We’re just a few weeks away from the debut of Dragon Ball FighterZ but you can get a look at the opening cinematic and start the hype train.
A pair of upcoming games that you should be keeping an eye on if you're not already (though one is much smaller in scale), have finally got some confirmed release dates. Namco's upcoming, gorgeous racing game Project Cars will be hitting in November, and the deep strategy game Spacecom will be landing in a couple weeks! Come inside to learn more.
During last month's E3, Namco Bandai revealed their all new Dragon Ball Z based fighting game (the first to come to the PS4 and Xbox One), in Dragon Ball Xenoverse. It's reveal was mostly what you were expecting from another fighter based in this universe, with one new addition: a mystery character popping up in locations he shouldn't be. Namco is still playing coy with who the mystery character is, but they've released some new screenshots from the game, revealing he's a Super Saiyan. Come inside to check them out.
This year's Evolution Championships (EVO, a massive video game tournament of various fighters) happened over the weekend, and as a special surprise, Namco officially announced the next game in their highly successful and popular game franchise: Tekken 7. Come inside to get the first details and announcement trailer!
Remember Project CARS? The hyper realistic looking racing game that's done nothing but drop jaws? Yeah, it's coming out this year, and Namco Bandai have announced they've entered a partnership with the game's developers to distribute the upcoming racer. Come inside to check out the announcement which comes with new screenshots and even some boxart!
Namco Bandai and Tecmo Koei have announced that a brand new Dynasty Warriors/Gundam video game is coming to PlayStation 3 gamers at some point this year. If you're a fan of the series already, or of Gundam, or of over the top action with giant robots, then this just might be the game for you. Come inside to learn more about it and see the first screenshots from the game!
A new challenger has entered the arena...
As a gamer and lover of all game-based films (even the bad ones), it was no surprise when Crystal Sky Pictures announced they would be handling the live-action treatment of game developer Namco/Bandai’s critically and commercially successful fighting franchise, Tekken.