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Pac-Man Museum

Pac-Man Museum+ gameplay

Bandai Namco closed out the week with the launch of Pac-Man Museum+ on Switch, and those curious about the collection can now check out some gameplay. We have 35 minutes of footage on Switch.

Below is some additional information about Pac-Man Museum+:

Pac-Man Museum+ trailer

Pac-Man Museum+ has started to release, and Bandai Namco is celebrating the game’s arrival with a new launch trailer.

As a reminder, the collection includes fourteen different titles. You can find some additional information about the release below.

Pac-Man Museum+ physical

Bandai Namco is planning a physical version of Pac-Man Museum+, it’s been revealed. We’ve got a look at the boxart above.

Until now, there was no word on whether the package would be sold at retail in the west. But thanks to a listing on Amazon, we now have proper confirmation.

Pac-Man Museum+

Following the initial announcement in November, Bandai Namco has followed up with a release date for Pac-Man Museum+. The collection is slated for May 27, 2022, it was announced today.

Pac-Man Museum+ includes 14 different tiles. The lineup features Pac-Man, Super Pac-Man, Pac & Pal, Pac-Land, Pac-Mania, Pac-Attack, Pac-In-Time, Pac-Man Arrangement Arcade ver., Pac-Man Arrangement CS ver., Pac-Man Championship Edition, Pac Motos, Pac’N Roll Remix, Pac-Man Battle Royale, and Pac-Man 256.

Bandai Namco has announced that Pac-Man Museum +, a collection of 14 classic Pac-Man games, is coming to Switch early next year. Check out the announcement trailer below.

The Wii U Virtual Console releases of Pac-Land and Pac-Man Museum arrived on the North American Wii U eShop yesterday. Note that these games are also available in Europe, along with their launch discounts.


Namco Bandai announced Pac-Man Museum for a number of platforms last year including Wii U and 3DS. Today, the publisher finally shared a release date for the game’s PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC versions, but a mention of Nintendo systems was conspicuously absent.

We followed up with Namco Bandai and were told that, unfortunately, both eShop releases have been cancelled. Pac-Man Museum will no longer be available on Wii U and 3DS “as a result of delayed development,” a representative said.

If you’re still interested in Pac-Man Museum, you can pick up the title via PlayStation Network on February 25 and through Xbox Live Arcade/Steam on February 26.

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