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Dark Souls III is Bandai Namco America's Fastest-selling Title, "Kingdom Fall" Trailer

Dark Souls III is Bandai Namco America's Fastest-selling Title, "Kingdom Fall" Trailer Bandai Namco America sent out a press release to celebrate Dark Souls III's impressive sales results so far.While they don't share numbers, they do reveal that the title is the one that sold the fastest at launch for the company: A trailer -- with yet another strange music choice -- was also released to celebrate the game's accolades.

Tekken X Street Fighter Is "On Hold"

Tekken X Street Fighter Is "On Hold" But Tekken X Street Fighter, which was announced at the same time, is still M.But, currently, the situation is with fighting games, you have Street Fighter V that was just released and a lot of people are playing that fervently.

Masaya Nakamura, The Founder of Namco, Passes At Age 91

Masaya Nakamura, The Founder of Namco, Passes At Age 91 Long before Nakamura-san and his company Namco was involved in video games, it started out as Nakamura Manufacturing, a Tokyo-based company that worked on children’s rides for amusement parks in 1955.In 1958, the company changed its name to “Nakamura Amusement Machine Manufacturing Company, which would later be known as Namco, using its acronym.

The 'father of Pac-Man' has died at 91

The 'father of Pac-Man' has died at 91 Masaya Nakamura, founder of Namco and frequently referred to as the father of Pac-Man, died on Sunday, Jan.What we know today as developer and publisher Bandai Namco began as a Japanese company that made children's rides for department stores, called Nakamura Manufacturing, founded by Nakamura in 1955.

Namco Founder and "Father of Pac-Man" Passes Away at 91

Namco Founder and "Father of Pac-Man" Passes Away at 91 Masaya Nakamura, the man who founded Namco and lead the company during the launch of numerous classic arcade games — including Pac-Man, has died at the age of 91.This company would later be known as Nakamura Amusement Machine Manufacturing Company, or simply as Namco.

Why Arcades Haven't Died In Japan

Why Arcades Haven't Died In Japan As The Financial Times reports in a recent piece on Japanese arcades, there were 44,000 of them during their mid-1980s heyday.Since many Japanese game makers got their start in arcades, that connection remains strong.

You Can Finally Hear Weird Al's Unreleased Song About Pac-Man

You Can Finally Hear Weird Al's Unreleased Song About Pac-Man You thought you heard all the Weird Al Yankovic songs.” You might have even heard “Pac-Man,” one of his lesser known tunes, although you’ve never heard it like this.

Bandai Namco will bring two guest characters to ‘Tekken 7’ as post-launch DLC

Bandai Namco will bring two guest characters to ‘Tekken 7’ as post-launch DLC Two characters from other franchises will find themselves in Tekken 7, according to press release from Bandai Namco outlining post-launch content for the upcoming fighter.The guest characters will be available as paid DLC, one in winter 2017 and the second next spring, and each will come with their own special stage and unique costumes.

VR Schoolgirl Turned Into Life-Sized $23,000 Figure

VR Schoolgirl Turned Into Life-Sized $23,000 Figure In Namco Bandai’s VR game Summer Lesson, players are the tutor of schoolgirl Hikari Miyamoto.Now, they can have a real, life-sized Hikari statue to.

Bandai Namco teases its latest project with a mysterious trailer

Bandai Namco teases its latest project with a mysterious trailer The only clue we’re given is the hashtag #PrepareToDine, which appears at the end of the trailer.Indeed, the footage adopts a very different tone to Dark Souls, its sequels, and associated From Software releases.

The Idolmaster Is Now A Live-Action Korean TV Show

The Idolmaster Is Now A Live-Action Korean TV Show Namco Bandai is turning its idol simulator franchise The Idolmaster into a South Korean TV drama.Here’s a behind the scenes look, with the show’s stars speaking Japanese and Korean.

Project Cars 2 reveals its massive line-up of vehicles

Project Cars 2 reveals its massive line-up of vehicles Slightly Mad Studios and Namco Entertainment Europe opened the doors to the Project Cars 2 garage and revealed their latest line-up.This is one of 2017’s most anticipated racing games and it releases on September 22 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.