The Xbox One version of BioWare's open-world action-RPG epic Dragon Age: Inquisition is available for 50% off as part of this week's Deals With Gold lineup, letting Xbox Live Gold subscribers enjoy some solid online co-op for just $29.99.
As soon as we saw the trailer for Namco Bandai’s newly announced title, Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z, we realized we could possibly have a real gem of a game here, as far as Dragon Ball Z franchise goes. We asked ourselves: where could they possibly take the Dragon Ball Z games after making practically every character in the series playable? Well, how about mixing and matching them together to form super squads and fight as one?
For Star Trek fans, nothing could be more nostalgic than facing off against such a menacing race of reptilian aliens known infamously as the Gorn. They initially appeared in the 1967 “Arena” episode of the original Star Trek series, striking fear into the hearts of many. If you haven’t heard of them, they’ll be getting a massive, modern makeover in the newest Star Trek game from Namco Bandai.
Exciting news comes from Japan with leaked information and pictures of Mario Kart: Arcade GP DX. Nintendo is teaming up with Namco Bandai again to bring us the continuation of the karting classic. It seems the two monoliths are becoming rather well acquainted as they are also bro'ing up for the next Super Smash Bros. title. The catch? It is an arcade title currently exclusive to Japan. Previous installments in the Japanese arcades include Mario Kart Arcade GP and Mario Kart Arcade GP2.
Start saving up your money, gamers! The first handheld update in the 3DS line, the “3DS XL” is set for release in North America late this summer, just before the launch of the Nintendo Wii U.
Not being able to understand Japanese doesn’t prevent us from looking at a trailer of One Piece: Pirate Warriors and smelling some potential co-op action in the works.
In a recent interview with Dark Souls’ creative director, Hidetaka Miyazaki, his thoughts on the design processes reveal his uncertainty of a future sequel.
The official launch date of Namco Bandai’s newest installment, Inversion, was intended for February 7th of this year. However, several retail outlets, such as Gamefly and Gamestop, have recently altered the game’s release date on their websites, unveiling the delay of Inversion's official release for March.
As we previously reported, Namco Bandai decided to switch the mini-guide in Dark Souls’ Limited Edition package from physical to digital a few months prior to release. While that change was disappointing for some, many gamers like me continued to look forward to the Limited Edition regardless. It seems that lots of those people will be disappointed today, as reports indicate that one or more retailers who offered the Dark Souls Limited Edition for preorder only received the standard edition to offer to customers.