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Namco Bandai Games Announces Pac-Man Museum


Namco Bandai Games has revealed that a Pac-Man compilation is in the works. Pac-Man Museum will include classic Pac-Man games in addition to newer arcade releases, and it will be coming to Europe and Australasia this winter via digital download on Xbox Live Arcade, PlayStation Network, Steam and the Nintendo eShop. Read more information on the upcoming Pac-Man collection below:

PAC-MAN MUSEUM will include classic PAC-MAN titles as well as newer arcade releases, allowing gamers to play through the evolution of PAC-MAN from his humble beginnings from 1980 through 2008’s critically acclaimed PAC-MAN Championship Edition* and 2010’s arcade smash-hit like PAC-MAN Battle Royale.

PAC-MAN Battle Royale turns PAC-MAN’s classic pellet chomping gameplay on its head with multiplayer madness and will be available for consoles and PCs for the very first time. The ghostly mayhem breaks out of the PAC-MAN formula and features an over-the-top experience for up to four players with each player controlling a PAC-MAN character to gobble up pellets, fruits and best of all… each other. Players will chomp their way to victory through fast-paced maze action with the constant threat of both ghosts and opposing PAC-MAN characters around every corner.

14 thoughts on “Namco Bandai Games Announces Pac-Man Museum”

  1. And people complain about Nintendo “rehashing” shit? Isn’t this the only thing Namco have been doing for some 15 years now? (Probably not, but seeing as how I’m an Internet God I’m entitled to make flippant remarks.)

  2. Why do people want to celebrate such unmanly things like Pac Man? Why won’t they grow some balls and celebrate something manly instead?

  3. Well I guess this would be a good deal to people who don’t have these games. I have the original on the DS but don’t have the last 2, so I may get this.

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