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Yu-Gi-Oh! - A new official Duel Disk is coming

After showing a series of prototypes last year, Bandai Namco finally showed the final details of his Yu-Gi-Oh! in 1 scale: 1. From the size of 71.5 cm, this gadget ...

The new episode DLC by Little Nightmares, "The Hideaway"

Little Nightmares is enriched with content: his new DLC story has been released. The new episode, titled "The Hideaway", now available on PC, PS4 and Xbox One. The Hideaway is the second of the three ...
Project Cars 2

The Grinder Against the "Ultra" Edition of Project Cars 2

Here we go again. I say this with bitterness, because if it is true that for me it is an article material and for you material to laugh / cry, it is also true that the articles regarding Collector's will be more embarrassing, ...

Tekken 7: data release, last revealed character and some info

It will also be one of the best tamarri of Tekken's entire roster, but it certainly remained engraved in the hearts of the aficionados, especially those who, like me, pressed keys to the canid phallus. I'm talking about him guys, ...
Masaya Nakamura - Namco

Namco's father left us

BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment announced that Namaya's 1955 founder Masaya Nakamura died at the age of 91 years last Sunday 22 January. As requested by Nakamura himself, vigil and funeral ceremony were ...

Games Week: 6 Namco games preview

The official news arrives: at the Games Week in Milan (which will take place next week, from Friday 14 to Sunday 16 October) it will be possible to try a preview of 6 games branded Bandai Namco. This is ...

Onward: Beyond magic - Review

In a world populated by fantasy creatures of all kinds, who too accustomed to the comforts offered by modern world technology have forgotten how ...

Liege Dragon RPG available on iOS and Android

The Japanese role-playing game is now a type of video game that, in the PC and especially console, seems to be increasingly linked to ...

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