It's a term used by TEP's in the UK (Manchester) as a way of greeting each other. But when said you've got to drag the 'AI' at the end as they do.
You:Oh Bandai!!! Long time man where you been?

Other:Ive been chilling innit!
by Ozair Idris October 27, 2008
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A definition added just to give Hayate_Kibagami closure.
Now we can stop bugging Nightbot about "bandai namco" for a few streams.
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Some weird bot YouTube channel that posts random beeping videos every 2 minutes.
Guy 1: Hey man have you seen Better Bandai yet?

Guy 2: *searches channel* Wtf is this?
by THICK JUICY MEATS February 18, 2021
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a bullshit anime game company that copies and pastes code and uses different art for there games to make a profit over the market they monopolise
i played some jumpforce it was laggy and glichy, of course i didn't expect much being made by Bandai Scamco
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The U.S. unit of the Japanese company Bandai Visual. Bandai Visual produces anime for the Japanese market. While some of the titles that Bandai Visual USA has brought over are classics (e.g. Gunbuster, The Wings Of Honneamise), they greatly overcharge for their products. Their pricing scheme assumes that American customers and Japanese customers will spend the same amount of money on anime. However, while Japanese customers are used to paying $50 for 2 episodes of anime (from a TV series; OVA's are even more expensive), American customers are used to paying $25-$30 for 4-5 episodes of anime (and even less than that for box sets). In addition, their DVD's are sub-only (no English dubs), and very little or no extra features. Finally, while some of their DVD's are high-definition (Blu-Ray/HD-DVD), they charge even more for those.
Some properties licensed by Bandai Visual USA include:

Freedom (OVA)
Gunbuster & Gunbuster 2
Super Robot Wars OG
The Wings Of Honneamise (movie)

Otaku 1: I just bought the first DVD of Freedom for $40 and a HD-DVD of the Wings of Honneamise for $80!
Otaku 2: Do you realize how stupid you are?!? The DVD for Freedom contains only ONE 25-minute episode, and you shouldn't be paying more than $40 for an HD-DVD movie! Baka! (Japanese for idiot)
Otaku 2: (hits Otaku 1 on the head with a giant stick)
by JasonMath December 17, 2007
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