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'Project X Zone 2' Has A Truly Awesome Opening Animation

While a few sites already tried to rip the opening animation from the recently released 3DS games Project X Zone 2, Bandai Namco has finally released the animation in full HD and it is a wondrous thing to behold.

'One Piece: Burning Blood' Update: Bandai Namco Releases Screenshots, New Characters Revealed

Upcoming fighting game "One Piece: Burning Blood" is gathering some attention after Bandai Namco posted some new information and screenshots of the gameplay. According to Design & Trend, the screenshots of the game, which is based on the incredibly popular Japanese anime and manga, revealed the new playable characters that will be added into the game.

Why Afro Samurai 2 Was Pulled From Stores

Versus Evil is a small indie-style publisher who publishes small and quirky games. They attempted to elevate their offerings with Redacted Studios' Afro Samurai 2, a sequel to Bandai Namco's much derided hack-and-slash title. But things didn't go over so well and they had to pull the game due to quality concerns.Click To Continue Reading

PS Vita RPG Ray Gigant heads west next spring

PlayStation Vita dungeon crawler Ray Gigant is coming to North America and Europe next spring. The role-playing game comes from Operation Abyss and Demon Gaze studio Experience, and while it was published by Bandai Namco in Japan, new...Show More Summary

'Tekken 7' News: Arcade Exclusive Game Heading For PS4 And Xbox One, Will Get PlayStation Virtual Reality Support

Fans of the arcade fighting game, "Tekken" were excited to hear that Bandai Namco is finally bringing "Tekken 7" to home gaming systems after all these years. The announcement was made by the game developer/publisher during the recently concluded Paris Games Week. Show More Summary

'Tekken 7' Update: PS4 & Xbox One Release Announced, Game Playable With VR

The release date of fighting game "Tekken 7" isn't specified until now but developer and publisher Bandai Namco Entertainment announced that it will be made available to platforms PS4 and Xbox One. According to Venture Capital Post, producer Katsuhiro Harada revealed the details during the Paris Games Week.

'Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 4' News: Three New DLC Packs Confirmed Ahead of Release Date

Bandai Namco Entertainment has yet to release "Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4," the sixth installment to the hit fighting game series of the same name next year. Meanwhile, latest reports indicate that the studio, CyberConnect2, is planning to roll out a handful of downloadable content packs after the vanilla game hits the shelves.

Yep, Tekken 7 is headed to consoles

[Update: Following Sony's conference, Bandai Namco confirmed the game will release on "home systems." So, Xbox One, too.] Tekken 7 is coming to PlayStation 4. Officially! We heard the news earlier this year in an Unreal Engine sizzle...Show More Summary

PGW: Tekken 7 trailer

At the Sony media briefing, Bandai Namco Games has confirmed Tekken 7 for home systems. New trailer inside.

Tekken 7 Announced for PlayStation VR

How will a traditional fighting game work in a VR environment? Bandai Namco will show us soon.

New Sword Art Online: Lost Song Trailer Released

Bandai Namco have sent us over a brand new trailer for Sword Art Online: Lost Song. They have also revealed some exciting new offers when purchasing the game. If you currently own Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment on the PS4, you can purchase Lost Song for a significant discount. Show More Summary

Release Date Of 'Tekken 7' For Consoles Not Announced As Unconfirmed Rumors Cause Confusion

Over the past week, there were many reports concerning the release date of "Tekken 7" as being next year, 2016, based on a comment by Bandai Namco's Marketing Manager in Spain, David Fraile. However, on Twitter, Tekken game designer Michael Murray said that Fraile's comment has been taken out of context. Does this mean "Tekken 7" will not come out for consoles in 2016?

Dark Souls III new screens

Bandai Namco Games has shared these new screenshots of Dark Souls III which is set to release i April 2016.

'Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth' Release Date Announced, Pre-Order Bonuses Detailed

Good news for everyone who has been waiting for the arrival of the video game "Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth." Publisher Bandai Namco has already announced the release date of the game. According to International Business Times, the game will be made available in North America and South America on Feb. 2 for the PlayStation 4 and the PS Vita.

Bandai Namco's Rise Of The Incarnates Is Already Shutting Down

Bandai Namco today announced that it will soon be closing the servers to Rise of the Incarnates, its free-to-play online battle game. What makes this news so shocking is that the game only went live a few months ago.Click To Continue Reading

Servers for Namco’s F2P fighter Rise of the Incarnates will close in December

Namco Bandai has announced its free-to-play online fighting game Rise of the Incarnates will no longer be available for sale from today. The company has also announced it will shut the servers off in mid-December. Rise of Incarnates is a 2v2 fighter set in 3D renditions of real-world landscapes. It was announced in April of […]

Rise of Incarnates shutting down in December 2015

Bandai Namco is pulling the plug on its free-to-play 2v2 online arena multiplayer game, Rise of Incarnates. Rise of the Incarnates will officially be taken offline on December 15, with many of its items available at a reduced price starting today. “We must regretfully inform all users of the closure of "RISE OF INCARNATES,” the notice says. Show More Summary

Rise of Incarnates shutting down only months after launch

Free-to-play PC fighter Rise of Incarnates is being closed down by publisher Bandai Namco after just three months of general release. The two-versus-two brawler will be removed from sale today, a post on the game's Steam page states....Show More Summary

Live Action ‘Tiger & Bunny’ Coming From Imagine And Anew

Ron Howard is getting into the superhero game, as Imagine Entertainment is partnering with All Nippon Entertainment Works and Namco Bandai on a live action, English-language remake of Namco Bandai’s popular anime series Tiger & Bunny. Show More Summary

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