Games developed by M2

Games developed by M2

9,131

5,600

163

9

Contra Anniversary Collection

Contra Anniversary Collection

Publisher: Konami Digital Entertainment
Other Developer: Konami Digital Entertainment
Released on June 11th 2019

1,875

1,000

16

Castlevania Anniversary Collection

1,778

1,000

14

OCCULTIC;NINE

OCCULTIC;NINE

Publisher: MAGES.
Released on November 9th 2017

1,097

1,000

23

Battle Garegga Rev.2016

Battle Garegga Rev.2016

Publisher: M2
Released on September 29th 2017

1,412

1,000

38

SEGA Vintage Collection: ToeJam & Earl

SEGA Vintage Collection: ToeJam & Earl

Publisher: SEGA
Released on November 7th 2012

835

400

24

SEGA Vintage Collection: Streets of Rage

SEGA Vintage Collection: Streets of Rage

Publisher: SEGA
Released on May 30th 2012

726

400

12

SEGA Vintage Collection: Golden Axe

SEGA Vintage Collection: Golden Axe

Publisher: SEGA
Released on May 30th 2012

662

400

12

SEGA Vintage Collection: Monster World

SEGA Vintage Collection: Monster World

Publisher: SEGA
Released on May 23rd 2012

406

200

12

SEGA Vintage Collection: Alex Kidd & Co.

SEGA Vintage Collection: Alex Kidd & Co.

Publisher: SEGA
Released on May 23rd 2012

340

200

12

Latest M2 (Developer) News

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Another week, another bunch of brilliant bargains hand-picked by the TA news crew. What manner of great stuff will the team recommend this week? Read on and find out...

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The Xbox Spring Sale is currently underway, and we've compared everything against our historical sales data to bring you a list of games, bundles, and DLC that are the cheapest they've ever been on the Microsoft Store.

Posted 6 months ago by Sean Carey

Xbox Spring Sale 2021

Discounts on pretty much everything - one of the biggest sales of the year is now live!

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Who should Microsoft buy next, and why is it Konami?

A Japanese publisher and developer with a storied legacy and dozens of lucrative IPs under its belt... where better for Microsoft to throw a few (billion) dollars than in Konami's direction?

Posted 7 months ago by Luke Albigés