kojima shared on X (formerly Twitter). There’s also the fact that Kojima is a huge fan of Mad Max, to the point that he shared an incredibly glowing review of Furiosa.



Witnessed “Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga”!
This movie, which easily surpasses “MAD” and even past “FURY”, is at its “MAX” (masterpiece)! Ever since I saw the first film when I was 16 years old, George Miller has saved me, encouraged me, and changed my way of life countless times. He is…


Currently, Hideo Kojima is busy with Death Stranding 2, OD, and an untitled stealth project, meaning he likely won’t have time to make a Mad Max game.

If he ever decides to make one at some point, it certainly would be a wild ride. After all, imagine playing a Mad Max game that features bosses that are straight out of something like Metal Gear. Fingers crossed that happens at some point in the future.

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