The classics will never die. With that, Konami classics that are now accessible on PC from GoG.com. Players can now play well-loved franchises such as Metal Gear Solid, Castlevania, and Contra, that seems to be real.
Konami Classics on PC
The old-school Konami games will be accessible on the storefront beginning September 25. Players will select from the first Metal Gear (1987), Metal Gear Solid (1998), and Metal Gear Solid 2: Substance (2001). These would all lead to the enhanced edition of Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty.
Gamers can get the game separately.
The company’s announcement marked the first time since the 2000s when developers released the Metal Gear Strong 2 for PC back in 2003. The MGS product, on the other hand, was made available on Mobile.
The games’ price begins at $5.99, which, if you want some nostalgic entertainment, is very inexpensive.
Meanwhile, on the web, the gaming company has also published the Konami Collector’s Series: Castlevania & Contra, which contains Contra, Super C, Castlevania, Castlevania II: Simon’s Quest, and Castlevania III: Dracula’s Curse, which can be purchased for just $5.99.
The games featured in the Collector ‘s List are all complete, so if you’re a fan of these classics, they are worth buying.
Aside from Castlevania Anniversary Series as well as the Contra Anniversary Set, Konami has also brought back several excellent games from the 8-bit and 16-bit periods. The update contains complete games from the said franchises.
Ever since Gematsu noticed scores of the games for PC on Wednesday, September 23, Konami fans and the franchises have been anticipating the games’ appearance on PC.
Will a contract fit for Sony-Konami?
Some gaming fans have been dreaming about the possibilities of Sony purchasing Konami as an exclusive PlayStation publisher since Microsoft made a contract with Bethesda. Microsoft also rendered an Xbox exclusive to famous games such as Fallout and Elder Scrolls.
Suppose Sony is stll trying to build such a huge deal with Konami as Microsofyt and Bethesda. In that case, PlayStation exclusives will be some of the biggest game franchises in history.
The move will render the future bright for the Sony console, particularly this November with the imminent release of the PS5.
Only through a PlayStation console can franchises like Castlevania, Metal Gear Solid, and Silent Hill be playable for starters.
The Suikoden will most definitely be on the chart as it comes to the top games since it has been one of the greatest Japanese RPG (JRPG) titles of all time. However, it will most definitely be towards the end of the list.
Some fans claim that if Sony were to buy Konami for an exclusive deal, it would surely put them back to the forefront. Still, even with the new updates, much of the company’s triple-A titles have performed magnificently well.
There is also no news about any negotiations between the two firms, though. So far, it’s only those gaming enthusiasts who are dreaming about what would happen if it were true.