Reviews and Problems with Pac Man World 20th Anniversary
Showing 1-4 of 4
Clu Clu Land review (NES)
11 September 2002
Excerpt: Moving around the maze becomes a tedious matter of letting the character run in a straight line, finding a pole, then pivoting around it at the precise moment, letting go when you're lined up toward your next goal, and repeating.
Excerpt: Pac Man has been one of the most popular videogame mascots that originated in the early video gaming history. The little yellow character started out as a little ball, eating dots and devouring ghosts with the power of a big yellow dot. Sounds stupid doesn't it, but the people back then thought it could get any better than that, and the arcade game would easily eat up all of your change in your pocket. Now Pac Man has been revamped in an all new 3D Playstation adventure.
Excerpt: Oh boy. Namco has outdone themselves completely with this one. They've taken a beloved icon from the past, blended themes and characters from every aspect of Pac-Man that you will remember, and created the finest game I have seen all year. Let me start with the graphics - excellent in every way possible. The intro FMV has every Pac-related character you can think of, all wrapped into the storyline. They're all going to his 20th Anniversary party.