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Tokyo

States rights for the game and released the game in the U.S. (United States) as "Pac-Man", for fear that kids might deface a Puck-Man cabinet by changing the 'P' to an 'F'. Due to its innovative concept and continuing international popularity, it is regarded as one of the all-time classic video games. Iwatani returned to his ''Pac-Man'' roots in 2007 when he developed ''Pac-Man Championship Edition'' for the Xbox 360, which he states is the final game he will develop.<


Japan

to the Japanese public on May 22 of that year, where it became a huge success. It caught the attention of arcade-game manufacturer Midway (Midway Games), who bought the United States rights for the game and released the game in the U.S. (United States) as "Pac-Man", for fear that kids might deface a Puck-Man cabinet by changing the 'P' to an 'F'. Due to its innovative concept and continuing international popularity, it is regarded as one of the all-time classic video games

it became a huge success. It caught the attention of arcade-game manufacturer Midway (Midway Games), who bought the United States rights for the game and released the game in the U.S. (United States) as "Pac-Man", for fear that kids might deface a Puck-Man cabinet by changing the 'P' to an 'F'. Due to its innovative concept and continuing international popularity, it is regarded as one of the all-time classic video games. Iwatani returned to his ''Pac-Man'' roots in 2007 when


Italy

;Raiders of the Lost Arcade" segment is a "non-stop barrage of game references" with jokes and allusions referencing a wide array of classic video games. The title is a reference to the 1981 film ''Raiders of the Lost Ark''. The segment starts off with a reference to Asteroids (Asteroids (video game)) where the planet express ship is dodging rocks. "Ambassador Kong" is a reference to the arcade game Donkey Kong (video game) Donkey


United States

success. It caught the attention of arcade-game manufacturer Midway (Midway Games), who bought the United States rights for the game and released the game in the U.S. (United States) as "Pac-Man", for fear that kids might deface a Puck-Man cabinet by changing the 'P' to an 'F'. Due to its innovative concept and continuing international popularity, it is regarded as one of the all-time classic video games. Iwatani returned to his ''Pac-Man'' roots in 2007 when he developed

manufacturer Midway (Midway Games), who bought the United States rights for the game and released the game in the U.S. (United States) as "Pac-Man", for fear that kids might deface a Puck-Man cabinet by changing the 'P' to an 'F'. Due to its innovative concept and continuing international popularity, it is regarded as one of the all-time classic video games. Iwatani returned to his ''Pac-Man'' roots in 2007 when he developed ''Pac-Man Championship Edition'' for the Xbox 360


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