Namco Museum Battle Collection - Sony PSP
- Collection of arcade classics for Sony’s PlayStation Portable
- For PlayStation Portable, capable of WiFi play against other PSPs
- Pac-Man, Ms. Pac-Man, Galaga, Galaxian, Rally-X, New Rally-X and Dig Dug
- Plus 10 U.S. exclusives including Xevious, Bosconian, Mappy, Tower of Druaga, Dragon Buster, Dig Dug 2 and more
- An all-new treatment of the classics on the ultimate multi-player platform
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Namco Museum: Battle Collection collects classic 80s arcade hits, while giving a few of them a facelift. Enjoy the original versions of beloved games in all their 8-bit glory, or try the enhanced 16-bit versions for a new take on the classic action. Games include: 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 Also includes Tower of Druaga, Dragon Buster, Grobda, and King & Balloon Uses the PSP's Wi-Fi capabilities for 4-person multiplayer
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The first Namco Battle Museum came out for the Playstation. I bought it, ofcourse. I also bought Tempest, for the Playstation. I did not enjoy playing some of the games, like Dig-Dug, on my Playstation because the analog stick would not work. I did not like playing Dig-Dug with the directional buttons. And so, I packed the game disc in a box and has not touched it since.
Recently, I purchased an XBox 360. I downloaded Dig-Dug and other arcade games from the Marketplace and started playing these classic games again. I wanted a portable version for my Sony PSP and bought this copy, from a seller here at Amazon.
The games have been updated to work with an analog stick. I can now use the analog stick/button on my PSP to control Dig-Dug, for example. The games are fun again. And this time, I can take the game with me. I can play these classic arcade games on my PSP, wherever I am.
I can easily recommend this game to anyone who is looking for a casual game for their Sony PSP. The graphics are actually much better than the Playstation version. Also, the PSP's WiFi capability will allow you to play against other players, just like you did back when you were in high school (yeah, I'm old).
How does the game play on the PSP? For the most part, playing these games on the Sony portable is satisfying. Ofcourse, you do not have the same controls as the old arcade machines. However, in all fairness, neither can you carry an old arcade machine in your coat pocket. So it is a fair trade-off. If you really want the arcade experience, then get the PS2 version.
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!!
however do not unless you are not a namco fan.
do not unless you are not a namco fan.
Lasting quality (since there is no campaign it lasts as long as you want it to)
large selection of traditional arcade games
the assortments are quickly finished
some of the games become repetitive quickly
This product may have its pros and cons like any game.
Overall this a great product and one I highly recommend