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** Includes: ''Pac-Man'', ''Galaga'', ''Dig Dug'', ''The Tower of Druaga'', ''Sky Kid'', ''Rolling Thunder'', ''Galaga '88'', ''VideoGame/Splatterhouse'', ''Rolling Thunder 2'', ''Tank Force'', ''Pac-Man VS.''

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** Includes: ''Pac-Man'', ''Galaga'', ''Dig Dug'', ''The Tower of Druaga'', ''Sky Kid'', ''Rolling Thunder'', ''Galaga '88'', ''VideoGame/Splatterhouse'', ''{{Splatterhouse}}'', ''Rolling Thunder 2'', ''Tank Force'', ''Pac-Man VS.''


** Includes: ''Pac-Man'', ''Galaga'', ''Dig Dug'', ''The Tower of Druaga'', ''Sky Kid'', ''Rolling Thunder'', ''Galaga '88'', ''VideoGame/Splatterhouse'', ''RollingThunder2'', ''Tank Force'', ''Pac-Man VS.''

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** Includes: ''Pac-Man'', ''Galaga'', ''Dig Dug'', ''The Tower of Druaga'', ''Sky Kid'', ''Rolling Thunder'', ''Galaga '88'', ''VideoGame/Splatterhouse'', ''RollingThunder2'', ''Rolling Thunder 2'', ''Tank Force'', ''Pac-Man VS.''

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** Includes: ''Pac-Man'', ''Galaga'', ''Dig Dug'', ''The Tower of Druaga'', ''Sky Kid'', ''Rolling Thunder'', ''Galaga '88'', ''VideoGame/Splatterhouse'', ''RollingThunder2'', ''Tank Force'', ''Pac-Man VS.''


''Namco Museum'' is a series of video game compilations by Creator/{{Namco}}.

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''Namco Museum'' is a series of video game compilations by Creator/{{Namco}}.
[[Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertainment Namco]].


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* ArcadePerfectPort: Earlier games in [=PS1=] were very close, outside the interface change to fit the console's resolution. Post-2000 games that aren't on handheld are definitely qualified to claim this.



* RememberTheNewGuy: A number of games included in [=PS1=] entries, like ''Genpei Tōma Den'' and ''The Legend of Valkyrie'', never left Japan at all to begin with, leaving the Western audience rather confused.

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* RememberTheNewGuy: A number of games included in [=PS1=] entries, like ''The Return of Ishtar'' and ''Genpei Tōma Den'' and ''The Legend of Valkyrie'', Den'', never left Japan at all to begin with, leaving the Western audience rather confused.

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''Namco Museum'' is a series of video game compilations by Creator/{{Namco}}.

The series initially began as budget line on PlayStation, first released in 1995. It was known for featuring an actual museum area where you can explore and learn about the games. From ''Namco Museum 64'' for Nintendo 64 and onward, however, it ditched the museum part and became your typical arcade games bundle.

The [=PS1=] games were eventually added to [[UsefulNotes/PlayStationNetwork PlayStation Store]] as [=PSOne Classics=] in 2013.

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* ''Namco Museum Vol. 1'' (1995)
** Includes: ''VideoGame/PacMan'', ''[[VideoGame/RallyX Rally-X]]'', ''New Rally-X'', ''VideoGame/{{Galaga}}'', ''VideoGame/{{Bosconian}}'', ''VideoGame/PolePosition'', ''Toy Pop''
* ''Namco Museum Vol. 2'' (1996)
** Includes: ''VideoGame/{{Xevious}}'', ''VideoGame/{{Mappy}}'', ''VideoGame/{{Gaplus}}'', ''Grobda'', ''VideoGame/DragonBuster''
** Also came with ''Bomb Bee'' and ''Cutie Q'', albeit only in the Japanese version. Overseas version had ''Super Pac-Man'' instead.
* ''Namco Museum Vol. 3'' (1996)
** Includes: ''VideoGame/{{Galaxian}}'', ''Ms. Pac-Man'', ''VideoGame/DigDug'', ''VideoGame/{{Phozon}}'', ''Pole Position II'', ''VideoGame/TheTowerOfDruaga''
* ''Namco Museum Vol. 4'' (1996)
** Includes: ''Pac-Land'', ''The Return of Ishtar'', ''[[VideoGame/GenpeiToumaDen Genpei Tōma Den]]'', ''VideoGame/{{Assault}}'', ''Assault Plus'', ''VideoGame/{{Ordyne}}''
* ''Namco Museum Vol. 5'' (1997)
** Includes: ''Metro-Cross'', ''VideoGame/{{Baraduke}}'', ''VideoGame/DragonSpirit'', ''Pac-Mania'', ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfValkyrie''
* ''Namco Museum Encore'' (1997, Japan-only)
** Includes: ''King & Balloon'', ''Motos'', ''VideoGame/SkyKid'', ''VideoGame/RollingThunder'', ''VideoGame/WonderMomo'', ''Rompers'', ''Dragon Saber''
* ''Namco Museum 64'' (N64) / ''Namco Museum'' (DC & GBA) (1999)
* ''Namco Museum'' ([=PS2=], Xbox, [=GameCube=]) (2001)
* ''Namco Museum Battle Collection'' (2005)
* ''Namco Museum 50th Anniversary'' (2005)
* ''Namco Museum DS'' (2007)
* ''Namco Museum Remix'' (2007)
** An enhanced version was released as ''Namco Museum Megamix'' in 2010.
* ''Namco Museum Virtual Arcade'' (2008)
* ''Namco Museum Essentials'' (2009)
* ''Namco Museum'' (Nintendo Switch) (2017)
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!!''Namco Museum'' series provides examples of:
* CompilationRerelease
* MuseumGame
* NostalgiaLevel: A large number of rooms in [=PS1=] museum are dedicated to Namco's arcade games.
* RememberTheNewGuy: A number of games included in [=PS1=] entries, like ''Genpei Tōma Den'' and ''The Legend of Valkyrie'', never left Japan at all to begin with, leaving the Western audience rather confused.
* UpdatedRerelease: Remix games in ''Namco Museum Remix'' are essentially this. ''Remix'' ifself received an updated re-release as ''Megamix'' in 2010, though [[NoExportForYou only in the North America]].

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