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GameSpot: Pac-Man Fever
[C-] Reviewed by: Ryan Davis. "Though it features superdeformed versions of some of Namco's more recognizable characters, Pac-Man Fever is basically just another shallow party game." [GameCube]
Game Industry News - Pac-Man World 2
Reviewed by Alex Fitzgerald, score: 3 out of 5. (January 01, 2004)
GameOver: Pac-Man World 2
[Score 61%] Reviewed by: Alex Fitzgerald. "A somewhat decent game, ..nowhere near as good as the original. Gone is the original 2D gameplay, replaced with mediocre 3D platforming gameplay." [XBox] (November 13, 2002)
GameSpot: Pac-Man World 2
[7.5] Reviewed by: Ryan Davis. "Fans of Namco's rotund mascot should get some satisfaction out of Pac-Man World 2, but picky platformer fans may want to give it a rental first." [XBox] (November 01, 2002)
GameSpy: Pac-Man Fever
[Score: 65%] Reviewed by: Adam Pavlacka. "A competent, if uninspired, Mario Party clone. If you must have a party game get Mario Party 4 instead." [GameCube] (October 18, 2002)
GameSpot: Pac-Man Fever
[5.2] Reviewed by: Ryan Davis. "Though it features super-deformed versions of some of Namco's more recognizable characters, Pac-Man Fever is basically just another shallow party game." [PlayStation 2] (September 04, 2002)
GameSpot: Pac-Man All-Stars
[5.0] Reviewed by: Trey Walker. "Pac-Man All-Stars simply isn't very fun." [Windows] (June 26, 2002)
GameSpot: Pac-Man World 2
[8.0] Reviewed by: Miguel Lopez. "Pac-Man World 2 is a fun game, and anyone who's the least bit excited by the history of gaming and the sights and sounds that started it all should enjoy it." [PlayStation 2] (February 26, 2002)
GamersHell: Pac Man All Stars
[5.5] Reviewed by: Don Beaver. "This game isn't that bad, it just has no real staying power. If you beat it there is really no reason to play again." [Windows] (January 01, 2002)
IGN: Pac-Man: Adventures in Time
[8.6] Reviewed by: Vincent Lopez. "It keeps everything you liked about the original Pac-Man, while adding tons of graphic flair, and variety to make you love .. grazing on power pellets all over again." [Windows] (January 01, 2002)
GameSpot: Pac-Man Collection
[8.0] Reviewed by: Frank Provo. "Regardless of their age, the simple, undemanding diversions found in Pac-Man Collection are perfect for today's portable systems." [GameBoy Advance] (July 17, 2001)
GameSpot: Pac-Man - Adventures in Time
[7.3] Reviewed by: Giancarlo Varanini. "Takes the classic Pac-Man formula and adapts it to a three-dimensional world .. occasionally sluggish control can be a little frustrating but not enough to take the fun out of the game." [Windows] (November 16, 2000)
IGN: Ms. Pac-Man Maze Madness
[7.6] Reviewed by: Anthony Chau. "May lack the bells and whistles when it comes to the visuals for a Dreamcast game, but a good number of options and the addictive nature of gobbling pellets is hard to beat." [Dreamcast] (November 16, 2000)
GameSpot: Pac-Man on the NGPC
[4.9] Reviewed by: Jeff Gerstmann. "Is Pac-Man a classic? Definitely. But this version seems more like a marketing tool than a viable game." Includes screen shots, cheats, and hints. [NeoGeo Pocket Color] (January 28, 2000)
GameSpot: Pac-Man World
[7.6] Reviewed by: James Mielke. "Pac-Man World is a fun little game that goes beyond mere regurgitation." [PlayStation] (October 11, 1999)
All-Reviews.com : Pac-Man World
[3/4] Reviewed by: Tom Allen. "This is a fun game that steals elements from Mario 64, but I expected more than six stages in the Quest mode." [PlayStation] (January 01, 1999)
All-Reviews.com: Ms. Pac Man Special Color Edition
[4/4] Reviewed by: Tom Allen. "Few games sustain interest levels as long as this one. You will play Ms. Pac-Man more on Game Boy than you did for any other system." [GameBoy] (January 01, 1999)
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