Nearly ten years after its initial release, Namco Bandai will be re-releasing both Tales of Symphonia and its sequel Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World on the PlayStation 3 internationally.
A series known for its out-of-universe guest fighters gets a (*gasp*) out-of-universe guest fighter.
In America-speak, that means they’re making a One Piece Dynasty Warriors game.
Those of us who aren’t yet part of the PC Master Race will have to wait a little longer to get our Witcher on.
This game looks like a mix between Dark Void and Gears of War…though the action makes me think of one term…that term is bananas, B-A-N-A-N-A-S!
Namco Bandai announced at their Level Up event in Dubai event today that the next in the Soul series will be coming to Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 next year.
Thanks to our benevolent dictator, I’ve just recently become aware that Toriko is a thing. If you’re not aware of it, Toriko is an anime about the baddest MotherEffer to ever live, and his goal to kill and eat the most dangerous and delicious monsters in existence.
Fans of the beat-em-up series Dynasty Warriors: Gundam should get ready to have a nerdgasm from how damn sexy this game is looking.
I know that there are at least two of us here on WPR that are anticipating the release of the latest in From Software’s much loved Armored Core series and with the news that has come out this week thanks to Japan and its amazing publication Weekly Famitsu, we’re getting even more antsy.
The upcoming game developed by From Software and published by Namco Bandai got a nice trailer today and along with it, the first info regarding a release date. I’m pretty excited about this game since I’m a pretty big fan of Demon’s Souls despite being really horrible at staying alive while I’m playing it. It […]
Project Dark, the newest game from the sadistic developers of Demon’s Souls, From Software, finally has some substantial information.
Sony continues to make PS3 owners like me very happy by offering more and more of the best sellers in their current library at a greatly discounted price over brand new. This week, they’re welcoming seven excellent titles into the $29.99 Greatest Hits price point.
Thats the question that the guys at Namco Bandai are currently mulling over in their heads because they believe that if the past version of E3 is going to be making a comeback, things are going to get expensive really quick considering that Gamescom in Germany is a scant couple of months away.
If that name is just a random string of Japanese characters and is completely unpronouncable to you, then you should probably stop reading now…because any game who’s worth his salt knows that Harada-san is the creator of all of the Tekken series to date.