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- Interactive Controls - Use your controller to drive, whack, shoot and at times, roll Pac-Man in various objectives.
- Get nostalgic and play old school original retro favorites: Galaxian, Dig Dug, Mappy, Xevious, Gaplus, Super Pac-Man, Pac & Pal, Pac-Mania and Cutie Q.
- Experience remixed arcade classics with fresh new graphics and innovative new elements: Pac'n Rol Remix, Galaga Remix, Pac-Motos Raly -X Remix, and Gator Panic Remix
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Namco Bandai introduces a new twist on some of its most beloved arcade titles for the Wii console! Namco Museum Remix recreates classic games with fresh new graphics, gameplay and introduces innovative, new Pac-Man elements to arcade classics! Roll through uncharted territories in Pac'n Roll Remix, zip around the track in Rally-X Remix or fend off menacing invaders in Galaga Remix. Players will also get their nostalgia fix with the complete, original versions of classics like Galaxian, Dig Dug, Xevious and more. This is a must have Namco Museum game for a new generation of gaming aficionados.
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The presence of Pac-Man in these games generally doesn't add anything to any of them. Of the five, Rally-X is the only one significantly improved in the "remix," with multiple levels, bonuses, and play modes. Pac'n'Roll is a somewhat clunky (with VERY frustrating controls) 3-D Sonic clone. Galaga Remix is somewhat fun in multiplayer cooperative play, but played solo it soon becomes an exercise in frustration. Pac-Motos fails to be fun no matter how many people you throw at it. And last and least, Gator Panic is merely a whack-a-mole clone brought to Wii, where the annoying fleetness of the attacking gators is only enhanced by the utter lack of satisfaction in using the Wii remote to whack empty air.
So, if you buy this package, DON'T buy it for the remixed games. Treat it as yet another Midway collection of its old standbys... with a couple of rare treasures. The original Pac-Man and Ms. Pac-Man are NOT on this disc... but Super Pac-Man and Pac 'n' Pal are, and both are VERY rare in the way of home console releases. Even rarer is Gaplus, a sequel to Galaga which allows you, the player, to capture the aliens for multi-shot action! Also included are a lot of the usual Namco standbys- Dig Dug, Mappy, Galaga, Galaxian, Xevious- plus Pac-Mania (without the level-skip option) and an old and justifiably forgotten game crossing Breakout and pinball, Cutie-Q.
If you can find this reasonably cheap (and you probably can), lovers of Super Pac-Man and seekers of the ultra-obscure Pac 'n' Pal will find this game worth the money for that alone... but otherwise it's fairly generic, to the point that the PS2 release of Namco Museum is slightly superior. Still, if you use your Wii for parties or guests (and can't stand one more round of SSB:Brawl), this game provides a viable budget alternative- so long as you don't expect too much.