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BANDAI NAMCO UK is set to join at Digital Kids Show this October!

One event we are particularly looking forward to this October is the Digital Kids Show, taking place at Event City in Manchester on the 29th & 30th October.

Our latest piece of news comes from BANDAI NAMCO UK as they are set to join in the fun over the weekend.

Please read to press release below to find out more.

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BANDAI NAMCO UK Gears Up For Digital Kids Show

Premiere video game publisher BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment UK is the latest major game maker to sign up for the Digital Kids Show, taking place at EventCity in Manchester on the 29 and 30 October 2016.

The highly regarded game developer will be bringing two of its latest releases to showcase at the family event including the hotly anticipated DRAGON BALL XENOVERSE 2 following its launch on 28 October.

Project CARS ‘Game Of The Year’ will also be showcased, with the addition of Oculus Rift VR offering family gamers the most realistic racing car experience possible. Families visiting the two-day digital event will be in for a real treat getting the opportunity to drive some of the most exciting super cars around.

What’s more, family favourite PAC-MAN will also be making appearances at the show throughout the weekend.

Digital Kids Show Founder, Aisha Tilstone said: “We’re over the moon to welcome 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 & Marketing Director at BANDAI NAMCO UK said: “We’re 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’re 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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