Pretty cool stuff from concept artist Lap Pun Cheung, who’s currently redrawing all the key moments from Metal Gear Solid, in the form of speed paintings. »
Forget Konami. We have Allison Road, a new horror game that is heavily inspired by the Silent Hills demo. »
Konami, a Japanese company that operates slot machines and fitness clubs, released a video game yesterday on the PlayStation Network. It’s called Suikoden III. You should play it. »
Konami just unveiled a new music game for arcades called Museca. Isn’t that exciting? Sure it is! But, as some folks claim, it might look familiar. »
You know how Konami tried to pull Hideo Kojima’s name off the box art on their website? With Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, Kojima more than gets his due. »
Watching today’s teenagers fumbling around with a game that was second nature to gamers nearly three decades ago is heartwarming, in an evil old bastard sort of way. »
Game creator Akira Sakuma says his popular train-themed series Momotaro Dentetsu is “officially finished.” He names one Konami employee in particular for allegedly crushing the franchise. Oh man. »
Who needs stealth or cardboard boxes, when you can launch a military jeep directly into one of Camp Omega’s watchtowers. »
Three decades ago, back when Konami released video games, Japanese arcade goers were graced with one outstanding space shooter. I was so much better at Gradius back then. »
After weeks of silence over rumors about Hideo Kojima’s employment and the deletion of P.T. from the Internet, Konami’s spoken up. But if you were hoping for answers, keep hoping.
The man behind Pan’s Labyrinth and Pacific Rim has had two big-deal video game projects crumble into nothing all around him. He’s kind of doubtful about ever trying to make another one. Can you blame him? »
Just days ago, Konami issued a takedown notice for a YouTube video that was critical of the company. Then, the ban was reversed. The video’s creator still isn’t quite sure what happened. »
Koji Igarashi is best known for work on countless Castlevania games. He’s left Konami and is now ready to work on a new one. It’s not called Castlevania. It’s not for Konami. But it might just be what fans have been eagerly awaiting.