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Bandai Namco Entertainment

Founded date September 29,2005

An arcade and video game producer, part of the Namco Bandai Holdings group.

Bandai Namco Entertainment

Company Name Bandai Namco Entertainment
Street Address
City Santa Clara
State California
Country United States
Website http://www.namcobandaigames.com
Contact email [email protected]
Phone number 408-235-2222
Date founded Thu Sep 29 00:00:00 UTC 2005
Aliases Namco Hometek Namco Limited Namco Bandai Games America Inc. Namcot Bandai Bandai Namco Games Inc.

Overview

Bandai Namco Entertainment, is a Japanese company. On September 29, 2005, Namco officially merged with Japanese toymaker Bandai to form Namco Bandai Holdings Inc., one of the largest entertainment companies in Japan. Namco became a wholly owned subsidiary of the holding company. Then on March 31, 2006, Namco merged with Bandai's video game operations and the US arm of the company was renamed Namco Bandai Games Inc. Meanwhile, the Japanese arm went by Bandai Namco Games, to take advantage of Bandai's larger Japanese precense while capitalizing on the still-recognizable Namco name in the United States. In 2014, the US arm was renamed to Bandai Namco Games America Inc, unifying the names across regions. Bandai Namco Games announced in December 2014 that it would rename itself again and thus would known globally as Bandai Namco Entertainment starting April 1, 2015.

Some of the company's most famous games are Pac-Man and the Tekken franchise. They also own a patent to make minigames during loading screens.

History

Bandai, before merging with Namco, had previously attempted to release its own video game console devices. In 1995 Bandai released the Pippin with Apple in Japan, and released in the USA in 1996. Bandai did have better succes with the WonderSwan handheld game system in Japan in 1999. A year later the company released the WonderSwan Color. Both portables saw support from Bandai itself and even from other third party software vendors such as Square, Capcom and Taito, but ultimately the WonderSwan was defeated in the market by the Game Boy and the Neo Geo Pocket.

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One Piece: Bounty Rush

One Piece: Bounty Rush

One Piece: Bounty Rush is a 4-on-4 realtime battle game for mobile, based on the One Piece license.

Tales of Arise

Tales of Arise

Tales of Arise is the seventeenth title in Bandai Namco's long-running Tales of... RPG series.

Gundam Evolution

Gundam Evolution

A team-based first-person hero-shooter with mecha from the Mobile Suit Gundam series.

Tekken 8

Tekken 8

The eighth King of the Iron Fist Tournament.

Synduality

Synduality

Synduality is a sci-fi action-adventure set in a dystopian world where acid rain has deformed many of the planet's creatures. It also features PvPvE multiplayer.

Saint Seiya: Shining Soldiers

Saint Seiya: Shining Soldiers

Saint Seiya: Shining Soldiers

Tales of the Rays

Tales of the Rays

A smartphone game in the longrunning Tales of franchise by Bandai Namco Games

Tekken 7: Fated Retribution

Tekken 7: Fated Retribution

The definitive version of Tekken 7 (and the one ported to home consoles), featuring a dedicated story mode that concludes the rivalry between Kazuya and Heihachi.

Disney Magic Castle: Mahou no Happy Mirror

Disney Magic Castle: Mahou no Happy Mirror

A Kinect-based arcade game for young girls that puts them in the world of various Disney animated series, superimposing the costumes of Minnie Mouse, Ariel, Cinderella, or Repunzel on top of them.

Pac-Man Battle Royale Chompionship

Pac-Man Battle Royale Chompionship

A sequel to the 2011 arcade game Pac-Man Battle Royale, re-working the round-based system while adding eight-player support and more chaotic power-ups.

Publish by Bandai Namco Entertainment

Koukyou Shihen Eureka Seven

Koukyou Shihen Eureka Seven

Koukyou Shihen Eureka Seven is a game that was released in Japan only for the PSP. It follows the events of the first half of the Eureka Seven anime.

The Dark Pictures Anthology: Directive 8020

The Dark Pictures Anthology: Directive 8020

The season 2 premiere of the Dark Pictures Anthology follows the space ship Cassiopeia on its journey to Tau Ceti f.

Ace Angler

Ace Angler

Better known in Japan as "Tsuri Spirits", Ace Angler is a video medal game where multiple players utilize realistic rod & reel controllers to catch numerous types of fish on a large single playfield. It later received a console port for the Switch.

One Piece: Bounty Rush

One Piece: Bounty Rush

One Piece: Bounty Rush is a 4-on-4 realtime battle game for mobile, based on the One Piece license.

Tsuri Spirits: Tsutte Asoberu Suizokukan

Tsuri Spirits: Tsutte Asoberu Suizokukan

A sequel to the Nintendo Switch version of Bandai Namco's fishing-themed medal game Ace Angler.

JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: All Star Battle R

JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: All Star Battle R

An upgraded version of 2013's JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: All Star Battle

Digimon World: Next Order

Digimon World: Next Order

Train two Digimon simultaneously and explore the digital world in this open world role playing game.

Dark Souls

Dark Souls

A quasi-sequel to From Software's action-RPG Demon's Souls, set in a new universe while retaining most of the basic gameplay and the high level of challenge. It features a less-linear world, a new checkpoint system in the form of bonfires, and the unique Humanity system.

Doraemon Story of Seasons: Friends of the Great Kingdom

Doraemon Story of Seasons: Friends of the Great Kingdom

Doraemon and Nobita return to the ranch in this sequel to Doraemon Story of Seasons.

Dragon Ball: The Breakers

Dragon Ball: The Breakers

Dragon Ball: The Breakers is an asymmetrical multiplayer game developed by Dimps.

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