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Well now this was unexpected, for me! Will update with more details.
Brock, you have many wild opinions, but this is too far. Pac-Mom is garbage. Give her a nose, damn it! And why are her limbs so damn skinny?? She's a cheap replacement and she always will be.Pacmom looking good as always
If that's a fix then it is irreparable. Those eyes are weird! Why doesn't she have Pac-Man style eyes??they fixed her eyes!
That would also be swell for me, but I have to wonder how important Ms. Pac-Man is to the game since the game did star her as the main character. Would it be effective of a draw if it's not starring the main character of the game?I wonder if they will ever do Miss Pac Man Maze Madness with this new replacement for Her
Well they sure do love doing pac man double pacs, so I'm sure we'll see it!You know, now that I think about it, Bandai Namco could have taken the route of combining Re-Pac and Museum+ into one 60 dollar game instead of two games that total to 60 dollars. The original World had Pac-Man arcade as a bonus - the option to go to the arcade could have replaced it. I suppose it's nicer on a consumer end, let's you get what you want, and maybe a high price would've killed the launch. Just a thought.
Ahhh okay. I wasn't sure if this was an exclusive or not. The whole marketing thing of not mentioning other platforms in the Direct, etc. Thanks for clarifying!It wasn't, the job listing was for a Nintendo contract work this isn't a contract work for Nintendo considering is multiplatform and Nintendo lack of stake on the game.
It was...a weird game. More surreal and dreary in its locations, with more of a combat focus. And a much more in-depth story with lots of actually pretty solid voice acting. I never beat it, though. A remake could polish it up, but I don't know how they'll handle the tone and story.I want 2 but iirc 3 was outsourced and not up to snuff… anyone have any positive memories of it?
Are you referring to the main theme of beloved arcade game Pac-Mom?While rewatching the Re-Pac trailer, I had a few thoughts:
- Hey, this game did something that years of Intellivision Amico pandering could not - it made Tommy Tallarico truly relevant in the modern era (he composed the original game).
- ...hey, wait a minute, this soundtrack heavily references the music from Ms. Pac-Man. The title screen music, for instance, is a remix of Ms. Pac-Man's "They Meet" cutscene, and that track is used in the trailer. Does Bandai Namco own the music to Ms. Pac-Man? Or do they have to pay royalties to AtGames if the Ms. Pac-Man music is remixed?