Bandai Namco have today revealed that they will be bringing their biggest stand ever to MCM London Comic Con, which is held on October 24th – 26th.
They will be showcasing their incredible line-up of games, including:
- Dragon Ball Xenoverse
- Tales of Hearts R
- Project Cars
- Adventure Time: The Secret of the Nameless Kingdom
- Digimon All Star Rumble
- Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution
- Tales of Xillia 2
- Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures 2
They will have attendance from Tales series producer, Hideo Baba, Dragon Ball Xenoverse development studio, DIMPS: Development Producer Masahiro Kashino and Technical Director Hiroshi Waki. A rare public showing by Dark Souls II developer FromSoftware, Line Producer Yuzo Kojima and Game Director Yui Tanimura will be made only on Saturday 25th October.
Attendees will also be able to attend signign sessions from Mr Kashino and Hideo Baba on Saturday at 1pm, every hour up until 4pm. Sunday will be between 11am – 2pm. Anyone that appears in cosplay as a character from either the Tales Of series or the Dragon Ball series during the signing sessions will get their photo taken and a thank you gift. Signings with Yuzo Kojima and Yui Tanimura will take place Saturday 11am – 1pm on the BANDAI NAMCO Games stand. Chris Pearce, Product Manager for Bandai stated:
Bandai are excited to be showcasing upcoming collector and toy lines at Comic-Con this year and are really looking forward to working with BANDAI NAMCO Games on our first major UK show collaboration
Lee Kirton, PR & Marketing Director for BANDAI NAMCO Games UK added:
We are very pleased to be showcasing our brilliant games alongside Bandai at MCM London Comic Con. We have some of the most diverse and exciting games for fans of all ages and genres and we are pleased to continue supporting this great show. Dreams, Fun and Inspiration
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