Pac-In-Time, like Mario is Missing!, was one of my favorite games when I was younger. It wasn’t a good game. Pac-Man Championship Edition 2 [official site] is, however, and you can see for yourself how good it actually is today.
Patrick Mann has been hard in training and is returning this September for another crack at the title. Bandai Namco today announced Pac-Man Championship Edition 2, a follow-up to the unexpectedly and unreasonably good spin-off from their dot-gobbler. It barely resembles ye olde Pac-Man, and it is also very loud and colourful. Good video games. When Championship Edition 2 arrives in September, Pat will be battling bosses and all. Have a gander in the announcement trailer:
Up is down, red is green, and I don’t know what to make of this world where Bandai Namco are again releasing Pac-Man games actually want to play. Well, mostly. But Pac-Man Championship Edition is ridiculous and wonderful and colourful, Pac-Man 256 has its fans, and ooh! looks like Patrick Mann may be returning with another Championship Edition. That’s if listings from South Korea’s game ratings board aren’t more ‘hilarious’ pranks from Ian Video Games. He has been mighty giggly lately, scampering away whenever you try to corner him, so you never know.