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Bandai Namco Held A 'Dark Souls 3' Preview Event In A California Castle

'Dark Souls III' held its first major preview event in a lavish castle in California wine country.

Bandai Namco Trying to Boost 'TEKKEN Card Tournament' Revenue By Using Physical Cards

TEKKEN Card Tournament [Free] was Bandai Namco's attempt to rethink the TEKKEN fighting games by turning the action fighting games into a card fighting game. Although not too many people talk about the game currently, it actually has great reviews on the App Store, so Bandai Namco's attempt was apparently well-executed. By making the game F2P with IAPs, Bandai Namco

This Dragon Ball Z scouter reads power levels over 9000

Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F’ is out stateside; it’s nuts. Dragon Ball Super is out in Japan (and seems to have some animation problems). We keep getting DBZ games from Bandai Namco every […]

Outrun the Glitch and avoid ghosts in Pac-Man 256 endless runner

Bandai Namco's new game Pac-Man 256 is a highly addictive maze where you help Pac-Man avoid ghosts and outrun the glitch.

Professional Farmer 2016 is Coming on October 30th

Get ready to plough, chop and sell as Bandai Namco have today announced the release dates for Professional Farmer 2016 and Professional Lumberjack 2016. Official descriptions for both are as follows: Professional Farmer 2016 will take players to the countryside in one of the most realistic and authentic farming simulations ever made. Show More Summary

'Pac-Man' embraces mobile with an endless running game

Pac-Man is no stranger to the mobile world, but most of his games are just the classic maze runner scaled down to phone size. Wouldn't it be nice if the yellow chomper got a game that's actually meant for small screens? Bandai Namco agrees. Show More Summary

Pac-Man 256 has just one insane, endless map

Bandai Namco’s beloved Pac-Man arcade game turned 35 earlier this year, and the company celebrated the occasion with a revamp of the original title on iOS — but it’s only with the recent release of Pac-Man 256 that the title has truly come of age. Show More Summary

Pokken Tournament Coming To Wii U Next Spring

Nintendo still has some gas left to burn in the tank of the Wii U. The console may be down but it's not out... yet. The Big 'N' announced along with Bandai Namco Games, that Pokken Tournament, the 3D fighting game, will arrive worldwide on the Wii U in the spring of 2016.Click To Continue Reading

Pokken Tournament Bringing Pokemon Fighting to Wii U in 2016

Nintendo and Bandai Namco Games have announced Pokken Tournament, their Tekken-style Pokemon brawler, will be hitting the Wii U worldwide next spring. To properly kickoff the opening events of the 2015 Pokemon World Championships, The...Show More Summary

'Pokkén Tournament' To Be Released On Wii U Next Year

In a move not all that surprising and actually somewhat inevitable, the Bandai Namco developed Pokkén Tournament will be coming to Wii U early next year.

Pokémon fighter Pokkén Tournament lands on Wii U in spring 2016

Arcade Pokémon fighter Pokkén Tournament will launch for Wii U worldwide in spring 2016. Developed in collaboration with Bandai Namco, Pokkén Tournament has so far only been playable in a selection of Japanese arcades. As for how it plays, think more like Tekken than Pokémon Stadium. Read more…

'Digimon World: Next Order' News, Update: Bandai Namco Showcases New High Resolution Screenshots of the Game

"Digimon World: Next Order," Bandai Namco's latest and upcoming JPRG, has finally got its first set of teasers in the form of non-watermarked, high-resolution screenshots.

'Dragon Ball Xenoverse' To Host World Tournaments

Since the launch of Dragon Ball Xenoverse in the West back in February, Bandai Namco has been supporting the game quite nicely and also recently activated a new World Tournaments mode to allow players to fight one another.

PAC-MAN 256 is an endless runner from the guys that brought you Crossy Road

Fresh out the Google Play Store, Bandai Namco and Hipster Whale — the folks that brought your Crossy Road — have finally released their latest creation to the Google Play Store: PAC-MAN 256. We told you guys about the game back in May when the trailer was first uploaded to the YouTubes. The game joins...

Pac-Man 256 is a blocky and nostalgic endless runner that’s now available on Android

Popular game developer Bandai Namco has teamed up with Hipster Whale, the creators of the hit game Crossy Road, to bring a new Pac-Man-themed endless runner to Android.

Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment Review

After hitting the PlayStation Vita at the back end of last year, Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment makes its way to the PlayStation 4. With some tweaked graphics, translations and a host of previously released DLC, Bandai Namco’s RPG offers a great deal but falls short in a few areas that could have set it apart. Show More Summary

Attractio Hands-On Impressions: Thinking With Puzzle Boxes

Developed by GameCoder Studios, an independent studio base out of Mexico, and published by Bandai Namco, Attractio challenges players with mind bending puzzles and malleable physics. Inspired by games like Portal, players are put inShow More Summary

Sword Art Online: Lost Song Will Be Released November 13th

We now have an official release date for Sword Art Online: Lost Song, confirmed today by the folks at Bandai Namco. Exclusive to the PlayStation 4 via the PlayStation Network, Sword Art Online: Lost Song will be released on November 13th with a Japanese Voiceover and EFIGS subtitles. Show More Summary

The Farm 51’s shooter Get Even is out next year with Namco Bandai as publisher

We’ve heard little to nothing about The Farm 51’s current-gen shooter since last year, but rest assured: it’s still in the works. Namco Bandai announced today it will publish the psychological thriller, and that it will be released sometime next year. “We are very proud to be collaborating with The Farm 51 on this promising […]

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