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Tales Of Link, The All-star Mobile Branch Of Bandai Namco's Beloved Japanese Roleplaying Game Series

Tales of Link, the all-star mobile branch of Bandai Namco’s beloved Japanese roleplaying game series, is coming to the United States next month. Fans can pre0register for the game on iOS and Android to score a free “Wild Girl” Sophie.

Because You Can Never Have Too Many Digimon, Here's Seven More

In appreciation for all the fans that picked up copies of the excellent Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth, Bandai Namco is releasing seven new trainable Digimon for free on March 10. New additions include Rosemon and six less important ones.

A Ten-Minute Tour Of Pokkén Tournament Wii U

The Wii U version of Namco Bandai’s Pokémon fighting game has landed at Kotaku, along with strict time constraints on how much video we can share. So here’s quick look at training, fighting, customisation and Amiibo unlocks of Pokkén Tournament.

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth: The Kotaku Review

Cyber Sleuth is the most fun I’ve had with Digimon in a long time, though my idea of ‘fun with Digimon‘ is quite specific.

Tales Of Symphonia Is Busted On PC

Publisher Bandai Namco released Tales of Symphonia on PC yesterday, which would be good news if it weren’t such a disaster.

Still Waiting On A Good Mobile Digimon Game

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth arrives on the PlayStation 4 and Vita this week, and it sounds like the game digital monster fans have been waiting for. Digimon Heroes, released this past week for iOS and Android? Not so much.

The New Naruto Looks Utterly Gorgeous At Times

We received a quaint but utterly gorgeous press kit for Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja STORM 4 only yesterday, which is appropriate because the game has turned out to be stunning in points.

It’s even taken me by surprise, despite the fact that I’ve tolerated the entirety of the anime, manga and the previous Ultimate Ninja STORM games.

If You Want People To Play Your Golf Game, Use Dubstep

That’s apparently the thinking behind the trailer for Webzenonnet and Bandai Namco’s latest collaboration, a free-to-play MMO where players occupy themselves in “an immersive world” and the possibilities a virtual environment entails.

A virtual environment about golf, that is.

Bandai Namco Has Created A Terrible Way To Play Pac-Man

And it doesn’t involve VR or taking pills in real-life.

Christmas Delays Are Turning Quarter One Into The Best Period For Games

Games have traditionally aimed for the Christmas period to release, but more and more, they’re being held over to February or March the next year. In 2015, that resulted in the early stage of the year being extremely hard to beat — and that situation is set to repeat itself.

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