Entries in 'pes' (65)
Konami’s gaming arm has reported a 62 per cent decline in operating income to ¥70.6bn (£427m) for the nine months ending December 31st.
MCV takes a look at the biggest releases and events that will affect the games industry in the next year.
Sportra, a website dedicated to sports video games, is now live.
Konami says its new European office in Windsor will help it prepare for changes in the games market
Expectations are already high for Konami's freshly-announced London PES studio.
The plan to put Pro Evolution Soccer back on top is heating up - MCV can confirm that Konami is opening a new London studio as part of its investment ...
New outings for Metal Gear, Pro Evolution Soccer and Castlevania will all be available to play in Cologne this August.
The last few Pro Evolution Soccer fans will finally jump ship when FIFA Street hits, says EA.
Barcelona and Argentina football star Lionel Messi has been signed by EA as its new “global face of the EA Sports FIFA franchise”.
Konami’s UK PES team leader John Murphy has admitted that the Pro Evolution Soccer series has fallen further behind rival FIFA.
Publisher Konami has admitted that it has to evolve how people pay and play Pro Evolution Soccer.
The demo for football title PES 2012 is out now for PS3 and PC but Xbox 360 owners will have to wait until next month to play it.
Time to start gearing up for the latest annual Q4 football game showdown between Electronic Arts and Konami. FIFA 12 versus Pro Evolution Soccer 2012.
The ongoing battle between PES and FIFA is having a revolutionary effect on the football genre, says Konami.
Konami has announced the first details of PES 2012, which is due out on Xbox 360, PS3, Wii, PSP, PC and PS2 this autumn.
Japanese publisher Konami generated YEN 12.9bn (£98m) in profit for its financial year ending March 31st 2011, a three per cent drop from last year’s YEN 13.3bn (£101m).
Konami has told MCV that while Pro Evolution Soccer may never beat EA’s FIFA in terms of sales, it can still be a success on its own terms.
Call of Duty, Bulletstorm, Grand Theft Auto – these are the familiar names of killer games sewing their evil seeds in the minds of children across the nation.
The Pro Evolution Soccer series has sold roughly 69 million units worldwide.
Nintendo earlier this week said 25-30 games will hit during the 3DS launch window - but MCV can reveal that means around 10 titles will be on shelves from day ...
A by-product of FIFA’s growing commercial success has been a sustained and reasonably emphatic superiority over FIFA’s great rival franchise, PES – the one that used to be considered the ...