Dusk Golem Clarifies His Silent Hill Statement

As it pertains to any rumors surrounding a new Silent Hill game, I’ve opted for the wait and see approach. What we know is Konami is developing a new game in the Silent Hill franchise that sees Masahiro Ito returning in a key position. Continue reading “Dusk Golem Clarifies His Silent Hill Statement”

Konami Dismisses the Sony Silent Hill Rumors

Konami over the last few months has been awash in rumors regarding the supposed resurrection of several of their IPs. Rely on Horror offered new insights on a long-standing rumor of Sony’s involvement with an unannounced Silent Hill game. That not only was their one game, a light reboot of the series that kept the traditional style intact, but there was a second game as well. A reboot of the Silent Hills project that would see episodic releases stewarded by the original project lead Hideo Kojima with him having immense creative freedom over the project. Continue reading “Konami Dismisses the Sony Silent Hill Rumors”

Rumor Watch: Konami Employee 4chan Leak

There are rumors that have great potential to be true but just aren’t worth putting much stock in. On January 14th one such leak originated on 4chan from a self-proclaimed Konami employee regarding what is currently transpiring at the company. Said “leak’s” relevancy stems more from the traction it has gained and how it may shine a light on what is occurring between Sony and Konami. Not because it is inherently verifiable. Continue reading “Rumor Watch: Konami Employee 4chan Leak”

Rumor Watch: Sony Behind Silent Hill Resurrection

At this juncture, we know a Silent Hill game is in development. As previously covered, Mashiro Ito, the art director, has been teasing a new project with Silent Hill artwork and Konami has said they’re listening to feedback across the internet regarding the initial leak. All that remains at this juncture is an official announcement, but if new leaks from Rely On Horror are correct Sony may have played a critical role in getting the series back on its feet. Continue reading “Rumor Watch: Sony Behind Silent Hill Resurrection”

TurboGrafx-16 Mini Delayed Indefinitely Due To Coronavirus

TurboGrafix 16

Konami announced on March 6th, 2020 that the TurboGrafx-16 Mini’s release has been indefinitely delayed since they’re unable to complete manufacturing due to the plants being shutdown in China from the quarantines to keep the coronavirus from spreading. Continue reading “TurboGrafx-16 Mini Delayed Indefinitely Due To Coronavirus”

Konami Sort Of Confirms Silent Hill Project in Development

As previously covered two unannounced titles set in the Silent Hill universe are reportedly in development at unnamed studios under Konami’s direction. No, they’re not pachinko machines either but are actual legitimate games. Continue reading “Konami Sort Of Confirms Silent Hill Project in Development”

Rumors Indicate New Silent Hill Games In The Works

Silent Hill Rumor

Some websites are reporting that some new Silent Hill games are in the works after information made its way around the net via a Twitter user that some are claiming has been consistent with leaking information about Resident Evil titles. Continue reading “Rumors Indicate New Silent Hill Games In The Works”

Konami’s Monster Battle Game “Solomon Program” Will Release For Nintendo Switch

Not too long ago, we reported on Konami announcing a new game that goes by the name “Solomon Program.” Well, we finally have a splash cover that we can look over and a console that this “monster-battle RPG” will end up on thanks to the latest report by CoroCoro Online. Continue reading “Konami’s Monster Battle Game “Solomon Program” Will Release For Nintendo Switch”

Konami Is Working On A New Monster-Like Battle Game, According To Reports

Konami looks to be pursuing a new working title as we speak. There’s no telling if the title in question is a mobile game, a gacha-slot machine, or some other money-making scheme, but right now the unrevealed title has a tentative name of “Solomon Program.” Continue reading “Konami Is Working On A New Monster-Like Battle Game, According To Reports”

P.T. Demo Hack Explores The City Outside The House

PT Demo Hacked

Over the years Kojima Productions’ Fox Engine-powered P.T. Demo has become somewhat of a legend in the gaming space due to Konami firing Kojima, canceling the Silent Hills collaboration between Kojima and Hollywood director Guilermo del Toro, and then eventually removing the demo from the PlayStation Store in hopes of it disappearing forever. However, some industrious gamers have been attempting to pick apart the game files and examine some of the inner workings of the demo. Continue reading “P.T. Demo Hack Explores The City Outside The House”

Konami Announces New Silent Hill Game, But It’s Not What You Think

Konami knows how to rustle jimmies when it comes to classic titles and attempting to “revive” them. A year back, Konami gave us the abomination that was Metal Gear: Survive, and this year gamers get a Silent Hill game, but it’s something that nobody in their right mind would want. Continue reading “Konami Announces New Silent Hill Game, But It’s Not What You Think”

Contra: Rogue Corps Cheats Grant You Infinite Lives, Unlimited Health

Contra Rogue Corps Cheats

Oh boy, Konami really screwed the pooch on this game. Conra: Rogue Corps is getting a heck of a lot of well-deserved hate for not only departing from the tried-and-true formula, but also for making life miserable for PC gamers by gimping them with console-tier peasantry, such as hard-locked frame-rates at 30fps, problems handling resolutions above 1080p, and worst of all… input lag. Ouch. For any poor sucker that downloaded this tripe, there are some cheats available to help ease the pain, but not by much. Continue reading “Contra: Rogue Corps Cheats Grant You Infinite Lives, Unlimited Health”

Hideo Kojima Talks Rejecting Hollywood Offers, Making Games, And Integrating Film Into Games

After Hideo Kojima and Kojima Productions announced Death Stranding’s “Very Easy” mode for all the “game journos” and people with skill like Dean Takahashi, a new interview has landed on the web that features Kojima explaining his take on movies, games, and what monozukuri means to him in the games industry. Continue reading “Hideo Kojima Talks Rejecting Hollywood Offers, Making Games, And Integrating Film Into Games”

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