Despite the departure of creator Hideo Kojima, Konami is determined to keep the Metal Gear franchise alive. However, the next title they’re planning, Metal Gear Survive, was not met well by fans and critics. For it went from a gripping story driven title with action and stealth elements, to a zombie killing game that had both singleplayer and multiplayer modes.
Well, a representative of Konami told Polygon that the game has been delayed, and now won’t come out until 2018. This is apparently so the team has more time to polish the game and refine it. There’s no telling when we’ll see the game next, as it was not shown at E3 personally at any of the press conferences.
After what’s been a lackluster E3 even by post-COVID limited-resources no-time-to-prepare-anything standards, everyone was looking to Nintendo to save the day. Did they do it? Well…their Direct this morning wasn’t a series of slam dunks, but they scored enough times to leave us pleased. Here are the things that intrigue
Usually, Nintendo is the last company to make their E3 presentation. If you’re a Nintendo fan and you want to know what they’ve got up their sleeve, you have to wait and wait and wait through all the other guys’ boring videos about meatheads shooting aliens in order to to
The country may be finally recovering, but it’s still a bit too early to hold giant conventions that pack thousands of people into an enclosed space like sardines (and even if it wasn’t, the wheels for this were set in motion months ago). E3 2021, like E3 2020 before it,
It’s E3 month, and though that doesn’t mean what it used to, there will still be a substantially larger amount of video game news coming out in June than there will be the rest of the year. Sony ejected themselves from the conference years ago, but Nintendo is still participating…and