We will know which one from August 30
It’s been a few years since Konami released any exciting news, but it looks like that should change soon. through the profile OfficialKonamiShop on TwitterThis was announced by the Japanese developer Starting August 30, dozens of games, classics and new, will be available in its official store, as well as DLCs.
“Attention Konami fans! For the first time ever, all the classic games you love and the new games you’ve been waiting for are coming to the official Konami Store as digital downloads. Steam! 23 games. 18 DLCs. Are you ready to play?” – said in the tweet.
The trailer above shows off Contra, Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, a few Castlevanias, and more that are already on Steam. Konami’s official store doesn’t sell games, only stuff based on their IPs, and the announcement suggests that Konami will be selling their titles with Steam keys, bringing in classics and “new games” starting next week.
Comments in response to the announcement, in addition to discussions on forums like ResetEra, refer to non-PC Konami titles like Metal Gear Solid 3 and 4, the old Silent Hills, the old Castlevania, especially Symphony of the Night, and more. Another classic. .
Older Metal Gear Solid titles are quite difficult to play these days due to the unavailability of the franchise games on the platforms where they are sold. Metal Gear Solid 2 and 3 have been pulled from stores due to licensing issues. The first Metal Gear Solid, on PS1, is only available on GOG.
Metal Gear Solid titles are reserved from stores
- Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty HD Edition (PS3 and PS Vita)
- Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater HD Edition (PS3 and PS Vita)
- Metal Gear Solid HD Edition (PS3 and PS Vita)
- Metal Gear Solid HD Collection (PlayStation Now)
- Metal Gear Solid HD Edition: 2 and 3 (Xbox 360)
- Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater 3D (3DS)
- Metal Gear Solid 2 Substance (GOG.com)
- Metal Gear Solid 2 HD Shield for TV (Nvidia Shield)
- Metal Gear Solid 3 HD Shield for TV (Nvidia Shield)
In July, when the franchise turned 35 years old, Konami assured that it was preparing to bring back titles that had stalled sales. Which classic Konami game would you like to see on PC? Comment there!
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