• Publisher: Namco
  • Release Date: Aug 30, 2005
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  1. DParker
    Oct 7, 2006
    7
    It's a mixed bag but definately better than the first collection. Out of this lot, only Mappy and Sky Kid come off as throwaways. The graphics are not crips and are a bit blurry but I doubt if that could be helped and it's not that big a deal. The presentation is very minimal and the videos are horrible, they could use subtitles to make out what is being said. Worth it for Ms It's a mixed bag but definately better than the first collection. Out of this lot, only Mappy and Sky Kid come off as throwaways. The graphics are not crips and are a bit blurry but I doubt if that could be helped and it's not that big a deal. The presentation is very minimal and the videos are horrible, they could use subtitles to make out what is being said. Worth it for Ms Pac-Man, Rolling Thunder, Dig Dug and Galaxain alone. Expand
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Mixed or average reviews - based on 23 Critics

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  1. Positive: 5 out of 23
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  1. It might not have a shiny package, but it's everything we loved about the arcade.
  2. 74
    The fact that many of these titles are indeed classics may be a convincing enough reason to pay for this collection, but most gamers would be better off spending their money on one of those newfangled 3D games.
  3. In the end this game delivers what you would expect, a collection of classic titles from the days of yore. For the decent price of the title it's not a bad little collection.