@DeathByLasagna This one’s an emulation even though the one particular in Namco Museum is a port. Customarily which is intended that matters like outdated patterns will not efficiently get the job done in the latter, but I have not individually dug into the Pac-Guy port on Swap and have just played it casually a couple of moments.
So this port may perhaps be additional exact than it was in past Namco Museums, which other than the 50th Anniversary Collection on XB/GCN/PS2 that showcased emulation by Digital Eclipse, have normally been ports likely again to the primary Playstation line.
But with Hamster normally going the emulation route and with their track record for accurate emulation with the Arcade Archives line, you might be certain this a person will behave accurately as it need to.
That explained, if you’re a casual Pac-Guy participant and currently individual Namco Museum, I don’t see that you are attaining a full lot by double dipping for the utmost precision when Namco Museum looks, feels, and plays as one expects from Pac-Person.
The only thing you might be gaining is the self-confidence that any aged Pac-Person sample will operate as it should, wherever as ports typically pass up some of the nuances of the ghost habits and crack these outdated patterns.
Edit: And this may perhaps be excellent for flip grip homeowners. I remember some sort of challenge with striving to use Namco Museum with that (I assume the display rotated the precise reverse way of other vertical arcade releases on the NS, leaving the video game upside down).