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About this product
- Product InformationNamco Museum is a compilation of seven classic arcade games, two bonus games, and three games making their console debut. Pac-Man, Galaga, Dig Dug, Pole Position, Galaxian, Ms. Pac-Man, and Pole Position II are the featured games on the disc, with the first three available as separate arrangements with new graphics and other enhancements.
Pac-Man Arrangement includes speed bursts, warp gates, large ghosts, and six different power-ups to consume. Galaga Arrangement offers weapon power-ups, Ricochet Shot, Wide Beam, and Fast Shot, while Dig-Dug Arrangement includes additional enemy characters to face as well as boss encounters.
Two bonus games are unlocked after earning high scores on Pac-Man and its sequel, Ms. Pac-Man. By scoring at least 25,000 in Pac-Man, players can open up the puzzle game Pac-Attack on the menu screen. Scoring at least 20,000 in Ms. Pac-Man will unlock Pac-Mania for play.
All of the games feature adjustable settings in such areas as difficulty, lives, bonus points, and sound. Helpful tips are also available as well as three screen sizes (normal, medium, and small) to accommodate different television screens. Scores and options for each game can be saved directly to a Nintendo GameCube memory card with at least two free blocks.
- PublisherNamco Bandai
- GameNamco Museum
- PlatformNintendo GameCube
- ESRB RatingE - Everyone
- ESRB DescriptorViolence
- Control ElementsGamepad/Joystick
- Number of Players1-2
- Release Year2002
- Game Special Features
- Optional rumble feature during gameplay
- Save high scores and options to a GameCube memory card
- Features 12 games, including two unlockable titles by achieving high scores in Pac-Man and Ms. Pac-Man
- Three adjustable screen sizes: Normal, Medium, or Small
- Custom settings include difficulty, number of lives, and bonus point levels
- Optional rumble feature during gameplay
- Game SeriesNamco Museum Series
Most relevant reviews
- zoltarofspectra...Feb 05, 2015by
Awesome nostalgic gaming experience!
The old nine teen eighties games pole position, dig-dug, pac-man, galaxian, and galaga are back. The arcade games differ slightly from their original configurations, and the sound is also less dramatic. The action remains very similar, and the characters are pretty much dead-on. Since purchasing this disk, I have been playing every chance I get. It's kind of fun to place an old fruit jar with a coin slot on top near your coffee table, and drop a quarter in before each round. Amazing how they add-up! (hee-hee)
- kjcleveNov 17, 2014by
delivers the much needed pole position arcade experience
purchased this title primairly for pole position. just using the wireless controller, the control stick in pole position does not seem to have as great granularity as the arcade wheel does, but control from the d-pad seems to do the trick. other titles also included on the disk such as galaga also seem to play very well.
- the_simurghFeb 22, 2011by
The pitch of the audio in Pac-Man Arrangement and Dig Dug Arrangement have been changed slightly from their original aspect, the pitch sounds higher than it did in the arcade versions. other differences to This version of the popular system port of Namco Museum marks the first version in the series to include a non-arcade game (Pac-Attack, originally released on Sega Genesis and Super Nintendo and also previously Japanese-only). The version on these consoles include all the games from the Nintendo 64 version plus Pac-Man Arrangement (1996), Galaga Arrangement (1995), Dig Dug Arrangement (1996), Pac-Attack (1993), Pac-Mania (1987), and Pole Position II (1983). Pac-Attack and Pac-Mania must be unlocked by scoring 25000 in Pac-Man, and 20000 in Ms. Pac-Man respectively. all in all a pretty good game..Read full review
- jonathapetzol-0Aug 04, 2016by
Namco Museum is a good game.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: Pre-owned
- jdsolar115Jan 12, 2011by
namco museum 2002
I love the original games that are so fun to play. I am pleasantly surprised that my wii system will play the game-cube games. I did have to buy a game cube controller to play it, but it was affordable. I do not have the memory chip to save the game high scores. this is also required to unlock the hidden games that the system will open after playing certain games and saving the high scores. I look forward to getting the storage chip and see what games are hidden in there for me to unlock. hours of fun for a MRS PAC_MAN fan.