The only major detriment of Ms. Pac-Man on mobile is that you can, for only a little more money, play Ms. Pac-Man for Prizes--the same game with additional benefits.
If you're interested in pure Galaga nostalgia, Galaga for mobile is a perfect port.
This action-adventure game will be based on a computer-generated feature film of the same name.
Extreme Force: Grant City Anti-Crime
Namco's crime-fighting action adventure will take place in Dead to Rights' Grant City.
In Namco's new racer, you must complete missions by delivering items, destroying targets, protecting people, and more.
Stargate SG-1: The Alliance
Fans of the Stargate SG-1 TV series can now experience the science-fiction universe in The Alliance--a new action game from Namco.
Super Pac-Man Pinball
Super Pac-Man Pinball is a pinball game starring Namco's yellow, dot-munching mascot. The game features three multiplayer modes and utilizes the touch screen and microphone built into the DS.
Frame City Killer
Frame City Killer is a next-generation action game set in a futuristic Asia. The game lets you play as a hitman out to stop a terrorist organization.
Ridge Racer 2
Ridge Racer 2 features 62 cars, 42 circuits, including mirror circuits, taken from RR Revolution, Rage Racer, R4 and others in series, as well as the return of the nitro system.
Ace Combat 3: Electrosphere
While early adopters of the import version might have had a lot to look forward to in the US release, Ace Combat 3: Electrosphere arrives on our fair shores gutted of the few qualities that made it attractive in the first place.
The branching family tree adds a measure of replay value, but the game is average enough that few will want to play it through more than once.
Libero Grande is, without a doubt, an unapologetic arcade soccer experience, making no pretenses to heavy stat-tracking or any of that kind of tomfoolery.
Micro Machines V3
The gameplay becomes incredibly monotonous almost immediately.
Namco Museum 64
It's likely that you'll find at least one game among the six that will make the collection worth picking up for you, but it could certainly be all of them.
Namco Museum Vol. 1
These titles are, without exception, true to their original stand-up arcade machines.
Namco Museum Vol. 2
These arcade classics may not have the pizzazz of today's games, but in terms of raw playability these classics can't be stopped.
Namco Museum Vol. 4
Most are little known games that were little known for a reason.
As one of the most famous games of all time, Pac-Man was one of the first games to inspire a flood of licensed products, including breakfast cereal, toys, and a Saturday morning cartoon.
Pac-Man World is a fun little game that goes beyond mere regurgitation.
Point Blank 2
Fans of Point Blank will certainly not be disappointed, and those who thought Point Blank was a bit too remedial will probably be right at home.
Ridge Racer Revolution
A few new cars and flashy tracks hardly make this game worth the price of admission.
R4: Ridge Racer Type 4
If you've ever cared about any of the games in the Ridge Racer series, then R4 is definitely the racing game for you.
Ridge Racer V
Ridge Racer V all but ignores most of the gameplay refinements that the series has seen over the years, returning to the general driving style of games like Ridge Racer and Ridge Racer Revolution.
Smash Court 2
Smash Court 2 is the sequel to Namco's little known tennis game, Smash Court, which was originally released in Japan back in 1996.