BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment America announces content plans for both DRAGON BALL Fighter Z and DRAGON BALL XENOVERSE 2.
They announce DRAGON BALL Super characters that are coming to DRAGON BALL Fighter Z and offer details on the Shenron System for scoring combos.
Todays announcement reinforces the organizations commitment to steadfast expansion via high-profile gaming partnerships and media collaborations.
The South Korean firm also recently announced the opening of its North American headquarters in Los Angeles.
to deliver 3D replay functionality in the online gaming phenomenon, PLAYERUNKNOWNS BATTLEGROUNDS (PUBG).
The robust 360-degree data capture technology powers the 3D Replay and Killcam features that will debut in PUBGs upcoming PC 1.0 release.
Building replay systems for battle royale, open world and massively multiplayer online games that typically feature huge maps and many objects interacting in real time presents many technical challenges, said Peter Kim, co-founder and CEO of Minkonet.
We know expectations from the community are high and our team worked side-by-side with the PUBG developers to design and deliver a never-before-seen, immersive replay experience that is sure to deliver countless hours of wow-factor moments and shareable content.
Minkonets 3D replay solution encompasses robust 360-degree high-definition data capture technology that smartly parses large amounts of data from complex and dynamic gaming environments free of playback slowdown or gamer lag.
Book Two of Ken Follett's The Pillars of the Earth is now available on and Steam, the second of three episodic releases for this interactive novel based on the traditional novel.
Book Three is expected in May of 2018, and Steam offers this brief description of Book Two: "Times are dire for Aliena, Jack and Philip, who find their country torn by war.
Dead or Alive 5 has finally come to an end, but the Dead or Alive team is very active.
Looking forward, I hope you'll continue to support Dead or Alive. Minkonet announces more details on the recently revealed replay system that will be part of the imminent version 1.0 release of PLAYERUNKNOWN'S BATTLEGROUNDS, which is set to leave early access on Wednesday.