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The games based on mangas steal the show on the E3 2014

The games based on mangas steal the show on the E3 2014

June 16, 2014 2:36 am0 comments

During this E3 we have seen the progress on the new games of known franchises like Uncharted, Assassin’s Creed, Forza, Zelda, and Battlefield; but it’s some of the “less known” titles which have drawn more our attention.

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Developed by Bandai-Namco, the games based on animes and mangas known inside and outside Japan managed to steal the focus from more popular franchises, be it for their complex playing style, their graphic quality or the novelty they presented.

On one side, we have Lord of the Fallen, the greatest bet of the Japanese studio for winning the market for the role games situated on fantasy worlds, where its characters live epic adventures, filled with monsters, castles and different species to fight and forge alliances with.

What we could see on Lord of the Fallen is that it is a somewhat atypical title because it mixes elements of games like Dark Souls, another great Bandai-Namco success, and classics like World of Warcraft or even Skyrim.

Graphically, the game looks great, but we will have to wait for what the gamer’s community has to say about the most recent epic title of the Japanese company.

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Another product that drew our attention was no more and no less that another videogame based on the universe of the Dragon Ball Z anime.

We are of course talking about the Dragon Ball: Xenoverse, a fight title that will be launched next year for last and present generation consoles.

During the closed door event within the framework of the E3 that was held by Bandai-Namco to present its new releases, there wasn’t much talk about the novelties brought by Xenoverse, but the progress we could see highlighted the graphic level of this game and the addition of characters of the three sagas in Dragon Ball Z: The Freezer Saga, the Cell Saga and the Majin Buu Saga.

Other titles that were mentioned were Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution and a new Pac-Man game.

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