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The floating knight soars across the crumbling exterior of an ancient castle and crushes my frail mortal body with a series of arching blows, my limp carcass—clothed in the most meager of armor—crumbles to the ground and, for what feels like the hundredth time, I am born anew from the ash of a nearby fire.
Bandai Namco has recently updated Ace Combat: Assault Horizon Enhanced Edition for PC, and guess what the update brought with it?
Namco Bandai has recently announced that the crossover battle game featuring legendary characters, warriors, fighters and video game icons from the illustrious libraries of Sega, Namco and Capcom will butt heads in furious strategic action this summer for North American gamers, exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS.
Poor, poor Katsuhiro Harada, this guy has been put in a bad place because of other people. Don't worry, though, Harada has promised to undo the evils of today's generation of gaming. He's aiming to win you over with a complete set of free DLC planned for the recently released Tekken Tag Tournament 2 and he laments how people are disgruntled at the term “DLC” due to “misuse” of the method by other publishers.
A new video walkthrough of Tekken Tag Tournament 2 has surfaced ahead of the game's highly anticipated September launch. The new walkthrough video showcases a lot of cool features in the character customization arena for Namco Bandai's prime-time pay-per-view quality fighter, ranging from spiffy outfits to dangerous hairstyles and even deadlier accessories.
Oh boy, Namco really went over and beyond with the upcoming Tekken Tag Tournament 2. If you thought all the crazy items from Tekken 6 were over the top, you haven't seen anything until you've seen some of the outrageous item moves for Tekken Tag 2.
Every time Namco Bandai releases a new trailer for Tekken Tag Tournament 2 it's easy to think "Wow, this game has a ton of stuff, a new trailer can't possibly show us anything more." and yet, every time a new trailer surfaces it sports a crap-ton of new and expanded features, just like the new SDCC trailer.
Naruto is still chugging along like a ripe ninja honey badger, kicking and punching its way to continued success. With more than 10 million units shipped of the Naruto Shippuden games, Namco Bandai is bringing another sequel to the popular Ultimate Ninja Storm series, starting next spring.
If you never heard of this game, it's okay. It's not one of those games that gets a lot of press and it's more of a traditional style JRPG brought into today's generation of gaming with updated visuals, gameplay and storytelling.
Snoop Dogg will appear in Namco's Tekken Tag Tournament 2 but not as a special fighter, instead he will be a special guest with his very own special stage and a very special musical track for those who pre-order the game.
Tekken Tag Tournament 2 was quite popular over in Japan, and Namco seen enough success to want to port the game over to home consoles this fall. In addition to arriving on consoles, the game will also receive additional console exclusives, which were revealed in a brand new trailer.
Namco Bandai released a large cache of new screenshots for their upcoming seafaring, anime adventure game, One Piece: Pirate Warrior. The game, based on Shonen Jump's popular manga and TV series of the same name, thrusts players into a comical world full of non-stop action and jocular mischief.
Talk about absolutely destroying Capcom with a single trailer. Namco seems to be in it for blood this time around. All the complaints about Street Fighter X Tekken are purposefully advertised in the new trailer for Tekken Tag Tournament 2.
In regards to software market share value for March, a surprising publisher took the top spot in Japan thanks to a crossover game that put one of the most popular mangas ever in league with one of the most popular hack-and-slash genres of all time.
In the Japanese gaming circles there has been a lot of talk about an upcoming game made in collaboration with a few of the big guns in Japanese publishing, namely Sega, Capcom and Namco. The name of the game is called Project X Zone and it's due out for the Nintendo 3DS.