List of Namco games

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Since its start, when it operated rides for children at a Yokohama department store, Namco has grown into one of the top video game manufacturers in Japan. Its games are known worldwide, both in video arcades and on home video game consoles. Today, Namco Bandai Games is the successor to Namco's legacy and continues manufacturing and distributing video games around the world.


Arcade releases[edit]

At first, Namco distributed its games itself in Japan, while relying on third-party companies, such as Atari and Midway Manufacturing to distribute them in North America and other regions under their own brand names. Later, it would handle more of its own distribution.

Title Release date Notes
Gee Bee 1978 Namco's first independently-released game.
Bomb Bee 1979 Sequel to Gee Bee.
Galaxian 1979 First Namco shoot 'em up game.
Cutie Q 1979 Second sequel to Gee Bee.
SOS 1979
Navarone 1980
Kaitei Takara Sagashi 1980 Created by K'K Tokki as a prototype.
Pac-Man 1980 Namco's biggest selling game of all time.
King & Balloon 1980 The first Namco game to feature synthesized voices.
Tank Battalion 1980
Rally-X 1980 The first Namco game to feature a bonus round.
New Rally-X 1981 Sequel to Rally-X.
Warp & Warp 1981 Also known as Warp Warp by Rock-Ola in the USA.
Galaga 1981 Sequel to Galaxian. Most successful shoot 'em up game ever.
Ms. Pac-Man 1981 An unauthorized first title created by Midway, the rights were later turned over to Namco.
Bosconian 1981 The first Namco game to have a continue feature.
Dig Dug 1982
Pole Position 1982 The Namco's first 3-D racing game with driving controls.
Super Pac-Man 1982 Remake of Pac-Man with new features.
Pac-Man Plus 1982 Second unauthorized title created by Bally Midway.
Xevious 1982 One of the first Namco's vertical scrolling shoot 'em up games.
Phozon 1983
Mappy 1983 Cat and mouse chase game. The first game of Namco with a story line.
Jr. Pac-Man 1983 Third and last unauthorized title created by Bally Midway.
Pac & Pal 1983 Introduction of Pac-Man's pal Miru.
Libble Rabble 1983
Pole Position II 1983 Sequel to Pole Position.
Tower of Druaga 1984
Pac-Land 1984 The Namco's first side-scrolling platformer.
Grobda 1984 Spin-off of Xevious.
Super Xevious 1984 First sequel to Xevious.
Cosmoswat 1984 Extremely rare projection shooting game where you shoot moving targets projected onto a screen or wall.[1]
Dragon Buster 1985 One of the first Namco games to feature a life bar.
Dig Dug II 1985 Sequel to Dig Dug.
Metro-Cross 1985
Baraduke 1985 Also known as Alien Sector.
Motos 1985 First Namco game to calculate damaged based on weight.
Sky Kid 1985 The first game from Namco to allow two players to play simultaneously.
Vs. Battle City 1985 A converted Nintendo Famicom game by Namco for use on the Vs. arcade system.
Vs. Star Luster 1985 A converted Nintendo Famicom game by Namco for use on the Vs. arcade system.
Sky Kid Deluxe 1986 Sequel to Sky Kid.
Hopping Mappy 1986 Sequel to Mappy.
Toy Pop 1986
The Return of Ishtar 1986 The sequel to The Tower of Druaga.
Thunder Ceptor 1986
Genpei Tōma Den 1986
3D Thunder Ceptor II 1986
Rolling Thunder 1986
Vs. Super Xevious 1986 A converted version of Super Xevious for use on the Vs. arcade system.
Wonder Momo 1987
Yokai Douchuuki 1987 Also known as Shadow Land, also Namco's first 16-bit arcade game.
Dragon Spirit 1987
Blazer 1987
Quester 1987
Pac-Mania 1987 The first 3-D remake of Pac-Man with 4 distinct worlds.
Galaga '88 1987 Remake of Galaga.
Final Lap 1987
World Stadium 1988
Assault 1988
Berabow Man:Chouzetsu Rinjin 1988 Also known as Bravoman or Beraboh Man.
Marchen Maze 1988
Bakutotsu Kijuutei - Baraduke II 1988 Sequel to Baraduke.
Ordyne 1988
Metal Hawk 1988
World Court 1988
Splatterhouse 1988 Namco's first violent game.
Mirai Ninja 1988
Face Off 1988
Phelios 1988
Winning Run 1988
Rompers 1989
Blast Off 1989 A sequel to Bosconian.
Valkyrie No Densetsu 1989
Dirt Fox 1989
World Stadium '89 1989
Finest Hour 1989
Burning Force 1989
Four Trax 1989
Dangerous Seed 1989
Marvel Land 1989 Also known as Talmit's Adventure.
Winning Run Suzuka GP 1989 First sequel to Winning Run features the real Japanese Suzuka circuit.
Galaxian 3 1990 The first Namco's Theme park attraction game to supporting up to 28 players. Also known as Galaxian³: Project Dragoon.
Kyuukai Douchuuki 1990 Baseball game which uses characters from Yokai Douchuuki.
World Stadium '90 1990
Final Lap 2 1990 First sequel to Final Lap.
Pistol Daimyo no Bouken 1990
Souko Ban Deluxe 1990 Also known as Boxy Boy.
Dragon Saber 1990 A sequel to Dragon Spirit.
Puzzle Club 1990 Unreleased prototype.
Rolling Thunder 2 1990 Sequel to Rolling Thunder.
Steel Gunner 1990
Golly! Ghost! 1990 The first Namco game with Electro-mechanical/video game hybrid.
Driver's Eyes 1990 Three-screen panoramic version of Winning Run.
StarBlade 1991
Super World Stadium 1991
Solvalou 1991 Second and "first 3-D" sequel to Xevious.
Tank Force 1991 Sequel to Tank Battalion.
Steel Gunner 2 1991 Sequel to Steel Gunner.
Cosmo Gang the Video 1991 A video game that uses the characters from a popular redemption game released in the previous year.
Bubble Trouble: Golly! Ghost! 2 1991 Sequel to Golly! Ghost!.
Winning Run '91 1991 Second and last sequel to Winning Run.
Suzuka 8 Hours 1992
Bakuretsu Quiz Ma-Q Dai Bōken 1992
Super World Stadium '92 1992
Final Lap 3 1992 Second sequel to Final Lap.
F/A 1992 Also known as Fighter & Attacker.
Cosmo Gang the Puzzle 1992
Exvania 1992
Super World Court 1992
Knuckle Heads 1992
Lucky & Wild 1992
Air Combat 1992
Super World Stadium '93 1993
Emeraldia 1993
Nettou! Gekitou! Quiztou!! 1993
Numan Athletics 1993
Ridge Racer 1993
Great Sluggers 1993
Final Lap R 1993 Third and last sequel to Final Lap.
Tinkle Pit 1993
Cyber Sled 1993
Suzuka 8 Hours 2 1993 Sequel to Suzuka 8 Hours.
Galaxian³: Project Dragoon 1993 Six-player arcade version of the game developed for the "Theater 6" system.
Attack of the Zolgear 1994 Sequel to Galaxian 3; a conversion kit for the "Theater 6" system.
J-League Soccer V-Shoot 1994
Nebulas Ray 1994
Point Blank 1994 Known as Gun Bullet in Japan.
Great Sluggers '94 1994
Tekken 1994
Ridge Racer 2 1994 First sequel to Ridge Racer.
Ace Driver 1994
Alpine Racer 1994
Cyber Commando 1994 Sequel to Cyber Sled.
The Outfoxies 1994
Ace Driver: Victory Lap 1995 First sequel to Ace Driver.
Air Combat 22 1995 Sequel to Air Combat; named with the number "22" because converted for the Namco Super System 22 hardware.
Xevious 3D/G 1995 Third and last sequel of Xevious.
Mach Breakers - Numan Athletics 2 1995 Sequel to Numan Athletics.
Super World Stadium '95 1995
Rave Racer 1995 Second sequel to Ridge Racer.
Namco Classic Collection Vol. 1 1995 Included original and "arranged" versions of Galaga, Xevious and Mappy.
Speed Racer 1995
Soul Edge 1995
Tekken 2 1995
Dunk Mania 1995
Cyber Cycles 1995
Dirt Dash 1995
Time Crisis 1995
Namco Classic Collection Vol. 2 1996 Included original and "arranged" versions of Pac-Man, Dig Dug and Rally-X.
Super World Stadium '96 1996
Abnormal Check 1996
Alpine Racer 2 1996 First sequel to Alpine Racer.
Alpine Surfer 1996 A spin-off of Alpine Racer.
Aqua Jet 1996
Armadillo Racing 1996
Dancing Eyes 1996
Prime Goal EX 1996
Pocket Racer 1996 Arcade spin-off of Ridge Racer with mini-machines.
Soul Edge Ver. II 1996 An alternate arcade version of Soul Edge.
Tokyo Wars 1996
Prop Cycle 1996
Kosodate Quiz My Angel 1996
Tekken 3 1996
Downhill Bikers 1997
Final Furlong 1997
Kosodate Quiz My Angel 2 1997
Libero Grande 1997
Motocross Go! 1997
Rapid River 1997
Super World Stadium '97 1997
Time Crisis II 1997 First sequel to Time Crisis.
Panic Park 1997
Soulcalibur 1998 A sequel to Soul Edge.
Angler King 1998
Derby Quiz My Dream Horse 1998
Fighting Layer 1998
Gunmen Wars 1998
Race On! 1998
Super World Stadium '98 1998
Tenkomori Shooting 1998
500GP 1998
Aqua Rush 1999
Balance Try 1999
Final Furlong 2 1999
Golgo 13 1999 Sniper gun game based on the Japanese manga Golgo 13.
Guitar Jam 1999
Kaiun Quiz 1999
Mr. Driller 1999
Point Blank 2 1999 First sequel to Point Blank. Also known as Gunbarl or Gun Bullet 2.
Ghoul Panic 1999 Also known as Oh Bakyuun. Spin-off of Point Blank.
Super World Stadium '99 1999
Taiko no Tatsujin 1999
Tekken Tag Tournament 1999
Crisis Zone 1999 Arcade spin-off of Time Crisis.
Golgo 13 Kiseki no Dandou 2000 First sequel to Golgo 13.
Ninja Assault 2000
Point Blank 3 2000 Second and last sequel to Point Blank. Also known as Gunbalina or Gun Bullet 3.
Mr. Driller 2 2000
Ridge Racer V: Arcade Battle 2000
Super World Stadium 2000 2000
Truck Kyosokyoku 2000
World Kicks 2000
Golgo 13 Juusei no Requiem 2001 Second and last sequel to Golgo 13.
Mr. Driller G 2001
Super World Stadium 2001 2001
Tekken 4 2001
Vampire Night 2001
Wangan Midnight 2001
Kotoba no Puzzle: Mojipittan 2001
Taiko no Tatsujin 2 2001
Time Crisis 3 2002 Second sequel to Time Crisis.
Alpine Racer 3 2002 Second and last sequel to Alpine Racer.
Dragon Cronichles 2002
Mazan: Flash Of The Blade 2002
Samurai Surf X 2002
Professional Baseball 2002 2002
Seishun Quiz Colorful High School 2002
Star Trigon 2002
Taiko no Tatsujin 3 2002
Taiko no Tatsujin 4 2002
Wangan Midnight R 2002
Soulcalibur II 2003
Dragon Cronichles II 2003 Sequel to Dragon Cronichles.
Flamin' Finger 2003 The first Namco's Redemption game using an LED playfield.
Taiko no Tatsujin 5 2003
Counter Strike Neo 2003
Smash Court Tennis Pro Tournament 2 2004
Tekken 5 2004
Wangan Midnight Maximum Tune 2004 Also known as Wangan Midnight: Maxi Boost.
Taiko no Tatsujin 6 2004
The Idolmaster 2005 Based on the prototype Idol Game
Cobra: The Arcade 2005 Based on the Japanese manga Space Adventure Cobra.
Counter Strike Neo White Memories 2005
Druaga Online: The Story of Aon 2005
Mario Kart Arcade GP 2005 First Namco game in co-production with Nintendo.
Taiko no Tatsujin 7 2005
Tekken 5.1 2005
Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection 2005
Wangan Midnight Maximum Tune 2 2005 Also known as Wangan Midnight: Maxi Boost 2.
Namco × Capcom 2005
Soulcalibur III: Arcade Edition 2006
Time Crisis 4 2006 Third and last sequel to Time Crisis.
Minna de Kitaeru Zenno Training 2006
Taiko no Tatsujin 8 2006
Bomberman Stadium 2007
Tekken 6 2007
Mobile Suit Gundam: Bonds of the Battlefield 2007
New Space Order 2007
Wangan Midnight Maximum Tune 3 2007
Mario Kart Arcade GP 2 2007 Sequel to Mario Kart GP Arcade.
Animal Kaiser - The King of Animal 2008
Ace Driver 3: Final Turn 2008 Second and last sequel to Ace Driver.
Nirin 2008
Tekken 6 Bloodline Rebellion 2008
Wangan Midnight Maximum Tune 3DX 2008
Razing Storm 2009
Tank! Tank! Tank! 2009
Dead Heat 2010
Mobile Suit Gundam: Extreme Vs. 2010
Deadstorm Pirates 2010
Pac-Man's Arcade Party 2010
Dragon Ball ZENKAI Battle Royale 2011
Pac-Man Battle Royale 2011
Tekken Tag Tournament 2 2011 Sequel to Tekken Tag Tournament.
Dark Escape 4D 2012
Dead Heat Riders 2013 Sequel to Dead Heat.
Tekken X Street Fighter 2013 First Namco's crossover game. Crossover of the games Tekken and Street Fighter.
Wangan Midnight Maximum Tune 4 2013
Go Go Grand Prix 2013
Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures 2013 First Namco's Game based on Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures.

Console games[edit]

Atari platforms[edit]

Atari produced these Namco games for its own consoles and released them under the Atari name.

Title Atari 2600 Atari 5200 Atari 7800 Atari 8-bit computers
Dig Dug Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY
Galaga Green tickY
Galaxian Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY
Ms. Pac-Man Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY
Pac-Man Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY
Pole Position Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY
Pole Position II Green tickY
Xevious Green tickY

Bandai platforms[edit]

Even before its merger with Bandai, Namco produced games for Bandai's family of handheld video game consoles.

Title WonderSwan WonderSwan Color SwanCrystal
Gunpey Green tickY
Kaze no Klonoa: Moonlight Museum Green tickY
Mr. Driller Green tickY
Namco Super Wars Green tickY
Tekken Card Challenge Green tickY

Microsoft platforms[edit]

Title Xbox Original Live Arcade Xbox 360 Xbox Live Arcade
Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation Green tickY
Ace Combat: Assault Horizon Green tickY
Beautiful Katamari Green tickY
Breakdown Green tickY
Culdcept Saga Green tickY
Dig Dug Green tickY1 Green tickY
Dead to Rights Green tickY
Eternal Sonata Green tickY
Galaga Green tickY1 Green tickY
Galaga Legions Green tickY
The Idolmaster Green tickY
The Idolmaster Live For You! Green tickY
Love Football Green tickY
Mr. Driller Online Green tickY
Ms. Pac-Man Green tickY Green tickY
Namco Museum Green tickY
Namco Museum 50th Anniversary Green tickY
Namco Museum Virtual Arcade Green tickY
New Rally-X Green tickY
Pac-Man Green tickY
Pac-Man Championship Edition Green tickY
Pac-Man World 2 Green tickY
Pac-Man World 3 Green tickY
Pole Position Green tickY1
R:Racing Evolution Green tickY
Ridge Racer 6 Green tickY
Ridge Racer Unbounded Green tickY
Soulcalibur Green tickY
Soulcalibur II Green tickY
Soulcalibur IV Green tickY
Soulcalibur V Green tickY
Splatterhouse Green tickY
Tales of Vesperia Green tickY
Tekken 6 Green tickY
Xevious Green tickY
Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Green tickY
Tekken X Street Fighter Green tickY
Notes:
  1. Included in Namco Vintage.

Nintendo platforms[edit]

At the end of the 1980s, sales of Namco games on the Nintendo Entertainment System accounted for 40% of its annual sales. Today, Namco Bandai Games supports Nintendo's platforms with original content as well as classic re-releases for Wii's Virtual Console.

Home consoles[edit]

Title NES SNES N64 GameCube Wii Virtual Console Wii U
Active Life: Athletic World Green tickY
Assault Green tickY1
Baraduke Green tickY1
Baraduke II Green tickY1
Baten Kaitos: Eternal Wings and the Lost Ocean Green tickY
Baten Kaitos Origins Green tickY
Battle City Green tickY Green tickY
Bosconian Green tickY1
Bravoman Green tickY1
Chōjikū Yōsai Macross Green tickY
Cosmo Gang the Puzzle Green tickY1
Cosmo Gang the Video Green tickY1
Curious George Green tickY
Cyber Sled Green tickY1
Dead to Rights Green tickY
Devilman Green tickY
Dig Dug Green tickY2 Green tickY3
Dig Dug II Green tickY2 Green tickY1
Digital Devil Story: Megami Tensei Green tickY
Digital Devil Story: Megami Tensei II Green tickY
Donkey Konga Green tickY
Donkey Konga 2 Green tickY
Donkey Konga 3 Green tickY
Dragon Buster Green tickY Green tickY3
Dragon Ninja Green tickY
Dragon Saber Green tickY1
Dragon Slayer IV: Drasle Family Green tickY
Dragon Spirit Green tickY1
Dragon Spirit: The New Legend Green tickY
Emeraldia Green tickY1
Erika to Satoru no Yume Bōken Green tickY
Face Off Green tickY1
Family Boxing Green tickY
Famista 64 Green tickY
Family Stadium '89: Kaimakuhan Green tickY
Family Stadium 2003 Green tickY
Final Lap Green tickY
Finest Hour Green tickY1
Fragile Dreams: Farewell Ruins of the Moon Green tickY
Galaga Green tickY2 Green tickY3
Galaga '88 Green tickY1
Galaxian Green tickY2 Green tickY3
Gaplus Green tickY1
Genpei Tōma Den Green tickY Green tickY1
Genpei Tōma Den: Kannoni Green tickY1
Go Vacation Green tickY
Grobda Green tickY1
Heisei Tensai Bakabon Green tickY
Hello Kitty: Roller Rescue Green tickY
Hopping Mappy Green tickY1
Hydlide 3: Yami Kara No Houmonsha Green tickY
I-Ninja Green tickY
Ishtar no Fukkatsu Green tickY1
Karnov Green tickY
King of Kings Green tickY
Klonoa: Door To Phantomile Green tickY
Knuckle Heads Green tickY1
Libble Rabble Green tickY Green tickY1
Lupin Sansei: Pandora no Isan Green tickY
Mappy Green tickY Green tickY1
Mappy Kids Green tickY
Mappy Land Green tickY
Märchen Maze Green tickY1
Mario Superstar Baseball Green tickY
Marvel Land Green tickY1
Metal Marines Green tickY Green tickY
Metro Cross Green tickY
Mr. Driller: Drill Land Green tickY
Ms. Pac-Man Maze Madness Green tickY
Namco Museum Green tickY
Namco Museum 50th Anniversary Green tickY
Namco Museum 64 Green tickY
Namco Museum Megamix Green tickY
New Rally-X Green tickY1
Numan Athletics Green tickY1
Ordyne Green tickY1
Pac-Attack Green tickY Green tickY
Pac-Land Green tickY
Pac-Man Green tickY2 Green tickY1
Pac-Mania Green tickY1
Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures Green tickY
Pac-Man Fever Green tickY
Pac-Man Vs. Green tickY
Pac-Man World 2 Green tickY
Pac-Man World 3 Green tickY
Pac-Man World Rally Green tickY
Phelios Green tickY1
Pro Yakyū Family Stadium Green tickY
Quinty Green tickY
R:Racing Evolution Green tickY
Ridge Racer 64 Green tickY
Rolling Thunder Green tickY Green tickY1
Rolling Thunder 2 Green tickY1
Rompers Green tickY1
Side Pocket Green tickY
The Sky Crawlers: Innocent Aces Green tickY
Sky Kid Green tickY Green tickY3
Smashing Drive Green tickY
Solvalou Green tickY1
Soulcalibur II Green tickY
Soulcalibur Legends Green tickY
Spawn: Armageddon Green tickY
Splatterhouse Green tickY1
Splatterhouse Part 2 Green tickY1
Splatterhouse: Wanpaku Graffiti Green tickY
StarBlade Green tickY1
Star Fox Assault Green tickY
Star Luster Green tickY Green tickY
Star Wars Green tickY
Street Racing Syndicate Green tickY
Super Chinese Green tickY
Super Family Gerende Green tickY
Super Famista Green tickY
Super Wagan Land Green tickY
Super Xevious: The Mystery of GAMP Green tickY
Tag Team Pro Wrestling Green tickY
Taiko no Tatsujin Wii Green tickY
Taiko no Tatsujin Wii: Do Don to 2 Daime Green tickY
Tales of Phantasia Green tickY
Tales of Symphonia Green tickY
Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World Green tickY
Tank Force Green tickY1
Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Green tickY
Tenkaichi Bushi Keru Nagūru Green tickY
The Quest of Ki Green tickY
Tower of Babel Green tickY
The Tower of Druaga Green tickY Green tickY3
Toy Pop Green tickY1
Valkyrie no Bōken: Toki no Kagi Densetsu Green tickY Green tickY
Valkyrie no Densetsu Green tickY1
Wagan Land Green tickY Green tickY
Warpman Green tickY
Weaponlord Green tickY
Wonder Momo Green tickY1
Wrestleball Green tickY1
Whirlo Green tickY
Xevious Green tickY2 Green tickY3
Yōkai Dōchūki Green tickY Green tickY1
Notes:
  1. Alternate versions (i.e., from another system or the arcade) are available.
  1. Game also released on Famicom Disk System.
  1. Both home and arcade versions are available.

Portable consoles[edit]

Title Game Boy Game Boy Color Game Boy Advance Nintendo DS
Atomic Betty Green tickY
Blue Dragon: Ikai no Kyojū Green tickY
Brave Story Green tickY
Curious George Green tickY
Dig Dug: Digging Strike Green tickY
Famista Advance Green tickY
Great Greed Green tickY
Gunpey DS Green tickY
Klonoa: Empire of Dreams Green tickY
Klonoa 2: Dream Champ Tournament Green tickY
Klonoa Heroes: Densetsu no Star Medal Green tickY
Mage Knight: Destiny's Soldier Green tickY
Metcha! Taiko no Tatsujin DS: Nanatsu no Shima no Daibouken Green tickY
Mr. Driller Green tickY
Mr. Driller Drill Spirits Green tickY
Ms. Pac-Man Green tickY
Namco Museum Green tickY
Namco Museum 50th Anniversary Green tickY
Namco Museum DS Green tickY
Pac 'n Roll Green tickY
Pac-Man Green tickY
Pac-Man Collection Green tickY
Pac-Pix Green tickY
Pac-Man World 3 Green tickY
Point Blank DS Green tickY
QuickSpot Green tickY
Retro Game Challenge Green tickY
Ridge Racer DS Green tickY
Sigma Star Saga Green tickY
Taiko no Tatsujin DS: Touch de Dokodon Green tickY
Tales of Hearts Green tickY
Tales of Innocence Green tickY
Tales of Phantasia Green tickY
Tales of Phantasia: Narikiri Dungeon Green tickY
Tales of the Tempest Green tickY
Tales of the World: Narikiri Dungeon 2 Green tickY
Tales of the World: Narikiri Dungeon 3 Green tickY
Tales of the World: Summoner's Lineage Green tickY
Tekken Advance Green tickY
The Idolmaster Dearly Stars Green tickY
Trioncube Green tickY

Sega platforms[edit]

Namco was an early adopter of the Mega Drive/Genesis and Game Gear with many releases, but provided no support for the Sega Saturn, due to its heavy support for Sony's new PlayStation console. Namco, however, would release a number of title's for Sega's final home console, Dreamcast.

Title Master System MD/Genesis Game Gear Saturn Dreamcast
Burning Force Green tickY
Chibi Maruko-chan: Waku Waku Shopping Green tickY
Dangerous Seed Green tickY
Fushigi no Umi no Nadia Green tickY
Galaga '91 Green tickY
Kyuukai Douchuuki Green tickY
Mappy Green tickY
Marvel Land Green tickY
Mr. Driller Green tickY
Ms. Pac-Man Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY
Ms. Pac-Man Maze Madness Green tickY
Namco Museum Green tickY
Pac-Attack Green tickY Green tickY
Pac-In-Time Green tickY
Pac-Jr. Green tickY
Pac-Man Green tickY
Pac-Man 2: The New Adventures Green tickY
Pac-Mania Green tickY Green tickY
Phelios Green tickY
Powerball Green tickY
Quad Challenge Green tickY
Rolling Thunder 2 Green tickY
Rolling Thunder 3 Green tickY
Soulcalibur Green tickY
Splatterhouse 2 Green tickY
Splatterhouse 3 Green tickY
StarBlade Green tickY1
Weaponlord Green tickY
Wagan Land Green tickY
Notes:
  1. Released on Sega Mega-CD format.

Sony platforms[edit]

Namco released a number of launch titles for Sony's entry into the home console market.

Title PlayStation PlayStation 2 PlayStation 3 PlayStation Portable PlayStation Vita
Ace Combat (Air Combat) Green tickY
Ace Combat 2 Green tickY
Ace Combat 3: Electrosphere Green tickY
Ace Combat 04: Shattered Skies Green tickY
Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War Green tickY
Ace Combat X: Skies of Deception Green tickY
Ace Combat: Assault Horizon Green tickY
Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan War Green tickY
Charlie Brown's All-Stars Green tickY Green tickY
Crisis Zone Green tickY
Cyber Sled Green tickY
Dead to Rights Green tickY
Dead to Rights: Reckoning Green tickY
Dead to Rights II Green tickY
Death By Degrees Green tickY
Dragon Valor Green tickY
Eternal Sonata Green tickY
The Fast and the Furious Green tickY Green tickY
Ghoul Panic Green tickY
Gunpey Green tickY
Katamari Damacy Green tickY
Katamari Forever Green tickY
Klonoa: Door to Phantomile Green tickY
Klonoa 2: Lunatea's Veil Green tickY
Klonoa Beach Volleyball Green tickY
Libero Grande Green tickY
Libero Grande 2 International Green tickY
Me and My Katamari Green tickY
Mr. Driller Green tickY
Ms. Pac-Man Maze Madness Green tickY
Namco × Capcom Green tickY
Namco Anthology 1 Green tickY
Namco Anthology 2 Green tickY
Namco Museum Green tickY
Namco Museum 50th Anniversary Green tickY
Namco Museum Battle Collection Green tickY
Namco Museum Encore Green tickY
Namco Museum Vol. 1 Green tickY
Namco Museum Vol. 2 Green tickY
Namco Museum Vol. 3 Green tickY
Namco Museum Vol. 4 Green tickY
Namco Museum Vol. 5 Green tickY
Namco Museum Essentials Green tickY
Ninja Assault Green tickY
Noby Noby Boy Green tickY
Pac-Man Fever Green tickY
Pac-Man World Green tickY
Pac-Man World 2 Green tickY
Pac-Man World 3 Green tickY Green tickY
Point Blank Green tickY
Point Blank 2 Green tickY
Point Blank 3 Green tickY
R:Racing Evolution Green tickY
R4: Ridge Racer Type 4 Green tickY
Rage Racer Green tickY
Rescue Shot Green tickY
Ridge Racer Green tickY
Ridge Racers Green tickY
Ridge Racers 2 Green tickY
Ridge Racer Revolution Green tickY
Ridge Racer V Green tickY
Ridge Racer 7 Green tickY
Ridge Racer Green tickY
Ridge Racer Unbounded Green tickY
Smash Court Tennis 3 Green tickY
Smash Court Tennis Pro Tournament Green tickY
Snoopy vs. the Red Baron Green tickY Green tickY
Soulcalibur: Broken Destiny Green tickY
Soulcalibur II Green tickY
Soulcalibur III Green tickY
Soulcalibur IV Green tickY
Soulcalibur V Green tickY
Soul Edge (Soul Blade) Green tickY
StarBlade Alpha Green tickY
Spawn: Armageddon Green tickY
Street Racing Syndicate Green tickY
Tales of the Abyss Green tickY
Tales of Destiny Green tickY Green tickY
Tales of Destiny 2 Green tickY Green tickY
Tales of Eternia (Tales of Destiny II) Green tickY Green tickY
Tales of Legendia Green tickY
Tales of Phantasia: Full Voice Edition Green tickY
Tales of Rebirth Green tickY
Tales of Symphonia Green tickY Green tickY
Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World Green tickY
Tales of Vesperia Green tickY
Tales of VS. Green tickY
Tales of the World: Radiant Mythology Green tickY
Tales of the World: Radiant Mythology 2 Green tickY
Tekken Green tickY
Tekken 2 Green tickY Green tickY
Tekken 3 Green tickY
Tekken 4 Green tickY
Tekken 5 Green tickY
Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection Green tickY Green tickY
Tekken 6 Green tickY Green tickY
Tekken Tag Tournament Green tickY
Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Green tickY
Tekken X Street Fighter Green tickY Green tickY
Time Crisis Green tickY
Time Crisis: Project Titan Green tickY
Time Crisis II Green tickY
Time Crisis 3 Green tickY
Time Crisis 4 Green tickY
Touch My Katamari Green tickY
Urban Reign Green tickY
Vampire Night Green tickY
Venus & Braves Green tickY
We Love Katamari Green tickY
Xenosaga Episode I: Der Wille zur Macht Green tickY
Xenosaga Episode II: Jenseits von Gut und Böse Green tickY
Xenosaga Episode III: Also sprach Zarathustra Green tickY
Xevious 3D/G+ Green tickY

Other platforms[edit]

Namco has ventured onto other platforms, either itself or through licensing agreements with other publishers.

Title iOS Mobile Windows
Ace Combat: Assault Horizon Green tickY
Alpine Racer Green tickY
Atlantis Sky Patrol Green tickY
Dig Dug Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY1
Dig Dug Remix Green tickY
Dilbert Cubicle Chaos Green tickY
Galaga Green tickY
Galaga Remix Green tickY
Galaxian/Galaxian Mini Green tickY Green tickY1
I Love Katamari Green tickY
Inspector Gadget Green tickY Green tickY
Isaac Newton's Gravity Green tickY
Kill.Switch Green tickY
Mage Knight: Apocalypse Green tickY
Mappy Green tickY Green tickY2
Mr. Do! Green tickY
Mr. Do's Castle Green tickY
Mr. Driller Green tickY Green tickY
Ms. Pac-Man Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY2
Motos Green tickY2
New Rally-X Green tickY
Pac-Man Green tickY Green tickY Green tickY1
Pac-Mania Green tickY
Pac-Man Plus Green tickY
Pac-Man World 3 Green tickY
Pole Position Green tickY1
Pole Position II Green tickY
Popeye Green tickY
Rally-X Green tickY2
Ridge Racer Unbounded Green tickY
Snoopy vs. the Red Baron Green tickY
Super Pac-Man Green tickY
Taiko no Tatsujin Green tickY Green tickY
Time Crisis Mobile Green tickY
Time Crisis Strike Green tickY
Warhammer: Mark of Chaos Green tickY
Xevious/Xevious Mini Green tickY Green tickY2
Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures Green tickY2
Notes:
  1. Included in Microsoft Return of Arcade.
  1. Included in Microsoft Revenge of Arcade.

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