Meanwhile, Konami also just voluntarily delisted itself from the New York Stock Exhange. Things seem to be going great over there, don't they?
Fucking hell, Alex, don't bury the lede. Forget rumors or Silent Hills, this means Konami's in a lot of fucking trouble. No wonder Phantom Pain is coming to PC
Not necessarily. Konmai is going to go with the Over-the-Counter Bulletin Board system in the United States only. They merely need to increase their daily, monthly, and yearly revenue with its United States division. If they voluntarily delisted themselves they most likely are predicting that they just are not going to release enough product to meet their minimum requirements to be on the NYSE.
Konami also announced that they are going to provide investor information in English, which they are not legally required to do, which is a sign that they fully plan on getting re-listed in the future.
Didn't there used to be a podcast section? Also, is there a forum where people can tell others about their podcasts?
BOY that is a long story. The short version is that I once maintained an open-door policy when it came to user created podcasts. Then the site got burned by spam and new accounts trying to promote their personal websites and podcasts on the forums. After that I decided to cease promoting podcasts.