So the only thing here was for the fans really. Starting with a small trailer using nothing but red lines, they showed off the three games they'd be showing off, then moved to a brief history lesson and some of their projects in schools.
Talk then moved to social games, even if not much was even said about them. Still, the logos of Domo Jump! and NLB Live Challenge were shown with a bit of what each game was. After the social stuff, it then finally moved to the first of the games.
Pro Evolution Soccer 2014
The new engine - Fluidity - was named because, well... the fluid motions it brings to the game. And it was also based on the Fox engine. The TrueBall Tech means control is tighter and better in handling, and the Motion Animation Stability System makes the animations look more like that of a real football match. Many more features are being planned, and it was said that the new engine will impress users. A small trailer was then shown showing off some of what was talked about.
Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain
Basically, they're changing the character of Snake subtly, and with that came a new voice actor who could fit the darker theme of the game. Kiefer Sutherland plays the 49-year-old Snake, who is exploring 1984. With a lot of new advances with technology, the team behind it are fully utilising all they can for facial emotion, meaning less talking and more... emotional action. Photorealistic characters and locations are in this game, and that was number one priority, so the game looks closer to a movie in its cinematics and gameplay.
Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2
The focus of this game is on Dracula's story, and takes straight off from where the epilogue of the first game left us. The story is darker and the game is more free and tighter controlling. And Dracula has three more abilities. There is better combat, and with all the changes, the game's engine had to be adapted to fit with it. The game is more open world with a free camera and feels more open world, meaning no load times. It is set in a modern day setting, and a demo will be at the Konami booth during the main of E3. A trailer was then shown showing, I think I'm right in saying, most of the entire story, or at least the main plot points. At the end of it, it confirmed the game's release for PS3, Xbox 360 and PC this Winter.
"And now. We have a surprise for you."
Oh. Wait. More Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2. Live action comedy sketch that in my opinion was corny and unfunny, featuring a portly man dressed as Dracula. No idea why it was there, but I think it was meant to represent the reality of this game happening or something...
Anyway, that was all that happened at Konami's pre-E3. Now to wait until the 10th for the majority of the rest.