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Bless Unleashed Debut Trailer Released

Bless Unleashed debut trailer

Bandai Namco announced recently that Bless Online would be coming to consoles in the form of Bless Unleashed, and now the game’s debut trailer has been released. The company along with Neowiz and Round 8 Studio released the first official trailer, which you can check out at the bottom of this post. The following is a breakdown of the key ...

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Resident Evil: Biohazard Expansion

Banned Footage Vol1

Resident Evil: Biohazard has been out a week now and it has had a very positive reception. With a score of 86 on Metacritic its fair to say the Resident Evil Franchise has made a return to form. Now just a week after the game released Playstation 4 players can download the first expansion to the game “Banned Footage Vol.1”. ...

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Dragonball Xenoverse 2 First DLC Pack

Dragonball Xenoverse 2 First DLC Pack

Dragonball Xenoverse 2 is the latest fighting RPG from Dimps and Bandai Namco. Released on October 25th the game was pretty well received with a meta-score of 72 and user score of 7.8 on Metacritic. Earlier today I found out Bandai Namco has announced their first DLC pack for DragonBall Xenoverse 2 along with free update for all players. The ...

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Dragon Ball Xenoverse has revitalized Dragon Ball games

Dragon Ball Xenoverse

Dragon Ball Z has quite a history when it comes to video games, the simple yet engaging combat of the Budokai, the portable RPG goodness of The Legacy of Goku, or the chaotic fun of Budokai Tenkaichi. But things had been pretty miserable when it comes to Dragon Ball games after the Budokai Tenkaichi series ended back in 2007, and ...

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Tekken is due to burn up screens once more

tekken 7 analisys

The groundbreaking albeit slightly sexist, over-exaggerated, and sinister fighting video game possibly in all of time, Tekken 7, is back on screens in early 2017 on the Playstation 4, Xbox One, and PC. The Tekken series has a long history with the first game’s release date dating back to 1994. Bandai Namco Studios initially released it as an arcade game ...

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Dark Souls 3?

Dark Souls 3 rumour

If you’re familiar with the Dark Souls franchise then you know that these games are typically quite slow in releasing. Dark Souls came out in 2011, and Dark Souls 2 came out in 2014. That’s a solid three year gap between iterations. But, the first official trailer for Dark Souls 2 came out way back when in 2012, only a ...

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Project X Zone 2 Announced for Nintendo 3DS

Project X-Zone

Back in 2013, Bandai Namco released Project X Zone on the 3DS. The RPG brought together characters from Capcom, Bandai Namco, and SEGA into one game. The title was well received amongst gamers.  Project X Zone sold over 400,000 copies. Bandai Namco has officially announced that Project X Zone 2 is coming to Nintendo 3DS. The tactical RPG title is being ...

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Project CARS release is delayed again as Slightly Mad irons last problems out

Project Cars Logo

Project CARS, Bandai Namco and Slightly Mad Studios upcoming racing title, will no longer be released on the 17th of March as previously planned. The two companies have announced today that the title requires some last minute tweaking. Slightly mad Studios were forced to move the release date back in order to make some final adjustments to the game and provide ...

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Is Bandai Namco Releasing Tales of Zestiria Through Steam?

Tales of Zestiria PC

Pointed out by an observant NeoGAF user, the latest installment in Bandai Namco’s long-running series of JRPGs Tales of Zestiria briefly appeared in the Steam database. The listing was then quickly changed to simply “TOZ,” but the original listing was caught by Google Cache. It seems that Bandai Namco will be bringing their fifteenth installment of the Tales series to ...

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Bandai Namco Trademarks Could Hint to Western Localizations

Sword-Art-Online-Lost-Song-Namco-Bandai

Recently, Bandai Namco filed trademarks for “Long Song” and “Lost Reavers” in both the United States and Europe as well as “Eyes of Heaven” and “Cinderella Girls” in Europe only. Reported by Gematsu, these trademarks are the most compelling proof yet that Western localizations are coming for a variety of anticipated games currently only scheduled for release in Japan and Asia ...

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