Konami announced that its fiscal year, ending March 31, 2013, ended on a loss compared to last year in digital entertainment, but growth in social gaming.
The company ended with $2.4 billion in revenue, down 15 percent from last year, while net income ended at $140 million.
The digital entertainment division saw a 17.1 percent decline from last year, and the pachinko division fell 70 percent. However, social media games helped the company over in Japan, with more than 35 million players registered worldwide.
Both Pro Evolution Soccer 2013 and Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance had strong worldwide performance.