Konami Pulls In $655 Million In Q1 With A Little Help From SnakePublisher and developer Konami announced today that it raked in about 70.8 billion yen for the quarter ending in June, which translates to some $655 million in U.S. dollars. That was up from the same quarter last year by about 17%, no doubt in part to the return of Solid Snake in Metal Gear Solid 4. As we reported earlier, Konami revealed it had shipped out close to 4 million copies of the game, accounting for a massive chunk of its game revenue. Konami's total "digital entertainment" business did a cool 44.9 billion yen alone, with its "health and fitness" business ventures doing about 22 billion yen. Konami is expecting to pull in an estimated $3.1 billion for the year. Consolidated Results for the First Quarter ended June 30, 2008 [Konami]