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Horror fans rejoice, because Konami will be partnering with the merchandise creator, Mondo, to bring a limited supply of more official merchandise for Silent Hill, Castlevania: Symphony Of The Night and Contra.
You might remember last year when one of the biggest upsets in video game history occurred with a beloved survival horror franchise. And now, months after the ordeal and after enduring some pretty public disdain from Konami, Hideo Kojima speaks out about Silent Hills.
If there’s one thing we’ve learned about director Hideo Kojima over the years, it’s that the dude loves to tease things. He’s like an adorable, brilliant child who wants everyone to know that he’s got a secret. So when he posts a picture of a seemingly casual meeting with Walking Dead star and lead in Kojima’s recently cancelled game, Norman Reedus, you can imagine that the rumor mill hopped into full swing.
The cancelled Silent Hills from Kojima Productions and Konami could have had an interesting collaborator on the project... a certain Cliff Bleszinski, better known to Gears of War fans as Cliffy B. However, Cliffy turned down Kojima's offer.
Hideo Kojima and film director Guillermo Del Toro are reuniting once again... but it's not for Silent Hills or a similar project. The duo are going to be giving a keynote speech at 2016 D.I.C.E. Summit on February 16th at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Konami is moving forward with their plans on providing a lucky fan with a replacement arm based on the prosthetic worn by Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain's protagonist, Venom Snake. The company will unveil the creation at the inaugural BDYHAX body modification and bio-hacking convention.
A new playable character and a pair of new maps are coming to Metal Gear Online in March, offering players a couple of new playgrounds to go to war on, alongside a new combatant that doesn't really say all that much.
Mobile gaming has been taking the video game industry by storm lately, with major companies like Konami completely changing gears to appeal to a mobile audience. But if you’re a console gamer who’s interested in learning about what new and upcoming mobile games to look forward to, well we’ve got a treat for you.
It should come as no surprise that the next Metal Gear game won’t have Hideo Kojima at the helm; or anyone you’re familiar with, for that matter. That’s because the next Metal Gear game is an unofficial remake of the original Metal Gear Solid, being rebuilt in Unreal Engine 4 by Airam Hernandez.
Konami temporarily suspended the beta for Metal Gear Online on PC. They announced that a MB exploit was present that allowed gamers to gain free cash shop coins to purchase items from the cash shop during the beta. Konami suspended the beta to issue a hotfix to remove the exploit.
The father of Metal Gear, Hideo Kojima, has been named the next induction into the Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences’ Hall of Fame. The official induction will take place during the 19th annual DICE Awards in February.
Many icons of the games industry attended The Game Awards 2015, but one legendary director was missing from this year's roster: Hideo Kojima. As it turns out, the man behind Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain was not available to accept awards for his latest creation because Konami would not allow him to attend.
Konami has updated Pro Evolution Soccer 2016 for the PlayStation 3 and the PlayStation 4 with a brand new free-to-play feature that allows PlayStation owners to get the most out of the soccer title without having to pay a dime for it.
There has been some serious beef between Hideo Kojima and Konami that managed to make it into the public's purview over the course of the past year. The seriousness of the matter escalated even further after Konami announced that they have closed down Kojima Productions in Los Angeles, California.
The long-running drama revolving around game director Hideo Kojima and publisher Konami continues, with news coming out one day stating that the father of Metal Gear had finally left the company, only to be followed up by a report 24 hours later stating that he’s only on vacation.