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It was inevitable. Seeing as how Crash Bandicoot, Mario, Sonic and Bomberman got their own party games, it was only a matter of time before Namco’s legendary Pac-Man character threw one of his own. Granted, this one’s actually his second, as Pac-Man Fever already made the rounds on the previous generation of consoles – with lackluster results. Sadly, Pac-Man Party isn’t really much different,... Read Review

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