Todd has a long history with Konami, going all the way back to the heady NES days of their classic, double bowtie logo. He relates his longtime love of the company this week, and laments the fact their recent behavior, and somewhat despicable actions, have forced him to permanently part ways.
Michael’s back with a game that is really obscure for this week’s Retro Game Friday. It’s Yu-Gi-Oh: The Falsebound Kingdom!
Billy had a hard time leaving Stardew Valley to do the Time Waster this week, but he may have found the perfect mobile card game in Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links.
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.
Metal Gear Solid V is here and Jordan and Joe are celebrating in the most suitable way possible.
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.
Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc. today announced that Swords & Poker Adventures, its popular mobile game that launched on iOS in July 2014, will be making its way to the Android platform. In preparation for launch, the game has entered closed beta and Google+ Community members can participate in the phase starting today. In order to be eligible, users must request to join Swords & Poker Adventures through the Google+ community page by providing their username and email; once accepted, participants will be able to access and download the beta version of the game. The Swords & Poker Adventures Google+ Community … Continue reading Swords & Poker Adventure Looking For Android Players For Beta Testing
Neal gives us his yearly take on the state of horror gaming, with titles like Evil Within setting the benchmark that others, even the top dogs like Resident Evil, will need to follow.
Does anyone remember Lost in Blue? We do, and revel in this coming of age classic for the Nintendo DS.