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  • Blog Post: New Gruesome Dark Souls II Artbook Available Now

    Publisher Udon Entertainment released the art compendium Dark Souls II: Design Works today. The hardcover book contains over 200 pages delving into the dark, moody world of From Software’s hit action-RPG. Dark Souls II: Design Works features character, world, enemy, weapon, and equipment artwork... More
  • Blog Post: Katamari Clicker Game Coming To iOS & Android

    The Katamari series is returning, but perhaps not in the way that you were expecting. Tap My Katamari is the new clicker mobile title coming to iOS and Android. Ludophiles has posted a trailer for the game from the Jump Festa 2016 expo in Japan. According to the trailer, the game is "coming soon... More
  • Blog Post: Fated Retribution Trailer Shows Street Fighter's Akuma's Place In The Tekken 7 Storyline

    Tekken 7 has been available in Japanese arcades for some time, but Bandai Namco recently announced a follow-up called Fated Retribution featuring Street Fighter's Akuma as a guest fighter. The game is more or less an expansion to Tekken 7, which has been a common trend for the arcade Tekken fighters... More
  • Blog Post: Dave & Buster's Arcade Chain Considering Bringing Pokkén Tournament To North America

    Pokkén Tournament, the Pokémon/Tekken hybrid arcade game, may be heading to North America by way of Dave & Busters. In a reddit AMA with Kevin Bachus, Dave & Buster's senior vice president of entertainment & game strategy, he remarked on the possibility of bringing the game... More
  • Blog Post: Dark Souls Franchise Ships Over 8.5 Million Copies Worldwide

    During a From Software presentation in Japan, the company has announced the great success of the Dark Souls Action/RPG series across the globe. Adding up the shipment numbers worldwide for Dark Souls (2,828,000), Dark Souls with Artorias of the Abyss (2,765,000), Dark Souls 2 (2,311,000), and Dark Souls... More
  • Blog Post: Bandai Namco Detours Ride, Now Coming In June

    Bandai Namco has announced a delay for its upcoming motorcycle racer, Ride . The game has been bumped from its May 19 release to give the team another month to work on it. Developer Milestone s.r.l. says the game is now coming on June 23. Retail and digital releases is planned for Xbox One and PlayStation... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] Dragon Ball Xenoverse Gets 2nd GT DLC Pack

    Update: Bandai Namco has confirmed that the DLC packs for Dragon Ball Xenoverse cost $9.99 each, or $24.99 for the season pass that includes all three. Original Story: On April 14, Dragon Ball Xenoverse is going to get its second GT DLC pack. Headlining the pack are four new characters including Eis... More
  • Blog Post: Namco Museum On Game Boy Advance Available On Wii U Virtual Console

    Certainly a less exciting release than previous Virtual Console titles, but if you're looking for a classic gaming fix, your Wii U has you covered. Namco Museum has released on a number of platforms, but this version in particular was the one that released at Game Boy Advance. The collection includes... More
  • Blog Post: Report: Project Cars Pulls In For Another Pit Stop, Delayed Until May

    Slightly Mad Studios has announced yet another delay for Project Cars. The title was most recently scheduled for an April 2 release after delays from last fall to March before the last postponement . According to a statement received by Eurogamer , Now the game is slated for release some time in May... More
  • Blog Post: Bandai Namco's Mappy Land And The NES Dig Dig Available On Wii U Virtual Console

    Bandai Namco released two NES games on Virtual Console this week: Mappy Land and the NES port of Dig Dug. Most are familiar with Dig Dug as it is an Atari and arcade classic, but Mappy Land is a little more obscure. In the game you play as Mappy the mouse as he tries to save his girlfriend Mapico and... More
  • Blog Post: Budweiser Builds Life-Size Pac-Man Maze For Super Bowl Ad

    Bud Light recently constructed a life-sized Pac-Man maze in Los Angeles' Fashion District for an upcoming Super Bowl commercial. The ad is part of the company's Up for Whatever campaign, and if the set is any measure of things, it looks like this upcoming ad will be quite the production. According... More
  • Blog Post: Godzilla Stomps Onto PlayStation 4 And PlayStation 3 In 2015

    Namco Bandai is teaming up with Sony to bring Godzilla to consoles. In the first look, we see the giant monster stomping and breathing atomic fire. We still don’t know much about how we’ll be wreaking havoc as one of movie history’s best monsters. But we’re sure eager to find... 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: Dark Souls II Blasts Past Shipping Milestone Set By The First Game

    From Software's Dark Souls II has earned respect from both fans and critics, who say the game is a worthy follow-up to its 2011 predecessor. Looking at Bandai Namco's most recent financial report, it's clear that the punishing game has its share of supporters at the publisher, too. According... 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: Fan Created Site Counts Your Dark Souls Deaths

    A site created by Dark Souls fans allows you upload your save file to see how many time you've died. You can check out the site here . Unfortunately, the death counter only applies to PC save files, which makes sense considering it is difficult to pull your save files from Sony's and Microsoft's... More
  • Blog Post: Artist Imagines Katamari Damacy In A Different Era Of Japan

    Katamari Damacy is possibly the most Japanese game ever to be fully embraced by North America. I'm surprised I haven't seen an artist re-imagine the game's art style in the one popularized during feudal Japan already. The King of the Cosmos' concerned look over the Prince's progress... More
  • Blog Post: Tenkai Knights: Brave Battle Arrives On Nintendo 3DS This Summer

    Tenkai Knights , an animated Cartoon Network TV show based around fighting robots, will be getting its own 3DS game, courtesy of Bandai Namco. Players will fight in 2D robot battles either in a mission based single player story mode or in a competitive Versus mode supporting up to four players. Tenkai... More
  • Blog Post: Dragon Ball Z: Battle Of Z Demo Available Now

    Namco Bandai wants to make sure you have a very Saiyan holiday. The demo for the upcoming Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z is available today on PlayStation Network and Xbox Live. The demo includes four single-player missions, one cooperative mission, and an eight-player battle. Any progress achieved in the... More
  • Blog Post: Tales Of Zestiria Confirmed For PlayStation 3 Release

    Namco Bandai today confirmed the next game in the Tales Of series. Tales of Zestiria will be coming to PlayStation 3 worldwide in 2015 to coincide with the franchise’s 20th anniversary. The title will take place in a fantasy setting, with involvement from all four series character designers (Mutsumi... More
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