Sony and Konami, death threats to the developer who hypothesized the acquisition

Sony and Konami, death threats to the developer who hypothesized the acquisition

Sony and Konami

Sony's possible acquisition of Konami is a topic that has been on the agenda for several weeks, especially in conjunction with news related to the new Microsoft acquisitions, but discussing it on Twitter cost developer Gavin Stevens a surprising amount of money. death threats.

Stevens has done nothing but take a cue from recent rumors about Sony's acquisition of a famous Konami series to think about what would happen where the intellectual properties of the house of Metal Gear Solid and Silent Hill became a PlayStation exclusive, cutting out other platforms.

"For the past twenty-four hours, I have received nothing but attacks," the developer wrote. "Numerous death threats, even one person sent me photos of dead children saying that is what would happen to my daughter. There have been repeated attempts to hack my social profiles, and more."

Stevens said he and his family had been insulted on various sites and forums, all because he did not specify that his posts relating to the possible acquisition of Konami were neither leaks nor rumors, but simply the he opinion of him.

He then deleted those tweets, apologizing to those who had misinterpreted his words and promising himself to be clearer where something similar should happen again in the future, but at the same time saying he was disgusted by the attacks suffered and their ferocity, not excluding turning to the police.

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Imminent to get Konami or IP from Metal Gear Solid? The rumor explodes

Among the three ads that have been persistently rumored for a few days, Sony has at the moment Just introduced the new PlayStation Plus. Players are now wondering what other shots in the barrel the Japanese house might have in store…

According to Gavin Stevens, co-owner of Team Blur Games, it appears that Sony and Konami Recently in close contact. According to what Stevens has learned through his sources, it seems that an important cooperation may be generated between the two companies, and in this sense it cannot be ruled out behindKonami’s arrival at PlayStation Studiosor that some important elements The company’s IP was purchased by Sony.

Stevens was careful to stress that he does not have certain information at the moment, but the suggestions he has received indicate that important news has arrived:

“Okay, so… it looks like today is Konami’s day. Or the IP will be bought [riferendosi a Metal Gear Solid, come possiamo evincere dalla clip allegata, ndr], or the entire studio, or simply exclusive rights to other developers. But today it seems that We may receive information about Sony x Konami. Shame. These games deserve cross-platform if that’s true, and Sony wouldn’t care.

This is what some people I know are saying in messages and chats, as well as other rumours. Plus it’s my guess. If it’s wrong then it’s wrong, but it looks like this Could be the big news this week“. However, in recent weeks, an insider, Video Game Leaks, has already reported that Konami’s famous IP ended up in the hands of Sony.

These words are followed by a Somewhat suspicious message by Millie A, the insider who once predicted the announcement of the game for Wolverine from Insomniac Games. Twitter finds it below reports: “Up, up, down, down, left, right, left, right, B, A”or the Famous Konami Code. Do the two sources go in the same direction? To find out, we just have to wait for the next few hours.

This is from a few people I know who are texting and chatting, plus a lot of rumble. Gather stuff together by myself.

If it’s wrong, it’s wrong, but it looks like this could be the good news this week. I don’t know if it was an acquisition, and to be honest, I wouldn’t put money into it. but …

– Gavin Stevens (@GTS_Tweets) March 30, 2022

up, up, down, down, left, right, left, right, b, a

Millie A (@millieamand) March 21, 2022