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Pac-Man: Waka Waka available on select devices via Alexa's Voice Control

Bandai Namco has announced that it has officially started the distribution of Pac-Man: Waka Waka. The title is available on a number of devices compatible with Amazon's voice assistance: Alexa. The gameplay of the title ...
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Bandai Namco is planning to celebrate the 40 years of Pac-Man in style

Believe it or not, Pac-Man's 40th anniversary will be celebrated next year and Bandai Namco is planning a series of celebrations that will last a full year in honor of the famous "patch ..."

Ms. Pac-Man - Bandai Namco sues AtGames for copyright infringement

Bandai Namco is filing a lawsuit against retro console maker AtGames for copyright infringement of using characters from the world of Ms. Pac-Man. The allegations appear to be very serious since, according to the dispute ...
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PAC-MAN Maker: what is BANDAI NAMCO in mind?

It seems that in the last hours BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment has recorded a series of trademarks for Europe, including a very special one. This is PAC-MAN Maker and, if the company's intent was not ...

Can Switch become a problem for Nintendo?

Nintendo is having a great time. Since the release of Switch, the company seems to have regained a place among the big names in video games, after the step ...

Sony sued for digital "monopoly"

Two years ago, Sony stopped selling download codes for its games at retailers like Amazon, Best Buy, and Walmart. Now...

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