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New Trailer for Digimon All-Star Rumble Uses Stop-Motion

Bandai Namco Games has just released a new trailer for the upcoming multiplatform brawler Digimon All-Star Rumble, no doubt meant to remind fans of its November 11 North American release. What makes the new trailer special is that it’s not made up of your run-of-the-mill CG gamplay footage – it has that in spades, but it also features stop-motion animation.

The trailer shows Agumon and Veemon duking it out, to the point where they had to digivolve. This is where the stop-motion animation comes in. Check out the trailer below:

Mysterious Dragon Ball Xenoverse Character Revealed

Cue the collective “I knew it!” as Bandai Namco Games has just revealed the details regarding the mystery character from the upcoming game Dragon Ball Xenoverse. According to Bamco, the character is actually you, the player. This means it’s a custom-created avatar, something that fans have already suspected for quite some time due to the character looking like it’s wearing a “clown suit.”

New Trailer for Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution

Bandai Namco Europe has recently posted a 1 and a half minute trailer for the upcoming 3D cel-shaded fighter Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution, with the declaration that the game is going “full steam ahead!” as it showcases adrenaline-pumping gameplay footage and nifty cutscenes. The trailer boasts of 100 playable characters and a revamped fighting engine (let’s hope the PC version is optimized this time. CyberConnect has probably learned their lesson with UNS 3 Full Burst.)

Digimon All-Star Rumble Game Coming to PS3 and Xbox 360

Bandai Namco Games has recently announced a new Digimon game that will be released for both the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360, titled Digimon All-Star Rumble. The game is described as a “thrilling party-arena multiplayer game,” and has been slated for a November 11 release in North America, with Europe getting its version later.

Digimon All-Star Rumble was developed by the same team behind the Digimon Adventure game on PSP, Prope. All-Star Rumble will let fans play four way battles using any of 12 base digimon characters with a total of 32 digimon forms. Featured monsters come straight out of the various anime series, from Digimon Adventure to Digimon Fusion, such as Agumon, Biyomon, Dorulumon, Gabumon, Gatomon, Shoutmon, Tentomon, and Veemon.

From the Press Release:

New Dragonball: Xenoverse Screenshots Feature Mysterious New Character

Namco Bandai has once again released a new batch of screenshots for their upcoming fighter, Dragon Ball: Xenoverse. Once again, they feature a mysterious new character that seems to incorporate various visual elements from existing characters, such as the Saiyan scouter, Piccolo’s cape, Future Trunks’ clothes, and a hairstyle that somehow looks similar to Adult Gohan’s (although different in color.) The new batch of screenies now show that the mysterious character can also transform into a Super Saiyan.

New Multi-Platform Dragon Ball Game in the Works

There’s no such thing as too much Dragon Ball when it comes to games (provided that they’re not making another Dragon Ball Kinect game), so even though details are sparse at the moment, the news from the July issue of V Jump magazine gets us all excited, as it reveals that Bandai Namco Games is getting ready to bring the Dragon Ball franchise to the Playstation 4 via a new game, what’s more, people who haven’t migrated to current gen will not be left behind because the game is also in the works for the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360.

Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolutions Previews Third Raikage

Bandai Namco Games has released another promo video for the upcoming 3D Fighter, Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolutions. This time around, it focuses on the new playable character The Third Raikage. Said character was already present in the previous game, Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 Full Burst, but can only be used as an assist character or as an enemy boss. Revolutions will finally allow gamers to feel what it’s like to play as A’s predecessor.

You can check out the preview video below:

Batman: Arkham Origins Exclusive Interviews from SDCC

Batman: Arkham Origins comes out October 25!

It’s finally here! The day you have been waiting for ever since you heard that Batman: Arkham Origins was coming out on every device, to everyone worldwide, on October 25th. There’s 3 different types of games available under the Arkham Origins story:

WiiU, PS3, XBOX 360, and PC gamers get the Full Version of the game, where you follow the story as Batman, following the Black Mask, as he puts a bounty on Batman’s head for 50 million dollars and unleashes 8 assassins to finish off Batman, once and for all. No reviews are available for this version because everyone in the world will have the first crack at it when stores open on October 25. So, check out the main site for further information:

Official Site for Batman: Arkham Origins

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Disney to Launch Two New Disney Infinity Apps


Disney is going all out in their support for the upcoming Disney Infinity game and toy franchise, with the company prepping the launch of two mobile apps for the property bearing many of their most iconic characters.

The first app is dubbed Disney Infinity: Toy Box, which is exclusive to the iPad and will allow players to build new worlds and interact with characters, as well as export their creations to the main console game. It can work both ways as worlds that were built on the console can be transferred to the iPad version.

Disney is initially offering up more than 60 terrains, tracks and decorations that can be manipulated on the iPad screen to build new worlds. As new items are unlocked on the console version of the game, they will also become available on the iPad apps. Items that gamers buy separately will also be available, while items can also be purchased in the apps for $0.99. The base app is free to download, and comes with Mr. Incredible.

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