Fans of Bandai Namco are in for a treat, as the company has announced a multitude of titles would be coming to the West. These titles include “Tales of Berseria,” “Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure: Eyes of Heaven” and other titles that should please most gamers, specifically those that own a PS4 or a Vita.
“Tales of Berseria” is the first game in the “Tales of” series to feature a female protagonist and will be coming to the PS4 and PC, though no official release date has been announced. This will be the second “Tales of” game to come to the PS4, the first being “Tales of Zestiria.”
“Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure: Eyes of Heaven” is the latest fighting game based on the popular anime and manga. This is the first game in the series to come to a current-gen console, as the last one based on “Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure” came out on the PS3. “Eyes of Heaven” has a 2016 release window, with no official release date as of this writing.
The PlayStation Blog has confirmed that “God Eater: Resurrection” and “God Eater 2: Rage Burst” are coming to the PS4 and PS Vita in the summer of 2016. There hasn’t been a “God Eater” game that’s come to the West since the original game that came was on the PlayStation Portable (PSP), so this should please fans of the series.
“Mobile Suit Gundam Extreme Vs-Force” is a Vita exclusive and will be coming to the West sometime in 2016. The game will have players controlling legendary Gundams in fast-paced two-on-two battles. Players can also partake in missions from “mobile Suit Gundam” to “Mobile Suit Gundam Universal Century,” which should please fans of the anime and manga.
GameSpot has also revealed new details about the already announced “One Piece: Burning Blood.” The fighting game will not only come to PS4, Xbox One, PS3 and Xbox 360, but will also come to the PC as well. In addition to that, Bandai Namco has also announced a limited Marineford Edition, which comes with a figurine of Whitebeard and his grave, along with an artbook of the game.
It looks like 2016 will be a big year for Bandai Namco and fans of the game publisher. This isn’t including other games coming next year like “Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth” or “Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4.”