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Submitted by Redinfamy 451d ago | review

PAC MAN and The Ghostly Adventures Review (PS3) @GamerFitnation

Gamer Fitnation's Tamika Moultrie writes "As a kid I had a chance to play PAC Man World to experience Pac man like never before. It exposed me to see the pallet ghost eating yellow round man in an interactive platforming adventure. Playing Ghostly adventures revisited that nostalgic remembrance, but in a mediocre aspect. The color whimsical feeling and fun still lives but creativity in levels as well as the story seems to lack." (Pacman and the Ghostly Adventures, PS3) 5.5/10

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