Bandai Namco Entertainment is a very sizable third-party supporter for its Nintendo Switch, releasing both exclusives and ports on the stage. Today, they declared Namco Museum Arcade Pac to get Nintendo Switch, a collection of two previously published Switch games – Namco Museum and Pac-Man Championship Edition 2 Plus.
While it doesn’t yet have a price tag, we do know that the set will release on September 28, just a day after Dragon Ball FighterZ arrives to the hybrid console. Abelina Villegas, Associate Brand Manager at Bandai Namco Entertainment America, had the following to say regarding Namco Museum Arcade Pac:
Whether players choose the traditional gameplay of chomping their way through a maze of Pac-dots or the updated quicker gameplay of Pac-Man Championship Edition two Plus, Namco Museum Arcade Pac is guaranteed to provide hours of pleasure to Nintendo Switch players of all ages. ”
If you’d like to view our thoughts with this title, you can check our review.
Meanwhile, the Pac-Man Championship Edition 2 Plus is an improved variant of Pac-Man Championship Edition two for Nintendo Switch. While the original version of the game published in 2016, this vent came out in February. In addition to this iterative, but quicker paced gameplay it presents, Pac-Man Championship Edition 2 Plus also provides a Switch exclusive two-player more. To view DualShockers ideas on this name, you can take a look at our original review or our editorial about this particular game’s Nintendo Switch port.
You can have a look at the announcement trailer to your collection under. Namco Museum Arcade Pac is now poised to come to Nintendo Switch on September 28.