Entries in 'namco bandai' (215)
Studio Ghibli RPG Ni No Kuni has joined the million sellers club on home consoles.
Namco Bandai has at last confirmed a release date for Dark Souls II on PC.
Three indie games have signed digital publishing deals with Namco Bandai Europe.
Namco Bandai has revealed pre-orders for Dark Souls II are 50 per cent up on its predecessor.
MCV looks at Namco Bandai's Pac-Man reboot.
Namco Bandai invaded Sega's HQ this week in an effort to promote Pac-Man.
Namco Bandai has released its TV and cinema ad for upcoming action RPG Dark Souls II.
A game like Dark Souls has no right to be talked about in the same breath as Skyrim.
The gap between and console and PC releases of Dark Souls 2 should me measured in weeks and not months.
From Software has revealed what Japanese gamers will be receiving with the Collector’s Edition of Dark Souls 2.
Namco Bandai’s Ridge Racer IP is to try its hand at smartphones.
The Witcher 3, like its predecessor, will be distributed by Namco Bandai in Europe.
The latest adventures of Pacman are due to arrive in the UK next year.
Namco Bandai’s Enslaved: Odyssey to the West is finally making its way to PC.
Namco Bandai European MD and senior VP Olivier Comte has joined Dofus and Wakfu creator Ankama.
Negativity towards the free-to-play model has led Namco Bandai to opt against discussing the payment structure it will use in free-to-play title Ace Combat Infinity.
Namco Bandai has confirmed the final release date for Dark Souls II.
Hollywood director JJ Abrams believes that the poor quality of April’s Star Trek video game was detrimental to the success of movie Star Trek Into Darkness.
A major TV campaign and an Oxford Street stunt will form part of the marketing blitz for F1 2013.
Namco Bandai’s free-to-play frenzy seems to be continuing.
The retail version of Minecraft for Xbox 360 has topped the UK charts for a third week running.
Namco Bandai is giving consumers the chance to be among the first to test Ridge Racer Driftopia, the first free-to-play entry in the series.
Namco Bandai is launching Tekken Card Tournament’s physical booster packs at retail this month.