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Konami has made numerous odd decisions lately, such as parting ways with Hideo Kojima, canceling Silent Hills, and going as far as to scrub the PT demo from PlayStation 4 machines. Many speculated that the company was trying to get out the gaming industry all-together, but apparently that's not exactly the case...
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Did you like Hideo Kojima's P.T. teaser for Silent Hills? Well, you can't keep it. It's going away. Forever. You can't download it again. You can't even keep it on your console. The demo has been wiped completely from Sony's servers, so those who once had it can no longer re-download the game...
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Now that we are about to enter a post-Kojima Konami era, many have wondered what will happen to Konami after Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain hits store shelves. It looks like we have our answer today. Konami tweeted out a very cryptic: "The 80's [sic] is coming...
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Australian singer Donna Burke, who sang two songs for the Metal Gear Solid franchise, tweeted that Konami indeed fired Hideo Kojima. Yes don't throw away the Kojima teams work over the last 5 years because upper management fired a genius — Donna Burke (@db_singer_actor) April 9, 2015 @AaronDavidAshby yes but it's been out in the media for weeks...
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Hideo Kojima is no longer officially with Konami, and his production studio is no longer officially on the upcoming Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain project. He's consulting and working with the development team until the game hits store shelves, and then it's a new chapter in Kojima's life...
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Has Hideo Kojima left Konami? Rumors are suggesting he did, after Konami released a new executive appointment form that did not list Kojima as Executive Content Officer or anything at all. Adding fuel to the fire, Metal Gear Solid 5 has both a new Twitter account and website...
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Filed under: KONAMI, CASTLEVANIA
Koji Igarashi, producer behind Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, has left Konami. His future plan includes opening a new studio. "I've decided to break out on my own to have the freedom to make the kind of games I really want to make -- the same kind I think fans of my past games want as well," Igarashi told IGN...
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Filed under: KONAMI, E3, METAL GEAR SOLLID
Konami will be hosting yet another pre-E3 show for a third year running on June 6th. They also announced that they will be live streaming their conference through their website as well as through the GameSpot app on Xbox Live. The main topic of discussion? "We intend to promote Metal Gear series...
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Well, Konami announced a free downloadable content pack that for the European editions of Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. Copies of the game released on February 21st/22nd will have a free DLC code to unlock a custom Cyborg Ninja body for players to use in-game. Check out the screens below: click to view full gallery click to view full gallery
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Konami officially revealed that the Xbox 360 version of their forthcoming game, Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, won't be making it to the Japanese market. Platinum Games is the development studio behind the project. Konami also confirmed that the game will remain exclusive to PS3 in Japan...
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Soccer fans should rejoice, especially those who are on the PES side of things (the other 'side' is, of course, FIFA). Konami announced PES 2013, saying that the well-known soccer sim will be "returning to its roots, with the emphasis on the individual skills of the world's best players...
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After experiencing long commute between LA and the Czech Republic, Silent Hill: Downpour design director Brian Gomez decide to leave the development of the upcoming survival horror game from Konami (reports IGN). The dude previous worked on games like Clive Barker's Jericho and Full Spectrum Warrior...
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Looks as though Silent Hill: Downpour won't be arriving in November 2011, as initially expected. The game is now slated to hit stores at some point during Q1 2012 (oh bugger!). Just to remind you, here are the main features of the now delayed survival horror game: All new and updated Silent Hill experience that visually stands on its own with the current competition...
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Columbia Pictures' action film Battle: Los Angeles, is going to hit theaters on March 11, 2011, while Konami has now signed an agreement to publish Battle: Los Angeles, a first-person shooter game based on the film. The game is going to be released via the PlayStation Network, Xbox LIVE Arcade and Steam for Windows PC...
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The E3 2010 announcement trailer for the new Silent Hill game has just been made public. You're gonna want to check this out, believe you me: VIDEO: SilentH8E3201tr.flv Nice. The traditional survival-horror ambiance is maintained perfectly; at least judging from this little video.
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