Mel looks somberly over a grave marked “Konami’s Relevancy” and gives a eulogy for a once-beloved games company. Come inside and see what old memories he has dredged up as well as a better insight into how it all came to this regrettable outcome.
Hideo Kojima hints at taking the reins of the Silent Hill series, Nintendo primes the retail check-out by creating artificial scarcity, and Notch refuses to have Minecraft certified for Windows 8 in this week’s news.
Microsoft kills off a Silent Hill HD patch with their money grubbing, Dragon Quest X launches to less than expected sales figures, and Konami provides free game recompense (with strings) in this week’s highly conditional news fine print.
The day of Amalur’s reckoning arrives, pirates prefer DRM in their Witcher, and Konami bares its dirty linen in this week’s revealing news facsimiles.
OMGPOP make their case for the ghettoisation of Facebook, Konami set a new standard of bad for HD ports, and Bioware overtures seem to indicate forthcoming ending DLC – for a price, in this week’s thug nasty urban gangster government issued news stamps.
This week Konami belt some franchise release dates to all ends of the field, while Square Enix send their men out to the ropes in hope of an early breakthrough.
Konami butcher their two greatest Silent Hill classics amid claims that they have short-changed the original cast on the residuals that they were owed.
There are few plot tropes more prevalent in man’s narrative history than death, and the protagonist’s bereavement of those they hold dear, and as such
I am notorious for buying and trading in games. I have purchased games two or three times after trading them in. However, there are still