The GBA version only contains Pac-Man, Ms. Pac-Man, Rally-X, Galaga and Dig Dug.
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Namco Museum: 50th Anniversary refers to Namco’s 50 years as a company, it was released on August 30, 2005 for the Playstation 2, Xbox, Gamecube, PC and Gameboy Advance with Digital Eclipse as the developers and Namco as the publishers.
A special edition that marks Namco’s founding as a toy manufacturing company in 1955. It was the second Namco Museum compilation to be released on the PlayStation 2, Xbox and the GameCube. The Game Boy Advance version was also the second Namco Museum compilation for the GBA. It was also released on Microsoft Windows. In Japan, this was released under the title Namco Museum Arcade Hits! for PlayStation 2 only, with Pac-Mania and Galaga ’88 unlocked right from the start and different menu music.
This compilation includes 5 games for the Game Boy Advance:
This is the first edition of Namco Museum with actual arcade game emulation using the original game ROM images (although voice sounds in “Rolling Thunder”, sounds for both “Pole Position” games and “Xevious” are stored in .wav files). Also, the GameCube version allows the player to insert a limited number of credits, about five or six, by repeatedly pressing the Z button when the game first starts, but then players can only exit to the main menu during gameplay. The PS2, Xbox, and PC versions allow the player to exit a game at any time, but skip being able to add credits. For Dragon Spirit, Pac-Mania and Galaga ’88, the continue features from the original arcade versions have only been retained in the Windows PC version of the collection. It is also the last edition of Namco Museum to be released by Namco as an independent company, before merging with Bandai later in 2005.
Namco Museum - 50th Anniversary
North America: August 30, 2005
Game Boy Advance
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