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Review: PES 2014: Pro Evolution Soccer (PlayStation 3)

PES 2014: Pro Evolution Soccer (PlayStation 3)

Putting the Evolution back in PES

Improved physicality has been the goal of many sports titles of late, and while progress has been slow, PES 2014: Pro Evolution Soccer has managed just that this year. It's this attribute and the overall impact on the beautiful game that has produced one of the best entries in Konami's series in quite some time, and...

E3 2013: Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 Feasts on Flesh

Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 Feasts on Flesh

Features open world component

Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 developer MercurySteam’s clearly been spending too much time with Hideo Kojima. This brand new video – revealed during Konami’s pre-recorded E3 press conference moments ago – is less a trailer and more an epic. The six minute showcase features a bit of everything: monologues,...

News: PES 2014 Skips PS4, Focuses Its Attention on PS3

PES 2014 Skips PS4, Focuses Its Attention on PS3

Vita version also off the team sheet

Despite switching to Kojima Productions’ proprietary FOX Engine technology, PES 2014 will not sprint onto the PlayStation 4. The title – which was teased earlier in the week – will instead focus its full attention on the PlayStation 3. Asked why Konami is skipping Sony’s latest system, the series’...

News: PES 2014 Prepares for Kick Off with New Teaser Trailer

PES 2014 Prepares for Kick Off with New Teaser Trailer

Looks a bit Foxy

Konami’s hoping that Pro Evolution Soccer 2014's implementation of Hideo Kojima's new Fox Engine will cause a cup upset this year. This brand new teaser trailer – building up to next week’s full reveal – shows lots of grass, an ecstatic crowd, and some fancy footwork. We’ll get to see the full game during the Japanese...

News: No, David Hayter Is Not Returning in Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain

No, David Hayter Is Not Returning in Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain

Apparently, he wasn't even asked

David Hayter, better known as the voice of Solid Snake and Big Boss, will not be returning to lend his larynx to whoever that is in Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain. The popular performer confirmed the news on Twitter, telling disappointed fans that he had a “good run” as the character. Yeah, we’re welling...