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Japan: Namcot Collection will include an NES demake of Pac-Man Championship Edition

Namcot Collection, a collection of Famicom games from Namco, is supposed to be releasing on the Nintendo Switch in Japan on June 18th. There will be a retail and digital version, but the latter has an interesting bonus. You’ll be able to buy each of the games individually as DLC. It is not known how much each game will cost individually, but the entire packaged retail version is 2,640 yen, which is about $25.

If you purchase ten or more of the DLCs, players will be able to download an NES “demake” of Pac-Man Championship Edition for free. This version of Pac-Man Championship Edition released on the Xbox 360 in 2007. As for features, Namcot Collection supports save states and “various screen display settings”, as well as English support. You can see the full list of games for yourself down below.

  • Pac-Man
  • Galaga
  • The Tower of Druaga
  • Battle City
  • Star Luster
  • Family Jockey
  • Yokai Dochuki
  • Wagan Land
  • Dragon Spirit: The New Legend
  • Mendel Palace
  • Splatterhouse: Wanpaku Graffiti

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    1. A “demake” is basically an existing game being made with lesser features and sometimes with more technological restraints than the real version currently has, such as being made on a previous generation of hardware. Gang Garrison 2- a “demake” of Team Fortress 2- is a good example of this.

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      1. Um, maybe?

        Let’s put it this way. Let’s say you try to make Super Mario Galaxy on the SNES. Sure, you could probably get the basic level structure pretty similar to the actual game, but you’d be limited to 2D gameplay. The Wii remote being used to collect star bits and activate Mario’s spin would not be possible either- those mechanics would need to be either reworked or removed entirely.

        THAT is a demake.

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      2. π‘΅π’Šπ’π’•π’†π’π’…π’ π‘­π’Šπ’“π’”π’• 𝑢𝒓𝒅𝒆𝒓 𝑹𝒆𝒂𝒗𝒆𝒓 says:

        Another example is Rayman Arena for the first Playstation… It’s incredible how Ubisoft made the game first on PS2, then Gamecube snd Xbox and then PS1.

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  1. You guys who are pointing out the typo here and being straight up smart arses about it, when it’s an easy mistake to make and you have all done it guaranteed. You are the worse kind of people. Leave this guy alone and actually discuss the topic at hand, but instead you all only commented here to make fun. :/

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  2. oops my bad I didn’t actually read the article before I wrote that :p it was actually called that. Not a typo. My bad. I retract my statement. You saw nothing…. lol. :p

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    1. What I’m seeing is “you can get ALL included items together for this price, but if you want just one or two parts of it, you can just get those for less. Just be aware it will be cheaper to get the whole package than to purchase individually.”

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