Summary: These are the games I grew up playing in the arcades in the 70's and early 80's. Nicely done. Some of the menus for DS are tough to figure out, but the games look and feel right. Bought it for my five year old, and he is thoroughly enjoying it, but I'll be sneaking some play time now and then.
Summary: I bought this game for the same reason everyone else does. Im from the Pac-Man generation ( In my 40's ) and I cant tell you how many of my quarters was gobbled up by this game in my youth. I bought it for PacMan and Galaga. The other games I could care less about especially Dig-dug 2 ( Crap).
Summary: Both of my kids like this game. They play them seprate and linked together. They are still as much fun as when we played them years ago. They have enough games to choose so they don't get bored. Each games has levels to challange both beginner and more expert players.
Summary: Namco Museum DS is a fun collection of classic Namco games, including among them Pac-Man, Galaxian, Galaga, Dig Dug II, The Tower of Druaga, Mappy, Xevious and the new, multiplayer only Pac-Man Vs.
Summary: This was purchased for my 8 year son for Christmas. But my husband end up playing it too and they both LOVED it! They're big fans of Dig-Dug and they have competitions to see who could get a higher score. Pretty cute! I definitely would recommend it.