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Ni No Kuni: The Threat of the Cinerea Witch Remastered - Review

Six years after its debut on the PlayStation 3, Bandai Namco decides to bring back to the current generation of Ni No Kuni: The Threat of the Cinerean Witch. The work of Studio Ghibli and ...

The Dark Pictures Anthology: Man of Medan - Review

Five years have passed since Supermassive Games launched "Until Dawn" on the market, a horror videogame capable of achieving great success in terms of views on the internet and in social media (YouTube ...

[gamescom 2019] Little Nightmares 2 - Preview

One of the ads that has raised the most fanfare during gamescom this year is, without doubt, Little Nightmares 2. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MlX3kh1Y7Cg Unveiled during the opening evening of the German videogame event, the second opera by Tarsier ...

[gamescom 2019] Code Vein - Tested

Missing just over a month at the exit of Code Vein, the soul-like made in Bandai Namco, and the first news that comes out of gamescom is the arrival of a ...

Bandai Namco does not want exclusive agreements with the Epic Games Store

The exclusives of the Epic Games Store have attracted attention and hatred towards the by now consolidated showcase of direct competing Steam games. If many companies have been convinced by Epic's economic proposals to make ...

[gamescom 2019] The Dark Pictures: Man of Medan - Tested

Among the most anticipated titles of Bandai Namco during the videogame event of gamescom in Cologne, there was also The Dark Pictures: Man of Medan, a production of Supermassive Games (authors of Until Dawn) ...

[gamescom 2019] Dragon Ball Z Kakarot - Tested

Bandai Namco kindly allowed us, in his booth at gamescom in Cologne, to try a preview of the new tie-in from the Dragon Ball Z series dedicated to Kakarot. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q7qEuwskL8A Like many other titles of ...

New information emerges for Dragon Ball Z Kakarot

According to what emerged from the pages of the Japanese magazine V-Jump, the Cell saga will also be present in Dragon Ball Z Kakarot. As regards the latter, both teenage Gohan and Trunks will be playable ...

The real and the virtual meet at IBC2019 Awards

LONDON - (BUSINESS WIRE) - # IBC2019 - The IBC2019 Awards saw recognition for the real - in terms of socially responsible projects and charitable bodies - and the virtual, including ...

Milan Games Week 2019, Bethesda will be present with Doom Eternal

Bethesda today officially announced its presence at the Milan Games Week 2019 (2 pavilion), the now traditional and iconic event ...

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