Back in 1996 the Coca-Cola company delivered unto the extreme masses a slice of citrus-flavored Norwegian heaven, only to rip the cans cruelly from our lips six years later. Today the company announces the return of Surge. It's ReSurgence Day.
When Namco Bandai yanked the modern-day Splatterhouse from developers BottleRocket, it was met with boos and hisses from the angry internet mob. But Namco's Makoto Iwai says the publisher wasn't trying to be evil.
Hip-hop sensibilities and anime style clash in Afro Samurai, a hack and slash brawler based on the cult-hit animated television series.
Namco Bandai Games christens their new western games division Surge with the release of Afro Samurai for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, based on the Spike TV anime starring Mr. Samuel L. Jackson.
Church's Chicken, home of quite possibly the best fast-food fried chicken on the planet, has teamed up with Namco Bandai's Surge label to promote the release of Afro Samurai.
I love the art style. I love the music. The gameplay looks pretty interesting, to say the least. I'm a bit put off by the game being released under a label that eschews a name I trust for the name of a long-dead and sorely missed carbonated beverage in the name of appealing to my western tastes. Yes I know Coca-Cola…
Namco Bandai Games has Japan locked down with Gundam, Tekken, Tales and Tamogotchi, but now it wants you, John Q. Western Gamer. Today it announced Surge, a new studio and label aimed at Westerners.