Spännande nyheter nådde oss i början av juli där vi kunde berätta att ett hängivet fan jobbade på en portning av P.T-demon till PC. Konami var dock inte särskilt positiva till detta och tvingade därför sjuttonåringen att plocka bort portningen. Han hänger dock inte läpp för det eftersom de nu erbjudit honom en praktikplats istället.
''However, I have some really good news and really bad news. I got a phone call that I was expecting at about 5:00 A.M. from someone who worked at Konami. He essentially told me that he was very sorry for being the bearer of bad news, but I would have to take down my remake. I was told that he and many other people at Konami saw and really liked my remake, but legit due to legal issues that were out of his or anybody else's control really, he had to ask me to take down my remake project. I said that I would be willing to do so, and from there, the conversation went from really bad for me to, in my personal opinion (I'm sure you all will have differing opinions), really really good.
He said that with the legal mumbo-jumbo (that he and no other Konami employee really had control of, it just really do be that way sometimes) being over, he could essentially talk directly to me. He told me that my remake was popular (which from the way he spoke, it sounded like it was very popular) around the office and that because of my remake, Konami had a strong resurgence of a desire to make legitimate games again (as opposed to Pachinko machines, mobile games, sports games, (which, I guess they're all 'legitimate games' but you get what I'm saying) etc.).
He talked to me about what was going to happen after our phone call ended. There was going to be a short-term (within the next 5 or so days?) benefit and a long-term benefit (within the next couple of weeks, months, years). The short-term benefit would be some meeeerrrrrcchhhh (you all already know I spent over 180 hours working on this remake for some merch, amirite?) and some of Konami's games. However, the long-term benefit is actually pretty gosh diggily darn nice. It hasn't been made super official or anything, but a freakin' internship for me with Konami in which I would do stuff with Konami US, EU, and Japan.''
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