In the game that just keeps on giving, Bandai Namco have announced that 2 more characters will be added to Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 as well as a free new game mode in an upcoming game update.
It’s difficult to decide whether Squareboy vs Bullies: Arena Edition is simple genius or overly minimalist.
Bandai Namco has revealed that Dragonball Xenoverse 2 will be getting some more DLC characters later this year.
A new update for ARMS has dropped, and with it Nintendo has provided us with the patch notes so we can see exactly what has been changed in the game.
The Dragon Ball franchise is probably one of the most recognised animes in the West – it is over 30 years old and has seen many different video game iterations over the years. Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 is the first Dragon Ball title to release on Nintendo’s newest console – but will this brawler make you want to become a Saiyan or will it make you say Sayonara? Read on to find out!
Whilst games such as the Nintendo 64’s Pokémon Stadium came pretty close, seven-year-old-me’s dream of battling Pokémon in a way that feels ‘real’ has never truly been realised. I’m just as much a fan of the core Pokémon games as the next trainer, but I always wanted to see Pokémon moving around like real creatures rather than sprites that wiggled slightly. Now, thanks to an unlikely collaboration between Nintendo and Tekken developer, Bandai Namco, we have Pokkén Tournament – possibly the closest we have come to those dreams so far. Originally released in Japanese arcades and then for Wii U, the latest version, Pokkén Tournament DX, has arrived on Nintendo Switch with some exciting new content. Does it come close to my childhood dreams, though, and more importantly: is it worth buying?
Nintendo have revealed that an upcoming update for ARMS will allow players to remap the game’s controls to the buttons of their choosing.
The second trailer for Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 has been released by Bandai Namco.
A new trailer for Pokkén Tournament DX has been released showing us what is new in the Nintendo Switch version of the game, including new 3 vs. 3 battles, replays and more.
First it was “coming,” then it was “Thursday,” and now it’s here. The Pokken Tournament DX demo is now available, and it’s time to both show and tell you about it.