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Namco Bandai Announces Intent to Increase Presence in Digital Distribution

Today, Namco Bandai Games revealed that they are going to make a greater push into the arena of digital distribution by expanding its presence on Xbox LIVE Games on Demand and the PlayStation Network's PlayStation Portable titles and PS One Classics. "Expanding our digital distribution presence across all major platforms is an essential part of our worldwide corporate strategy," said Robert Stevenson, Vice President of Online Development at Namco Bandai Games America Inc. "Through this initiative, our consumers will have access to our latest releases, bestsellers and hard to find classics with the press of a button." Titles currently available include Ridge Racer 6 on Xbox 360 for 1,600 Microsoft Points, Soulcalibur: Broken Destiny and Tekken 6 on PSP for $39.99, Ridge Racer for PSP for $14.99, and Me & My Katamari for $19.99. Coming in the first quarter of 2010 to Xbox 360 will be Beautiful Katamari, whose price has not yet been listed. Read More


Media: Soulcalibur: Broken Destiny Release Date and Kratos Footage

Soulcalibur: Broken Destiny is only a month and some change away from its PlayStation Portable release in the U.S., as Siliconera has revealed that the game will hit shelves on September 1st in North America. Until then, entertain yourself with some of these match-ups from a San Diego Comic-Con montage video, which features God of War's Kratos doing what he does best at the 1:33 mark: Video Games | Soul Calibur: Broken Destiny | SDCC 09: Kratos Gameplay (Cam)XBox 360 | Playstation 3 | Nintendo Wii "Spartans do not know the meaning of surrender," he says. That seems to be working out pretty well for him. Read More


SoulCalibur: Broken Destiny Dated for Japan

The Japanese SoulCalibur: Broken Destiny website has revealed a release date for the PSP port of SoulCalibur IV. Souls will be burning in bathrooms across Japan on August 27th. While no Western date has been announced yet, both SoulCalibur III and IV were actually released in North America shortly before they were released in Japan, so while it's unlikely that the game will be hitting our shores quite as soon as next month, it probably won't be too long after that. Broken Destiny removes the Star Wars characters from SoulCalibur IV, but replaces them with two new ones, including the weird-looking (even by SoulCalibur standards) Dampierre, and Kratos from God of War. You can probably look forward to getting your grubby North American hands on the game some time this fall. Read More


Media: Soulcalibur: Broken Destiny Debut Teaser and Interview

As it was recently revealed, Soulcalibur is making its way to the PlayStation Portable in the form of Broken Destiny, which appears to take place around the time of or after last year's Soulcalibur IV. Now, Namco Bandai has released a teaser trailer for the title, which is unfortunately about 27 seconds of warnings and logos and such, and 23 seconds of video resembling actual game footage. I guess that's why they call it a teaser. GameSpot also had a few words with one of the developers behind the game, who was willing to shed a little more light on what we can expect from this iteration. See what he has to say after the cut. Read More