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Pac-Man World Rally: Gamecube and PS2 Racing Game Review

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Pac-Man World Rally: Gamecube and PS2 Racing Game Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 4 Star Rating)

Kidzworld reviews Pac-Mans high speed Pac-Man World Rally racing video game for the Gamecube and Playstation 2!

The roundest, yellowest dude in video games is putting the pedal to the metal with his new racing video game! Pac-Man World Rally puts you behind the wheel on the Nintendo Gamecube and Sony Playstation 2. Is the racing action any fun? Gary put it to the test and here's his game review!

Pac-Man World Rally - Racing Mayhem

Hopping behind the wheel in Pac-Man World Rally lets you hit the race track as one of 14 different racers, from Pac-Man himself to Ms. Pac-Man, the ghosts Inky, Blinky and Clyde, Jr. Pac-Man and others, including the evil Pac-Devil! There are a bunch of race tracks to compete on, or you can play in battle mode and blow up the opposition with fruity weapons.

Pac-Man World Rally - High-Speed Fun

The best part of Pac-Man World Rally is that it's super easy to play! The levels are a breeze to master, so anybody can kick butt. You can also have up to four players racing at once in the races and in battle mode. The power-ups are decent too, nothing spectacular but fun.

Pac-Man World Rally - Problems and Flaws

The biggest problem in this game is that it's way too short! There are barely any levels, they're all small, and the battle mode is weak too. It's also too easy, unless you have one hand tied behind your back you'll be able to win every race on your first try.

Pac-Man World Rally - The Finish Line

It's a fun little racing game that's great as a rental for a party, but it's not worth saving up your allowance for unless you're a big Pac-Man fan.

Pac-Man World Rally Thumbs Up:

  • Super easy to play.
  • Multiplayer and mini-games.

Pac-Man World Rally Thumbs Down:

  • Not enough game.
  • Way too easy to beat.

Pac-Man World Rally Rating:4

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