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Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot has sold over 1,5 million copies

The story of Goku readapted recently on the videogame chapter Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot reaches a new fascinating milestone. According to what revealed by Bandai Namco, the video game produced by the CyberConnect2 studio has managed to sell ...

Dragonball Z: Kakarot - Review

Difficult to talk about a game so strictly aimed at such a precise type of audience. Difficult especially because, in fact, it should not be a title aimed only at hardcore Dragonball fans but to ...

Dragonball Z: Kakarot - Preview

I've been a Dragonball fan for practically always and still today when by chance I run into an episode of the legendary work of Toriyama, whatever it is, I can't resist and block everything ...

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot, a new trailer released

Bandai Namco has released an interesting new trailer (viewable at the bottom) for the awaited Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot which gives an idea of ​​what we should expect from the game. Together with the clashes, we will do much more - like ...
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Xenosaga HD was canceled because it was not deemed profitable enough

Bandai Namco's Katsuhiro Harada spoke about the eventual Xenosaga Collection HD, shedding light on why the idea was rejected.

Fast and Furious Crossroads - Here is the trailer of the game on the famous movie series ...

The Game Awards have just ended, the event in which everyone was waiting for announcements on new IPs and important news on the hardware and software side for the next-gen. During the event, Bandai Namco surprised everyone ...

Dragon Ball FighterZ, the legendary Super Saiyan Broly joins the roster

More than a year after its release, Bandai Namco is still adding new characters to Dragon Ball FighterZ. Next, it will be the Super Saiyan Broly (DBS). Fighter fans were waiting for ...
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Bandai Namco is planning to celebrate the 40 years of Pac-Man in style

Believe it or not, next year we will celebrate the 40 anniversary of Pac-Man and Bandai Namco is planning a series of celebrations that will last an entire year in honor of the famous "blot ...

Super Rare Games announces seven new physical games for Switch

Collectors rejoice! Super Rare Games has announced seven new limited editions for Nintendo Switch that will arrive in the near future. Titles include Dandara: ...

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After Sony's announcement of not participating in PAX East, the mayor of Boston asked the company to rethink it.

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