Entries in 'bandai namco' (49)
Bandai Namco has turned off all online functionality for 2012 release Ridge Racer Unbounded.
A PC port for Bandai Namco's PS3 release Tales of Zestiria could be in the works, if a new Steam database listing is anything to go by.
Bandai Namco’s racing simulator Project Cars has suffered its second release date delay.
Bandai Namco has for the first time shown off the visual differences between the upcoming next-gen version of Dark Souls II and its last-gen predecessor.
Three new entries in the Japanese software charts push down previous top dogs Yokai Watch 2: Shinuchi, and Pocket Monster Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire.
Tekken X Street Fighter game director Katsuhiro Harada has confirmed crossover fighting game Tekken X Street Fighter is still actively being developed.
Bandai Namco has recruited CVG editor Andy Robinson as its new PR executive.
The man behind the Tekken series has admitted that he lied to his parents about his job for a decade.
Bandai Namco has revealed a patch going live for Dark Souls II on February 5th that brings a number of gameplay alterations.
PC owners who want to see upcoming RPG The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt running at its best will need a beefy system to play it on.
UPDATE: It looks like this was all a big misunderstanding, according to Neogaf sleuths, and that DSfix will survive as normal.
Bandai Namco Games has changed its name to Bandai Namco Entertainment.
PC owners who own Dark Souls: Prepare to Die Edition are now able to remove its Games for Windows Live integration.
The creators of The Witcher 3 says the firm had to delay the game to remove ‘small errors’ that the market is afraid of.
Bandai Namco is bundling three of its fighting titles into a single PS3 release.
Bandai Namco’s Dark Souls will ditch Games for Windows Live a little later than initially planned.
More details about Bandai Namco’s Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin make poor reading for PC owners.
Bandai Namco has reported an increase in income and sales for the company's first half of fiscal 2015.
In a world where Season Passes and DLC releases come at a huge premium and are often announced before a game is even out, this is quite a surprise.
I quite like a good horror game, and this month I’ve been spoilt for choice.
The third and final bit of DLC for Dark Souls 2 may not be as final as was previously thought.
Bandai Namco’s Project Cars will not be released until March 2015.
Publisher Bandai Namco has expanded into Malaysia, opening a new office in Kuala Lumpur.
Project Cars has been dated, according to GAME.
From Software’s gothic action RPG Bloodborne has been dated for PS4 in Japan.