There were rumors earlier in the weak that the Wii U version of Project Cars may not be seeing release in Australia, however Bandai Namco games have confirmed to Vooks that the game is still set to launch in Australia, though no release date is known at this time. Other versions of the game are still set to launch in November. Link Source: Vooks
We aren't quite sure on the name yet, but we'll be sure to update with that info once we have it squared away. Thanks to Maru for the heads up!
- coming from Bandai Namco - “real idol adventure” - features 365 “ultra-realistic” idol days - goal is to be a top live performer, actress and model - schedule your lessons and work - take part in posing and photo-shoots - debuts from...Show More Summary
Bandai Namco – yes, it's Bandai Namco now and not Namco Bandai – has soft-launched a free-to-play card-battler called Outcast Odyssey. Available now in New Zealand, this combines card collection & battling with a tile-based exploration system. The game follows much of the standard trappings of free card battlers: there's the lengthy hands-on tutorial, before
We knew that Shadow Warrior was coming to the PS4 and Xbox One this fall, but now we have a solid date of September 26. Devolver Digital is releasing the game in conjunction with Bandai Namco Europe, which will have "high quality reshaped...Show More Summary
Bandai Namco confirmed it's bringing Shadow Warrior to PS4 and Xbox One in Europe on September 26. Majesco's not yet announced a US date beyond "late September," but GameStop's listing of September 23 tallies with the typical three-day gap between...
Will include a new arena mode, fresh campaign content and exclusive weapons. Bandai Namco Games Europe and Devolver Digital will release the console versions of 2013's Shadow Warrior reboot on September 26, 2014. Click here to read the full article
We don't have official word from Bandai Namco, but we're trying to get one right now. Current listings for Project CARS in Australia seem to exclude the Wii U version. That includes all retail listings and even the official Bandai Namco hub page for the game. Hopefully this isn't the case, but Bandai Namco's previous actions in Australia would seem to indicate otherwise. Link
Bandai Namco will begin a closed beta period next Friday for Rise of Incarnates, the two-on-two fighting game from the Tekken and Soul Calibur creators. Those in Europe and Australasia can get in the testing phase by signing up on the game's official...
Over at San Diego Comic Con, Bandai Namco announced two new games for iOS: PAC-MAN Championship Edition DX, a sequel to Championship Edition, and PAC-MAN Friends, a new original game for the platform. PAC-MAN Friends will challenge players...Show More Summary
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Full-length version was shown at San Diego Comic-Con 2014. Bandai Namco has released the Tekken 7 extended announcement trailer.Click here to read the full article
Remember Tekken X Street Fighter, Bandai Namco's crossover fighter that was announced in 2010? Tekken series producer Katsuhiro Harada sure does, because it's still in development! Also, because he's probably bombarded with questions from fans...
Tekken X Street Fighter is still a thing that's happening, according to statements issued by Bandai Namco producer Katsuhiro Harada at this weekend's San Diego Comic-Con. The crossover fighting game is "still in development and it'sShow More Summary
Bandai Namco games have pulled the curtain back a bit further on their latest game, Rise of the Incarnates, a free-to-play brawler that now has a closed beta scheduled for Aug. 8 through Aug. 17. And, wouldn't you know it, we just so happen to have all of the details on how you can get involved.Click To Continue Reading
For anyone that missed Bandai Namco's Fighting Game panel at this year's San Diego Comic-Con.. have no fear! Below, you'll find the extended cut Tekken 7 project trailer that was shown at today's panel, which featured "Tekken" series Game Director and Chief Producer Katsuhiro Harada. The game is powered by the award-winning Unreal Engine 4.
Out this Fall is a new kind of card battle game: Outcast Odyssey. From This Means WAR! developer Magic Pixel Games, and Bandai Namco, you’ll be able to explore and discover new worlds, fight various foes, and take on a number of quests. Show More Summary
Showing up as a playable character in the upcoming Super Smash Bros. game apparently isn’t enough for Pac-Man: Bandai Namco announced today at San Diego Comic Con that the arcade character will be showing up …
Lords of the Fallen new trailer exposes the character's sins which lead to all those tattoos. Bandai Namco also announced a Limited Edition that contains a weapons pack and the Monk's Decipher DLC. The game will hit store shelves on October 18th.
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