Double crosses, revelations, triple agents, and more- here are all the Metal Gear post-credits conversations, ranked.
In addition to working with a number of partners around the globe for upcoming titles, it looks like the Japanese company is also resuming internal development on major projects.
Actor Oscar Isaac, who's signed on to play Solid Snake in Metal Gear Solid's long-in-the-making movie adaptation, is hopeful that the project will begin at some point.
A recent report claims that Konami might be saving its biggest game announcements for events scheduled later in the year.
The remasters will allegedly be purchasable separately and individually, and are said to be launching for PC and consoles.
There's "defeating bosses" and there's "going out in a blaze of glory." Check out 10 bosses that go down in the most epic ways possible.
The stuff of nightmares, these bosses dominated gamers while barely breaking a sweat during the 1990s era of gaming.
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When these franchises were at their best, their was nothing else quite like them.
Every title helmed by the legendary designer features countless details which are still extraordinary to behold. Check out 15 of them here.
There's no doubt that stealth games are fantastic, but some of the genre's staple mechanics wouldn't make any sense in real-life.
Plot twists are an important part of any narrative, and here are 11 stunning plot twists that happen towards the very end of these games.
For all the effort it takes to finish a game, there are some that ensure you're rewarded in kind, whether it's new weapons or special content.
The new Castlevania game is allegedly being developed internally at Konami, while Metal Gear seems to have been outsourced to Virtuos.
Insider Millie Amand has noted the other to be an original game with a "similar size to Insomniac’s Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales."
How did we go from Metal Gear Solid dominating mindshare and delivering one masterpiece after another over a pretty long period of time, to it suddenly turning into a what is essentially a dead fran...
Ikuya Nakamura, who's been involved with the development of several Metal Gear Solid games, is at work on a new Konami project.
Hornets, photosynthesis, rollerblades- you name it, we've got it.
With rumours suggesting that Metal Gear Solid, Silent Hill, and Castlevania are all in line for revivals, it seems like Konami might be preparing to re-enter the big stage.
Is there a point to continuing the series without input from the man who created it?