Earlier this fall Bandai Namco released Digimon All-Star Rumble in North America. That's not the game long-time fans wanted. We wanted Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth, the sleek and stylish role-playing game coming to the Japanese Vita in March. Read more...
It's that holly jolly season to spend time with your loved ones, dust off your Christmas tree lights, and reflect on all the great moments you've had in the past year -- especially your greatest gaming moments!
Publisher Bandai Namco has had access to Durante's popular Dark Souls PC mod blocked. Durante had released the mod, called DSFix, back in 2012 in a bid to fix the game's resolution. Eyebrows were raised when Digital Foundry discovered the game's shoddy PC port to be locked at 1024x720, offering no improvement over its console brethren. Show More Summary
Bandai Namco Games America announced today that J-Stars Victory VS+ will launch in Western regions for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation Vita in summer 2015.
Illustrators and other visual artists: want to end your year with a dream and possibly start 2015 with an opportunity? Check out the Outcast Odyssey Card Master Challenge, an art contest by Bandai Namco and DeviantArt.…
Namco Bandai has released this first trailer of Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4. The game will hit PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in 2015.
Well this is one game we never expected to make it outside Japan. Bandai Namco has confirmed crossover fighting game J-STARS Victory VS +, which launched in Japan in March 2014, will launch in Europe during the summer of 2015. That's for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and Vita. Show More Summary
Bandai Namco has revealed a new JoJo game entitled JoJo'sBizarre Adventure: Eyes of Heaven. As reported by Famitsu and Japanese gaming site Game Jouhou (via Siliconera), JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Eyes of Heaven is coming to PS4 and PS3. Show More Summary
It looks like Bandai Namco's other brutally punishing action RPG, Lords of the Fallen, is getting a sequel. The news comes by way of developer CI Games executive producer Tomasz Gop, who confirmed on Facebook (and also to Eurogamer) that development...
Bandai Namco Games is changing its name to reflect the broader scope of operations that the company intends to move its focus to in the near future. Come April 1, 2015 (the start of the new fiscal year), it'll become Bandai Namco Entertainment. The...Show More Summary
- change taking place on April 1st “This change in our name allows us to redefine the scope of our business as lying not solely just within games, but rather more broadly within entertainment as a whole. In doing so, we seek the continued...Show More Summary
Super Smash Bros. Developer: Sora Ltd./Bandai Namco Games Publisher: Nintendo Available on: Nintendo Wii UIn the beginning, Nintendo’s Mario was nameless, a man with no history, purposefully left in harm’s way to amuse an unseen interloper. Show More Summary
It's the first third-party title with Amiibo functionality. Bandai Namco has revealed new information on the use of Amiibo in its upcoming 3DS Ace Combat game. Click here to read the full article
Bandai Namco has signed on as the first third-party publisher to offer amiibo support with its recently launched Nintendo 3DS action game One Piece: Super Grand Battle X. Nintendo Everything (via a Shonen Jump magazine magazine scan captured at Arlo...
Today's selection of articles from Kotaku's reader-run community: Animal Weapons — Video Games vs History • Half-Life 2: Episode 2 — The End? • An Open Letter to Bandai Namco Read more...
Get a better look at the upcoming fighting game from Bandai Namco.
Bandai Namco celebrates two decades of the fighting game franchise.
Ohhh no / They say he's got to go (to PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4) / Go go Godzilla! Bandai Namco has revealed Godzilla, a game where Toho's King of Monsters will crush buildings, puny human weaponry and other kaiju beneath his sizable heel as h...
Last night at The Game Awards Bandai Namco announced its new Godzilla game would be released in the West for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 in the summer of 2015. "Bash your way through over 20 stages of mayhem," reads the breathless blurb. Show More Summary
Each new trailer for Bandai Namco's Godzilla PS3 (and now PS4) game has looked better than the last but I didn't want to get my hopes up knowing it was only confirmed for release in Japan. I mean, I did anyway, but everything's going...Show More Summary