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Eschewing the usual clichés and gung-ho settings currently inhabiting the FPS genre, Get Even subtlety removes the classic division between single-player and multiplayer experiences to unfold two linked stories. The ...
Set in the distant, space-faring future Supernova takes an innovative approach to the multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) genre by adding real-time strategy (RTS) elements and promises an exciting science ...
New Gundam Breaker
Featuring a multitude of different Gunpla, New Gundam Breaker will enable players to construct their own Gunpla and take them into battle.
Mobile Ops: The One Year War
Mobile Ops: The One Year War is an FPS that features mobile suit, on foot, and vehicle warfare, as well as online play.
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 ...
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.
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 ...
Pac-Man World is a fun little game that goes beyond mere regurgitation.
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.
While the two-player mode could use some help and is more of a throwaway feature, the single-player mode is worth every penny.
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.
Tales of Destiny
Namco's Tales of Destiny is one of those RPGs that should've been left abroad.
The undeniable king of fighting games is here, and it's time to break bones and necks.
Namco is giving PlayStation-owning nostalgia lovers more reason to celebrate.
Mr. Driller is a cute and quirky puzzler that lacks the variety to make it a long-term contender for your attention like a Puzzle Fighter or Tetris would. At a ...
Namco Museum (2002)
This package contains the major hits that most fans are after.
Ms. Pac-Man Maze Madness
While Maze Madness may be overly easy for experienced gamers, the younger crowd and inexperienced gamers should have loads of fun with the game.
On its own terms, Soul Calibur II is by all means a great fighting game, and Namco has done a fine job of making each respective console version equally enticing.
Mr. Driller 2
Test your drill skills in Mr. Driller 2, a colorful puzzle game for the Game Boy Advance.
Dead to Rights
If you've ever wondered what it might feel like to be the lone action hero up against a ridiculous number of enemies, this game is about as close as you'll ...
Klonoa: Empire of Dreams
It is a highly respectable emulation of the general feel of the Klonoa universe.
Regardless of their age, the simple, undemanding diversions found in Pac-Man Collection are perfect for today's portable systems.