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Bandai Namco Announces Namco Museum Arcade Pac For Nintendo Switch

The team at Bandai Namco has announced that Namco Museum Arcade PAC is coming 28th September 2018 on Nintendo Switch. You be able to play plenty of retro themed games on your Switch whether it’s in docked mode or on the go in handheld mode.

Players will enjoy a 2-in-1 package of nostalgic hits including a collection of some of the biggest arcade games that started the arcade craze of the 1980s with PAC-MAN™, GALAGA™, Dig Dug™, and Pole Position™; or battle friends in Score Attack mode or square up one-on-one against a giant boss in the flashy maze madness of PAC-MAN Championship Edition 2 PLUS™, all in the comfort of home or on the go on the Nintendo Switch.

NAMCO MUSEUM ARCADE PAC features Namco Museum classics such as PAC-MAN, GALAGA, SPLATTERHOUSE™, and THE TOWER OF DRUAGA™ along with ROLLING THUNDER™, SKYKID, and TANK FORCE. Additionally, the highly acclaimed PAC-MAN CHAMPIONSHIP EDITION series makes its comeback to the Nintendo Switch® in PAC-MAN CHAMPIONSHIP EDITION 2 PLUS featuring eye-popping 3D graphics and over-the-top visuals, the latest version of the classic game takes chomping and chasing through mazes to a crazy new level. Players can enjoy this experience by themselves or with friends in an all new co-op mode, PAC-MAN CHAMPIONSHIP EDITION 2 PLUS 2P, available exclusively for the Nintendo Switch.

“NAMCO MUSEUM ARCADE PAC will take players back to a time when arcades ruled the video game scene without the need of a pocket full of quarters,” said Abelina Villegas, Associate Brand Manager for BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment America Inc. “Whether players prefer the traditional gameplay of chomping their way through a maze of PAC-dots or the updated faster gameplay of PAC-MAN CHAMPIONSHIP EDITION 2 PLUS, NAMCO MUSEUM ARCADE PAC is sure to deliver hours of fun to Nintendo Switch players of all ages.”


15 thoughts on “Bandai Namco Announces Namco Museum Arcade Pac For Nintendo Switch”

  1. Lowkey, I feel kinda cheated after playing and reviewing the original Namco Museum for Switch knowing they are reselling the game with a few more games and currently not offer those who bought the original the option of DLC. Still will probably buy it though for my shelf.

  2. Also, I think there is an error with this article looking at other sources and Namco themselves there has been no confirmation of Pole Position being added to the collection making my comment above pointless. Shame on whoever made that goof because now I look like a jackass.

    1. At least Bandai Namco is releasing Dragon Ball FighterZ for the Switch. Same release date as Namco Museum: Arcade PAC… September 28th, that is.

  3. If you want arcade perfection, I strongly recommend you to buy the Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection for Nintendo Switch.

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