Friday, 7 March 2014

Le Tour de Pac!


Forget Dark Souls 2, the real Namco Bandai game we were all waiting for is Pac Man and the Ghostly Adventures!

That's right, people of the UK can finally rejoice, as Pac Man and the Ghostly Adventures has launched, and to celebrate, Pac Man 'toured' London! To be honest, I think he was just getting some more 'Power Pellets' from his supplier, but ended up getting spotted! If seeing his trippy presence made you want to buy the game, than you can on your Xbox 360, PS3, Wii U and on Steam. It's based on the animated series that was aired on Disney XD, the channel only the coolest of 10 year olds can watch, and it's a 3D platformer, where the aim is to stop Betrayus, aka the undercover cop that betrayed Pac Man after his latest shipment of power pellets. Trust me, Pac Man is deep.

Oh yeah, and there's a 3DS side-scrolling version, but who'd want that?

In other Namco news, Soulcalibur II HD Online, which you can buy on the XBLA and PSN, has just received a new update! Mostly, it's just adding stuff to and fixing the online part of the game. In the update, you can now search an opponent by region (Making for less laggy matches), you can save online match search settings, there is a rematch option on Online Free Match Mode, and a communication quality meter is now next to your opponents ID, so you can see if your game will be nice and happy or downright laggy. Also, some character-specific bugs have been fixed.

Soulcalibur 2: The only arcade game people actually play online!

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