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- Enter classic Pac-Man mazes to compete for bonuses
- New Pac-Man moves - climb fences, jump up walls, swing around poles and punch enemies
- Control both Pac-Man and the Ghosts with your DS stylus
- Store an arsenal of power-ups like the Power Ribbon, Time Decelerator, Electro-Charge and more
- Along the way, Pac-Man will meet old friends and have to convert old enemies into allies
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After mysteriously having been transported out of Pac-Village and into this strange and different land, it is up to Pac-Man to uncover Erwin's plot and save the world. Along the way, Pac-Man will meet a host of unexpected "old friends," and in order to defeat the ultimate enemy, he might just have to turn his old foes into allies!
- New story puts Pac-Man into a strange new world, leading him to the mysterious Spectral Realm.
- Control the ghosts--special feature now allows players to control Pinky and Clyde.
- Store an arsenal of power-ups like the Power Ribbon, Time Decelerator, Electro-Charge, Chrome Power, and Super Butt Bounce--and super-charge them by collecting special fruits!
- Get transported into classic 2-D and 3-D Pac-Man mazes to compete for bonuses.
- New Pac-Man moves: now you can climb fences, jump up walls, swing around poles, and punch enemies!
- Includes the original Pac-Man arcade game from 1980!
Top Customer Reviews
35 years ago, there was a yellow circle being chased by monsters. 10 of those 35 years ago, Namco hosted the biggest celebration of the little yellow circle by releasing multiple games on the same year starring him, which is kind of sad when you think about how the same treatment has yet to be replicated in later celebrations. But anyway, Pac-Man's 25th Anniversary consists of Pac-Pix, Pac 'n Roll, Pac-Man World 3, and while they weren't labeled as part of the celebration, Pac-Man World 2 and Pac-Man Pinball Advance were released on the Game Boy Advance that same year. The "big" game was arguably Pac-Man World 3, since it was a 3D platformer with a larger scale and a story that characters frequently follow this time around. This isn't just a simple "Pac-Man must stop his birthday from being ruined" plot, but rather "Pac-Man must defeat a little evil scientist with mittens as he tries to use the Spectral Realm (where ghosts come from) as a platform for world chaos".
However, while Pac-Man World 3 enjoyed such a scale on the Nintendo Gamecube, Playstation 2, PSP, PC, and Xbox, there was also a DS version by a different development team. Considering that Pac-Pix and Pac 'n Roll did make for enjoyable DS celebrations, you'd think that Pac-Man World 3 would follow suit a little bit, but as it so turns out, Human Soft does a crappy job of making something console version developer Blitz Games should have done instead.
Pac-Man World 3 on the DS at first seems like it could be decent. After all, while the opening credits didn't quite make sense (the bottom screen had some sort of weird water reflection effect), the title screen looks nice. However, upon starting a new game or looking into the Extras, you'll notice something is wrong.Read more ›
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My kids love it they don't stop playing this game, I realy got my money's worth.Published 9 days ago by Amazon Customer