Namco Museum 50th Anniversary (Sony PlayStation 2, 2005)
About this product
|This "50th Anniversary" addition to the Museum series celebrates the longevity of Namco, which was founded in 1955 as an operator of "rocking horse" amusement rides. Namco has been in the video game business since 1974, when it acquired the Japanese division of the original Atari.|
In its most prolific arcade game compilation yet, Namco revives 14 coin-op classics for play on home consoles. The disc aims to provide spot-on emulations of the following blockbuster hits and forgotten favorites: Galaxian (1979), Pac-Man (1980), Rally-X (1980), Ms. Pac-Man (1981), Galaga (1981), Bosconian (1981), Dig Dug (1982), Pole Position (1982), Xevious (1982), Pole Position II (1983), Mappy (1983), Sky Kid (1985), Rolling Thunder (1987), and Dragon Spirit (1987).
|Game||Namco Museum 50th Anniversary|
|Platform||Sony PlayStation 2|
|ESRB Descriptor||Cartoon Violence, Mild Lyrics|
|Number of Players||1-2|
|Game Special Features|
|Game Series||Namco Museum Series|
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- curtis123diecas...Nov 23, 2015USEDby
- bookbook123Aug 3, 2006by
Fun for the kids!
This game is fun for everyone. We got it for the kids but my husband and I ended up playing it too. Because this is a collection of games you don't run out of different games to play once your tired of one. Great collection of games!
- 1eandbjonesJan 12, 2014by
All the best classic games on one disc. Fun to play and very convenient having them all in one. Also, cheaper than buying them on separate games.
- 1fstmstgApr 15, 2015by
It's great to have a number of arcade games right int house that I used to play when I was a young girl. Great they put them together on a disc. Quick delivery too
- mapango2005Feb 10, 2007by
Namco Museum: 50th Anniversary ps2
I love, Love, Love this game. We are talking about going back to the old school games on a new game system. There is over 14 games on this system. My favorites are Pac Man, Ms Pac Man, and Galaga. This game is for the young and the old. You would think that since the boys play mostly sports game such as football and basketball they would not be interested in playing this one. Guess again, we find ourselves racing to who going to play first.