The story is told through frequent cut-scenes and transitions, a series of short levels that make up a variety of worlds Pac-Man has to explore. The visuals do feel dated at this point, but not in a bad way. Itís the Wii-equivalent for Xbox 360, if that makes any sense. Kids will definitely appreciate the jocular and sometimes snarky Pac-Man, even if the plot is paper thin. The elements of the classic arcade game are all here to be appreciated by those of us over 30, most likely the parents buying this game for our kids. Flashing ghosts and the associated power-up sound effect are straight out of 1983, even if the rest of Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures 2 has been updated for a 21st century audience.