Posts Tagged ‘Namco Bandai’
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Review: Namco Museum for Nintendo Switch

by Nazih Fareson August 4, 2017
If you are into retro gaming, Namco Museum is a compilation series that most of you know since the good old days of the original PlayStation. Since 1995’s first Namco Museum game, pretty much every single console got their own Namco Museum game, so it makes sense to see the Nintendo Switch have its version […]
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Review: Get Even

by Nazih Fareson July 8, 2017
Pushed back at the last moment after the terrible incident that happened in Manchester, Farm 51’s Get Even finally lands for consoles and PC, giving us a one-of-a-kind experience, with a merge between a horror and suspense first person shooter with a elements from other walking-simulators like Dear Ester. Get Even tells the story of […]
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Review: Tekken 7

by Nazih Fareson June 9, 2017
In these modern days, 3D fighting games are a rare commodity. Born from 3D craze of the mid-1990s, with an urge for every single console in the market to enter this new dimension, the genre flourished… until it almost disappear entirely. Let’s face it, in the case of fighting games, a combat in a 3D environment can pose many […]

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Review: Little Nightmares

by Nazih Fareson April 27, 2017
If you’ve played numerous Sony Interactive Entertainment Worldwide Studios’ games like Little Big Planet, then Tarsier Studios is a name you probably heard. Now after numerous games and DLCs for SIE, this small Swedish independent studio finally release their own in-house project thanks to Bandai Namco: Little Nightmares. A cute puzzle platformer that its mysterious mood […]
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Review: Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm 4: Road to Boruto

by Nazih Fareson February 13, 2017
A year ago, Namco Bandai and CyberConnect 2 delivered the best episode of the Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm series. On the strength of this success, even though the franchise was supposed to take a break, the teams went back to work to bring a final add-on based on the last stories done by Masashi Kishomoto. And […]
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Review: Digimon World: Next Order

by Nazih Fareson February 7, 2017
After a release in Japan in March 2016 on PlayStation Vita, it is finally the turn for the Western world to get their newest monster adventure with Digimon World: Next Order now on PlayStation 4. A game that will delight the fans within the first hours… or not. At the beginning of the Digimon World: […]

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Review: Tales of Berseria

by Nazih Fareson February 5, 2017
While everyone was looking forward to the latest episode of the Final Fantasy series (which we reviewed two month ago), many seem to have forgotten another classic of JRPGs whose sixteenth episode was first released in the land of the Rising Sun in August 2016, and finally reached the west in January 2017. Tales of […]
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Review: Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2

by Nazih Fareson November 15, 2016
A year and a half after the first game, Bandai Namco (or Namco Bandai) finally launched the sequel Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, with a slightly extended cast of characters, adding some key features, but is it really enough to fix the flaws of the original game? Before I start, I should let you all know that […]
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Review: Dark Souls III: Ashes of Ariandel

by Nazih Fareson November 11, 2016
For its first additional content for Dark Souls III, From Software decided to take you through the snowy plains of Nordic warriors with Ashes of Ariandel. This expansion is full of rabid packs of wolves, brand new features, rather successful pair of bosses, a lot of fresh new equipment and a matchmaking system much awaited by […]

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Review: Pac-Man Championship Edition 2

by Nazih Fareson September 21, 2016
Pac-Man is one of those iconic games that seem to exist outside the normal flow of time. An icon of the original gaming arcade generation, the title may have aged, but as Pong before him, this 1980s classic remains ever-present and its gameplay flawless thirty years after its release. Even in that context, Pac-Man Championship Edition 2 […]