Tag Archives: Konami

Super Bomberman R review
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Super Bomberman R review

There’s really nothing quite like a round or ten of Bomberman. Run around a maze, plant bombs, blow up your friends and attempt to avoid getting fried yourself. It’s a simplicity that’s granted the classic Konami series a healthy dose of immortality, but when an Nintendo Switch launch title is..

PES 2017 review
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PES 2017 review

[Reviewed on PS4] It’s time for legacy PES fans to stop talking about the PS2. It was a long time ago, but this fact of life has eluded plenty of die-hards who still like to harp on about the good old days. PES 2017 is the best version of Konami’s..



PES 2016 review
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PES 2016 review

Balance is everything in a football game. For FIFA in recent years the balance has been more or less right for a long time and it’s felt as if the designers were simply moving some sliders around each year, tweaking the game before release. With PES it’s felt more like..

12 hours in Afghanistan with Metal Gear Solid 5

Around eight hours into our 12-hour stint on Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, we were able to pull off the greatest rescue anyone has ever seen. Needing to recover a prisoner being transported by jeep and with a tank bringing up the rear for support, we raced ahead..

Life After Kojima For Metal Gear Solid

At the time of writing, Hideo Kojima’s future at Konami is in the balance. To say the man is a ‘personality’ developer is a huge understatement – he’s one of the few with his name plastered on game boxes, he’s the only one with a studio named after him, he is..

PES 2015 review
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PES 2015 review

There’s something a little bolted together about PES 2015. Its confluence of polished next-gen gameplay with decade-old trappings can be a little jarring, but there’s definitely still something there. Some of that old PES magic we’ve been waiting to see again for so many years is definitely present, but so..