Wonder Festival is being held in Chiba, near Tokyo, and tons of video game figures are being presented by many manufacturers.
Bandai Namco announced that their popular Tales of series has shipped 16 million units worldwide since the launch of the franchise's first title, Tales of Phantasia, in 1995.
Yesterday we reported about a new teaser website opened by Namco Bandai to tease the next title of the Tales Of series. Turns out the new game could be more familiar than we expected.
With the impending release of Tales of Xillia, that will finally reach the western shores on August the 6th in the US and August the 9th in Europe, Namco Bandai released a "15th anniversary" video showcasing the
Recently Paris, France was home to the Japan Expo and, while this is mostly a European-focused event, there are some interesting tidbits we can glean for ourselves from some interviews that were conducted with Namco Bandai.
Last week it was revealed that, back in April, a member of Namco Bandai’s European community team responded to a fan’s question on Facebook about when Tales of Vesperia on the PS3 was going to see the
That's right, it's come to light recently that the exclusivity deal Microsoft has with Namco Bandai for Tales of Vesperia is pretty darn permanent. None of this "year exclusivity" like they've had with other titles like Star
Namco Bandai recently spoke with the Official Xbox Magazine about the future of the Tales series in the West. It's widely known and questioned that Tales of Vesperia still remains an Xbox 360 exclusive in North America,
That's right, you can now pick up what is widely proclaimed as one of this generation's best JRPGs without leaving the comfort of your humble abode. There are a couple interesting things to note about Tales of