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SummaryIt Sucks that it's based on Pac-man, but it's not a bad game.
The GoodThe game it self is pretty decent. It's still fun to play, and, to me, I think the escapes on the top and bottom of the mazes are more useful than the arcade! It's alot easier to dodge the ghosts, since they move in a pre-selected pattern(for the most part). It's a OK game through and through.
The BadThe main reason that people rip on the 2600 version of Pac-Man so much, is that the game only barely resembles the actual arcade game. The game was clearly rushed, and because of this, the ghosts flicker too much, almost constantly, and there is no longer fruit in the middle of the maze, it's a "Vitamin".
The Bottom LineWell, I'll admit, it sucks that the game is based off of the classic arcade game, but it's still a playable, and decent game on it's own.
+Fun to play.
+More Useful Exits.
+Easier to dodge ghosts.
-- Ghosts flicker too much.
-- It's based on the arcade Pac-Man
THE VERDICT: 6 "Vitamins" out of 10