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Bandai Namco Reiterates Support For Nintendo Switch In Financial Report

Support for the Nintendo Switch doesn’t show any signs of slowing and Bandai Namco have now chimed in and reiterated their support for the new console. Coming from the company’s financial report which was released earlier today, we can still expect three titles from the publisher by April next year: a Taiko no Tatsujin game, an unnamed Tales-series game, and a Dragon Ball licensed game tentatively listed as Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2.



9 thoughts on “Bandai Namco Reiterates Support For Nintendo Switch In Financial Report”

  1. Eh, I’ll believe it when I see it. I don’t trust Namco.

    Especially with the Tales series and their habit of releasing a game for a non-Sony system and then releasing a more complete version in PlayStation, therefore screwing over those who played it on the other systems.

  2. I trust Bandai Namco. They have been truly one of Nintendo’s most trusted supporters when making games for Nintendo systems including Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and Nintendo 3DS and its published arcade game (and port) Pokken Tournament (Pokemon Tekken in Germany).

  3. Waiting for Dragonball Xenoverse still,Wondering if its still coming. Digimon would be good to have too. I haven’t bought the new ones on PS4 yet so maybe they can port those over or just include the new ones coming out

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