The first DLC pack for Dark Souls III comes out October 25, Namco Bandai said today. It’s called Ashes of Ariandel and will add to the game “a brand new environment filled with terrifying new enemies, challenges, and exciting lore.” Costs $15.
This is Little Nightmares. It’s from Bandai Namco, slated for PS4, and Steam, and the game is scheduled for release next year. Check out the English trailer on Kotaku UK.
A Dark Souls 3-themed Playstation 4 can’t just be a generic plastic box. it has to be faithful to the game, either made of wood or metal. Or both.
Twitter accounts for ‘brands’ are pretty much the worst ever, but here is a rare example of one getting it right.
The Wii U version of Namco Bandai’s Pokémon fighting game has landed at Kotaku, along with strict time constraints on how much video we can share. So here’s quick look at training, fighting, customization and Amiibo unlocks of Pokkén Tournament.
Say you have several groups of good friends. Work friends, neighborhood friends, online friends; each group great in their own way. You throw a shindig to get them all together. Why? It doesn’t matter, as long as everybody gets together and has a good time. That’s Project X Zone 2.
The character selection page for Naruto Shippūden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 is overwhelming. Which of the nearly 100 initially unlocked ninja should I choose?
A teenager is granted the ability to move freely between physical and digital worlds and befriend colorful monsters made of code, but that’s not important right now. We’ve got to solve the case of the broken air conditioner!
You may have heard there’s a new Katamari Damacy game on both iOS and Android. There is! It’s called Tap My Katamari. It is awful.
Gundam Breaker 3 wasn’t the only Gundam game Namco Bandai revealed today. It also announced SD Gundam G Generation Genesis for the PS3, PS4, PS Vita and those who like alliteration.
Ready for more Gundam Breaker? Well, that’s exactly what you’ll get, then. Today, Namco Bandai announced Gundam Breaker 3 for PS4 and PS Vita. It’ll go on sale next year in Japan. no word yet about an international release.
For twenty years, Namco Bandai has held patent US 5718632 A, which has given them ownership of the idea of a loading screen minigame. On November 27 (this Friday), that patent expires.
Well, power is relative when it can be beaten by Gengar, but the new boss patched into arcade versions of the Pokémon fighting game is definitely a darker version of Mewtwo. (Update: the official name is Shadow Mewtwo.)
Arcade racing games were the shit in the 1990s. From Virtua Racer through to Daytona, a revolution in visuals and cabinet design made them the star attractions of arcades the world over. Until, that is, they got stale.
Nothing gets me ready for buttoning through endless expository dialog like the music from the opening of Tales of Zestiria.
A couple years of jealous drooling and suffering through the release of Digimon All-Star Rumble have finally paid off—Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth is coming to North and South American PlayStation 4 and Vita in 2016.
Good news, Tales fans: Tales of Zestiria, previously announced for PS3, will also hit PS4 and PC when it comes to North America and Europe this October. If only all Japanese companies treated their western fans this well.
Kazuya’s mom has got it going on, and by “it” I mean summoning tigers to beat up her husband. This is pretty much marriage in a nutshell.
Star Wars Battle Pod is the first Star Wars arcade game in years. I guess because playing it in game centers isn’t enough, Bandai Namco is selling it to the Japanese public. There’s a catch! And it’s the price.
Australia. Land of open spaces, beautiful beaches, dangerous animals and...storms that flood warehouses containing boxed copies of major upcoming video game releases.