Konami, the Japanese organization most popular in the West for building Metal Gear Solid, Silent Hill, and Castlevania facilities, has clearly entered the gaming PC business. The Japanese outlet PC Watch reports that the setup of Konami Arespear gaming PCs can be pre-ordered starting at 184,800 yen (about $ 1,760) and is said to be due to the boat in September.
I cannot say that I am a lover of the plan for these PCs. Their bulbous casings seem like someone detonated a small bomb in a Mac Pro, and they're also powered by 9th generation Intel processors. Something else, their specifications seem good enough for a number of pre-assembled machines.
With the pass-through level of 184,800 yen (about $ 1,760), you get an Intel i5-9400F CPU, an Nvidia GTX 1650 design card, 8 GB RAM and 512 GB capacity. If you choose the C700 with 316,800 yen (about $ 3,017), you will get a water-cooled Intel i7-9700 with an Nvidia RTX 2070 Super and 16 GB RAM as well as 1 TB additional hard disk space. Finally there is the C700 Plus with 338,800 yen (around $ 3,227), which is indistinguishable from the C700, but has a simple side wall and RGB lighting.
It shouldn't shock anyone that Konami, given its ongoing history, does other than build huge new passages in its marquee facilities. Five years earlier, the CEO of Konami Digital Entertainment said the organization was moving away from AAA support games for versatility, and after a year, the organization was reviewed for remastering selected cutscenes from what is probably the best game ever, Metal, Gear Solid 3, just to use it to push a pachinko machine. Really, I'm uncomfortable after all.
Since the organization seems determined to deliver everything that is definitely not another Metal Gear Solid or Silent Hill game, gaming PCs are a good sign, especially since PC gaming, as PC Gamer reports, has recently been in Japan has become increasingly mainstream.
There is no word on plans to move Konami ARESPEAR gaming PCs outside of Japan.