Ryan Sil. (Creator of Dynamite Alex for Andro..., Amazon
1 June 2014
Summary: Pac-Man's 25th Anniversary came in with sort of a bang, featuring portable goodies like Pac 'n Roll and Pac-Pix for the Nintendo DS, and Namco Museum Battle Collection for the PSP. However, arguably the BIG game to come out of the party was the multiplatform Pac-Man World 3, the last to come out of the dot-muncher's trilogy of platforming adventures. While it also appeared on the Nintendo DS, that port was incredibly butchered.
Summary: I always liked the pac-man games and was glad that it was available on my PSP. I am a classic gamer and this was in the realm of the type of games I like to play. I also like that there is a storyline which makes gamers anticipate what will happen throughout the game.
Summary: Bought for the kiddo. He loves pac-man games. Graphic wise, story line wise and replay value-He likes this version of Pac man game more then the old school versions. Its fun for all ages. graphics are good. And well, its pac man. :) My spouse and I actually prefer the original Pac Man games though. THis one is more like a 3d adventure. You play as pacman in different worlds. you have legs and arms and collect things. THink like a mario game sorta.
Summary: It wasn't like the best game in world, tho it is really funny. The cut scenes are the hilarious, but the game itself is very tedious. I would have rather rented the game than to have bought it. Not a bad game, just one I'd play when I'm bored.