With E3 2019 – and the long media trial that it generated – now behind us, the time has come to prepare for the other big annual videogame fair, the Gamescom in Cologne, which will take place from 21 to 24 August.
Bandai Namco Entertainment does not seem willing to be caught unprepared and has already unveiled the list of games that will be presented at the German event. Among them are all the titles inspired by Japanese animation announced recently, such as Dragon Ball Z Kakarot, One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4 and One Punch Man: A Hero That Nobody Knows. Also present were the awaited Codes Vein, The Dark Pictures Anthology: Man of Medan and RAD, as well as Disney Tsum Tsum. All the above-mentioned titles can be played freely by the participants at Hall 6 A40 / B40.
Dragon Ball Z Kakarot
Go beyond the battles and experience the world of Dragon Ball Z. The title will be playable for the first time in a consumer event in Europe!
Shape your team and embark on a journey to the end of hell to reveal your past and escape your current nightmare!
One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4
Play with more characters than ever and make new discoveries on the plot of. Playable for the first time ever in a world exclusive!
The Dark Pictures Anthology: Man of Medan
The first game of the Dark Pictures Anthology brings the supernatural horror in the South Pacific.
One-Punch Man: A Hero That Nobody Knows
Form a team with your favourite heroes and villains, develop your fighting techniques and demonstrate who is the best!
Venture into Fallow – a radioactive land devastated in constant mutation, full of unknown and abominable creatures – and evolve into something different, maybe even cooler.
Disney Tsum Tsum Disney
it’s famous Tsum Tsum plush characters arrive on Nintendo Switch for the first time.