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Namco Museum Virtual Arcade - Xbox 360

by Bandai
Platform : Xbox 360
3.8 out of 5 stars 69 customer reviews
Metascore: 63 / 100

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  • Over 30 Titles - The largest and most comprehensive Namco Museum collection to date will keep you and your friends entertained for hours.
  • Xbox LIVE Arcade games - No downloading necessary! Now you can get your XBLA fix and play the critically acclaimed and visually spectacular PAC-MAN Championship edition and the underground drilling classic DIG DUG
  • New Arrangement Games - In their first console debut, 3 beloved games arrive with a new twist, a fresh new look and fun gameplay - DIG DUG Arrangement, Galaga Arrangement and PAC-MAN Arrangement
  • 20+ retro favorites such as Dig Dug II, Pole Position, Pac-Mania and Rolling Thunder
  • Show off your high score worldwide and compete for the #1 spot
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Product Description

NAMCO BANDAI Games brings the ultimate game collection to the Xbox 360 console! With over 30 titles, Namco Museum Virtual Arcade is jam-packed with nostalgic favorites and future classics. Re-live the old school days of classic arcade games with Galaxian, Super Pac-Man, Dig Dug II, Pole Position, Pac-Mania and Rolling Thunder and many more.

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  • ASIN: B001E3VKC4
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.5 x 0.5 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: November 4, 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (69 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,858 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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By Daniel W. Kelly VINE VOICE on June 4, 2010
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This was the first game I popped into my 360 when I got my console, and much to my horror, every time I tried to access Galaga or Pac Man Championship Editions, I got booted back to the regular menu. I feared the worst--that I hadn't actually bought these games with my disc, but somehow, I had been scammed into getting access to them on Xbox Live by purchasing the disc. Even when I did some research online, many reviews made it sound like this was the case. But I...um...dig dug deeper and found this is NOT the case as some reviews have clarified here, but I'm going to clarify even further. I did NOT have any connection to the internet for my 360 when I finally accessed the games, so I know you don't need any kind of Live account to do it. The games, as others have said, are not accessible through the general menu on the game disc itself. You have to hit the round 'X' button in the center of your controller (while the game disc is in the console) and go to your xbox 360's main dashboard then maneuver through the menus to your list of games supposedly on your xobx 360 (this is RIDICULOUS). There you'll find the seemingly inaccessible games to choose from, but of course, those games aren't REALLY on your xbox 360, otherwise they'd still be there when you remove the disc from the console! Dumbest setup EVER.
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I wanted to play the great classics like GALAGA or PAC-MAN or MRS PAC-MAN, but YOU CAN'T PLAY 'EM unless you're on Xbox Live. For a lot of people, that won't be an obstacle because you have XBox Live. BUT, you have to remember these are the Old Arcade Games enjoyed by fans who played them at an ARCADE. Therefore, not everyone uses Xbox Live or wants to. I would suspect there's a significant number of us, who JUST WANT TO PLAY THE OLD CLASSICS without having to go Online; especially if you don't have internet access.

I'm just sayin' it leaves people out, and after having ALREADY PAID for these games you SHOULDN'T BE REQUIRED TO BE ON XBOX LIVE OR HAVE INTERNET ACCESS TO ENJOY THE BEST GAMES. Obviously, there are other games you can play without the internet/Xbox Live, but THEY ARE NOT THE REASON YOU BOUGHT THIS GAME. As I said, DISAPPOINTING and FRUSTRATING.
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Apparently lots of people had this issue but I didn't see anyone mention this on the amazon reviews. I'd insert the DVD, press 'A' on it to play it, select one of the arcade games (any) and the game would act like it was going to load but it'd just sit there with black screen and nothing ever came up. Tried this on several different game selections. I had to force xbox to shut down each time. One find on the internet said you had to press 'Y' on the xbox home menu instead to install the games locally, instead of pressing A, but that simply opens the DVD rom door....

What I did: At the xbox home page i finally browsed to the games via the My Games menu and from there was able to launch games just fine, and every time. I then went back into the actual game menu (pressing A and loading game like normal from xbox home screen) and was finally able to load each game from th game's built-in menu just fine and with the little pac-man loading icon at bottom of screen.
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Well lets begin this review with the games it includes:

XBLA (games will play without xbox live service)

Galaga Legions, Pac-Man Championship Edition, Mr Driller Online, Pac-Man, Galaga, Xevious, New Ralley X,Dig Dug and Ms Pac-Man

This disc is worth the price for just these games since they're the classics and remakes that are really good of the classics. Each game is worth a total of 200 acheivment points for a total of 1800 possible max points.

Museum Classics

Baraduke, Bosconian, Dig Dug II, Dig Dug Arrangement, Dragon Buster, Dragon Spirt, Galaga '88, Galaga Arrangement, Galaxian, Grobda, King & Ballon, Mappy, Metro-Cross, Motos, Pac & Pal, Pac-Man Arrangement, Pac-Mania, Pole Position, Pole Position II, Rally X, Rolling Thunder, Sky Kid, Sky Kid Deluxe, Super Pac-Man, and The Tower of Druaga.
With that you got some pretty good classics to choose from with a few title that could've bee left off but, hey why not. But, sadly theres support for leaderboards for these games or the usual acheivments for 1000 total for this game. (the game actually doesn't show up on your play list)

On the back of the box it doesn't state that these games will not have acheivments or that they do not support leaderboards. It's kinda miss leading cause it states on the back of the case that it supports leaderboards. Which is kinda true. It does for the XBLA games but, not the museum games. It should've stated that on the case.

I was looking to compare my best score of Galaga 88 and Pac-Mania highscores. Plus Dragon Spirt would have been fun to play online. I'm guessing with Microsofts rules for acheivements theres some odd reason why namco couldn't give you the normal achivements for the museum classic games collection.
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I got this collection for Galaga '88 as this is the only Namco Museum set on any home or portable console that actually has his game. I remember playing the hell out of this game on the Turbografx 16(called Galaga 90). The version on the Turbo was pretty good but it wasn't quite arcade perfect(and it is difficult to locate a Galaga '88 arcade game). So it is very nice to have this game included in this collection which plays and looks and sounds just like the arcade original.

Other games in this set that are rarely seen anywhere(and also never included in any Namco Museum set) include DIG DUG II, KING&BALLON, PAC&PAL, SKY KID, and SKY KID DELUXE. Okay so the annoying thing about this collection is that there is a separate Xbox LIVE Arcade menu for games such as Ms. Pac Man, Xevious, Dig Dug where you are redirected to Xbox Live Arcade(and have to endure some loading time) in order to play. It's kind of a clunky design forcing you to use your Xbox account. But otherwise this is a great collection with classic arcade games that are true to the originals.

Here is a list of all the games:

(Museum Classics)
Dig Dug II
Dig Dug Arrangement
Dragon Buster
Dragon Spirit
Galaga '88
Galaga Arrangement
King & Balloon
Pac & Pal
Pac-Man Arrangement
Pole Position
Pole Position II
Rolling Thunder
Sky Kid
Sky Kid Deluxe
Super Pac-Man
The Tower of Druaga

(Live Arcade Classics)
Dig Dug
Ms. Pac-Man
New Rally-X
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