Konami characters assemble on recruitment page.
If only Konami made games anymore
Well they seem to be hiring people, although it remains to be seen if that will amount to anything.
Was their CEO fired? I recall something similar happening to SEGA their former CEO said console gaming was dead at they would focus on mobile and Pachinko then he got fired and everything changed. Wondering if something similar at Konami?
Konami has one of the greatest gaming catalogs in gaming. If you weren't gaming in the 80s and 90s, you wouldn't know how great it was to see a konami arcade machine. Along with capcom, Sega, taito, data east, and many more. I hope they find themselves again.
"look at all our properties we do nothing/worse than nothing with"
What a Legacy. There's still hope. Hey, look at Capcom.
Capcom was just having issues with their general game design and conforming too heavily to trends. They didn't spiral into the employee destroying hole of non-development that Konami did. Capcom simply had to revise their approach to game design. Konami has to revise their approach to being a video game developer. They burned a metric crap ton of bridges with the well known treatment of Kojima and his team during the development of MGS5.
Don't forget how they also Scrapped Kojima's Silent hills reboot that everyone still talks about to this day.
Don't hurt me like this Konami. All I want is a new Suikoden.
Konami: Suikoden Pachinko it is!
Dang I need suikoden 6 in my life
For a starter a remaster collection would be nice.
Well those pachinko machines ain't gonna build themselves!
Konami killed most of these franchises anyway
They'll probably get barely anybody and they'll probably have them make another garbage Metal Gear spinoff.
All in glorious Pachinko
Those bastards They know what valuable assets they have but they’re not doing much at all with them Oh well at least this’ll make a cool background
I will pay 500 dollars for a new Suikoden game.
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