Excerpt: There's a strong chance that gamers who play Final Fantasy, Pokemon, Animal Crossing, and Puyo Puyo are also fans of anime and manga as well. For this reason, the DS has become the portable system of choice among those who love their Japanese animation.
Excerpt: For Pac-Man's second outing on the DS, Namco's taken away his arms and legs and dropped him in a big 3D world. That's okay, because as it turns out, Pac-Man controls pretty fun that way. You've read some reviews that claim Pac'n Roll is like a cross between Pac-Man and Super Monkey Ball .
Excerpt: With a cheerful wink and a tongue shaped like a dodgeball, Pac-Man rolls onto the DS with style to spare. The name of the game is Pac ‘N Roll , a title that tries perhaps to be too clever when all you really need to know is that Pac-Man has lost his superfluous arms and legs and now must roll...
Conclusion: Now with the help of a little Fairy, Pac-Man must save his family and girlfriend from the evil Golvis and Ghosts. You are Pac-Man, controlling his every rolling move with the NDS stylus. Go forward, turn, dash, make a sharp stop; you can control Pac-Man any way you want.
Conclusion: So as we began, Pac 'n Roll fills that role that the DS has so far lacked - the good game. If the mechanics were applied to stronger level design, then it would plant its flag firmly in 8/10 territory. As it is, it remains well worth playing, but not a necessity for any DS shelf.
Excerpt: A parte mais difícil dessa análise é procurar uma primeira frase para descrever um jogo que é o sonho de todo fã de mangás e heróis japoneses. Jump Ultimate Stars reúne a nata dos heróis da revista mais pop do Japão, a Shonen Jump. São heróis para todos os gostos.
Cons: Idioma japonês, Problemas para encontrar adversários