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'Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle' Review - A Fairly Tame Game, but Good Fan Service

This puzzle/adventure game from Bandai Namco is far from innovative but attaching average game play to a beloved franchise is a sure way to climb the charts. In Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle [Free], you play as an unnamed fighter working to avert the disaster of an "expanding dimensional distortion." Trunks and King Kai direct you

Pac-Man Championship Edition DX munches onto mobile devices today

Bandai Namco continues to celebrate Pac-Man's 35th anniversary with new ways to consume him. The latest sees the re-imagined classic game, Pac-Man Championship Edition DX, make its debut on mobile devices. The game will include the five modes, ten zone layouts, and 132 stages that are featured in the console version. Show More Summary

The Previously Free to Play 'Pac-Man Championship Edition DX' is Now Available for $4.99 with No IAP

It's been almost a year now since Bandai Namco soft-launched a free to play version of the updated take on their classic Pac-Man franchise Pac-Man Championship Edition DX [$4.99], but at long last the game has finally gone worldwide as of earlier today. What took so long? Well, the version that soft-launched last year was

Godzilla: The Game Cheats

Looking for Godzilla: The Game cheats on PS3 & PS4? Here we’ll list Godzilla: The Game cheat codes and unlockables with tips for Bandai Namco Games’ new action-adventure fighting game. Here we will show you how to unlock all Godzilla: The Game codes with a cheats list that’s valid for the PS4 & PS3 versions....

Bandai Namco releases Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle to the Play Store for all to download

Bandai Namco has finally released Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle, its most recent action game in the DBZ franchise, to the Google Play Store.

Tekken X Street Fighter Has Not Been Cancelled

A few years ago, the folks at Capcom released Street Fighter X Tekken which was basically an arcade-style fighting game where there were characters from both the Street Fighter and Tekken franchise. Now the folks at Namco Bandai were...Show More Summary

Tekken X Street Fighter Isn't Cancelled

Katsuhiro Harada has been silent for a long time on the development regarding Tekken X Street Fighter, Bandai Namco's take on the crossover fighting game where Tekken fighters go head-to-head with Street Fighter characters. However, the famed fighting game producer has finally broken his silence regarding the branded crossover title.Click To Continue Reading

Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 Japan Expo 2015 Trailer

At Japan Expo 2015 in Paris, France, developer CyberConnect2 & publisher Namco Bandai Games have revealed the latest Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 trailer with brand new gameplay showing the heroes and villains facing off against each other, as seen in the last chapters of the manga and upcoming anime episodes. Watch the Naruto...

PIXELS Defense: protect your city from 8-bit classic video game characters

The movie Pixels is set to be released this month. With all the hype building up, Bandai Namco wants to make sure you are not left stranded until the film's launch.

Tekken 7 public arcade test locations announced

July is a big month for fighting games, with EVO 2015 set to start in just 10 days. Among the games on the docket is Tekken 7, a game that has yet to make its way to North American shores. However, Bandai Namco is now looking to offer...Show More Summary

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth is coming NorthAmerica on PS4 and PS Vita

Bandai Namco reveals when North American fans can delve into the latest Digimon game.

Bandai Namco delays Project X Zone 2 until 2016

Project X Zone 2 has been pushed back to early 2016. The upcoming tactical role-playing game, which features a myriad of iconic characters from Bandai Namco, Capcom, and Sega, was previously announced for an autumn release in the West. Meanwhile...Show More Summary

Project X Zone 2 UK release date kicked into 2016

Namco Bandai, Capcom, and Sega crossover fighter sequel Project X Zone 2 has been delayed to 2016. That's for the game's release in both Europe and North America. It was previously scheduled to arrive here in the autumn. Japanese gamers will still get the title on time, this year. Read more…

F1 2015 ‘Features’ Gameplay Trailer

Bandai Namco have today sent us over a brand new trailer for F1’s introduction to next-gen, F1 2015. The new trailer shows off the features in the game, including the all-new Championship Season is the central game mode in F1 2015, which...Show More Summary

Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 Collector’s Edition Announced

Bandai Namco have today unveiled the pre-order bonuses and collector’s edition for Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4. Those who pre-order the game will get items such as more playable characters and also some new character skins. Show More Summary

'Tekken 7' News: Big Announcement Coming July 7

To commemorate the game's 20th anniversary, the "Tekken" franchise is announcing something major on July 7, Tuesday, for its latest game in the series, "Tekken 7." Bandai Namco, the game's publisher took to Twitter recently to tease that something big is happening. Show More Summary

Disney Magical World 2 is coming to the 3DS in Japan

Disney Magical World was released in the west last year, and it was a decent entry-level Animal Crossing game that resonated with a younger audience. Bandai Namco has just announced a full sequel, which is titled Disney Magical Castle...Show More Summary

J-Stars Victory VS+ Launch Trailer

Bandai Namco have sent us over the launch trailer for J-Stars Victory VS+. The launch trailer coincides with the game’s release, which is available now for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and PS Vita. Herve Hoerdt, Vice President of...Show More Summary

'Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden' To Get Western Release In October

With the Japanese release of Extreme Butoden earlier this month, Bandai Namco have followed up with news that the 3DS game will indeed be coming West this October.

Dragon Ball Z Extreme Butoden US Release Confirmed

Dragon Ball Z will be heading to Nintendo 3DS in the United States on October 20. The announcement came today after Bandai Namco, a video game publisher, said that Dragon Ball Z will be released in Europe, Middle-East and Australasia on October 16. Show More Summary

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