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'Namco Museum DS' (NDS) - Features & Screens

by Rainier on Jan. 1, 2006 @ 1:30 a.m. PST

Namco Bandai Games brings its classic roster to the Nintendo DS, giving fans a handheld dose of gaming history! Namco Museum DS allows players a chance to enjoy their favorite classics on the next generation of handhelds.

In addition to the included legendary roster, Namco Museum DS also features an updated version of fan favorite, Pac Man Vs. Never before available as a separate product, this present day remake of Pac-Man headlines this compilation, bringing classic gameplay with a twist.

Namco Bandai Games brings its classic roster to the Nintendo DS, giving fans a handheld dose of gaming history! Namco Museum DS allows players a chance to enjoy their favorite classics on the next generation of handhelds.

In addition to the included legendary roster, Namco Museum DS also features an updated version of fan favorite, Pac Man Vs. Never before available as a separate product, this present day remake of Pac-Man headlines this compilation, bringing classic gameplay with a twist.

Features:

  • Great Namco classics: Bring your favorites along with you: Pac-Man, Galaga, Xevious, Dig Dug II, Galaxian, Mappy, and Tower of Druaga
  • Pac-Man Vs.: For the first time ever, this collaboration between Toru Iwatani, creator of Pac-Man, and Shigeru Miyamoto, legendary Nintendo creator, is released as a separate product for fans to enjoy!
  • Wireless play: Challenge up to 3 of your friends in Pac-Man Vs. as one of you race to chomp up all the pellets. With only one DS card, your friends will be able to play as ghost to stop you on your mission to clear the board.
  • Unique viewing style: With a new rendering system, view your classics with the dual screens to your advantage!

Release Date: Q3 2007

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