Rated 6.3 out of 10 by 3
Rated 5 out of 10 by BlazingGames Pac-Man Fever Suffers From A Major Flu
Pac-Man Fever just doesn't make the cut - here's why... Challenge: This game is just too complicated; the minigames are difficult to catch on and the primary "Party Mode" is purely based on luck. Graphics/Animation: Can anyone say Nintendo 64 visuals? Pac-Man Fever really took a major hit at this department. The graphics are very dated and the character models look lifeless. Length: One of many of Pac-Man Fever's weaknesses... the length. The game takes about 2 hours to complete, considering there aren't many unlockables. A very disappointing aspect of the game. Storyline: Honestly, I do not even know what the story is about for how unclear it is. It must be cheesy anyways. Controls: Unresponsive, difficult and awkward controls deem for an unplayable game... all those are translated into Fever. Interface: I must say that the interface isn't too bad. It is fairly decent, but at times it is possible to get confused on the menus. Sound: The sound is another problem. The game features awful voice-acting and annoying music. Overall, if you want a trust-worthy party game, considering getting one of the Mario Party games. They are 10x better than this. Pac-Man Fever obviously suffers from a severe cold.
Rated 4 out of 10 by H4Xguy18 Pac-Man Fever is a Blemish on Pac Man
You might not agree, but the game suffers from Extreme Difficulty. The CPU's are almost IMPOSSIBLE to beat. The Storyline isn't that well layed out either. All you are really doing is playing against nearly-unbeatable AI Opponents in order to unlock all the minigames. This game is a blemish on pac-man's entire series.
Rated 10 out of 10 by Mutante Really good game
This game its awesome, better than the new games of pacman its like mario party but for my this game is better than all