In the past couple of weeks, I think it’s been all but impossible to avoid any kinds of talks about the weird crap that is going on with the gaming world lately—particularly as it revolves around Konami. Well, it revolves around Konami for a short time, and then Konami quickly bats it down and removes it from the Revolvable Objects marketplace so nobody knows what the crap is going on. Probably in some desperate hope that everyone will forget about... something.
Erm... what were we talking about again? I can’t really remember, but... for some reason, I feel bitter, so I’m going to assume we were talking about Coke BlāK being removed from store shelves back in 2008. That stuff was pretty fantastic... I can’t imagine why they stopped making it. Kind of like Castlevania. Everyone remembers that series, right?
Well, luckily for all of us, Koji Igarashi of Symphony of the Night fame is making a new Castlevania-esque game—and it’s up on Kickstarter right now for all interested parties. If you throw some money at it, you can purchase your very own possible copy maybe of the unfinished game... today!
And with that, let’s move on to our articles for the day.
- Why didn’t Konami want you to watch this video about Hideo Kojima?
- Q&A: Castlevania’s Koji Igarashi returns with new game, Bloodstained
- Ubisoft Announces Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate
- D4: SWERY’s Journey to PC and a Second Season of His Gonzo Episodic Experiment
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