God Eater, Berseria, Gundam Extreme| More Bandai Namco Game Heading West

Bandai Namco is bringing several fan favorite titles to the West. God Eater Resurrection will be seeing a release on PS4, Vita, and PC here in the West. The God Eater franchise is an action RPG similar to the Monster Hunter franchise. Players use their wits and weapons to take down large creatures named Aragami. Resurrection is an upgraded version of the first game in the series which includes upgraded visuals and some gameplay additions from the sequel. It has no date yet. Of course, the sequel God Eater 2: Rage Burst will also be making its way to the West on the Playstation 4, Vita, and PC. You can take a look at the announcement trailer above.

A brand-new entry in the Tales of series, Berseria, will also be making it’s way to the West. Not only will Playstation 4 owners get to jump into the adventure, but so will PC owners. You can take a look at the Japanese trailer to get a better feel for the game.

For those anime fans out there, there is plenty to get excited about as Bandai Namco is bringing over three big franchises. For fans of giant mechs, Gundam Extreme VS-Force will join the battle on the Playstation Vita. The mecha action game features Gundam units from almost the entirety of the franchise. And for fans of the Shonen superhit, One Piece: Burning Blood will sail its way onto Playstation 4, Xbox One, Vita, and PC. Despite the series’ length, One Piece hasn’t had a proper fighting game, but Burning Blood is here to say better late than never. Finally, for those fans of dramatic posing and dropping steamrollers on things, JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Eyes of Heaven is coming to the West for the Playstation 4 in Summer 2016. Eyes of Heaven is a two-versus-two 3D action game. Similar to Power Stone or J-Stars Victory. You can take a look at the trailer above.


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Rob's been gaming since he was a wee lad. It all started with a NES, and a Super Mario Bros./Duck Hunt combo cart one Christmas morning. Since then, he's been an avid lover of all things video. He also likes comics, manga, movies, long walks on the beach, candlelit dinners and dogs. Rob is also quite adept at speaking in the third person.