Last year, MyArcade looked to bring an arcade-style experience to gamers with the introduction of a trio of Data East games in mind-arcade cabinets, featuring the classic NES games they were based upon. Today, the company has announced that it's adding to the line-up, this time with a few iconic Bandai Namco favorites.
The company has announced that two different Pac-Man games, one in a handheld format and another based around an arcade machine, will be available this year, along with arcade variations of Dig-Dug and Galaga. The games will be based upon the NES builds, but will feature authentic arcade style design.
All of these games are currently being previewed at MyArcade's CES booth in Las Vegas, for those that are in town for the show.
The games are expected to release sometime this year for the price of $35 apiece, and there could be more Bandai Namco games to come down the line as well.
"We are honored to work with Bandai Namco Entertainment to bring such iconic titles to a new generation of gamers," remarked Crystal Dugan, My Arcade's Marketing Manager. "PAC-MAN, Dig Dug, and Galaga are nostalgic titles for myself and everyone who grew up playing them at their local arcade. They are such an important part of gaming history and we are thrilled to bring these back in a unique way to a whole new audience."
Check out the images of the games throughout this article – then get ready to add to your line-up!0comments