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Kojima Productions would be happy to work with Platinum Games on a sequel to Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, if the game is a success. Kojima Productions producer Yuji Korekado told Eurogamer that the action collaboration couldn't be replicated with anyone else, and talked about a potential PC release.
“We think of this as a product that came from the collaboration of both," Korekado said. "We both have our strengths and they were put together. So if we were to create a sequel we definitely want to work in a similar partnership.”
Korekado said the Metal Gear universe has plenty of characters and angles to explore in potential sequels, not just for Rising but with the series in general.
“If I start saying names and specific characters or elements then people will start thinking we're actually working on those projects, but I believe on Snake's side of course there are many characters who are very interesting," he said. "Not only that, but also on the enemies' side we believe there are many characters how have potential to be worked on.”
While Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance will release only on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on February 19 in North America, Korekado said Konami will consider a PC version once the console releases are taken care of. A Wii U version is not in the cards at the moment.