Namco Museum For The Switch Gets Two Versions Of Pac-Man

News // Namco Museum // By pets_torrefranca // 30 June 2017

Namco Museum For The Switch Gets Two Versions Of Pac-Man
Namco Museum is finally coming to the Nintendo Switch on July 28th. Namco's classic collection of retro games will come with a $29.99 price tag and it includes the critically acclaimed Gamecube multiplayer game called Pac-Man Vs.  which is considered to be one of the best version of World Video Game Hall of Fame inductee. Pac-Man Vs. is not that classic compared to the other game's included in the collection for the Switch. Launched in 2003, this version restricts single-player play, the gameplay is based on the principles of cops and robbers or Indians and cowboys which needs another player to play either Pac-Man or the Ghosts. It still follows the classic gameplay wherein Pac-Man goes on a feeding spree and the Ghosts (controlled by other players will try and corner the yellow protagonist. 
Capture of Pacman Versus
Namco Museum for the Nintendo Switch also includes the original Pac-Man version and other nine classic games like Galaga, Galaga '88, Dig Dug, The Tower of Druaga, Sky Kid, Rolling Thunder, Rolling Thunder 2, Splatterhouse, and Tank Force. 
Namco Museum was originally developed for the original PlayStation and has 6 volumes including the Encore released for the classic console. Check out Namco Museum's announcement trailer below and stay tuned for more gaming news and updates.

"Namco Museum Pacman vs. Announcement Trailer"

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