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  • Blog Post: Check Out Tales Of Zestiria's Japanese TV Spot

    We may have only recently received Tales of Xillia 2 , but Japan is preparing for the launch of the latest Tales game, Zestiria, and you can check out a new video for the game before its January release. The game's Japanese release date was recently revealed to be January 22 on PlayStation 3. As... More
  • Blog Post: The Finish Line Is In Sight For Project Cars

    Slightly Mad Studios has announced the release date for its community-assisted racing sim. Racing fans can pick up the game on November 18 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. The developer says that the Wii U version is still on track and will release sometime in 2015. Project Cars was originally slated... More
  • Blog Post: God Eater Series Makes Console Debut with Rage Burst

    Bandai Namco used its stage time at Sony's pre-TGS media briefing to reveal that its highly regarded monster hunting series is making the leap to consoles. The God Eater series cut its reputation as a Monster Hunter style game with more of an emphasis on narrative on PSP and Vita. The new entry,... More
  • Blog Post: Bandai Namco Producer Promises More Than Just Fighting Types For Pokkén

    Confirming our assumptions, the Bandai Namco Pokémon fighting game will definitely feature more than just fighting type Pokémon. Guys, Don't worry about that. It's not only Fighting-type RT @Joshawott Will Pokkén Tournament's cast be limited to Fighting-type Pokémon... More
  • Blog Post: Pokkén Tournament Is A Pokémon Fighting Game For Japanese Arcades

    This morning, The Pokémon Company announced a partnership with Bandai Namco on a new project. Pokken Fighters is a Pokémon fighting game that will be released in 2015. The first look showed two Pokémon duking it out hand-to hand. The title is slated for arcades in Japan, and the... More
  • Blog Post: New Project Cars Trailer & Pre-Order Info

    Project Cars developer Slightly Mad Studios has announced the pre-order bonus for the game at participating retailers. Put some early money down on the game and you'll get three high-end rides in the Modified Car Pack. No word if the pack will later come out as paid DLC. Here's what the Modified... More
  • Blog Post: Extended Tekken 7 Trailer Reignites Mishima Feud

    After 20 years of bad blood, Heihachi and Kazuya Mishima might finally bury the axe in the next installment of Tekken. Shown today at the Bandai Namco Fighting Game panel at San Diego Comic-Con, the extended cut of the Tekken 7 announcement trailer promises to be the conclusion of the Mishima saga. Though... More
  • Blog Post: Dark Souls II Producer Spills Details On Spilling Blood In Lost Crowns DLC

    In an interview with Bandai Namco, Dark Souls II producer Atsuo Yoshimora revealed some new details about the Lost Crowns Trilogy downloadable content coming for Dark Souls II. He discusses the development team's desire to bring a complete experience to fans through three separate chapters, as well... More
  • Blog Post: Dark Souls II DLC Trilogy Will Kill You All Over Again Starting In July

    Bandai Namco announced a trilogy of Dark Souls II DLC today. The Lost Crowns DLC will be available on PSN, Xbox Live, and Steam and will include three chapters, starting with Crown of the Sunken King, available for $9.99 on July 22, followed by Crown of the Old Iron King on August 26, and Crown of the... More
  • Blog Post: Games With Gold Gives Away Dark Souls, Expands To Xbox One

    Next month's free Games with Gold titles are headlined by From Software's harrowing action/RPG Dark Souls. For Xbox 360 owners, June's free Games with Gold titles are the aforementioned Dark Souls, Ska Studio's quirky brawler Charlie Murder, and the excellent Street Fighter IV: Arcade... More
  • Blog Post: Duo Of Sword Art Online Games Coming To North America

    Bandai Namco has announced that two games based on the Sword Art Online anime series will be coming to North America. The bundle includes the Vita title Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment and an HD update of an older title, Sword Art Online: Infinity Moment, which was originally released for PSP. Sword... More
  • Blog Post: Bandai Namco Aware Of Dark Souls II PC Problems

    Dark Souls II is finally out on PC, but some users are reporting that are some problems praising the sun. Bandai Namco is aware and addressing the issues, though. “We are aware of an issue some Dark Souls II PC players are having with the game upon start-up,” says a post on the game’s... More
  • Blog Post: Server Issues Lead To SoulCalibur: Lost Swords ‘Delay’

    Bandai Namco has acknowledged ongoing problems with its new PlayStation 3 free-to-play fighter, SoulCalibur: Lost Swords. Users have reported significant issues connecting to the game, preventing them from playing game, which is single-player only. There is a social aspect to the title that allows players... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] Bandai Namco Says Soulcalibur Unbreakable Soul Trailers Are Fake

    Update: A Bandai Namco representative has responded saying that the bizarre trailers below are unofficial fakes. Original story: Today Bandai Namco announced a new game by Project Soul in the Soulcalibur fighting game series coming for consoles and mobile devices. The confusingly vague trailer "shows... More
  • Blog Post: Bandai Namco Bringing Tales Of Hearts R To The West

    In an errantly posted video message today, Tales series director Hideo Baba confirmed that another game in the series will be coming to Europe and North America. Tales of Hearts R will be localized for release this winter. The video in question was removed from the official Bandai Namco YouTube channel... More
  • Blog Post: What Dark Souls II Enemy Have Players Killed The Most?

    If you answered "Stray Hound," reward yourself with a cookie and a pat on the back. As of this writing, PlayStation 3 players have killed 78,396,878 of these easy foes, whereas Xbox 360 players have only felled 32,200,775 of them. This data comes from a new "Enemy" portal added to... More
  • Blog Post: Dark Souls II Patch Hits Tomorrow, Here's What Is Changing

    Judging by the amount of email I get requesting Dark Souls II tips, many of you are still working your way through this world of pain and death. The experience could change slightly tomorrow, when From Software drops patch 1.03 for both PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. Most of the patch addresses stability... More
  • Blog Post: Dark Souls II Goes With Jethro Tull For Launch Trailer

    You know a series has permeated the gamer collective consciousness when it can shrug off gravitas in favor of good ol’ rock and roll. Dark Souls II is out today, and its launch trailer features swagger that masks the impending death of each one of the game’s players. Set to "Locomotive... More
  • Blog Post: Learn How To Play Dark Souls II In 40 Minutes

    Bandai Namco and From Software have put together an extensive tutorial for new Dark Souls players and returning veterans. The 40-minute video covers series basics, like how death is handled and how different stats affect a player’s abilities in combat. As is tradition for the franchise, starting... More
  • Blog Post: Dark Souls II PC Release Date Confirmed For Late April

    The good news is that Dark Souls II has a release date on PC. The bad news is that those of you hoping to play on that platform will be waiting an additional six and a half weeks. Bandai Namco has locked in the PC version of Dark Souls II for April 25. According to the game’s Facebook page, From... More
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