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Project Cars was delayed until March 2015


Bandai Namco announced that their upcoming racing game, Project Cars, was delayed so that the developer, Slightly Mad Studios can polish it and because of the high competition they have for the holiday season. There was no shortage of delayed games this autumn. After Batman: Arkham Knight, The Witcher 3, Dying Light or the PC version of GTA V, Project ...

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Bandai Namco launches PS3 exclusive Dragonball Xenoverse Beta test


Bandai Namco announced last month that the Beta phase for Dragonball Xenoverse was not far away and that we should hear an announcement regarding the matter pretty soon. Well, today the Beta was announced, but not everybody will be happy about it. Apparently the company decided to make the test exclusive to the PS3 so you wont be able to take ...

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Tekken creators announce Pokken Tournament fighting game


Pokken Tournament is an upcoming fighting game that takes our favorite pocket monsters and pits them against each other without the supervision of a trainer. This new project is a collaboration between Nintendo and Bandai Namco, the company behind titles such as Dark Souls, Demon Souls and the upcoming Lords of the Fallen. However, the publisher has a plethora of ...

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Dragon Ball Xenoverse confirmed to feature character creation


Remember the mysterious red-haired warrior we’ve been teased with ever since Dragon Ball Xenoverse was first announced? Well, it turns out this new fighter will be you, the player, just as many have assumed. Bandai Namco confirmed this earlier along with more interesting details regarding the upcoming game. But you don’t necessarily have to look like that as the game features ...

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Namco Bandai, Slightly Mad Studios partner for Project Cars launch


Project CARS is set to be released on the latest generation of consoles in November 2014 thanks to a worldwide distribution agreement between publisher Bandai Namco and Slightly Mad Studios. The racing simulator has gotten quite a lot of attention for its stunning visuals and the developer’s DIY approach to crowdfunding through WMD – World of Mass Development – which ...

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