They show the first gameplay of Pac-Man World: Re-PAC

They show the first gameplay of Pac-Man World: Re-PAC

One of the ads that fans liked the most during the Nintendo Direct Mini last week was Pac-Man World: Re-PACa title that brings back to life the saga that was born in the first PlayStation. This led fans to wonder what kind of changes would be implemented in this version, and luckily we can already find out thanks to a video.

The new data came directly from the Anime Expo 2022in which bandai namco He decided to share much more of this game, and fans noticed that there are new moves as well as some fixes. Also, this time the main character’s family doesn’t have to be rescued at all to get to the end of the 3D adventure.

Here you can check the gameplay:

On the other hand, the account Twitter nicknamed @DailyPacMan shared a very detailed summary with images and new features that this long-awaited remake will have.

Here you can check it:

More details of Pac-Man World: Re-Pac have been discussed at Bandai Namco’s Anime Expo live stream.

-The hover jump allows Pac-Man to hover in the air for a moment.

-Like the GBA version, rescuing the Pac family is optional.

-The UI was changed to make it easier to track items.

Also:

-There will be additional polishing on platforms so Pac-Man doesn’t slip off certain edges he jumps onto.

-Pac-Man becomes “Mega Pac” by eating a Power Pellet.

-Toc-Man has a jetpack and shoots Pac-Man. He also seems to be involved in the battle of the Galaxian King.

Remember that Pac-Man World: Re-PAC the premiere 26 of August in PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Nintendo Switch and PC.

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Publisher’s note: With this remake Bandai Namco has marked two expected remasterings, first it will be that of the Klonoa franchise and now with Pac-Man and his world in three dimensions. This could give Digimon fans hope, as many are expecting new versions of early PlayStation adventures.

Via: nintendo life

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