Konami UK is holding a contest but other than that there doesn't seem to be much going on, sadly.
The 25th anniversary event was held in August so there is still some hope. Not much though...
Yeah it doesn't look good. Hopefully they can turn things around but the management at Konami seems to be more interested in chasing pachinko and mobile at the moment.
They posted a couple of tweets and Konami UK has a competition. But that's it, it seems.
They still need to do something for the 30th anniversary, they can't just let that pass silently can they? :/
Wow, so they got 150 million dollars in crowdfunding and they are still in financial trouble.
Yeah, because so far there's been nothing to play on PS4, right?
Checked again and it was the Respawn dev. :P
"This quote will come back to haunt me, I’m sure"
He's probably right about that. :P
Yes, I do, for the reasons stated above.
PS4 is selling about as well as the PS3 and 360 combined: https://twitter.com/ZhugeEX...
Yeah, the series really deserves more recognition in the west.
Is it just me, or does the content of this article not reflect the headline at all?
We're not talking about a PS5 right now, maybe in 2019 / 2020.
Personally I finish almost every game (if it's story based at least).
As is the case with almost every new console, with a few exceptions.
The major advantage of a new console generation is that everyone is on the same hardware, and games don't have to be tied to the oldest base model. It means developers can actually take a step forward and optimize for new hardware. The reason this 'dumb model' lasted this long is because it works.
PS4 has been getting great games since its launch, but nice try.
Loss of access? The games will keep working on the PS4.
The point of an entirely new generation is that everyone is on the same hardware, and you can develop games without keeping the base hardware in mind (which would be the case with an upgrade instead of an entirely new gen).
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