30 years ago, the first Gradius game was released today. And with it, came a legendary way to cheat the system that became known as the Konami Code.
The promising Unreal 4 recereation of Metal Gear Solid has come to an unceremonious end.
Konami has not, not two but three new Yu-Gi-Oh! games planned for 2016. Maybe one of them will even be good!
“My employment contract with Konami has been terminated as of Dec 15th, so today marks a new start for me,” says Hideo Kojima, who’s obviously no longer on vacation.
Konami’s confirmed a DEcember 3 release date for PES 16’s second Data pack. Will it make up for the last one?
A free to play version of Konami’s hit foot on ball game Pro Evolution Soccer? Bah! Flimshaw! Anachronisms! That’s what the masses were shouting a couple of weeks ago, because clearly Konami would never ever consider such a business scheme. Right? Hang on, my Metal Gear Solid V base has solicitors at the door, who want to sell me on some insurance…
I adored Contra back in the day, but this announcement won’t delight any fans of the franchise. Why Konami, Why?
How many millions of shipments does a game need to be a success? MGSV has shipped 5 million, and I’m not quite sure if I’m impressed.
Games are all becoming a bit too real. You can now pay real money to insure your digital items in Metal Gear Solid V.
No, Konami isn’t forgetting about AAA development; those are all just a bunch of silly rumors.
There are articles floating about suggesting that Metal Gear Solid V needs to double its sales to avoid losing money. I wouldn’t take them at face value.
Metal Gear Online is coming to consoles on October 6th (early 2016 for PC), and will be free to those who own a copy of The Phantom Pain. This newest gameplay video showcases the game’s classes, as well as a game mode called Bounty Hunter.