Bandai Namco may not have had a swish showcase event, but they sure have let loose a barrage of hot forthcoming titles at E3 2018.
First up, the manga/anime mashup Jump Force. See and read more in our news feature here.
Next up, the return SoulCalibur, in SoulCalibur VI. The 16th century brawler is a prequel to the oriignal, and even features a playable Geralt of Rivia from The Witcher. Launch date is October 19, for PS4 and Xbox One.
Get your squad together for My Hero One’s Justice, an arena brawler based on the series from Shōnen Jump. It’s launching for PS4, Xbox One and Switch in October this year.
Third-person action RPG Code Vein sees the player become an immortal soldier, created to counter the threat of mankind that appeared after a catastrophic event that eradicated most of the population. It’s set to drop on PS4 and Xbox One this September 28.
Want more brawler action? Sure thing – try Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker on for size! August 31 is the day, for PS4 and Xbox One.
The BAFTA-winning PC RPG Divinity: Original Sin II comes to PS4 and Xbox One in a “Definitive Edition”. This one’s also dropping on August 31.
An RPG classic is on its way to PS4, Xbox One and Switch in coming months, in the form of Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition. It’s set to feature upscaled screen resolution, plus characters, events and costumes that were never previously released outside of Japan.
PS4 and Xbox One players know the score with Dragon Ball FighterZ, and soon Switch players will be able to join the fray. How soon? Before the end of 2018 soon.
Bandai Namco also act as distributor for Square Enix, who held their own E3 2018 showcase featuring such upcoming titles as Just Cause 4, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Disney-Pixar/Final Fantasy mashup Kingdom Hearts III, Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age, Babylon’s Fall and The Quiet Man. Check them all out in our news piece here.