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Namco Bandai Plans Buyout Of D3 [Namco Bandai]

First Square Enix announces its bid for Eidos, and now Namco Bandai reveals its intentions to purchase Japanese publisher D3, the parent company of Puzzle Quest's D3 Publisher. According to a press release issued today by Namco Bandai, the company seeks to turn D3 into a full subsidiary, with agreements already having been reached with various shareholders to purchase a 70% interest in the smaller company and an eye on obtaining the full 100%.
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