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Namco Puts Your Childhood on Acid Again with Galaga Legions DX

Posted on Monday, June 27 @ 22:09:53 PST by

Namco Bandai seems to be doing a bang-up job of bringing their arcade classic into the modern era. Games can certainly move a lot faster now, but these new fangled processors and graphics chips can also populate the screen with more enemies, provide developers with more colors, and even pump some pretty awesome music into your ears.

That last bit is probably what I'm most impressed with in the trailer above. Mmmmmm, that soundtrack sounds great. The music was easily my favorite part of Pac-Man Championship Edition DX. The latest update to classic arcade action, Galaga Legions DX, will be available XBLA this week and PSN at a later date.
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