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EVERYONE 10 AND OLDER, Cartoon Violence
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This "50th Anniversary" addition to the Museum series celebrates the longevity of Namco, which was founded in 1955 as an operator of "rocking horse" amusement rides. Namco has been in the video game business since 1974, when it acquired the Japanese division of the original Atari.
In its most prolific arcade game compilation yet, Namco revives 14 coin-op classics for play on home consoles. The disc aims to provide spot-on emulations of the following blockbuster hits and forgotten favorites: Galaxian (1979), Pac-Man (1980), Rally-X (1980), Ms. Pac-Man (1981), Galaga (1981), Bosconian (1981), Dig Dug (1982), Pole Position (1982), Xevious (1982), Pole Position II (1983), Mappy (1983), Sky Kid (1985), Rolling Thunder (1987), and Dragon Spirit (1987). ~ T.J. Deci, All Game Guide