Konami of Europe has today "confirmed its commitment to the PC" with the promise that several key titles will be released on the beige box next year. Unfortunately one of these games is the PC port of Shadow of Memories, which has been pushed back from a planned September release into the new year, apparently a deliberate move "to ensure Konami of Europe enters the PC sector with the strongest possible line-up". Amongst this line-up will be more games from the company's Milton Keynes studio. "We aim to launch in 2003 with the strongest selection of PC titles available to us", Konami Europe president Kunio Neo declared. "On one hand we will bring Konami's world-renowned franchises to an all-new audience, while on the other hand original, first-run titles will prove our versatility and commitment to the format." Related Feature - Konami Shadows PC and Xbox
Source - press release
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