I bought this one a few years back in a bargain bin at Best Buy I believe. Back when the DS wasn’t exactly overflowing with top quality games. Pac n’ Roll is a decent game in its own right. You guide little Pac-Man in game similar to Super Monkey Ball or Marble Madness. Just withContinue reading “Things I Like: Pac n’ Roll (Nintendo DS)”
Pac-Man was originally called Puckman, but they were afraid teenagers would change the P to an F.
Right after Pac-Man, I jumped over to Ms. Pacman at the Carolina Arcade Museum in Forest City, North Carolina. This one actually does improve on the original, which is the reason why you see it more often at bowling alleys and pizza places versus the original. It actually wasn’t really a Namco idea. But someContinue reading “Original Ms. Pac-Man Machine (Carolina Arcade Museum)”
Pac-Man is arguably the most popular video game of all time. It was inspired by a pizza pie missing one slice and became a worldwide hit. Namco partnered with Midway for the American release. I didn’t spend much time with it at the Carolina Arcade Museum in Forest City, North Carolina. Because let’s be honest,Continue reading “Original Pac-Man Machine (Carolina Arcade Museum)”
For many years I’ve been a fan of the Pac-Man series though sometimes I wonder why I bother. I got a 3DS a few months ago and I have been getting old Game Boy games that I missed from ages ago on it’s Virtual Console. I noticed Pac-Man was available, and even though I wasn’tContinue reading “Pac-Man (Game Boy) Review”