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6.3 out of 10

Museum 50th Anniversary

The single largest compilation of Namco Arcade Classics ever, Na Read more

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Control 6
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Namco Museum 50th Anniversary

Nintendo World Report
22 September 2005
  • Summary: If you don't have a Namco arcade compilation yet, this is the one to get.
  • Pros: "Out-of-Order" games require high scores in other games, Radical 80s soundtrack, Sixteen Namco classics, two never-before-seen, Super-awesome arcade-style menu, Twenty bucks!
  • Cons: Bogus! Can't listen to soundtrack while playing games, No customizable controls, No extras or bonus material
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Namco Museum 50th Anniversary (GameCube) Review

Cubed³
20 November 2003
Overall 6
6.1

Expert Review

Game Over Online
31 October 2002
  • Excerpt: In fact, as far as classic arcade collections are concerned, you get quite a bit of bang for your buck. Namco Museum includes no less than 12 games, three of which are “arrangements” that add a few spins on the original games and were not featured in the arcades until the mid-‘90s as combo systems that allowed the user to choose between the original or the arranged version. Pac-Man, Galaga, and Dig Dug are the three arranged titles.
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Namco Museum

Nintendo World Report
12 October 2002
  • Summary: Resident old-schooler/codger Justin Nation gives a shout out on the new Namco Museum compilation. Is it worth your hard-earned quarters?
  • Pros: The first home appearance of the Arrangement titles, which may not be the greatest but do bring something new to the table, The most game-packed Namco Museum collection to date… these titles have previously been spread over 2 or 3 releases, With a minimal memory card investment you can save your high scores, at least an improvement over GBA installments
  • Cons: Most of these titles have been offered numerous times before and on other platforms, Some of the games in the compilation simply aren’t as strong as others, The emulation/recreation of these titles is not perfect by any means in the audio or visual departments
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