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Namco Museum Portable
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Developer(s) Namco Bandai Entertainment
Publisher(s) Namco Bandai Entertainment
Platform(s) PS Vita, Nintendo 3DS
Genre(s) Compilation
Release Date(s)
June 2016
Namco Museum Portable​ (ナムコミュージアムポータブル Namuko Myūjiamu Pōtaburu) is an upcoming video game compilation for the Nintendo 3DS and PS Vita. It is the 17th Namco Museum game overall, and is the 4th Namco Museum title for handheld systems. It is also the first Namco Museum game to include Warp & Warp (1981) and Adventure of Valkyrie (1987). The Japanese version includes Wagan Land (1989), but was ommited from the North American release, mostly due to the shiritori minigame, which requires chaining Japanese words.

Gameplay

The game features a total of 35 arcade games, from 1979 up to 1989 (Not counting the hidden games). All of the games feature leaderboards and achievements, which can be used to unlock hidden games (4 in the North American version, six in the Japanese version). The games also feature unlockable cheat codes, such as invincibility or unlimited lives, which can be obtained by unlocking achievements.

Titles Included

Title Release Notes
Adventure of Valkyrie 1985
Bosconian 1981
Cutie Q 1979
Dig Dug 1982
Dig Dug II 1985 Also features the "old" version as a bonus
Dragon Buster 1984

Galaga

1981
Galaga '88 1987
Galaxian 1979
Gaplus 1984
Genpei Toma Den 1986 Only in 3DS version
Grobda 1984
King & Balloon 1980
Libble Rabble 1983 Only in 3DS version
Mappy 1983
Metro-Cross 1985
Motos 1985
Ms. Pac-Man 1982
New Rally-X 1981
Pac & Pal 1983
Pac-Land 1984 The Japanese version is used in all versions of the game
Pac-Man 1980
Pac-Mania 1987
Phozon 1983
Pole Position 1982

Pole Position II

1983
Quester 1987 Included the unreleased "special edition" as a bonus
Rally-X 1980
Sky Kid 1985
Star Luster 1985 Only in 3DS version; compatible with the 3DS's gyroscopic system
Super Pac-Man 1982
Thunder Ceptor 1987 Only in 3DS version; compatible with the 3DS's gyroscopic system
Tower of Druaga 1984
Wagan Land 1989 Not included in the North American version
Warp & Warp 1981
Xevious 1983 Also features Super Xevious as a bonus

Unlockable Games

The game also features 10 unlockable games (four in the North American version, six in the Japanese version) in total, and can be obtained by unlocking achievements or getting large high scores. Namco announces future  "game packs" of up to four titles per pack as a seperate download.

Title Release Notes
Baraduke 1985 Only in the North American version
Beraboh Man 1987 Only in the North American version
Dragon Spirit 1987 Only in the Japanese version
Emeraldia 1993 Only in the Japanese version
Hopping Mappy 1986 Only in the Japanese version
Ordyne 1988 Only in the Japanese version
Rompers 1988 Only in the Japanese version
Solvalou 1991 Only in the North American version; only in the PS Vita version
Toy Pop 1986 Only in the North American version
Wonder Momo 1987 Only in the Japanese version

Game Packs

Namco plans to release "game packs", which are a bundle of four titles as a US $0.99 purchase. Only two were announced, however Namco states more game packs will be avaiable soon. The packs are available for both versions of the game.

Game Pack #1

Title Release Notes
Yokai Douchuki 1987 The North American version is translated to English.
Blazer 1987
Marchen Maze 1988
Blast Off 1989

​Game Pack #2

Title Release Notes
Dangerous Seed 1989 Includes the harder Mega Drive version as a bonus
Pistol Daymio no Boken 1990 Allows the player to play the unplayable 5th stage as a bonus.
NebulasRay 1994
StarBlade

1991

Only in the PS Vita version

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