01:05: Starting with Yoshikazu Matsuhana, creative producer on Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater on 3DS. Players can take pictures using the 3DS camera to use as camouflage. The 3DS gyro sensor is also used for balancing on tight walkways.
01:10: Showing trailer for Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater 3D. The trailer shows the top screen used for gameplay with maps and item selection on the touch screen. Also shows examples of the camera and gyro sensor functionality Matsuhana spoke of. Trailer ends with Snake looking through binoculars and finding a Yoshi figurine in the jungle.
01:12: Now Shingo "Seabass" Takasuka is speaking, talking about PES 2011. PES 2011 focused on off the ball movement to emphasize the team aspect of the game. Improved AI to make playing more realistic when playing on defence.
01:15: Turns now to Lionel Messi, who introduces a trailer for PES 2011.
01:18: Shinto Nojiri is now talking about NeverDead. His first idea for the game was the concept of an immortal player, growing back lost limbs. Taking damage causes the protagonist, Bryce, to lose his limbs, which he must then recover in the environment.
01:22: NeverDead trailer starting, featuring a new song by Megadeth written for the game.
01:26: Turns now to talk about Silent Hill, beginning with the upcoming movie Silent Hill Revelation 3D. It's based on the story from Silent Hill 3.
01:28: Tom Hewlett announces the Silent Hill Collection. It includes Silent Hill 2 and Silent Hill 3 redone in HD. Also announcing Silent Hill: Book of Memories exclusive to NGP. There's further info about it at this stage.
01:30: Showing a trailer for Silent Hill Downpour. It shows scenes in the town of Silent Hill, the surrounding woods, and what appears to be an underground train car.
01:32: Introducing Kojima Productions. There's a really long setup to this announcement, involving a Mega64 video.
01:35: Metal Gear Solid HD Collection for PS3 announced, including Metal Gear Solid 2, Metal Gear Solid 3, and Metal Gear Solid Peace Walker. Peace Walker will include "transfarring," allowing game progress to be transferred between the HD Collection on PS3 and Peace Walker on PSP. Also announcing Zone of the Enders HD Collection, including both Zone of the Enders and Zone of the Enders 2. Both HD collections are also coming to the Xbox 360.
01:41: Kojima is now explaining transfarring. Selecting "transfarring out" on the PS3 game menu exports the game progress to the PSP system. The process took about 11 seconds. Selecting "transfarring in" from the PSP game menu imports the game progress back to the PS3.
01:43: Now talking about the HD collections. Each game is rebuilt for the PS3 and 360, not running on an emulator. The games feature a new user interface designed for HD resolutions, redrawn high-res art and trophy/achievement support.
01:45: Kojima talks about how he hopes to integrate transfarring into future games for connectivity between PS3 and NGP.
01:46: Metal Gear Solid HD Collection releasing November 2011. Zone of the Enders HD Collection coming in 2012, with transfarring enabled in the PS3 version.
01:48: Nothing new to announce about Metal Gear Solid Rising for E3 2011. The game is still on schedule for a 2012 release.
01:50: Kojima is working on a new game, but doesn't reveal any specific information about it. Instead, he is talking about the new engine he is developing for it: the Fox Engine. It's a multiplatform engine that will speed up development across Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC.
01:55: Konami says goodbye, but there is one final teaser trailer. A fireball turns in the recognisable "C" for the Contra series, followed by the text "They're coming."
01:58: That concludes Konami's press conference. Thanks for reading!
More from Konami's pre-E3 press conference:
> 'Metal Gear Solid HD' Collection announced
> 'Silent Hill HD Collection' and NGP title revealed
> 'Zone of the Enders HD Collection' revealed