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Namco Bandai introduces a new twist on some of its most beloved arcade titles for the Wii console! Namco Museum Remix recreates classic games with fresh new graphics, gameplay and introduces innovative, new Pac-Man elements to arcade classics! Roll through uncharted territories in Pac'n Roll Remix, zip around the track in Rally-X Remix or fend off menacing invaders in Galaga Remix. Players will also get their nostalgia fix with the complete, original versions of classics like Galaxian, Dig Dug, Xevious and more. This is a must have Namco Museum game for a new generation of gaming aficionados.

Features:

 

  • Interactive Controls - Use your controller to drive, whack, shoot and at times, roll Pac-Man in various objectives.
  • Get nostalgic and play old school original retro favorites: Galaxian, Dig Dug, Mappy, Xevious, Gaplus, Super Pac-Man, Pac and Pal, Pac-Mania and Cutie Q.
  • Experience remixed arcade classics with fresh new graphics and innovative new elements: Pac'n Rol Remix, Galaga Remix, Pac-Motos Raly -X Remix, and Gator Panic Remix
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