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I go head to head with a gaming legend - Ms. PacMan! Also, hear my rant against corporate giants!
17 Aug 2009
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Classic Game Room reviews MS. PAC MAN for iPad from Namco Bandai, a touch screen, portable version of Ms. Pac-Man playable on the iPad and other mobile devices. How does Ms. Pac Man work with a touchscreen display instead of a real, arcade joystick? Uh, well, the developers have given players three different control schemes for Ms. PacMan. They can play Ms PacMan with a mock-touch screen joystick, Ms. Pac Man with accelerometer tilt and move controls and Ms. Pac-Man with flick and move controls. This CGR review of Ms. Pac Man for iPad has gameplay from Ms Pac Man in this video review of the iPad version of the arcade retro videogame, Ms. Pacman.
14 Jul 2012
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Classic Game Room reviews MS. PAC MAN for the Atari 5200 video game system from 1982. Ms. Pac Man is one of the greatest arcade coin-op classics ever created and appears on practically every video game console in the known universe (and parts of the next universe). Is this Atari 5200 version of Ms Pac-Man good and worthy of being called MS. PACMAN!? How does it compare to the Atari 2600 version of Ms. Pac Man and the Atari 7800 ProSystem version of Ms. Pac Man? Why is she wearing red boots and flirting at the camera? Questions, questions. One thing is for sure, KC Munchkin wants to hit that! Ms. Pac Man has many differences from Pac Man setting it apart from the excellent Pac Man cartridge for Atari 5200, but is it better? Classic Game Room HD reviews Atari 5200 video games as a retro game reviewer reviewing Atair 5200 classic old school gaming like Ms. Pac Man! This CGRHD review shows gameplay footage from the Atari 5200 version of Ms. Pac Man.
9 Aug 2012
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Classic Game Room HD reviews MS. PAC MAN for XBLA Xbox Live Arcade for the Xbox 360 video game console. This classic game is one of the best games ever made and a true arcade hit. Ms Pacman has been released on practically every video game system ever developed from the Atari 2600 all the way through the NES, Sega Genesis and PS2. How does this XBLA HD version of the game compare to the ARCADE original!?? Big questions come in small, yellow packages... with bows. Gobble up points and eat those power pellets to devour the evil ghosts. Ms. Pac Man's gameplay was stunning back in the day and remains solid, addictive and entertaining decades later. Download it from Xbox Live Arcade for a few Microsoft credits, earn achievement points and enjoy yourself. This isn't the crashing economy or Sarah Palin spewing poorly half-memorized gibberish, this is MS. PAC MAN! Not Miss, not Mrs., not even MR.... MS. Pac Man, bitches. ROCK!
15 Aug 2012
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The HD Films office has been vandalized and the intruder is still in the office. We also hang out with Tom Green to play some Ms. Pac Man, and then Celebrate “Everquest Day” in San Diego at Sony Online Entertainment.
7 Oct 2010
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Medal of Honor game play. There will be a lot more of game plays and commentaries coming soon!!!! Subscribe to my service account!
9 Nov 2010
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The co-creator of the Twisted Metal and God of War series likes what game more than anything else?
3 Mar 2012
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Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game review of Ms. Pac-Man for the Sega Genesis. Despite some shadiness surrounding the development of the original arcade game, this unofficial sequel to the classic Pac-Man featured enough small improvements to achieve a good deal of popularity. It's been ported to many different formats, and this 16-bit version on the Genesis includes a lot of customizable options and plenty of new mazes to take on. This review features Ms. Pac-Man gameplay footage and commentary from CGRundertow reviewer Kevin.
6 Nov 2012
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Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game packaging review of three console versions of Pac-Man games: Pac-Man for NES, Ms. Pac-Man for Sega Genesis, and Pac-Man 2: The New Adventures for Sega Genesis. Everyone's favorite pellet munching yellow orbs were not only arcade sensations, but had their fair share of play time on home consoles as well. It's interesting to see how the character design has evolved over the years, especially when comparing these three very different art styles. This review showcases the packaging and cover artwork of these Pac-Man games with commentary from CGRundertow reviewer Kevin.
6 Nov 2012
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Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game hardware review of the Plug It In And Play TV Games: Namco 5 in 1 Joystick from Jakks Pacific. Including the arcade classics Ms. Pac-Man, Xevious, Mappy, Pole Position, and Galaga, this handy battery powered device can hook directly up to your TV with composite a/v cables. The games play almost exactly as they would have in the arcades, and few companies have better old school arcade games than Namco. This video game hardware review demonstrates the use and features of the Plug It In And Play TV Games: Namco 5 in 1 Joystick and includes gameplay footage and commentary from CGRundertow reviewer Kevin.
8 Nov 2012
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Namco Museum Review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRUndertow review of Namco Museum developed by Mass Media Ltd and published by Namco Hometek for the Game Boy Advance. Take all your arcade favorites on the go on your Game Boy Advance as you play for the high score in five classic games: Dig Dug, Ms. Pac-Man, Galaga, Galaxian, and Pole Position. This video review features video gameplay footage of Namco Museum and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Eric.
15 Nov 2012
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Pac-Man Pinball Advance review. *******www.ClassicGameRoom**** Shop CGR shirts & mugs! *******www.CGRstore**** Classic Game Room presents a CGR Undertow review of Pac-Man Pinball Advance for the Game Boy Advance developed by HumanSoft and published by Namco. Pac-Man Pinball Advance is a pinball game with a Pac-Man theme. At least, ostensibly so. There are ghosts you can eat, and sometimes, there's fruit. Being a yellow ball, Pac-Man is at least a natural fit for pinball. The famous ghosts has kidnapped the citizens of Pac-Man, and it's up to Pac-Man to stop them...by turning into a pinball. Makes sense. The game incorporates Pac-Man themes into the context of pinball, but only on a superficial level. The game itself feels like it could've been any pinball game, with the Pac-Man license simply slapped on. Pac-Man Pinball Advance also struggles with bad ball physics and generic tables, but if you're really into both pinball and Pac-Man, it's at least worth a look. This video review features video gameplay footage of Pac-Man Pinball Advance for the Game Boy Advance and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
9 Jul 2013
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