Bandai Namco Entertainment

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Bandai Namco Entertainment
Type Subsidiary of Bandai Namco Holdings
Founded March 31, 2006 (Namco Bandai Games)
2014 (Bandai Namco Games)
2015 (Bandai Namco Entertainment)
Headquarters Tokyo, Japan
Key people not disclosed
Industry video games
Products Video games
Number of people not disclosed

Bandai Namco Entertainment, Inc. is a video game publisher subsidiary of Bandai Namco Holdings.

Namco Bandai Games

In February 2005, Namco merged with Bandai forming Bandai Namco Holdings. The two companies operated independently under the holding company until March 31, 2006, when the development divisions of the two companies were merged into Namco Bandai Games.

The development division of Namco Bandai Games was spun out into Namco Bandai Studios in 2012.

Bandai Namco Games

Namco Bandai Games was renamed Bandai Namco Games in 2014.

Bandai Namco Entertainment

Bandai Namco Games was renamed Bandai Namco Entertainment in 2015.

Games by Namco Bandai Games

Title System Release Notes
Pac-Man Championship Edition Android, iOS, Maemo, NES, PSP, Roku, Xbox 360, Windows 2007 The NES version was developed by M2 and Coke774.
Namco Museum Virtual Arcade Xbox 360 2008 Emulation of arcade versions of Galaxian, King & Balloon, Rally X, Baraduke, Bosconian, Dig Dug II, Dragon Buster, Dragon Spirit, Galaga '88, Grobda, Mappy, Metro-Cross, Motos, Pac & Pal, Pac-Mania, Pole Position, Pole Position II, Rolling Thunder, Sky Kid, Sky Kid Deluxe, and The Tower of Druaga, plus the Xbox Live Arcade versions of Dig Dug, Galaga, Galaga Legions, Mr. Driller Online, Ms. Pac-Man, New Rally X, Pac-Man, Pac-Man Championship Edition, and Xevious, as well as ports of the PSP versions of Dig Dug Arrangement, Galaga Arrangement, and Pac-Man Arrangement.
Pac-Man Battle Royale Arcade 2011