The Japanese company Konami, which is best known for development in the West Metal Gear Solid. Quiet hilland Castlevania franchise, apparently got into the gaming PC game. Japanese sales PC watch states that its Arespear gaming computer line-up has been open for pre-order since 184,800 yen (approximately $ 1,760) and is said to be available in September.
I can’t say I’m a fan of the design of these computers. Their bulbous cases look like someone dropped a small bomb inside a Mac Pro and are also powered by 9th generation Intel processors. Otherwise, their specifications seem to be quite decent for a variety of machine building machines.
A base level of 184,800 yen (approximately $ 1,760), the C300 will provide you with an Intel i5-9400F processor, an Nvidia GTX 1650 graphics card, 8 GB of RAM, and 512 GB of storage. Enter the 316,800 yen (approximately $ 3,017) C700 and get a water-cooled Intel i7-9700 processor with an Nvidia RTX 2070 Super processor and 16 GB of RAM and 1 TB of free hard disk space. Finally, there are 338,800 yen (approximately $ 3,227) C700 Plus, which has the same specifications as the C700, but has a transparent side panel and RGB lighting.
It should come as no surprise that Konami, in the context of its recent history, continues to do other things than develop new new entrances to its franchise stations. Five years ago, CEO of Konami Digital Entertainment said the company shifted its focus from AAA console games to mobile phones, and a year later the company was criticized for removing selected scenes from one of the biggest games ever, Metal Gear Solid 3, only to promote them on the pachinko machine. Yes, I’m still hot.
Because the company seems determined to produce anything that is not new Metal Gear Solid or Quiet hill games, so gaming PCs make as much sense as anything – especially since PCGamer news, computer games have become increasingly popular in Japan in recent years.
Nor is it said whether Konami plans to market its gaming computers outside Japan.