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Dragonball Xenoverse 2

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, a free version coming soon

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 was released about three years ago and was a huge success for Bandai Namco, who continues to support it. In an attempt to attract even more players, the game will have ...

Jump Force, revealed as the DLC roadmap

Bandai Namco announced the Jump Force DLC series in August. They will include nine characters and the roadmap has now been revealed.

Dragon Ball Project Z shows itself in the first, spectacular trailer

Finally Bandai Namco released the first trailer of the mysterious Dragon Ball Project Z, the universe-based action RPG born from the mind of Akira Toriyama. Actually the video doesn't ...

Dragon Ball Project Z, the new RPG will show the Toriyama universe like never before

Bandai Namco has announced a new RPG dedicated to the universe created by Akira Toriyama, currently called Dragon Ball Project Z.

My Hero One's Justice - Review - PS4

With My Hero One's Justice there are over ten titles based on anime or manga that Bandai Namco has released only this year. As you can easily guess from the name, this time it fell to ...
Cyberpunk 2077 consequences

Bandai Namco will distribute Cyberpunk 2077 in Europe

The collaboration between Bandai Namco and CD Projekt Red, for the distribution of their video games, will also continue with Cyberpunk 2077. Indeed, Bandai Namco Europa will get the title on the shelves of 24 stores in European countries, including ...

Soulcalibur could greet us forever with the sixth chapter

For Dark Souls we will have to officially put the soul in peace, but perhaps that of From Software will not be the only saga to which we will have to say goodbye. During an interview the producer Motohiro Okubo declared that if ...
CODE VEIN

Code Vein has been sent back to 2019

Not long ago, Bandai Namco announced that the Dark Souls-inspired title, Code Vein, would arrive on PS4, Xbox One and PC 28 September. However, just over a month ...

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