deleted208d ago

A return to Gradius is a good mention in this article. Suikoden remasters I am really excited about, and would definitely love to see the series resurrected.

One that often gets overlooked by Konami is Legend of the Mystical Ninja. Me and friends used to have a blast co-op'ing it on SNES. It was one of the first games I can remember too that had fun side-diversion minigames for 2p like air hockey & horse races. The N64 one wasn't too great, but I'd enjoy seeing Gomen get resurrected again as well!

RetroCaptainSteve208d ago

Ah yes, Goemon. While we're at it, a little Sparkster from Rocket Knight Adventures wouldn't hurt either... :D

deleted208d ago

Ha yea, realized I misspelled Goemon later after I posted. It's been too long! XD

Sirk7x208d ago

That game is such a SNES gem. I know there have been many Goemon games after, but none were nearly that cool or fun, especially from a multiplayer standpoint. I have very fond memories of playing that game with my brother all the time when we were little.

zsquaresoff208d ago

If it makes them money, they will start caring again.

RetroCaptainSteve208d ago

And Silent Hill 2 has a big shot at doing that.

chrisx208d ago (Edited 208d ago )

Common sense is supposed to last. But we know how Konami is, one can only hope this is a sign that they're finally getting their senses back.

CrimsonWing69208d ago (Edited 208d ago )

I think some of it is on support, too. If we, the consumers, don’t support what they do then why on Earth would they continue?

MrVux000208d ago

They lost a lot of good will, and some fans will likely not return to buying their products (...) period, no matter how much they claim and show they have changed their focus.

But for a lot of us, they will only have one more chance. Whether or not that chance will be squandered, only time will tell.

MIDGETonSTILTS17208d ago

Are they though?

Look at scariest-games lists right now around Halloween…. Notice how PT is consistently mentioned?

Still can’t play it though, purely out of Konami’s spite.

Until that changes: FucKonami.

RetroCaptainSteve208d ago

Problem is there are probably a lot of rights tied into that, which went down the drain with Silent Hills' cancellation. Plus they prolly need the consent of Del Toro and Kojima, and they don't seem too eager on providing it.

MIDGETonSTILTS17207d ago

What are you talking about?

If I invent the latest thing since sliced bread on my work computer, then my company gets ownership of that invention. I’d be surprised to find out otherwise with PT and Konami.