Namco's Museum 50th Anniversary Collection compiles some of the classic Namco arcade games that defined gaming in the 1980s. Go back in time and play classics like Pac-Man, Galaga, Dig Dug, and Pole Position. The new retro menu interface allows players to explore a virtual arcade hall where each of the game's classics will be standing in its original arcade form. The only difference is, this time you don't need a pocket full of quarters! Pole Position - The milestone in racing games Pole Position II - Sequel to the original, 4 real racetracks - Fuji, Test, Suzuka, and Seaside Rolling Thunder - Become secret agent Albatross and rescue Lelia Blitz from the evil Geldra Bosconian - Survive against an army of space stations, while avoiding asteroids and other obstacles Rally X - Players drive around a maze while avoiding chasing cars, laying smoke screens, and collecting flags Dragon Spirit - Control a powerful dragon through the air, harness spells, drop bombs and breath fire at enemies Sky Kid - Control a bi-plane and avoid enemy planes using evasive loops, while dropping bombs & shooting down other planes Xevious - Use a heavily armed fighter plane to destroy enemies and targets, in the air and on the ground Mappy - Control Mappy the police mouse, as he dodges chasing cats to collect valuable items
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In honor of its 50-year anniversary, Namco created the single largest compilation of Namco Arcade Classics ever to grace console gaming systems. The new retro menu interface allows players to explore a virtual arcade hall where each of the game's classics will be standing in its original arcade form... except this time no quarters will be required!
While previous versions of Namco Museum contained up to 12 titles, Namco Museum 50th Anniversary Arcade Collection contains 14 of the best Namco original arcade titles ever!
14 Classic Arcade Games Include:
- Ms. Pac-Man
- Dig Dug
- Pole Position
- Pole Position II
- Rolling Thunder
- Rally X
- Dragon Spirit
- Sky Kid
Sky Kid and Rolling Thunder are two new titles new to Namco Museum.