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|Namco Museum Portable|
|Developer(s)||Namco Bandai Entertainment|
|Publisher(s)||Namco Bandai Entertainment|
|Platform(s)||PS Vita, Nintendo 3DS|
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.
|Adventure of Valkyrie||1985|
|Dig Dug II||1985||Also features the "old" version as a bonus|
|Genpei Toma Den||1986||Only in 3DS version|
|King & Balloon||1980|
|Libble Rabble||1983||Only in 3DS version|
|Pac & Pal||1983|
|Pac-Land||1984||The Japanese version is used in all versions of the game|
Pole Position II
|Quester||1987||Included the unreleased "special edition" as a bonus|
|Star Luster||1985||Only in 3DS version; compatible with the 3DS's gyroscopic system|
|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|
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.
|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|
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
|Yokai Douchuki||1987||The North American version is translated to English.|
Game Pack #2
|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.|
Only in the PS Vita version