It’s a celebration of anime as PlayStation publisher Bandai Namco sells some of its all-time favorite and classic video games at a deep discount. Sales discounts include some of Bandai Namco’s most popular franchises such as naruto, dragonball and Digimon as well as anime-inspired games like .hack and the Tales series. So to all anime game fans, hurry up and buy your all time favorites because with such a sale the supplies won’t last long.
Some offers and prices include Dragon Ball Fighter Z for $23, which includes the FighterZ Edition for $47 and the Ultimate Edition for $55. You can also buy the FighterZ $17 half-price first pass, which includes eight additional fighters or you can select individual characters for $3 a la carte. We have not finished yet, you can also buy Dragon Ball Xenoverse for $10 or Xenoverse 2 for $15.
naruto fanatics will be amazed to know that Bandai Namco also has sales on Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker at $36, Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja and One Piece: Burning Blood for both $15. To not forget Gundam vs. can be purchased for $20 and Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm for $5. RPGs Tales of Berseria and .hack//GU last save went down to $15 and $20 respectively.
Critic Peter Brown wrote a review of Dragon Ball Fighter Z and had an intriguing choice of words towards the game.”[…] Past games have attempted to achieve this through huge character rosters and deliberately predictable trips to the past,” he said. “FighterZ bottled the essence of what makes the series’ characters, animation and sense of humor so beloved and reconfigured it into something new: a dragonball fighting game that can go hand in hand with the best of the genre.
He also went on to say that Dragon Ball was created specifically to reach the hearts of the most dedicated and loyal fans in their gaming audience. The qualities displayed throughout the game would attract even those unfamiliar with the gaming world and win them over.
Many of these games also have DLC packs on sale, so even if you already have some of these games in your possession, it wouldn’t hurt. To purchase any of the anime games listed above, head to the PlayStation website for details.