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Pac-Attack (GEN) game cover art
Platform: Genesis
Tags: Puzzle
Developer: Namco
AKA: Pac-Panic (EU)

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Pac-Attack review

Reviewed January 16, 2004

djy8c says: "It seems developers have no problem these days with using their star characters to promote other games that are hardly relative. A quick look through the gaming platforms of old uncover several titles which are basically simple in execution, but with a mascot on top. Something that may spring to mind is Dr.Mario – a poor Tetris clone with Nintendo’s plumber hero stuck in for a few cheap sales. He’s not the only victim however. Sega threw sonic into a pinball machine for Sonic Spinball, although ..."
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