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Namco Museum Battle Collection
14 December 2006
Conclusion: This collection made me nostalgic and I felt like a child again, although these games were oldies already when I was born. Playing them made me realize what a game really is behind its eye candy and catchy soundtrack: a fun experience and a way to pass the time.
Excerpt: In Namco Museum Battle Collection, Namco brings together a classic collection of its greatest arcade titles as they debut for the ultimate gaming-on-the-go device, the PSP. As well as including 16 of the original arcade titles, Namco Museum Battle Collection also includes 4 brand new updated versions of Pac-Man, Galaga, New Rally-X and Dig Dug.
Excerpt: Preview: Namco Museum Battle Collection (PSP) & 50th Anniversary Collection (Multi) By Michael Palisano Namco is set to excavate their vaults once again with the release later this fall of several new installments of their long running Namco Museum series set for multiple platforms. The most exciting of these is the new Battle Collection for the PSP, which will include several unique titles, including enhanced editions, along with some interesting wireless multiplayer...
Summary: Namco’s inclusion of the obscure games like King & Balloon and Motos makes
the pack stand out from the packs they’ve done in the past. Baattle
Collection’s additional gameplay modes and Wi-Fi connectivity gives these
durable classics a new lease on life, adding to their timeless appeal.
Conclusion: Namco Museum Battle Collection brings Ms. and Mr. Pac-Man, Dig Dug, Galaga and more to the PSP. These games were meant to be played in short quarter gulping sessions, so they are perfect bus stop gaming. The four new 3D arrangements of Dig Dug, Pac Man, Rally X and Galaga are surprisingly good. Throw in tons of options, and even the ability to transfer games to your friends and you have a fun, generous classic game collection.
Pros: 21 classics and four new surprisingly good versions, Tons of options, including stretching the screen, Wireless co-op and versus modes, Some great gems, like Rolling Thunder and Dragon Buster, Ms. Pac-Man will convince your girlfriend the PSP is cool, 21 classics and four new surprisingly good versions, Tons of options, including stretching the screen, Wireless co-op and versus modes, Some great gems, like Rolling Thunder and Dragon Buster, Ms. Pac-Man will convince y...
Cons: Some of the games, King & Balloon, should have stayed in the '80s, Some of the games, King & Balloon, should have stayed in the '80s
Excerpt: With the multitude of
emulators available for the PSP, you can get most if not all of the
games on this compilation for “free”. However, you won’t be able to
play the arranged games. The Pac-Man arrangement is one of my favorite
games in the collection, but there are a good lot of games on here that
will appeal to many different people.
Excerpt: 2) It includes 21 games (17 classic originals and 4 "arrangement" remakes). That's twice as many as previous Museum releases, and still a couple more than were included on the Namco Museum 50th Anniversary Arcade Collection that was just released for PS2, GameCube, and Xbox.