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Digimon Survive, that's why it's been postponed

Digimon Survive, that's why it's been postponed

Last weekend, during the conference at the Anime Expo 2019, Bandai Namco revealed that the Digimon Survive release was postponed until next year. Producer Kazumasa Habu has decided to tweet for ...

One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4 announced for PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC

At the Anime Expo 2019 Bandai Namco held a panel. During the conference, the company announced One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC. They haven't been shared ...

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot, lots of new information on the action RPG

Famitsu has released new details of Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot, Bandai Namco's new action RPG title coming to the 2020 on PlaySttaion 4, Xbox One and PC.
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Ni No Kuni, remastered rumor

Some rumors about the Bandai Namco lineup have revealed 3 of upcoming titles for the Japanese company E3 2019, one of which should be a new chapter in the Tales series, for the ...

Dragonball FighterZ - Goku of Dragonball GT shows itself in a trailer

A short trailer appeared showing the next character coming to Dragonball FighterZ, Goku child directly from the GT series. The trailer mainly shows the attacks and special moves of the ...

Super Dragon Ball Heroes World Mission - a PC demo will be available soon ...

Super Dragon Ball Heroes World Mission recently debuted on Nintendo Switch (here you can find our review) and, apparently, Bandai Namco would seem to be interested in releasing a demo (and an update) ...

One Piece World Seeker - unveiled the contents of the first DLC

Bandai Namco recently unveiled the first DLC of One Piece: World Seeker. According to the latest issue of the Japanese magazine V Jump Magazine, the content will be titled "The Void Mirror Prototype" and will see ...

Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission - Review

The card game that all lovers of Dragon Ball should play: Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission brings an infinite vastness of content!

God Eater 3 Nintendo Switch version - Review

The absence of Monster Hunter World on Nintendo Switch makes itself felt, and although Capcom has tried to monopolize the hunting game market also ...

Horace - Review

"A purpose in life" If in the heat of these days of July you feel a void you have to fill, or more simply look for an excellent pastime ...

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