Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc. will use this year’s UEFA Champions League Final in Milan to host the 2016 PES World Finals of the UEFA Champions League eSports event and showcase the next addition to the Pro Evolution Soccer Franchise, PES 2017, for the first time.
Michael’s back with a game he loathes for this week’s Retro Game Friday. It’s time to delve into despair with Castlevania: Lords of Shadow!
Michael’s back with a true classic for this Christmas edition of Retro Game Friday! It’s time to partake of Castlevania Symphony of the Night!
The new Metal Gear Solid V DLC sure doesn’t sound like something that a game developer with integrity would release, but this is Konami we’re talking about.
Finally, our reviewer is finished with our Metal Gear Solid: The Phantom Pain review after clocking in over 50 hours. Despite some frustrating bugs, The Phantom Pain turns in a solid performance that MGS fans, as well as quite a few others, will love.
Konami today launches Metal Gear Online, the dedicated, squad-based multiplayer component of its best-selling Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain title
Todd has been working hard on his Metal Gear Solid Phantom Pain review, but he’s taking his time and not using the infamous “chicken hat” to advance. While he loves the game a lot, it’s not the perfect title some people claim.
Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc. will exhibit at Tokyo Game Show 2015 (TGS 2015) at Makuhari Messe (Chiba) beginning Thursday, Sept. 17. KONAMI will showcase global titles such as METAL GEAR SOLID V: THE PHANTOM PAIN (MGSV: TPP), the latest in the over 41.7 million copy-selling METAL GEAR series, and Pro Evolution Soccer 2016. In addition to the single player campaign, MGSV: TPP will soon also feature the multiplayer online versus mode METAL GEAR ONLINE (MGO). The KONAMI booth at TGS 2015 will feature world’s first playable METAL GEAR ONLINE demo kiosks, allowing a maximum of 16 players at once to try the game … Continue reading Konami Showing Off MGS, PES At Tokyo Game Show
Metal Gear Solid V is here and Jordan and Joe are celebrating in the most suitable way possible.
Many longtime Metal Gear Solid fans, like our own Todd Hargosh, thought that Ground Zeroes was an unabashed mess. Now Hargosh is playing the new Phantom Pain, and it’s slowly growing on him as he works on his final review.