Limited-edition PAC-MAN x Orlinski sculptures preorders live

Bandai Namco Entertainment have teamed up with pop artist Richard Orlinski to create a set of ultra-collectible new PAC-MAN figurines.

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If you're looking to bring a little high-art flair to your gaming den, Bandai Namco may have just the item you've been looking for. The company has recently teamed up with French pop artist Richard Orlinski, and together are releasing an exclusive new PAC-MAN figurine available in glossy black and the character's iconic yellow.

According to a press release for the announcement, the new PAC-MAN x Orlinski figurines stand seven inches tall, and are composed of a "premium-quality resin." Designed by Orlinski, a celebrated contemporary artist with galleries spread across the globe, the new figurines are being offered for sale as preorders over on the Bandai Namco Entertainment America online storefront.

For $135, fans can preorder up both the yellow PAC-MAN figurine and the black PAC-MAN figurine starting today. Those who are on the fence and want to get a better look at the new sculpted characters can also get a full 360-degree view of the figures in the video teaser in the embed above.

They may be a little pricey, but for players who grew up during the classic arcade era, the cost is still likely less than the sum of quarters spent actually trying to master PAC-MAN. Besides, the glossy black resin PAC-MAN figurine has a delightfully polygonal way of bouncing light, even if the yellow contender is more true-to-form.

Find all the relevant details for these PAC-MAN x Orlinski figurines by heading over to the official Bandai Namco Entertainment America store. For the rest of your gaming goodie needs, including product reveals and even unboxing videos, be sure to keep it tuned right here to Shacknews.

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