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The original Pac-Man was a worldwide smash success, so much so that it reportedly caused a temporary coin shortage in Japan as most of them sat inside Pac-Man cabinets instead of peoples’ pockets. Naturally this level of success made American distributor Midway eager to get out the next Pac-Man game to keep the money rolling in. While waiting for original developer Namco to deliver they filled the gap by doing sprite swaps on an unpublished game called Crazy Otto and created Ms. Pac-Man. It woul...0 out of 1 found this review helpful.
What do you expect...The graphics are worse than the arcade but good. Obviously this is classic arcade so there are no backgrounds as such. The sound is a little more horrific to listen to but it's the same melodies, just with completely monotonous NES chipsounds. This is Ms. Pacman. It's awesome... but you already knew that....1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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