Bandai Namco Games in this week’s METRO

Bandai Namco recently invited press over to attend the “Jump Festa” event in Japan. Metro published a full page article on the event this week! Metro says that Bandai Namco Games was the most prominent publisher at the Jump Festa. “Bandai Namco seems to want to bridge the gap between Japan and the West. Not only because they release games of popular manga in Europe, like Dragon Ball and Naruto, but also because they see that the Western gamers have a renewed hunger for typical Eastern media.” Metro is a free daily tabloid published by Metro Holland. Metro appears from Monday to Friday, with a circulation of 510,000 copies. METRO reaches out to a daily average audience of 1.3 million readers and it’s the second biggest daily newspaper in the Netherlands. Metro is distributed free railway stations, subway stations, post offices, district offices, libraries, Q-Park car parks, universities and schools. Metro is published in 71 international editions, 19 countries and 18 languages in Europe, North and South America and Asia.