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    Pac-Man Championship Edition DX

    Game » consists of 8 releases. Released Nov 16, 2010

    Create a long-winding train of ghosts and eat 'em for large combos in this frantic sequel to Pac-Man Championship Edition.

    chaossebba's Pac-Man Championship Edition DX (Xbox 360 Games Store) review

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    Epileptics be warned.

    My previous encounters with Pac-Man were a long time ago, and I decided to get this since I had a case of Pac-Fever.
    I did not regret it.
    There's not actually alot to say about Pacman:CE DX. There's a ton of different mazes to play in, different visual styles, and even a couple of different game modes such as:

    • Ghost Hunt: where your only goal is to get as much ghosts as you can in one Power Pellet chain (My current record is 99)
    • Score Attack: 5/10 Minutes of score attack, nothing special
    • Time Trials: a game where you have to collect a certain amount of Fruit within a time limit
    • Free Mode: Just play however you want
    All of these modes combined with all the maps and visual styles available will probably keep high-score junkies entertained for a while. But if you're not the kind of guy to shoot for high-scores, there's not THAT much of a draw to keep playing.
    There's still something strangely addicting about just getting a chain of 30 ghosts behind you, then rushing to that power pellet for massive points. And I didn't exactly think to spend my evening playing Pac-Man, but I'm not complaining.
    So to the point, you could certainly do alot worse for 800 points.

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