Konami to announce a brand new recreation in “loved” sequence at Tokyo Game Show

Konami has introduced its lineup for this yr’s Japanese gaming occasion TGS (Tokyo Game Show) and has teased a doubtlessly massive new title. 

This has been famous on Konami’s official web site, (noticed by @Nibellion on Twitter) and whereas it’s in Japanese, a translation to English states that it’s an entry in a sequence that’s “loved all around the world”. The announcement will happen September 16 at 3.30 PM JST / 5.30 AM BST, and can function Japanese voice actor Yuki Kaji as a consultant. It is at present unknown on the time of publication whether or not or not Kaji may even be starring within the title.

Silent Hill 4: The Room
Silent Hill 4: The Room. Credit: Konami, Team Silent

There can be no phrase on what the venture may very well be, apart from it being inside an current fashionable IP. This doesn’t slender it down an excessive amount of, nonetheless, as Konami has quite a few iconic titles beneath its belt, together with Castlevania, Silent Hill, Metal Gear, and extra.

As for different Konami titles confirmed to be at TGS, the writer’s lineup contains the likes of eFootball 2023, Super Bomberman R 2, a number of Yu-Gi-Oh! titles together with this yr’s Master Duel and ongoing cell title Duel Links, and a plethora of accomplice titles.

Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel bagged an excellent 4 of 5 star rating from NME. It was praised as being “the pinnacle of the Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG in virtual form”, with its “ridiculous amount of tools to assist in deck customisation” and its 1000’s of obtainable playing cards being recommended.

Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel
Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel. Credit: Konami

Konami’s most up-to-date launch was Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Cowabunga Collection, a compilation of 13 traditional Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles launched between 1989 and 1993.

In different information, French developer Quantic Dream, recognized for its narrative-driven journey video games equivalent to Heavy Rain and Detroit: Become Human, has been acquired by Chinese Internet Technology Company NetEase.

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