The sixth generation of consoles (PS2, Gamecube, Xbox) was great for reasons that went beyond heightened processing power and more expansive software. Developers were more comfortable in sending over localized … Continue reading Two Taiko Adventures to be Localized for Switch in Time for the Holiday Season
While the arcade scene in North America fizzled out in the late 90’s thanks to advancements on both the home console and PC front, it has continued to live … Continue reading Maxiboost On Battles It’s Way to Western Shores Next Week
If you’re still looking to round out your collection of anime adaptations for your Switch before May closes out, you’re in luck. Earlier this month, Bandai Namco kicked off a … Continue reading Save on Bandai Namco’s Latest and Greatest (as well as a classic)
Far too often, many great video games don’t make it across the ocean for one reason or another. Fortunately, Bandai Namco has decided that Captain Tsubasa: Rise Of New Champions won’t … Continue reading The New Captain Tsubasa Game will Debut!
Akira Toriyama’s legendary Dragon Ball franchise is no stranger to licensed video games, which have been produced since the days of leg warmers and video rental stores. They’ve encompassed several genres, including … Continue reading Open-World Epic Dragon Ball Z Kakarot Launches Next Week
2019 might be coming to a close, but Bandai Namco (as always) is already looking to TKO the wallets of otakus everywhere. Here are the punches they plan on pulling … Continue reading Bandai Namco’s Hot 2020 Anime Lineup
Bandai Namco Studios has announced 17th entry in Japan’s beloved “Tales Of” series will be arriving on the Playstation 4, Xbox One and Windows under the title “Tales of … Continue reading New Tales Series for 2020 Release uses Unreal Engine
Bandai Namco is gearing up just in time for Black Friday. You don’t have to enter a store either if you don’t support companies making people work on these days … Continue reading Bandai Namco Black Friday