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  • Summary: (Known in Japan as "Namco Museum") Offering new and original versions of some of Namco's most beloved arcade classics including "Galaga," "Pac-Man" and "Dig Dug," the U.S. release of Namco Museum Battle Collection includes exclusive titles such as "Xevious," "Bosconian," "Mappy," "Tower of Druaga," "Dragon Buster," "Grobda," "Dig Dug 2," "King & Balloon" and others bring the total to more than 20 individual games. [Namco] Expand
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  1. Positive: 22 out of 28
  2. Negative: 1 out of 28
  1. When it comes to compilations, Namco Museum Battle Collection is a double whammy of old-school nostalgia and new-school flair, and the overall product is an entertainment-filled portable serving of long-lasting replay value and pure arcade-style fun.
  2. Pac-Man is probably the game with the most updates. And finally in all 4 games you can play co-op or head-to-head in Ad Hoc wireless play. If you happen to be near another PSP owner with the game, have at it!
  3. Along with some colourful new graphics, the alien formations are faster, more elaborate and even include the odd boss monster to test the limits of your reflexes.
  4. 80
    With a fantastic clutch of Pac, two great shooters, Dig Dug, and the bizarre inclusion of THREE Rally X games, there's no way that any Namco fan is going to feel gypped out of the budget-level asking price. [JPN Import]
  5. I won't be playing this one for hours on end, but it's easily the best classics compilation ever put together. [Oct 2005, p.121]
  6. One of the better collections, Namco Museum was born to be ported to the PSP. The updates are solid and the gameplay's perfect for short trip. Stop reading this and go grab a copy.
  7. Playing this retro collection will only make you realise how much the present day rocks. [Dec 2005, p.100]

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