Konami brings the popular Yu-Gi-Oh! franchise to the PlayStation 4 computer entertainment system on the PlayStation Network and the Xbox One.
Jordan’s prediction that Konami is in trouble seems to be coming closer to a reality as Bloodstained takes off on Kickstarter.
It’s been a fairly quiet start to 2015, for the games industry, but all that changed last week, when the faeces hit the proverbial fan over at Konami. The superstar developer looks set to leave Konami, after 30 years, leaving Metal Gear fans in turmoil.
Michael is back with another rather unknown game for this week’s Retro Game Friday. It’s time to let the moonlight in with Lunar Knights!
Jordan is mourning the death of Konami before it ever happens. Will Hideo Kojima’s possible departure really kill the company?
Don’t count anything out! While people thought that PES was on the ropes, Pro Evolution Soccer 2015 comes roaring back to deliver the hands-down best soccer experience of the year.
Ever play a game that you loved, but could never remember the name because it was such an obscure game? Michael felt that way for years until he finally remembered the game he’s covering for this week’s Retro Game Friday. It’s Mystical Ninja Starring Goemon!
Konami has dropped the price on Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes for all consoles for a limited time.
TransGaming Inc. in partnership with Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc. today announced that METAL GEAR will make its debut on the Mac platform as METAL GEAR RISING: REVENGEANCE is now available for Mac. Through the power of its industry-leading software enablement technology, TransGaming brings the thrill of METAL GEAR RISING: REVENGEANCE to Mac players. METAL GEAR RISING: REVENGEANCE is the first game release for TransGaming since it announced it is now adding full game publishing to its diverse portfolio of services, along with technology source-code licensing and support for enablement of PC games and other DirectX-based content on Android, iOS and … Continue reading Metal Gear Debuts For Mac
Does anyone remember Lost in Blue? We do, and revel in this coming of age classic for the Nintendo DS.