Konami has filed a trademark application for a Silent Hill themed gambling arcade machine.
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It wouldn’t be a month of gaming news without ragging on Konami. This time around, though, said news comes in the form of something the
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Her Story was a game that blew people away last year. It not only used FMV video, it did it in a way that was
After a tumultuous year and arduous relationship with Konami, Metal Gear Solid creator Hideo Kojima has finally left the Japanese publisher and has joined forces
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Rumours have been swirling for a while now about Konami and it giving up on the AAA scene. But it seems these reports may be
Many rumors have surfaced that Konami has decided to leave the AAA industry, abandoning the Metal Gear, Silent Hill and Castlevania franchises.
Total darkness shrouds you. Armed with only a flashlight, a trembling beam of light guides you as the world you once knew crumbles away into
In college, I spent two years as a dorm proctor, meaning that I sat in the lobbies of buildings for hours at time, making sure
Konami still hasn’t addressed what is happening with Silent Hills, but Brendan Frye offers some speculation.
Konami has apologized for causing their fans stress and for their business practices in a statement to Polygon.
I can still vividly remember the night I spent trying to sleep with the lights on after going to see The Blair Witch Project at
Konami could be sending their farewells to the console industry.
On this week’s Pixels & Ink podcast, Konami looks like its imploding, and unfortunately, it’s taking Silent Hill with it, so this podcast just turned
Well, it was something that everyone was wondering about in the wake of Konami’s explosive—and still largely undisclosed—split from Hideo Kojima, but now it’s official.
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