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Pac-Man has more history than most any classic game. Everybody knows it, everybody's played it at some point, and it's been involved in nearly every facet of our culture. He's been in arcades, on lunch boxes, he's even been sung about by the immortal super-duo Buckner & Garcia! And, like every great icon of the 1980s, he's fallen apart and had a question to answer: Is it better to burn out than to fade away? Here, the answer given has never been more clear than with the release of Pac-Man Party 3D. He had the chance to go out with a bang recently with the genius Pac-Man Championship Edition, but instead we're left with a Mario Party clone minus the over-saturated fun, sometimes-amusing mini-games, and smack-talking your friend... and having that friend give your smack some weight. In PMP3D, there are three maps to play through, each with a specific theme: Greenwood Grover, Spooky Hallow, and Celebration Avenue. The whole point of the main game, multiplayer, or story mode, is to collect cookies and "save" a precious cookie recipe that Blinky (the red ghost) took from Pac-Man. Surprisingly there are only three maps to play and fifty mini-games and many of the mini-games are similar in practice—so there is a flood of overlap between games.
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