Bandai Namco showcased a number of new launches alongside its portfolio of classic titles at this year’s IAAPA show.
The strength of the company’s product range was on display at the event held 12- 16 November with a slew of debuts lined-up.
Halo: Fireteam Raven has already been grabbing headlines and generating strong incomes on venue floors with its four-player variant and IAAPA saw the first showing of the streamlined two player model. Featuring the same gameplay, high end graphics and online capabilities as its larger counterpart the unit has helped to tap into the highly lucrative home console player market.
The increasing prominence of redemption gaming shows little sign of slowing and in turn Bandai Namco’s support of the form was suitably conclusive.At the show the company had Jumbo Jumpin’ the latest and greatest version of the classic Jumpin’ Jackpot game as well as Bloz Breaker from Adrenaline Amusements and the Redeem Machine from Andamiro.