List of Namco video game compilations
Over the years, video game developer Namco has released various compilation-versions of their classic video games.
- 1 Namco Museum (series)
- 2 Namco Classic Collection Vol. 1 & Vol.2
- 3 Microsoft Return/Revenge of Arcade
- 4 Arcade Classics (CD-i)
- 5 Xevious 3D/G+
- 6 Pac-Man anniversary arcade machines
- 7 Pac-Man Collection
- 8 Namco Vintage
- 9 Namco Plug & Play games
- 10 Namco All-Stars: Pac-Man and Dig Dug
- 11 Namco Games Portal
- 12 Galaga 30th Collection
- 13 Pac-Man & Galaga Dimensions
- 14 Namco Arcade
- 15 Pac-Man Games
- 16 Pac-Man Museum
- 17 Pac-Man Championship Edition 2 + Arcade Game Series
- 18 Japan-only compilations
- 18.1 Disk NG
- 18.2 Namco Gallery
- 18.3 Namco History
- 18.4 Namco Anthology
- 18.5 Namco Collection
- 18.6 Gunvari Collection + Time Crisis
- 18.7 NamCollection
- 18.8 Namco Nostalgia
- 19 See also
- 20 References
Namco Museum (series)
Namco Classic Collection Vol. 1 & Vol.2
Microsoft Return/Revenge of Arcade
Arcade Classics (CD-i)
Arcade Classics is a compilation for the Phillips CD-i that was released in Europe, but unlike the majority of Namco compilations, it was not released in North America. This compilation contains ports of Galaxian, Ms. Pac-Man and Galaga.
Pac-Man anniversary arcade machines
20 Year Reunion: Ms. Pac-Man/Galaga - Class of 1981
20 Year Reunion: Ms. Pac-Man/ Galaga - Class of 1981 was released in 2001, and was made to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Ms. Pac-Man and Galaga, both of which are playable. Additionally, the original Pac-Man is playable by performing a special code using the joystick.
Pac-Man 25th Anniversary
Pac-Man 25th Anniversary was released in 2005 to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Pac-Man, and also featured Ms.
Pac-Man and Galaga. Two versions of this machine were produced; one for arcades and another for homes, without the coin slot.
Pac-Man's Arcade Party
Rally-X, Bosconian, Rolling Thunder and Dragon Spirit. Much like Pac-Man 25th Anniversary, a home version was also produced, with Ms. Pac-Man as a bonus game.
Pac-Man Collection is a compilation of four Pac-Man games for Game Boy Advance that was also released on the Wii U Virtual Console, and included Pac-Man, Pac-Attack, Pac-Mania and Pac-Man Arrangement.
Namco Vintage was a compilation containing Galaga, Dig Dug, and Pole Position that was a downloadable game on the Xbox Live Arcade disc for Xbox (not to be confused with Xbox Live Arcade for Xbox 360).
Namco Plug & Play games
Namco All-Stars: Pac-Man and Dig Dug
Namco Games Portal
Namco Games Portal was an iOS application released in 2010 that included several Bandai Namco-developed iOS games as well as games that could be purchased through the app. The games that were free to play were Letter Labyrinth, Time Crisis 2nd Strike, Pac-Man Lite, Galaga Remix Lite, Dig Dug Remix Lite and Ace Combat Xi: Skies of Incursion.
Galaga 30th Collection
To celebrate Galaga's 30th anniversary, Galaga 30th Collection is an iOS application that is downloadable for free and comes with Galaxian, with its three arcade sequels available to buy as in-app purchases.
Pac-Man & Galaga Dimensions
Pac-Man & Galaga Dimensions is a video game compilation for Nintendo 3DS which includes two new games, Pac-Man Tilt and Galaga 3D Impact, as well as Pac-Man Championship Edition, Galaga Legions, the original Pac-Man and the original Galaga.
Namco Arcade was an application for iOS and Android that was downloadable for free and allowed players to play each game for free once a day, with either the option to purchase the game in-app, or to utilize its "Play Coin" feature. The app featured Pac-Man, Galaga, The Tower of Druaga, Rolling Thunder, Dragon Buster, Motos, Phozon, Xevious, Pac-Land and StarBlade. The app was later delisted from the App Store on March 31, 2016.
Pac-Man Games was an iOS application by Namco Bandai Games that contained timed "S" (Score Attack) versions of six different Namco games along with social network features, with the games being Pac-Man S, Dig Dug S, Galaga S, Rally-X S, Gator Panic S, and Pac-Chain S.
Pac-Man Championship Edition 2 + Arcade Game Series
Pac-Man Championship Edition 2 + Arcade Game Series is a retail disc containing three of the Arcade Game Series games (Pac-Man, Galaga, and Dig Dug) compiled with Pac-Man Championship Edition 2, it was released for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on November 1, 2016 in North America.
Namco Gallery is a Japan-only series of game compilations for Game Boy containing Game Boy versions of console and arcade games from Namco. It is split into three volumes, and they are all enhanced when played on a Super Game Boy.
Namco Anthology is a two disc series of game compilations for PlayStation that have only been released in Japan in 1998. They are similar to the Namco Museum series except that the Anthology collections include games that have been released on consoles originally. Each disc includes four games and along with each of the games, there were also updated versions of each of the games. Both Namco Anthology titles were released onto the Japanese PlayStation Store as PSOne Classics on December 18th, 2013.
Namco Anthology 1
- Star Luster
- Tower of Babel
- Wrestleball (Known in North America as Powerball)
- San Goku Shi II: Haou no Tairiku
Namco Anthology 2
The remake of Pac-Attack was later included as a bonus game in Pac-Man World 2.
Namco Collection for Windows is a two-volume series of Namco arcade compilations that were only released in Japan. It was released there less than a year after the final volume of Namco History (another series of Namco arcade compilations for Windows that was only released in Japan). None of the games in either volume were included in any of the Namco History volumes, making this series seem like its successor.
Gunvari Collection + Time Crisis
NamCollection is a video game compilation for PlayStation 2 that contains five PlayStation games, the compilation celebrated Namco's 50th anniversary but it's not to be confused with Namco Museum: 50th Anniversary.
Two of the Let's! TV Play Classic devices includes Namco games, each one contains two classic games and two new games using the classic sprites.
- "Pac-Man Championship Edition 2 + Arcade Game Series". Play-Asia.com. Retrieved 20 October 2016.