If you’re a fan of the Metal Gear Solid series and would love to play the games on your PC, you could be in luck because according to reports made on the Resetera forums, it would appear that both Metal Gear Solid 1 and Metal Gear Solid 2 are reportedly being planned for a release on the PC.
Konami is a name that many gamers might be familiar with as the publisher behind several extremely popular games such as PES, Metal Gear Solid, Castlevania, and Silent Hill, just to name a few. However, it seems that the company is branching out into creating other products, such as desktop gaming PCs.
The way Netflix’s Castlevania ended in season 3, it seemed like there was a very good chance that there would be a fourth season. Season 3 was also on the receiving end of many favorable reviews, which meant that it would be silly for Netflix not to go ahead with a fourth season, and sure enough they have.
Ever since Hideo Kojima left Konami and the Silent Hill game that he was working on was basically cancelled, many have been left wondering what will become of the Silent Hill franchise. We doubt that Konami would be ignoring it given its popularity, and we were right, sort of, because it looks like a new Silent Hill movie is in the works.
Several years ago when Hideo Kojima was still working at Konami, there was a new Silent Hill game in development. Unfortunately, the game was never completed and Kojima has since left the company. Many have been wondering about the fate of the franchise, and it seems that there could be some good news.
Konami wants in on the mini console action as well. The company has announced the launch of its TurboGrafx-16 Mini. The idea here is the same as we have already seen on other retro console launches. It’s a mini console which will come pre-loaded with a handful of titles. Six have been confirmed so far for the TurboGrafx-16 Mini which will be launched as the PC Engine Mini in Japan […]
When it comes to side-scrolling shooters, one of the classics of the gaming world is Contra which has been around for decades. Despite it being an old game, the Contra series has managed to enjoy comebacks in many different forms over the years, but if you’d like to replay all of them, you’re in luck.
It’s Konami’s 50th birthday and the company is celebrating it with a bang. Konami has announced three new compilations based on its classic and early arcade games which will be released for modern consoles. These include Castlevania, Contra, and several arcade games. The compilations will be released for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and via Steam for Windows PC.
Several years ago, Konami released a game called P.T. which was basically a playable demo for an upcoming Silent Hill game. That particular Silent Hill title has since been cancelled, but not before making P.T. something of a cult classic as many found the game to be incredibly scary and fun.
For those who have been enjoying Netflix’s Castlevania animated series, you’ll be pleased to learn that the series has recently been confirmed for a third season. The series will continue to be written by Warren Ellis with executive producer Adi Shankar continuing in his role where he recently tweeted, “We have artists from all over the world who love working on this show. Who work around the clock to fuse […]
The other day Konami announced Castlevania Requiem which is basically a bundle of classic Castlevania games. The bundle was announced for the Sony PS4 which had some wondering if maybe there are plans to eventually bring the bundle to other consoles. Unfortunately that will not be the case, according to Konami.
If you’re a fan of the Castlevania series and wouldn’t mind reliving some classics, then you might be very excited and pleased to learn that Konami has announced that two Castlevania classics will be making its way onto the Sony PS4 next month. This comes in the form of Rondo of Blood and Symphony of the Night, both of which are scheduled for a release on the 26th of October.
Earlier this was speculated that Nintendo could be looking to bring Castlevania characters to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Turns out the speculation was right on the money because Nintendo has announced that both Simon and Richter Belmont from the Castlevania series will be playable in the game.
Ahead of Nintendo officially announcing Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, it was hinted that the game could feature new characters. Sure enough this was true where we saw characters from the Splatoon series, along with Ridley from Metroid, and Daisy from the Mario series. However it seems that might not be all.