Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Cowabunga Collection Has Sold 1 Million Copies

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Cowabunga Collection has sold 1 million units.

Knightofelemia165d ago

The classic TMNT games are worth it whether on the new generations or the old generations. I just can't believe you would soil the Turtles using that shitty Nickelodeon picture for this article. That TMNT show is pure evil shit and is well still a pile of shit. My only gripe with the Cowabunga Collection was that Shredder's Revenge was not added with the collection.

CrimsonWing6945d ago

Better late than never, I suppose.


Interview with Konami's Michael Rajna

WTMG's Leo Faria: "I have seen a wide array of outlets and internet comments stating that Konami is back right now, as in, only after the announcement of the Metal Gear Solid 3 remake and the plethora of Silent Hill announcements in late 2022. I don’t particularly agree with that sentiment. If anything, I did state that the company was already performing a slow, but effective resurgence way back in late 2018, all thanks to actions like Castlevania Requiem, the VR version of Zone of the Enders, and partnering up with Nintendo in Super Smash Bros Ultimate.

This isn’t new for us, it’s just the natural course of what seemed to be a long-term (and unrushed) strategy. Over the past few years, we saw more releases, both in terms of retro collections and new entries in estabilished IPs. Thankfully, I was able to interview Michael Rajna, Senior Director of Business Development and Licensing at Konami, at BIG Festival this year, where I was finally able to ask about the company’s past, present, and plans for the future."

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neomahi72d ago

A rather generic interview with all the same diplomatic responses. There are all the tough questions that nobody wants to ask because, who wants to bite the hand that feeds, right? But it's the same sounding interview just with Konami


Konami Announces Record-High Revenue but Profits Slump; eFootball 2023 Passes 600 Million Downloads

Today Konami announced its financial results for the full fiscal year between April 2022 and March 2023, and they are a mixed bag.

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