The Remake of the PS1 Game ‘Pac-Man World’ is Coming to Modern Consoles and PC


The world of Pac-Man games started out many years ago, in 1980. It came out in Japan for arcades, and it was originally called Puck-Man. Since those times, the series has evolved tremendously, and it will continue likewise even more than 40 years later.

‘Pac-Man World’ was released in 1999 for the first PlayStation console, and it was a great success. It marked the legendary Pac-Man going into the 3D era, which for many gamers was the best thing since sliced bread at that time. But the series is far from ending there.

Pac-Man World Re-Pac is coming for modern consoles and PC on August 26 reveals that Pac-Man World Re-Pac is Bandai Namco’s upcoming remake of the classic Pac-Man World that came out for the first PlayStation console back in 1999. The remake will arrive on August 26 for PC and consoles: PlayStation, Xbox, and Nintendo Switch. We’re assuming that the other consoles besides Nintendo Switch are PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S. The remake will obviously feature advanced graphics and better and smoother gameplay than the original game. Pac-Man World Re-Pac is far from what the classic concept of Pac-Man has to offer, such as a dull board with some spots eating smaller once and running away from stains that resemble ghosts.

Bandai Namco even released a relevant trailer to tell us more about what the upcoming remake will be capable of, and you are free to check it out below:

In Pac-Man World Re-Pac, the player gets the chance to solve various puzzles, get rid of those pesky ghosts, rescue the family, and a lot more. There even seems to be bosses in the game, judging by what we can see in the trailer. And surely a lot of us miss battling bosses in video games, as we can rarely see any nowadays!

The arrival of Pac-Man World Re-Pac is certainly a blessing not only for nostalgics!

Cristian Antonescu
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