Namco Holiday Line-up Aims for Easy Gifting

Posted by at 12:14 pm on November 6, 2009

Namco Bandai Games has developed a holiday line-up that includes something for everyone -“ from family game night enthusiasts and foodies, to life-long video gamers and adrenaline junkies. Shoppers will find games that fit any stocking and every personality on Wii, Nintendo DS, Xbox 360, PlayStation, and the PSP.

“Namco Bandai is all about fun and we continue to create games that entertain and engage every type of game player,” said Todd Thorson, director of marketing and public relations, Namco Bandai Games America. “This holiday line-up brings a great value and a lot of enjoyment to families and gamers.”

Titles from Namco Bandai’s holiday line-up include:

  • Active Life: Extreme Challenge for Wii, E for Everyone – $39.99 or $59.99 with the Mat Controller -“ Suh-weet! Using the Active Life mat controller in tandem with the Wii Remote, this active game incorporates your entire body into the gameplay and gets your heart pumping as you channel your inner adrenaline junkie. The extreme sequel to the popular Active Life: Outdoor Challenge of last year, this pumped-up version has more than 15 exciting new activities like rock climbing, kite-surfing and street luge to bring extreme outdoor sports into the comfort of the living room.
  • Food Network: Cook or Be Cooked for Wii, E for Everyone – $39.99 -“ Developed in collaboration with the Food Network Kitchens’ executive chefs, this game will turn even the most novice cook into a star chef. Utilizing the motion control capabilities of the Wii system, gameplay trains players in the proper movements and techniques to become a pro in the kitchen as they master more than 30 recipes. Food Network personalities, Vice President of Marketing and The Next Food Network Star judge Susie Fogelson, and Food Network Kitchens chef Mory Thomas, will even appear to guide players along the way, making this the perfect gift for foodies, aspiring chefs and kitchen-phobes alike.
  • Tekken 6 for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, T for Teen – $59.99 or $149.99 for the limited fight stick bundle -“ The world’s top-selling fighting franchise, with more than 33 million units sold worldwide, is back with its sixth installment, and hitting harder than ever. With the largest character roster in franchise history, endless customization options and new global online play capabilities, this title is a must have for any fighting game fan.
  • We Cheer 2 for Wii, E 10+ for Everyone 10 and older – $39.99 -“ The sequel to last year’s top-selling We Cheer, We Cheer 2 transforms the Wii Remotes into pom-poms as players follow on-screen cheer squads to perform, like, totally awesome cheer routines to an all-new soundtrack of licensed hits. With various single and multiplayer modes, endless customization options, and now boys on the team, players of all ages will get their hearts pumping as they master their moves in We Cheer 2.
  • Dragon Ball: Raging Blast for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, T for Teen – $59.99 -“ Based on the most popular anime series of all time, this ultimate action fighting game culls more than 70 characters, including transformations, to relive epic battles from the Dragon Ball Z series. Featuring the series’ trademark combat battle style, Dragon Ball: Raging Blast will deliver an array of exciting gameplay features, including powerful and customizable attacks, stunning HD graphics, and online or offline versus and tournament modes. If there’s a major Dragon Ball fan on your list, be sure to also pick up the action-adventure side-scrolling platformer Dragon Ball: Revenge of King Piccolo (E10+ for Everyone 10 and older – $39.99) for Wii and the turn-based RPG Dragon Ball Z: Attack of the Saiyans (E10+ for Everyone 10 and older – $29.99) for Nintendo DS.
  • Katamari Forever for PlayStation 3, E for Everyone – $49.99 -“ Loved by fans worldwide, the crazy, zany world of Katamari is back -“ complete with new stages, visual effects, and full 1080p HD resolution. This unique habit-forming game comes to PlayStation 3 for the first time and is a sure hit for the whole family.
  • Soulcalibur: Broken Destiny for PSP system, T for Teen – $39.99 -“ The latest entry in the Soulcalibur series, the premier weapons-based one-on-one fighter, comes to the PSP system for the first time. With robust and challenging single-player modes, head-to-head multiplayer, new characters and gorgeous visuals, this title offers endless -“ and portable -“ entertainment.

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