Nintendo World: New PAC Man, Tenkai Knights & Power Rangers Games

Disclaimer: we were invited to this event as Press. We were not monetarily compensated, however we did receive free gifts for attending. The opinions portrayed in this post are 100% honest and my own. 



Last Sunday I had the chance to cover a Nintendo event on behalf of The411Mommas at the Nintendo store at Rockefeller center in NYC. I brought along my 9 year old cousin who is a big fan of everything Nintendo. We both had a blast and I admit I felt like a kid again for a little while. Ha! 

There were snacks, drinks and lots of games to play. There were 3 specific games being covered. Which included: 

PAC Man & the Ghostly Adventures 2

Tenkai Knights: Brave Battle &

Power Rangers Super Mega force.

Info on the newest BandiNamco games for Nintendo here.


The staff was super friendly and it was a great ambiance. We first started out by playing games around the store. We did Tenkai Knights first followed by power rangers and my absolute favorite PAC Man! This one was actually my cousins favorite because he did not know the legend of PAC man so I gave him some insight on it and we was very into the game much after. He especially loved how adventurous it was and the missions. I guess because it was something extremely different from what he usually plays. 

After we were finished playing games we stopped for some snacks. The cookies were so good and we loved how they were based on pac man characters. We then got a chance to meet the power rangers and take a picture. The Power Rangers were also super friendly too. We had such a fun time at this event and we cannot wait to see what else Nintendo has in store.

Grace Santiago is a student, mom and blogger living in NYC. She blogs at KeepingupwithG, A lifestyle blog about her journey with her son who has autism, resources, events, reviews and more. She loves connecting with other bloggers and her readers  as well. You can follow her on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter






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