This is another classic end-of-an-era title, the sort of thing that would have surfaced with regularity during the dying days of the PlayStation 2, albeit with a wildly inferior focus on quality control. Instead, Namco Bandai have produced another solid title that is an ideal distraction for the younger gamer, yet not insulting enough for an old timer to switch off and escape into for a few hours.
Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures 2 is a tie-in, nothing more, nothing less. And, like most of this kind of games, it falls short of its objectives turning itself into a boring and extremely simplistic experience.
Pac-Man needs to go back to his maze-running roots if he is to have a chance of starring in a decent game again, because efforts like this come across like a fading actor phoning it in on an awful movie for the sake of another paycheque.
SummaryThe gang is back! Following the colorful characters and world of the PAC-MAN and the Ghostly Adventures animated series,
PAC-MAN and the Ghostly Adventures 2 will feature PAC-MAN, Spiral and Cylindria in an all-new storyline as they defend
PacWorld from the ghoulish army of Lord Betrayus.