Reviews and Problems with Museum Battle Collection
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The best portable Namco Museum!
Jack-of-All Games, Amazon
26 October 2013
Summary: King & Balloon, Bosconian, The Tower of Druaga, Dragon Buster, Grobda, Motos, and Rolling Thunder are neat little additions to Namco Museum's portable outings, but let's be completely honest here: You most likely got this collection because of the new four "Arrangement" games included. If you did buy this for your memories with the classics, including the ones I've mentioned above, then good for you! That's just more for you to enjoy.
Summary: I bought this game for my 12 year old daughter, so she can play some of the games that i played long ago. I never expected she would like so much this games, specially the newer version of Pac-man and Galaga. I belive this games still can be fun to play by young kids.
Summary: Yeah if you are like me from the old Atari days and owning a C64 then this game will get you 20 years back in no time! The cool thing is that this CD holds the original versions and some reworked ones that are a little different, but so much fun. I have always been a PacMan fan and own the game on pretty much every platform, so the PSP was a no brainer also. I would say, if you have some money to spare and looking for an oldie, this one is awesome. The variaty is great.
Summary: Namco Museum Battle Collection for the PSP is a good group of classic games that are great fun to have on the go. This set includes even more games than some of the Namco Classics discs for the home consoles, so it is a great value. If you like classic gaming compilations, then you should enjoy this game.
Summary: Namco is the king of the unsatisfying anthology. On the original Playstation, Namco released six volumes of Namco Museum (five in the US), each with a small number of games -- although the interface and extras were fantastic, and without par. They released 16bit and N64 versions without the interfaces. They released two Game Boy Advance installments: one with the essentials (Ms. Pac Man, Dig Dug, Galaga, Galaxian, and a really crappy racing game) and one all Pac Man.
Summary: The Namco Museum Battle Collection is living proof that the past will always catch up with today's advances, adding fuel to the argument that it's all in the gameplay. Namco Museum showcases the founding concepts of most modern gaming, but, in essence, the sum of these games is all about the numbers. That, however, doesn't change the fact that all of today's games can trace their DNA to any one of these titles. And gameplay is what you get with this collection.
Summary: This collection really brings you back. This UMD is great fun!! However, it gets tiring fast. How many times can one play PacMan anyway? I like being able to rotate the display to play the PSP vertically; nice touch! Haven't had a chance to check out the multiplayer functionality yet, but I'm sure it will be a blast. I actually prefer the suped up versions of the games to the originals, but playing them again is great! If you're a nostalgia buff, this game is for you!!
Summary: This was the first game I bought for my PSP. Living in Japan, I got hold of one of the first PSPs, but I took months to buy a game for it. They were all so...uninteresting looking. Puzzle games, RPGs--part of it was I knew I wouldn't be able to read the text, because I know few kanji. Finally I bought this one just to have SOMETHING to play. And it was fun.