Devour and Burst your way across the desolate wasteland in this magnificent game that can show, once and for all, that man is meant to totally consume nature.
Tag: Bandai Namco Games
While Jump Force gave me it's few hours of fun, with it's repetitive story missions the only mode keeping it alive is it's online mode and the announcement of a season pass bringing in extra characters.
A family-friendly movie tie-in that offers a fiery, breath of fresh air and a playability that rates highly on the dragon's scale.
Come fly with me.
Project Cars 2 is the impressive sequel which many have wanted, but one which not many have expected.
Tekken 7 Ultimate Edition is the same great game which launched over a year ago, but what it brings to the table simply does not warrant the rather steep asking price which Bandai Namco has set for it.
The Breaker series finally comes West! A review by someone who has imported Gundam Breaker 1-3.
Go Vacation reminds everyone that having fun is sometimes all you need to make the most out of any activity, and, my God, are there a lot of activities.
Without its licence, this is a bare-bones adventure. However, for younger players and fans, this is a game that can offer a good time.
An enjoyable but repetitive combat game.