Whatever Hideo Kojima is currently working on always draws attention.
If you're a fan, you should routinely check the master's Twitter page , where he has recently updated his progress on the Zone of the Enders HD Collection and his mysterious "ogre project."
In regards to the ZoE remastering, Kojima said he's "working on a spec (visual) for the purpose of decal instruction for Jehuty at 'ANUBIS' HD version. The setting needs to be fixed since further details will be seen on HD." Those who remember ZoE probably can't wait to see the action in high-def; it should be downright gorgeous . However, given the sheer amount of detail and special effects loaded into that game, we understand the challenge.
As for the "ogre project," Kojima says he'll be conducting an overseas interview and then says he has to "carry ogre project on as much as possible." We're not entirely sure what that means, but he's definitely talking about it, so that's a good sign. He also added later:
"'Ogre project.' Went over the advanced setting, and strange things were found out. Will change the setting little by little."
That's a bizarre statement, isn't it? What "strange things" did they find? And why does that prompt a setting change? Feel free to read the rest of Kojima's tweets…he got an iPhone4S and seems pretty happy about it, by the way.