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A collection of 11 Namco NES games.
A second collection of 11 NES games from Namco.
A compilation of 11 Namco games for Evercade.
A second helping of 11 Namco games for the Evercade.
Physical compilation of the Switch version of Namco Museum with Pac-Man Championship Edition 2 Plus.
A freshly cultivated collection of Namco arcade classics for Nintendo Switch.
Pac-Man Museum is a digital compilation of many traditional Pac-Man titles, from his "humble beginnings" to later entries like Pac-Man Battle Royale.
A collection of classic and updated Namco games for the Wii.
This collection of Namco classics comes with an updated version of Xevious and ties into PlayStation Home.
A collection of Namco titles featuring such classics as Pac Man, Galaga, among others. Also featuring newer titles like Galaga Legions and Pac Man C.E.
Play remixes of classic Namco games.
A collection of Namco classics for the Nintendo DS.
Includes Pac-Man, Galaga, Rally-X, Dig Dug, and many other classics.
A compilation of twelve classic Namco arcade games. This edition of Namco Museum was released only in North America for PS2, GameCube and Xbox.
Namco Museum for the Gameboy Advance
Namco Museum 64 is a collection of classic games released on the Nintendo 64. These games include Pac-Man, Ms. Pac-Man, Galaga, Galaxian, Pole Position, and Dig-Dug.
The final PS1 release of Namco Museum, which only came out in Japan.
Includes Metro-Cross, Baraduke, Dragon Spirit, Pac-Mania, and The Legend of Valkyrie.
Includes Assault, Pac-Land, Ordyne, The Return of Ishtar, and The Genji and The Heike Clans
Includes Galaxian, Ms. Pac-Man, Pole Position II, Dig Dug, Phozon, and The Tower of Druaga.
Includes Xevious, Gaplus, Super Pac-Man, Mappy, Grobda, and Dragon Buster.
The first game in the Namco Museum franchise was released in 1997 for the PlayStation, and includes a variety of Namco arcade games.
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