Creator of the Metal Gear Solid series, Hideo Kojima, has said that he might get on the team for the next Metal Gear game.

It’s been said before, but it’s probably very likely that we’ll see another few games in the MGS franchise, though it’s supposedly the end of the Solid Snake saga.

"I always tried to finish the story in each game," Kojima explained to Reuters. "But by some miracle in MGS4 I was able to resolve the mysteries left behind in past games and resolve the side stories from past games."

He said, "I'm not a genius like George Lucas. I didn't have this story planned out."

Kojima says that the series will continue if the fans want it. "MGS will always be around," Kojima continued. "I feel a responsibility to continue this series as long as users demand it. But it doesn't mean I'm going to sit in completely.

"I'll probably take a different role in the next game. Maybe I'll sit in as producer and let the young staff take control of the new series. I really want to go on to new things."

"When entertainment becomes digital there can be a great collaboration between games and other kinds of entertainment, like movies or even novels," Kojima added.

"All these things might form together to form a coherent medium. The trend is there, things are happening and I believe that convergence will happen sooner or later."

Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots will be seeing the light of the day on 12th June, and we have loads on it already so take a look at the hub for more.