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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!
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The EU Valve baton for geo-blocking games on Steam

The geo-blocking practices used by Valve are in the focus of the European Commission, the body charged by the Council and the European Parliament to govern the Union after each European election. In December 2018, Brussels introduced ...
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 ...

Fortnite Chapter 2 - Everything you need to know

Fortnite is completely stuck on the famous black hole screen for more than 24 hours, and many are wondering what's going on. Between...

GWENT Iron Judgment - Review

Three months after the last content drop, comes Iron Judgment, the new expansion for GWENT: The Witcher Card Game. This output confirmed ...

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