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NAMCO Museum Vol. 1 (Playstation)
Name: NAMCO Museum Vol. 1 (Playstation)
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  • Description
    Seven hit arcade game on one: Galaga, Pac Man, Bosconian, Pole Position, Rally X, New Rally X, and Toypop.

    Namco Museum is packed with seven classic games that will take you back in time (or give you the most enjoyable history lesson of your life). The classic Pac-Man will have you traversing mazes, trying to avoid ghosts as you eat all of the dots on each level; Dig-Dug is the classic challenge that sends you underground to inflate your enemies to death; Pole Position is the first-ever realistic racing simulation the arcades ever saw; and Galaga takes you out to the depths of space to blow up alien after alien. If you're worried that the controls and such won't translate to the handheld format, fret not, all of the graphics and gameplay are perfectly re-created from the coin-operated versions of the classics, and each game on its own would be enough fun to warrant picking this package up. Play alone or take on a buddy.


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