Pac-Man World Re-Pac is one of those handy games that tells you when your game is 100% complete! That being said, the game doesn’t quite tell you how to 100% complete it, so it can be a little bit tricky. On every platform but Nintendo Switch, you simply have to finish all of the game’s associated achievements. However, the Switch version doesn’t have achievements, so the requirements are slightly different. We’re going to go over all of them, so let’s begin!
Pac-Man Museum+ includes fourteen games from Pac-Man’s past — but some of them require unlocking. For the most part, this is rather straightforward. That being said, some players have complained that they’ve met the unlock requirements but the game won’t recognize them! Fortunately, this is easily fixed, and we’ve got the explanation included right here. Let’s break it down!
It’s 2022. By now, you’d think that video game companies would have learned that consumers love having easy access to their classic titles. But no — instead, you’ve got companies like Nintendo drip-feeding Nintendo 64 games to their Nintendo Switch Online subscribers and companies like Sega charging $40 for a package of decades-old remasters. It’s sort of a breath of fresh air, then, that Namco’s latest Pac-Man collection includes tons of games at a fairly reasonable price. In fact, it’s the perfect example of a classic compilation done right. It’s certainly not perfect, but what’s on offer here is quite generous.
Arcade tokens are Pac-Man Museum+’s central currency system, and they’re used to play games and earn new furniture and figurines. Sure, you can earn tokens by playing repeated rounds of Pac-Man, Pac-Land, Pac-Mania, and the like — but you can earn them super fast by playing Pac-Motos. This is one of Museum+’s unlockable titles, and it’s obtained by playing Pac-In-Time twice. More details here! In the meantime, let’s get into the farming method and how you can earn hundreds of tokens in just a short time.
Pac-Man has always been a rather interesting Figure Player — and that’s not necessarily a compliment. Back in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, Pac-Man was initially one of the worst characters in the game. Eventually, a group of dedicated trainers figured out the missing piece of the puzzle: his three-hit jab. It looks like history repeats itself, because the same is true for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate! If you’d like to learn more about Pac-Man’s metagame history, you can do so over at his corresponding wiki page. Otherwise, let’s jump right into today’s training!