Bandai Namco joins Digital Kids Show line up this October

Video game publisher Bandai Namco Entertainment UK is the latest big name game maker to sign up to this year’s Digital Kids Show.

The game developer will be bringing two of its latest releases to showcase at the family event that takes place at EventCity in Manchester this October.

Project Cars and Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 will be showcased over the two day event, alongside the Oculus Rift VR, offering family gamers the chance to experience the new tech.

Classic video game character Pac-Man will also be making an appearance during the show.

Digital Kids Show founder, Aisha Tilstone, said: “We are over the moon to wlecom Bandai Namco UK to the event. Parents will remember playing Pac-Man as a kid and their latest games have a real following too so we expect them to go down really well with families coming down to the show.”

Lee Kirton, PR and marketing manager, Bandai Namco UK, added: “We are really excited to attend the Digital Kids Show in October, we’ll be showcasing our latest version of Dragonball Xenoverse 2 a day after it launches in-store giving visitors to the show a first glimpse of the game.

“We are certain that Project Cars Oculus Rift will also be a great crowd pleaser with the most immersive racing car experience available.”

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