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Bandai Namco is developing arcade games using the Cell chip from Sony's PlayStation 3. The deal between the publisher and format holder will mark the first time that Sony's Cell processor has been used commercially...
Mammoth Japanese toy company ceasing console and deck development, focusing solely on software. TOKYO--According to Japanese site Mainichi Interactive, Bandai will no longer be developing hardware for videogames. The news was revealed...
Reuters is reporting that Nintendo has bought 2.6 percent of Japan's largest toymaker. The transaction of 1.28 million shares comes after a Bandai shareholder approached Nintendo and asked if they would like to acquire the...