Entries in 'bandai namco' (91)
It sounds as if Dark Souls 3 has done the business for Bandai Namco.
Bandai Namco had the best-selling UK physical game of April in Dark Souls III.
A patch that was released to try and address hacking in the PC version of Dark Souls 3 has been revoked after it caused widespread freezing problems for players.
Bandai Namco has shipped 3m copies of From Software’s action RPG Dark Souls 3, following its release in March.
They say YouTube is the best barometer for the games industry, and if that’s the case then the sun is most definitely currently shining on Bandai Namco’s Dark Souls 3.
The PC version of Dark Souls 3 is on the brink of descending into disarray.
Having previously admitted that a recent spate of Dark Souls 3 band may have been made in error, Bandai Namco has now warned players about their conduct.
After six years of insisting the game is on the way, Bandai Namco has now said that Tekken X Street Fighter is no longer in active development.
A number of players claim to have been wrongly banned from the online component of Dark Souls 3.
Steamforged’s table top game based on the popular Dark Souls series met it £50,000 funding goal in just three minutes.
Dark Souls 3 may be the current love of the series’ dedicated community, but a problem with the original game has proved a source of frustration for some this week.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt has picked up plaudits from critics and its fair share of Game of the Year gongs.
Bandai Namco isn’t done with the Katamari Damacy brand, it seems.
Prepare to die (like dice… get it?). A table top game based on From Software’s cult hit RPG series Dark Souls is on the way.
Dark Souls III hits shelves today for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.
A defiant ESA, the organiser of E3, says the LA expo is ‘essential and critical’ to the games industry.
A new version of last year’s Project CARS is coming to stores in the coming months.
A smartphone game inspired by Dark Souls sounds like a dream come true, but Bandai Namco’s Slashy Souls is quite possible not entirely what you expected.
One of the last generation’s most celebrated releases appears to be heading to the Xbox 360 backwards compatibility list for Xbox One.
Long-term Tekken producer Katsuhiro Harada has said that the South Korean games rating board is “the worst”.
The former head of the Fox Engine at Konami has joined rival Japanese publisher and developer Bandai Namco.
Bandai Namco has left it until just days before Christmas – and after most of the games press seems to have gone home – to announce a host of new ...
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The PC port of Bandai Namco's Playstation release Saint Seiya: Soldiers' Soul has arrived on Steam.
Could the 3DS, Vita or mobile devices be getting a new Katamari title?