Excerpt: Pac Pix is one of those early Nintendo DS releases that I had on the shelf for quite a long time. I also had wanted to get to it, due to how innovative, and family friendly it is. Your patience is so greatly appreciated as we now review this fascinating game. The player draws Pac-Man, and uses lines to direct him around the screen. There are also special items like bombs (pictures on this page), and arrows to assist in Pac-Man’s quest.
Excerpt: Ever the one to be in the secondary spotlight, the Pac-Man character has been redesigned, redeveloped and rereleased more times than most. Always keeping that ever familiar yellow sphericalness about him, there have been countless spin-offs, mini-games and other such fripperies to take in. The DS is here, Namco are supporting it, and Pac-Man is currently set to star in at least two more titles aside from Pac-Pix .
Conclusion: Pac-Pix is definitely a great addition to the Pac-man series. The game blows many gamers away in terms of innovation, and this game will definitely be remembered in the future for innovation. It is one of the best games out on the DS so far, and definitely one of the most innovative games created! This game will definitely be looked back on as an innovative game, and it is pure genius!
Pros: Decent and flexible fighting mechanics, Lots of lovable characters and crazy team up attacks, Sprite animation lives! And it's pretty good, too!, Touch screen usage is genius, WRRRYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY
Cons: Actual playable battle characters are a small part of the whole roster, A lot of re-used music between stages and no familiar character themes (not that manga have audio, but Naruto and DBZ and many more have been animated...), Matching characters to their panels takes way too long for non-Japanese Jump fans, People joining in on single-cartridge multiplayer need decks prepared for them ahead of time
Excerpt: Pac-Pix is gameplay in its most pure of forms. A simple, expressive challenge that hides its hidden depth under a welcoming exterior of warm nostalgia and high tech cool. The graphics while simplistic are mostly a product of your own hand, a personal montage of Pac designs proving to be as endearing as any Namco may have produced.