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My Hero One's Justice 2 - Review

The plethora of tie-in from anime and manga is now incalculable, a veritable mess of productions that, riding the wave of success of the original work, aim at a profit, if not easy, at least ...

Tekken 7 exceeds 5 million copies sold

The success of Tekken 7, the last chapter of the Bandai Namco series history does not seem to stop even after 3 years from its arrival on console. Arrived at the third season pass which saw the introduction of ...

Bandai Namco has unveiled the next two fighters coming via DLC on Tekken ...

In the past few hours Bandai Namco Entertainment has unveiled two new characters that will be added to the Tekken 7 roster via DLC. The two new fighters will be: the champion of Muay Thai Fahkumram and ...

Man Of Medan shows himself in a new trailer

Bandai Namco Entertainment and Supermassive Games, have recently released a new trailer for the highly anticipated first title of the Dark Pictures Anthology; ie Man Of Medan. For the uninitiated, the Dark Pictures Anthology is ...

Bandai Namco Entertainment - New mobile company founded

Bandai Namco Entertainment announced last Thursday that it is founding the new company Bandai Namco Mobile (BNM) in Barcelona. It is a company specialized in the development and entertainment for the smartphone market beyond ...

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 even on Nintendo's hybrid with the porting of MH Generations Ultimate, ...

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 ...

God Eater 3 will also be released on Nintendo Switch this summer

Through an announcement trailer released on its official Youtube channel, Bandai Namco Entertainment has revealed that God Eater 3, will also be released on Nintendo Switch starting from the next 12 July. The title is...

Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker - Review

I think the good 99% of the people who hang around here know perfectly the name of Naruto, as the protagonist of the anime or the manga, since for years he accompanied us at the time of ...
Dragon Ball Legends

Dragon Ball Legends will bring the universe of Akira Toriyama into our smartphones

A happy time for Dragon Ball lovers: on Sunday we will have the last episode of the Super anime, yesterday a new film was announced coming in December in Japan, and now we have a trailer that ...
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

TEKKEN 7: Bandai Namco working on a new update

TEKKEN 7 has been available on Italian shelves for a few days now and, together with the launch trailer that we include at the end of the news, BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment has released a small press release to announce ...
CODE VEIN

CODE VEIN is the new title of BANDAI NAMCO

Last week, BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment released a cryptic teaser trailer accompanied by the hashtag and headline "Prepare to Dine". The official announcement by the company was set precisely for this 20 April, and ...
PAC-MAN Maker

PAC-MAN Maker: what is BANDAI NAMCO in mind?

It seems that in the last hours BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment has recorded a series of trademarks for Europe, including a very special one. This is PAC-MAN Maker and, if the company's intent was not ...

PlayStation 5, revealed the dimensions of the games in digital version

Following the reveal of the price of PlayStation 5 in the past few days, many users have shown a fair interest in the all ...

Master Builders PugliaBrick: interview with Guido Benetti

Today we have with us for Parliamo di Videogiochi, Guido Benetti, an old-time builder known throughout the country for his robots and ...

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