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Submitted by CGMagazine 183d ago | preview

CGM: Bandai-Namco 2014 Games Preview

Bandai-Namco (after a dramatic name change from… Namco-Bandai…) have lifted the lid on a flood of games that will be coming to last gen, current gen and PC platforms over the course of 2014. There’s a big running theme with these announcements; Namco’s embraced the fact that they are a Japanese software publisher, and they’re not trying to hide or apologize for that. So while gamers can look forward to some titles that tickle the mainstream, Western fancy, like GRID, there’s a lot of stuff in the pipeline for people that love Japanese anime, manga, culture and the kind of games Japanese developers used to make that don’t hit our shores as frequently as before. (Ace Combat Infinity, Lords of the Fallen, PC, PS3, PS4, Ranko Tsukigime’s Longest Day, Rise of the Incarnates, Tales of Xillia 2, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

creatchee  +   183d ago
Rise of the Incarnates looks pretty cool. Hope they bring it to Xbox One/PS4.
SheenaClinchrud   183d ago | Spam

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