A new release date has been set for Project CARS. The game is now due for launch on March 20th, 2015 for the Xbox One, PS4 and PC. No word yet on whether or not the Wii U version will have been affected by this decision, but in a way I think some gamers can take a sigh of relief knowing that they won't have to juggle so many games to buy this fall season.
Bandai Namco is giving gamers a bit of a taste of what's to come with Tekken 7. They have some big plans for the game before the year is out, but they're also offering up plenty of teases about what fans of the series can expect from the character customization option.
Tekken 7 producer Katsuhiro Harada revealed early concept art for a potential new character appearing in the game. He's hoping for fan feedback on the mystery fighter.
It's not uncommon for video games to get listed for consoles well before they've been officially announced. Some times these listings are true, other times they are completely bogus. This very instance has recently occurred for a very popular seventh generation game, Dark Souls II, that might be arriving for the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One.
Bandai Namco is planning to announce Tekken 7 tonight. However, the first details on the fighting game leaked out this afternoon.
Bandai Namco recently made it known that they are delaying the Wii U version of Project CARS to 2015. There has been no explicit reason given and gamers who crowd-funded the game are left in the dark as to why they won't be receiving the game in a timely manner.
Bandai Namco had confirmed that Pac-Man would be in the upcoming Super Smash Bros. for both the Nintendo 3DS and the Nintendo Wii U. However, this wasn't the first time that Pac-Man was supposed to appear in a Smash Bros. outing.
Bandai Namco Games recently announced that they will be handling the worldwide distribution of Slightly Mad Studios crowd-funded game, Project CARS. The game will be landing on a retail shelf near you on the Xbox One, PS4 and Wii U this November.
Riddled with poor review scores and plenty of bad feedback from gamers, Driftopia was an experiment that just didn't work out as Bandai Namco intended, and now it's getting shutdown.
Virtual pilots in North America, Japan and Europe are now officially invited to take to the skies in Ace Combat Infinity, a free to play aerial combat game from Bandai Namco featuring tons of planes, a single player campaign, online combat and more.
Bandai Namco continues to talk up its 2014 lineup, dropping new details on the recently (as in yesterday) released JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: All-Star Battle for the PlayStation 3 and Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment, which is set to hit the Vita later this year.
The benefits and banes of PC gaming is that you get a lot of freedom of accessibility when you play games, but you also get a ton of unknown circumstances that can ruin the mood as well... like start-up crashes.
PC gamers, prepare to die in greater detail. Bandai Namco has released the digital version of Dark Souls 2 on the PC via Steam.
Get your aviator glasses and Top Gun soundtrack ready, because Bandai Namco is ready to head to the runway with “massive aerial combat game” Ace Combat Infinity on May 27, meaning pilots on the PlayStation 3 only have to wait one more month before taking to the not-so-friendly skies in this free-to-play flight combat game.
Among the new games include GRID Autosport, a new Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventure and, for anime fans in the audience, the highly anticipated Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment.