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Namco Museum Battle Collection (PSP)

Namco Museum Battle Collection (PSP)
alaScore 78

23 reviews

Apr, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 23 reviews from magazines and websites.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation Portable Games (PSP) the Namco Museum Battle Collection (PSP) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 78/100 = Good quality.

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(Based on 23 reviews)

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Namco Museum Battle Collection (PSP)

 

Namco's back catalog of arcade games is legendary. Some of the greatest arcade games ever released bear the Namco logo, and for years now, the company has been issuing and reissuing these games in various compilation packages. The rundown is always...

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Namco Museum: Battle Collection

 

Relive Namco's arcade classics all over again.

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Namco Museum Battle Collection Review

 

Namco Museum Battle Collection for Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) lets you relive your youth when you use to pump quarters into Pac-Man, Ms. Pac-Man, Galaxian, Galaga, Dig Dug, Rally-X, Xevious, ...

Namco Museum Battle Collection includes 17 classic arcade games from Namco’s history along with four newly created 3D Arrangement versions of Pac-Man, Galaga, Dig Dug, and New Rally X. All of the new 3D games are enjoyable to play for short periods of...

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Namco Museum: Battle Collection Sony PSP Review

 

But there is variety, and for that I am grateful. Namco included a ton of classics as well as a few fantastic viewing/playing options to enhance your experience. On some games, you can actually turn the screen vertically, which makes you hold your PSP...

Lots of quality arcade goodness

Some of those games aren't so hot

Classic compilations are a fantastic way for fans to sample a bit of history. The latest example of this retro packaging comes in the form of Namco Museum Battle Collection for the PSP, which is quite simply the best Namco Museum game that the...

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Namco Museum Battle Collection

 

Your favorite Namco classics right in your pocket!

Even though Namco has released a 50th Anniversary PS2, Xbox, GC edition, it really isn't much different from the previous collection, but what makes this one so special is that not only do you get some of the new added titles like Rolling Thunder, but...

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Namco Museum Battle Collection review for the PSP

 

A pocket full of history.

Twenty old games; All of which are emulated well

Some of which shouldn\'t have been; No extras at all; Should cost less

But if you've already made up your mind that your futuristic PSP is incomplete without the attendance of old farts like Pac-Man and Dig Dug, this does the trick by providing a smooth, glitch free emulation of the selected games. Just make sure to take...

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Namco Museum Battle Collection

 

It's old-school and it's portable. What more do you need to know?

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.

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Namco Museum Battle Collection

 

Yet another collection of classic Namco arcade games, but this one looks better than ever before.

Ten more games than the Japanese release; the graphics look crazy sharp on the PSP screen

Some of the new games aren't that hot; game sharing is fairly worthless; no actual museum content

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Namco Museum Battle Collection

 

More than 20 rare and classic Namco arcade games come to the PlayStation Portable in this release. Included are emulations of hits such as Dig Dug, Galaga, Galaxian, Pac-Man, Ms. Pac-Man, Rally-X, and Xevious, along with near-forgotten gems and oddities s

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Namco Museum:Battle Collection (PSP) review

 

Shoot, race, eat, inflate, bounce, collect and repeat.

Despite shiny issues and unsightly screen-blur, there's a good deal of shortterm fun to be had here, which makes this compilation perfect for short-term play.

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