With how well-received the first season of Castlevania was on Netflix, it wasn’t surprising that the animated series was renewed for a second season. However it seems that even before the second season has been aired, it looks like it might have already been picked up for a third season.
UEFA Champions League gaming rights have exclusively been with Konami for over ten years now but that exclusivity has now come to an end. Pro Evolution Soccer was the only football game which digitally recreated the Champions League but its no longer going to have exclusivity over this series.
In terms of classic video game franchises on the Nintendo Switch, Konami brought Super Bomberman R which was one of the Switch’s launch titles. However last year we heard that Konami was interested in reviving more classic franchises, such as Castlevania, and the good news is that they have, sort of.
The other day it was reported that Konami’s Super Bomberman R will be coming to the Xbox One. This left the question of whether or not it would make its way to other platforms as well, and the good news is that it will because it looks like the game will be headed onto the PS4 and PC as well.
Konami’s Super Bomberman R was an exclusive launch title for the Nintendo Switch, but it seems that the exclusivity will be coming to an end soon. According to reports, it appears that the game has recently been spotted on the Microsoft Store for the Xbox One where it is slated to be launched on the 14th of June, 2018.
The beauty of online gaming is that you get to meet people from all around the world. Sometimes players meet each other online, fall in love, and eventually even get married, which some developers such as Blizzard have celebrated on behalf of their players. However it seems not everyone feels the same way about dating in video games.
Konami today announced a new Metal Gear Survive beta which is going to be released for gamers on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC next week. This is the first time that PC gamers get to try this title as the previous beta was only provided to console owners. The new Metal Gear Survive beta has been announced about a week after the PC hardware requirements for this game were […]
Metal Gear Survive is coming out next month and it will be available on the PS4, Xbox One, and the PC. For console gamers, you guys won’t have to worry about hardware requirements, but for those who are gaming on the PC and are wondering if their current setup is good enough to run the game, wonder no more.
Last year Netflix launched an animated series based on Konami’s Castlevania franchise. While it was very well-received, it was unfortunate in the sense that it only featured four episodes in the season, meaning that viewers could quickly blow through the entire season in a little over an hour.
Last year Konami announced a new game in the Metal Gear franchise called Metal Gear Survive. The game is scheduled for a release in late February 2018, but for gamers who are curious about the game and want to see what it is all about before dropping their hard-earned money, you’re in luck.
Bomberman is one of those classic games that despite there being newer and more modern games, has somehow managed to survive and find new fans. In fact the game’s launch of the Nintendo Switch seems to have invigorated the franchise, and the good news for gamers is that Konami has recently released an update for the game that adds a bunch of new content.
A couple of days ago, Konami tweeted that the Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain PS4 Pro patch would be released on the 31st of October, and sure enough if you do own the PS4 Pro and would like the game to be able to take full advantage of your console’s hardware, you’ll be pleased to learn that the update is now live.
Sony’s PS4 Pro represents the company’s attempt at an upgrade over the current PS4 console. It is supposed to be more powerful than its predecessor, which means that it should be able to run games at a higher quality than before. For gamers looking to take advantage of this, Konami has recently announced a release date for the PS4 Pro for Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain.
When famed game producer Hideo Kojima announced that he would be leaving Konami, many wondered about the future of the Metal Gear franchise, a franchise that was pretty much synonymous with Kojima due to his involvement in the majority of the titles. We suppose we will find out soon enough with Metal Gear Survive.