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About the Product
- Gaming's Biggest Brands - Two of Namco's most popular and recognizable arcade icons in one game
- New Hardware, New Gameplay - Play with PAC-MAN and GALAGA using the Nintendo 3DS system's motion sensor, gyro sensor, 3D Screen, Touch Screen controls and more
- A Tilting Sensation - Control PAC-MAN directly and tilt the world by moving the Nintendo 3DS system to traverse the moving plaforms and terrain to reach the goal for a wholly unique gameplay experience
- Shoot in the Next Dimension - Move the Nintendo 3DS system utilizing the motion and gyro sensors to target incoming Galaga in 3D
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In PAC-MAN Tilt, assist PAC-MAN through stages filled with obstacles, platforms and ghosts by tilting the world to guide PAC-MAN to the goal. Flippers, platforms and power pellets help PAC-MAN jump, flip, swing, and eat his way to the finish line.
In GALAGA 3D Impact, rid space of the incoming Galaga army by shooting down enemies in an exciting 3D skirmish! Your Nintendo 3DS system becomes your ship’s gun turret as you attack and defend the ship through waves of the Galaga armada.
Key Game Features
- Gaming’s Biggest Brands – Two of Namco’s most popular and recognizable arcade icons in one game
- New Hardware, New Gameplay – Play with PAC-MAN and GALAGA using the Nintendo 3DS system’s motion sensor, gyro sensor, 3D Screen, Touch Screen controls and more
- A Tilting Sensation – Control PAC-MAN directly and tilt the world by moving the Nintendo 3DS system to traverse the moving plaforms and terrain to reach the goal for a wholly unique gameplay experience
- Shoot in the Next Dimension – Move the Nintendo 3DS system utilizing the motion and gyro sensors to target incoming Galaga in 3D
Top Customer Reviews
1. Classic Pac-Man: It's classic Pac-Man. That's all there is to say. If you want to play the original Pac-Man on the go, this is the game for you. It's also great how you can change the arcade machine you play from, which acts as a border for the game. 5/5
2. Pac-Man Championship Edition: The same game that was released for the XBLA. Once again, it's a great game, but it's a shame that the DX edition wasn't on this compilation. 5/5
3. Pac-Man Tilt: This is one of the two games on this compilation that were never released before. Honestly, Pac-Man Tilt is... average at best. It's a 2D sidescroller where you tilt the 3DS to move the environment. It's not bad, but it's not the kind of game that you'll be playing for hours on end. If you're getting this game for Pac-Man Tilt, you may be disappointed. 3/5
4. Galaga: It's... classic Galaga... Nothing else needs to be said, you should already know how great it is. 5/5
5. Galaga Legions: Once again, the same game that was released on the XBLA. And it's just as awesome as before. 5/5
6. Galaga 3D Impact: The second game on this compilation that was never released before. This is basically a first person on rails shooter. It's, once again, average. 3/5
Overall score: 26/30
If you ever wanted to play Pac-Man or Galaga games on the go, this is for you. If not, you should avoid this. Don't go into this expecting a Pac-Man World type game, or an adventure type game you can play for hours on end.
Galaga and Pac-Man are arcade classics, challenging and fun to this day. You can get them lots of places, but it's great that they're part of the collection. Includes "Achievement" like goals to keep you occupied if you aren't trying to beat friends' high-scores.
Galaga Legions is a really stellar entry in the shoot-em-up genre. Challenging and requires mastery of your satellites to get the really good scores. The 3D effect in this game is my favorite for the whole collection.
Pac-Man Championship Edition is a true evolution of Pac-Man, and a complete rush. You can keep a combo going by grabbing Power Pellets and chomping ghosts to keep the score growing, the longer you stay alive the more points dots are worth, and all the while the playing field keeps changing and everyone keeps moving faster till the time runs out. 6 modes with a variety of table themes adds some change if you want it.
Galaga 3D Impact is comparable to Face Raiders, one of the games that is pre-installed on your 3DS. The best way to play is standing or at least sitting with plenty of room to move your torso and arms. Waves of Galaga enemies re-imagined in 3D come flying toward you, and it's your job to take them down in succession for a combo, or capture some to upgrade current weapons and enable new ones. Bosses try to take you down during and at the end of each level.
Pac-Man TILT is a really fun platformer. Combining traditional run and jump, and the ability to tilt the game world by turning the 3DS (like a wheel) would make an interesting game on it's own.Read more ›
Rather than return it, though, I decided to give it a shot a couple of days later on a long plane ride. It was actually surprisingly fun! They remixed Pac-man with psychedelic level layouts, colors, and 3d effects (both the stereoscopic type and just regular polygons), and added some pretty intense challenge modes.
There's also a decent first-person rail shooter version of Galaga, which sent me flying back on a nostalgic trip through the 90s, haha.
All in all I got a solid 6-7 hours or so of enjoyment out of the game before it started to get old again (well, it either started to get old, or it got too difficult.. you make the call), and I didn't even play all of the modes very much. I could probably get a kick out of the other Galaga remakes and the Pac-Man side scroller it comes with if I gave them a shot.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
REally Good Game! There are several games inside I didn't expect and they are all pretty good! Really loved the old scool platforms they give you! Highly Recommended!Published 24 days ago by S. Cusack
The Pacman seems fine, but the size of the Galaga game is way too small, this game doesn't use up the entire screen size, it only uses maybe 60% of the screen, making the game way... Read morePublished 28 days ago by Michael Schmidt
When the Nintendo 3DS came out, its game library was varied in a rather weird way that later years in the system's life didn't really replicate. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Ryan Sil. (Gamer & PC/Android indie dev)