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.
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!
Summary: Out of the various technical demonstrations that were shown at 2004’s E3 event over in America, several have managed to be transformed into full-blown games, but only a few are looking worthy of a full purchase.
Excerpt: Genre: Action Publisher: Namco Developer: Namco Release Date: April 26, 2005 Buy 'PAC-PIX': NDS Pac-Man has been around almost as long as video gaming itself. The torso-less yellow hero has made such an incredible number of appearances across almost all the consoles over the years that he isn't just...
Conclusion: Our hero, Pac-Man, has taken his mighty Magic Pen ? the only weapon effective to defeat these Ghosts, and locked all the Ghosts inside a book. But before he could turn the Ghosts back into the Ghost Ink, he was also captured within the book!
Conclusion: For a game that started out life as just a tech demo on a E3 show floor, it managed to turn into something very playable but lacking in long-term appeal. The latter stages of the game are the only really challenging ones. Chapter one through five should pose no challenge to most players.
Conclusion: If you want a game that gives you a hours of fun, go buy Yoshi Touch and Go; a game worthy of gracing everyone’s Nintendo DS, and an example of how a simple technical demo can be turned into a decent game.