Bandai Namco Announces Code Vein’s Release Date

Avid fans of the popular game Code Vein have something to cheer about. This comes after game developer Bandai Namco has released a new gameplay trailer of the game.

 

The gaming studio has also announced the release date of Code Vein this fall.  Bandai Namco said the game is slated to release on September 27 for PS4, Xbox One.  On Steam, Code Vein will be rolled out on the following day, September 28, respectively.

 

 

It is Hiroshi Yoshimura who directed Bandai Namco’s vampire-action RPG. Yoshimura has previously led several projects and the recent of which is the projects on God Eaters game.

 

 

In case you don’t know, the game is set a post-apocalyptic world wherein a hidden society of vampires live in a place called Vein. These vampires are known as the Revenants in the game. If you are player, you need to jump to get the role of a Revenant and fight through dungeons and bosses with an AI companion to gather blood.

 

 

And when playing the game, players can increase their character’s strength by collecting the Blood Veils of your enemies.  This would also create new character abilities to defeat the monster’s overpowered attacks.

 

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Tamagochi lands on iOS and Android

My Tamagochi Forever (Credit: Bandai)

90s kids rejoice! Tamagochi, our beloved digital pet, has finally moved out of its err..eggshell and made its way to our handphone devices.

Here’s a brief history lesson to those unfamiliar with this pint-sized pocket pet:

  • It is created by Bandai, a Japanese toy company
  • The first Tamagochis were released in 1996 in Japan and in 1997 worldwide
  • It is a digital pet that needs tending to otherwise they actually die
  • Bandai (now Bandai Namco) released a newer, smaller version in 2017
  • It was first announced in November last year that the electronic pet will be available on mobile as My Tamagochi Forever
Tamagochi Electornic Pets

The app, now available for download for both iOS and Android, utilizes the ever-popular Freemium model where users can download the game for free but can opt to purchase or watch ads for bonuses and perks.

Although the app still has the original characters and has the same goal – taking care of your virtual pet –  it has a few differences to the electronic toy that took over the 90s by storm.

Aside from updated graphics, the app is also AR-ready. Users can explore the communal town called Tamatown where the pets to interact with others. There are also a few mini games that users can play within the app that rewards you with more coins and unlocks the different levels available in the game. You can now have multiple characters as well and you can even pick their outfits. And now with the touchscreen capabilities of smartphones and tables, users can pet and tickle their Tamagochis.

What they didn’t take away from the original game? The amount of poop that the pets can make. Apparently, this pint-sized pet can still generate quite a surprising amount from eating mostly apples and chocolate bars.

Throwback feels anyone?

Tekken 7: Patch Fixes Bugs In PlayStation 4 To Be Released In December 14th

Avid fans of the popular game Tekken 7 will be receiving a new update patch. The patch will likely reduce the Tekken 7’s input lag.  Gamers who are using the PlayStation 4 noticed an input lag while playing the game.

 

An online report claims that the Tekken 7’s patch will be launched on December 14. The announcement prompted avid fans to express excitement on the rumored game patch.

 

The news comes following the announcement Motohiro Okubo that Tekken 7 will have its upcoming input lag update.  Okubo is the Tekken & Soul Calibur producer. Okubo reportedly mentioned that the patch will be rolled out for Tekken 7 during the TWT Finals.

 

Moreover, some game enthusiasts claim that Tekken 7 will have a low input lag from the start when another game, Soul Calibur 6 will be released. This is because the producer of Soul Calibur 6 is the same producer of Tekken 7.

 

In fact, both games are being developed by in-house two teams who treat each other as rivals. However, the producer of both games claims that there will be some “good and challenging elements that come from this,” in reference to the teams as rivals.

 

 

The game’s input lag was a result of the engine changes that was made on Unreal Engine 4. With this, avid fans of Tekken 7 estimates that an input lag is expected to reduce to about 5.72 frames.

 

But what we know so far is that Tekken 7 is the only present game that was publicly announced to have an input lag reduction. Other popular games like Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite, and Street Fighter 5 have also an input delay, however, less than the aforesaid game.

My Hero Academia: Bandai Namco Releases Screenshots For Switch, PS4, Nintendo

Game developer Bandai Namco has teased their avid fans. The company has finally released screenshots for its upcoming game— the My Hero Academia: One’s Justice.

The screenshots of My Hero Academia: One’s Justice gave the avid fans the opportunity to have a sneak peek of the game. Fans can look at the various screenshots online via Siliconera, the game’s official Japanese website.

However, Bandai Name did not release yet any additional details about the game.  What we know so far is that My Hero Academia: One’s Justice will roll out in PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch.

The screenshots show Izuku Midoriya as the game’s main protagonist and omura Shigaraki as the villain.  Bandai Namco has yet to announce the release date of the game.

One thing for sure is that Bandai Namco will share more details about My Hero Academia: One’s Justice. Fans are expecting that new details will be shared in the annual Jump Fest 2018 expo in Japan.

Also, the game developer will release the game’s trailer on December 16 at an expo. My Hero Academia: One’s Justice became popular in Japan back in 2014 when it started as a manga series.

What started as  a manga series eventually adapted into an anime. The anime’s third season is already in the works. The anime features an eight volumes of manga series.

To date, the franchise has produced one video game which is the My Hero Academia: Battle for All released in 2016 on 3DS gaming console.