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Namco Museum for Nintendo Switch Review - Is It Worth It? | RGT 85

Namco Museum on the Nintendo Switch brings a bunch of Namco classics like Pac-Man, Splatterhouse, Galaga and more to the Switch in one package. Is it worth the $29.99 price tag though? Let's talk about it in this Namco Museum Switch review!

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00:27 - Arcade
01:49 - Atari 2600
02:27 - Atari 5200
03:12 - Atari 7800
03:45 - Atari 8Bit computers
04:17 - Commodore Vic-20
04:55 - Commodore 64
05:31 - ZX Spectrum
06:09 - MS Dos
07:06 - Apple ][
07:51 - Texas Instruments 99 / 4A
08:31 - Coleco Table Top
09:10 - Atari Lynx
09:53 - Famicom
10:32 - NES
11:15 - Mega Drive
12:07 - Master System
13:09 - Game Gear
13:47 - Super Nintendo
14:33 - Super Famicom
15:09 - Gameboy
16:00 - Gameboy Colour
16:44 - Gameboy Advance
17:28 - Phillips CDi
18:16 - PlayStation
18:52 - Nintendo 64
19:32 - Dreamcast
20:32 - All versions running side by side

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Pac-Man Plus (1982 Midway) Cheats & Tricks

I will be showing you guy's some of the cheats and tricks that people use on Pac-Man Plus. Which one is your favorite and which one do you think is the weirdest!
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How to Win at Pacman Part 1 - Patterns for every level

How to win at Pacman , by learning 4 simple patterns. That's not as difficult as it sounds, especially as two of the patterns are amlost the same as each other. This set of patterns will get you all the way to level 256 where the game crashes. Please note. this is the arcade machine, the original 1980 rom set from Namco. The patterns may not work on other pacman games.

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NAMCO MUSEUM (Nintendo Switch eShop)- Gameplay Footage (All Challenges & PMV)

In this gameplay video, I try every single (underwhelming) challenge in this Namco Collection, before giving Pac-Man Vs a try and wondering why a better game wasn't included.
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This Namco Game Are Way Better Than Dig and Dug With Daisy! Dig Dug Gameplay on GBA

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NAMCO MUSEUM ARCADE PAC (testing all games) - Nintendo Switch gameplay

NAMCO MUSEUM ARCADE PAC - Nintendo Switch gameplay
Price $
Platform Nintendo Switch
Release Date Sep 28, 2018
No. of Players up to 4 players
Category Arcade
Publisher Bandai Namco Entertainment

Pac-Man - Perfect Game 3,333,360

A perfect game of the original Pac-Man arcade game ends on board 256 with the maximum score possible: 3,333,360.

All dots, ghosts, and bonus symbols must be consumed to achieve a perfect score, and no deaths may occur until reaching the final board (i.e., the split screen). On the final board, the 5 extra men are intentionally sacrificed; each death regenerates the 9 hidden dots on the right side of the split screen, allowing for an additional 90 points per man sacrificed.

Performed using WolfMAME 0.178 on 1/26/2017.

Total game time: 5h 25m 54s

Ms. Pac-Man Tutorial 1: Ghost Behavior

An introduction to how the ghost AI works in Ms. Pac-Man.

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Let's compare ( Ms. Pac-man )

Video Locations:
1. 0:28 Arcade
2. 1:10 Apple 2
3. 1:52 IBM DOS
4. 2:33 Comm Vic 20
5. 3:16 ZX Spectrum
6. 3:58 Atari 2600
7. 4:39 Atari Lynx
8. 5:22 Comm 64
9. 6:03 Atari 5200
10. 6:45 Atari 7800
11. 7:27 Gameboy
12. 8:09 TI-99
13. 8:52 Sega Master System
14. 9:34 Nintendo Entertainment System ( Namco )
15. 10:17 Sega Game Gear
16. 10:59 Gameboy Advance ( Namco Museum )
17. 11:41 Colecovision ( OPCode Games ) ( The Pac-Man collection )
18. 12:24 Gameboy Color
19. 13:07 Super Nintendo
20. 13:50 Sega Genesis
21. 14:31 Nintendo Entertainment System ( Tengen )
22. 15:15 DOS / Windows JROK.com... There were 2 versions. One by JROK & another by Champ. I extend My apologies to the creators. But the JRock version was superior
23. 15:57 Coleco Table Top

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Ms. Pac-Man is an arcade video game produced by Midway as an unauthorized sequel to Pac-Man. It was released in North America in 1981 and became one of the most popular video games of all time, leading to its adoption by Pac-Man licensor Namco as an official title. This game introduces a female protagonist, new maze designs and several minor gameplay changes over the original game.

Gameplay:

The gameplay of Ms. Pac-Man is largely identical to that of the original Pac-Man. The player gathers points by eating dots and avoiding ghosts (contact with one loses a life). Power-pellets or energizers change the ghosts, which reverse their course and can be eaten for bonus points. Fruit bonuses can be consumed for increasing point values, twice per level. As the levels increase, the speed and difficulty increase as well.

There are, however, some notable differences:

The game has four different mazes that appear in different sets of colors.
Most of the new mazes have two sets of warp tunnels.
Unlike the original Pac-Man, the spaces in between the walls are filled in, making it easier to see where the path is.
The ghosts' behavior patterns are different and include semi-random movement, precluding the use of patterns to beat each level.
Instead of appearing in the center of the maze, fruits bounce around the maze, entering and leaving through the warp tunnels. Once all fruits have been encountered, they appear in random sequence for the rest of the game.
The orange ghost's name is Sue instead of Clyde.
The three intermissions have changed to follow the developing relationship between Pac-Man and Ms. Pac-Man (from when they first meet to having a stork drop off their baby).
The sound effects and music of the game are very different from the Pac-Man sounds.

As in Pac-Man, the game has a bug in the subroutine that draws the fruit, which renders the 256th level unplayable. However, the game also has other bugs that cause it to crash or become unplayable much sooner, making it impossible to reach the 256th level without an emulator.[1]

Galaga World Record 17,684,050

Armando Gonzalez Galaga World Record Marathon Settings

Final score of 17,684,050
Played on Player 2 side to enable the millions digits to show
Played in Banning California at The Pinball Museum
October 20,2018

3 Fighters
Rank D
1st Bonus 20000 pts
2nd Bonus 70000
And Every 70000
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CGR Undertow - NAMCO MUSEUM: VOLUME 3 review for PlayStation

Namco Museum: Volume 3 video review.
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Namco Museum: Volume 3 video review. Classic Game Room presents a CGR Undertow video review of Namco Museum: Volume 3 for the PlayStation developed by Now Production and published by Namco.

Polygons got you down? Had it with DLC and hour-long updates? Don’t worry, just go back in time with Namco Museum: Volume 3. This compilation of arcade classics includes Ms. Pac-Man, Dig Dug, Galaxian and Pole Position, as well as lesser-known games Phozon and The Tower Of Druaga. The third release in Namco’s Museum series, these compilations feature the games as they appeared in arcades decades ago. The only difference is you won’t need quarters to play. Namco Museum: Volume 3 features single-player and local multiplayer play.

This video review features video gameplay footage of Namco Museum: Volume 3 for the PlayStation and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.

Namco Museum Volume 4: Part 1 - Tedious Loading Times

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Namco Museum (Nintendo Switch) Review | 8-Bit Eric

This is a review of Namco Museum on the Nintendo Switch by 8-Bit Eric. Namco Museum on the Nintendo Switch brings a bunch of Namco classics like Pac-Man, Splatterhouse, Galaga and more to the Switch in one package. Is it worth the $29.99 price tag though? Let's talk about it in this Namco Museum Switch review!

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Galaga Arcade Tutorial: Basic Tips and Tricks

Ever wanted to get down some good basic pointers when it comes to Namco's galactic shoot 'em up Galaga? Well, now you can! In this first-ever arcade tutorial video I'm gonna give you a few basic pointers to help keep you alive and blasting those bitter bugger bad boys.

In this video I'm going to go over the core basics for you newcomers - so things like the rules of the game and when you get extra lives* - guidelines when it comes to moving, dodging, and aiming your shots at aliens, taking note of enemy behaviors such as how the aliens attack, how to recognize when a Galaga is going in for the tractor shot, and so on, doubling up with two fighters and why that's boss, and finally, some pointers on scoring, including an in-depth look at point values.

If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions feel free to fire off in the comments below!

Contents:
1. The Basics (0:35)
2. Maneuvering and Aiming (1:18)
3. Learn Thy Enemy (3:38)
4. Double Up! (6:22)
5. The Big Score (8:20)

Musical Credits (In order):
Galaga Room Theme from Namco Museum Vol. 1
Stage Theme 1 from Galaga Arrangement
Stage Theme 2 from Galaga Arrangement
Dragon Spirit Room Theme, Dragon Version from Namco Museum Vol. 5

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*Point values for this game can be operator set, something I didn't mention in the video. I was looking at guides for the game when going over extra lives - as the Pac-Man 20th Anniversary game doesn't actually show the extra point values. It seems like 20k, 70k, and then every 70k is just a common operator setting; the actual defaults are 20k, 60k, then every 60k after.

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The Sandbox Evolution: Pac-Man "Create Levels" | Zonic Plays

Welcome to my Zonic Plays on The Sandbox Evolution, we make and play some Pac-Man levels!...and by make I mean show kind of how it works and make 1 bleh level, then play some creations by people with better talent than myself.

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Tiny Arcade Galaga | Things of Interest

This man is playing Galaga! Thought we wouldn't notice on such a tiny machine...but we did.

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