Bandai Namco

Earlier this year, Tarsier Studios and Bandai Namco released the first part of its Little Nightmares: Secrets of the Maw expansion pass with a parallel storyline to the critically-acclaimed 2.5D horror platformer Little Nightmares. That DLC, titled The Depths, introduced our new protagonist, The Runaway Kid, and today his story continues in The Hideaway. The Hideaway is the second piece
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Today Bandai Namco Entertainment released a new trailer of the upcoming anime-inspired samurai action game Gintama Rumble. The trailer is very brief, closer to a TV-commercial-like format with only fifteen seconds of footage, but they’re enough to show two more characters. We get to see Kamakko club owner Tokumori Saigou and former Yakuza leader Jirochou
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All weekend long you’ll be able to buy a slew of titles from the popular Tales series at discounted prices, and that’s not all, some plushy mascot characters are also included in the sale. Even better, some games are dipping as much as 60% off. There’s a slew of great games from the series included like Tales of Berseria, Zestiria, Symphonia, and
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Bandai Namco Entertainment has been releasing on Twitter screenshots and artwork of its upcoming Musou-style samurai action game Gintama Rumble. The screenshots showcase familiar characters from the anime, that will also be present in the game. We see Tsukiyo, Kamui, Shinsuke Takasugi and Kotaro Katsura. On top of the screenshots, we also get some lovely
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Bandai Namco announced that their Digimon RPG, Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth Hacker’s Memory, will launch for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita in North America and Europe on January 19, 2018. Along with the launch date announcement, Bandai Namco revealed some incentives for pre-ordering Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth Hacker’s Memory through select retailers and the PlayStation Store, including: Digimon:
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Today Bandai Namco Entertainment released a new commercial of the upcoming samurai fighting action game Gintama Rumble (Gintama Ranbu in Japanese). The commercial reveals a look at quite a few familiar characters of the series, including Tsukiyo, Housen and Kamui. We also get to see Kagura in her awakened state. We also get a small sample of the
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Today, during a livetsream hosted by the Japanese magazine Dengeki PlayStation, Bandai Namco Producer Yosuke Futami introduced quite a few new images and footage of the upcoming game Little Witch Academia: Chamber of Time. First of all, we get some sketches and the newly revealed character model of a new NPC designed by the fans, followed by
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If you’re still a fan of collecting physical media, the Japanese box art for Bandai Namco and Arc System Works’ upcoming fighting game Dragon Ball FighterZ has been revealed. A new scan from V-Jump, translated by the folks at ShonenGames, shows some new story content as well as the game’s official box art. Technically the artwork has only
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In an exclusive interview with Game Informer, two of the producers behind classic Dragon Ball titles such as Budokai Tenkaichi and Xenoverse sat down to talk about constantly adapting the world of the anime and manga into video games. In the video, producers Ryo Mito and Masayuki Hirano discuss the process of choosing a studio to develop new games for the series,
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Today Bandai Namco Entertainment released the first gameplay trailer of its upcoming anime-inspired action game Gintama Ranbu. The trailer finally shows how the game will play, and it’s like many imagine, a Musou/Warriors-style game, or if we want to use a Bandai Namco equivalent, it’s like the recent One Piece console games, with our protagonists
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Today Bandai Namco Entertainment Europe announced the release date of the .hack//G.U. remaster .hack//G.U. Last Recode in the old continent. The game will launch in Europe on November 3rd, which is exactly the same date as the previously-announced North American release. The publisher also released a trailer showcasing the history of the franchise, and a
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Today, Bandai Namco revealed via its first quarter results for fiscal 2017 that the relatively newly released Tekken 7 has already sold 1.66 million copies, putting it in a great position to hit its 2.1 million copies sold by the end of the year expectations Bandai Namco has placed on it. Notable, Bandai Namco notes
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