As mentioned in our previous article about what go expect from TGS 2016, the Konami booth would probably pass you by if you aren’t interested in Konami’s soccer title, Winning Eleven, or the Yu-Gi-Oh titles coming to the Nintendo 3DS and mobile devices. Those two titles were the main focus of Konami’s booth, but there were other demos with smaller setups in the back. Compared to the setups in the main halls of TGS, the Konami booth was a little underwhelming.
Nonetheless, if you’re fans of Konami’s soccer game, Winning Eleven — aka Pro Evolution Soccer, the game was released when TGS 2016 opened its doors on its first business day on September 15. The game features more realistic controls and tweaked match tactics to give fans of the title a more enjoyable experience on the virtual pitch. Konami is also trying to build hype for the two Yu-Gi-Oh coming to the Nintendo 3DS and mobile device. Both will be free-to-play with in-app purchases. Everyone who pre-registers during the Duel Links pre-registration campaign will receive special bonuses, so if you’re a fan of the series, that’s something to take note off.
We thought we’d be seeing Metal Gear Survive, but they may be saving that for public days despite not being on the schedule; gaming expos are known for a few surprises here and there, so we’re crossing our fingers that we still might catch a glimpse of the game.
Oh. And we may have found Hideo Kojima hiding out in the booth.
For the rest of our Tokyo Game Show 2016 Booth Walkthroughs, click on the links below: