Posts Tagged “Konami”
Today Konami released a new trailer for the upcoming title Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, focusing purely on in-engine gameplay. Read On »
Today Konami announced their line up of playable demos for this year’s San Diego Comic-Con. Among this list are highly anticipated titles, such as Read On »
Fans of Castlevania‘s Alucard are in for a treat today, as he has been announced as a playable character in the upcoming title Castlevania: Lords of Shadow – Mirror of Fate. Read On »
Metal Gear Solid fans rejoice! Konami have announced a release date for the PlayStation Vita port of the Metal Gear Solid HD Collection. Read On »
Today, Konami quietly released a new trailer for Metal Gear Rising. Read On »
MGS fans rejoice! Metal Gear Solid HD is landing on Sony’s newest portable console this summer! Like the console counterparts, MGSHD will include Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty and Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater. Peacewalker, however, will not be part of the package according to the press release. Read On »
The California Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation & Dance (CAHPERD) and game publisher Konami announced yesterday that they would be partnering up in a program to fight childhood obesity; a problem that now afflicts 32% of children in the United States according to the Centers for Disease Control. Read On »
For the readers out there who have yet to experience the beauty of MGS: Snake Eater, let me set the scene. It’s the 1960s, and the Cold War is on the verge of becoming a blazing hot one. A soviet rocket scientist is looking to defect to the U.S., and it’s up to the series hero, Snake, to save him. In typical fashion, the poop hits the fan and Snake is thrust into a plot that could see the end of his beloved country. Hopefully the game’s story is unaltered, with original voice actors, but we won’t know until release.
Aside from the obvious 3D enhancements, the title will have some new features exclusive to the 3DS version – The coolest of which has to be the camouflage photography system. This option allows players to take a picture using the 3DS’s camera, and the game will make a camo pattern for Snake out of the colors in the snapshot. A camo percent will be given, so players will know how effective their custom garbs will be.
Other features unique to the 3DS will also help to augment gameplay. With the dual screens, all the action will take place on the top while Snake’s inventory will be displayed on the bottom. This will allow players to instantly switch weapons or tools, without having to search through menus to find them. The gyro controls will also be included, for actions such as balancing on narrow ledges.
If you’re like me, and are worried about the downgrade to only one thumbstick, Snake Eater 3D will feature full Circle Pad Pro support. This will allow players to easily target enemies at a distance.
Coinciding with the launch of the VGA announcement trailer for Metal Gear Rising: Revengance, Konami has launched a new website dedicated to all things Metal Gear Solid. The website sports interactive features such as the MGS Saga, a timeline of events occuring within the Metal Gear Solid universe, as well as key historical events that take place in the timeframe. Players can also add their own “MGS Memories”, or view and discuss memories that others have posted.
Sunday, August 28th marked the closing of Toronto’s FanExpo 2011. Wanderson75.net had a huge presence at FanExpo this year, with 5 of our staff attending at least 3 days out of the 4. It was a fun, exhilarating and exhausting weekend, and thankfully we have pictures documenting the highlights! Read On »