Reviews and Problems with Pac-Man Championship Edition DX
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Honestly THE best Pac-Man game ever
Inspector Gadget "Go Go Gadget Reviews", Amazon
9 September 2011
Summary: The happy, chomping face of Pac-Man has seen dozens and dozens of video-game incarnations over the years spanning many arcade games and virtually every single home computer and console. I've played many of them, but Pac-Man Championship Edition DX on the PS3 is the best, by far. I absolutely love it. The game has been given a gorgeous high-definition psychedelic overhaul and some lovely trance tunes. You've never seen Pac-Man look so colorful.
Summary: Everyone knows Pac-Man. The little yellow guy's been one of the biggest icons in gaming for decades, and has been in many variations of the original game. Granted, a lot of them haven't been all that successful, and most people are happy to play the original Pac-Man or Ms. Pac-Man.
Summary: Pac-Man has got to be the best arcade game there is....oh wait! There's a sequel: Ms. Pac-Man. That game seems to have more mazes and fun to offer. After many more Pac-Man games come underway, from good (Pac-Man World series) to bad (Classic NES Series edition of Pac-Man), one game manages to push classic Pac-Man's popularity and fun the highest it can possibly go! That game is Pac-Man Championship Edition. After seeing that game, how can the series get even better?
Just when you thought it was safe to give up power pellets
13 April 2011
Summary: Comes the best Pac-Man game to date. One that has up to 99 ghosts chasing you at once. I bought this title when it first came out and have played it on and off ever since. I've worked my way into the top 500 out of the 48,000 on the scoreboard (no easy task). While the game doesn't offer multiplayer, beating your friends' best score always keeps you coming back for more. I have gotten more playtime out of this than I have the majority of games I purchased for 60 dollars.
Summary: My sister told me why are you going to buy a 30 years old game for $10.88? I almost didnt buy it. But after buying it I can see it worth this arcade game its great, fun game. I recommend it for all users, fans and not fans of pacman series.
Summary: This game is a retro work of art done to the 9's. Game developers have gotten way off track in recent years, with the obvious assumption that better graphics or complicated movie-like story lines make for better games. WRONG. Keep it simple, stupid! Some of the best video games of all time were also the simplest, and there's no reason that can't still be true in 2011.
Summary: Let me start off by saying that Pac-Man is my all-time favorite video game...period! Now, that being said, I first tried out this game by downloading it as a demo on PSN. At first, I was actually expecting just a mediocre rendition at best, however once I started playing...the flashing colors, the bright lights, the awesome sound effects, the familiar characters...needless to say, I was overwhelmed by a fresh BLAST of nostalgia! I had to have more!
A classic which you may pass on if not experiencing why it was released.
M. Agostino "4for3.info", Amazon
19 February 2011
Summary: Okay, so I am pretty much sick to my stomach thinking that is has been 30 years since the defining arcade classic sucked every quarter out of my pocket as a kid. I have bought DS and various knockoff versions in the past, and they were satisfying staying pretty much true to the original. But this "Champion Edition DX" (whatever that means) version is truly a much welcome addition to your console, and worthy of your 10 bucks.
Summary: This was the question I had. How can a 30 year old intellectual property possibly be worth a ten-spot? Namco has been very adept in the past 15 years at repackaging old content and charging, charging, charging for it. But you usually got at least 5 or 10 classic games for this price. So I was wary, to say the least. Well, lay those fears to rest. This game package is worth the money.