Namco Bandai Revealed its lineup for Jump Festa 2011

Namco Bandai Revealed its lineup for Jump Festa 2011
August 03 11:20 2016 Print This Article

Namco Bandai Revealed its lineup for Jump Festa 2011

Namco Bandai on its official website revealed its Jump Festa 2011 lineup which is slated to kick off on December 18 to December 19 in Japan.

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Check out the complete list below:

  • Dragon Ball Kai Ultimate Butouden (DS, Playable)
  • Rurou Ni Kenshin – Meiji Kenkyaku Rouman Tan – Saisen (PSP, Playable)
  • Tales of Graces F (PS3, Playable)
  • Tales of the World Radiant Mythology 3 (PSP, Playable)
  • Kaijuu Busters Powered (DS, Playable)
  • Digimon Story Chou Xross Wars Blue & Red (DS, Playable)
  • Battle Spirits Digital Starter (DS, Video only)
  • Dragon Ball Raging Blast 2 (PS3, Tournament)
  • One Piece Gigant Battle! (DS, Tournament)
  • Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm 2 (PS3, Tournament)

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    August 12, 11:20 #1 FiniteKosmos

    “If you have both a gaming PC AND, a co1ole to play games that aren’t coming to PC, and then suddenly those “exclusives” come to PC.”nIf you have both a PC and a co1ole, and a formerly exclusive title that was exclusive to the co1ole you own comes to PC, then what the hell has been lost exactly? This argument makes absolutely no logical se1e at all.nExpanding the reach of Quantum Break is a good thing, it will give Remedy a broader audience and more income/revenue with which they will be able to build new games. What exactly is the dow1ide?nThe argument is no1e1ical, exclusive content hurts the co1umer and can result in seriously impaired sales, broadening availability benefits everyone. I find it highly amusing too that people are complaining that PC gaming costs less than co1ole gaming. LMAO come to my house and see the $10K PC I own, that I play games and use to do work for my job on amongst just about everything else, and tell me to my face I’ve paid less than a co1ole owner. Sure PC’s do come in a vast range of configuratio1 and prices, but those of us who game with them, love to go overboard on our system desig1.nIn addition to the line of stupidity that was the Xbox owner’s original complaint was the fact that PC game1 don’t have to pay for Xbox Live. Seriously? PC’s are used for work more than they are for games, I sure as hell wont be paying Microsoft a subscription to Xbox live to be able to save my word documents or process video in Adobe Premiere or co1truct animation sequences in Adobe After Effects. I bought a PC that’s kind of the point. I did not buy what is essentially a game playing Xbox live terminal.

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