PS2 News: Namco 50th Anniversary Compilation Gets Soundtrack - PS2 News

Members Login: Register | Why sign up? | Forgot Password?

Namco 50th Anniversary Compilation Gets Soundtrack

Namco has announced that  Namco Museum 50th Anniversary will feature a soundtrack comprised of 80's hits. The 50th Anniversary package will be available this August for the PS2, GCN, Xbox, GBA, and PC. The soundtrack will include:

 “Come On Eileen” by Dexy’s Midnight Runners
 “Working for the Weekend” by Loverboy
 “She Drives Me Crazy” by Fine Young Cannibals
 “Talking In Your Sleep” by The Romantics
 “Joystick” by Dazz Band

The games in the compilation are:

"Pac-Man"
Originally released in 1980 – Play the most popular arcade game of all time! Navigate the yellow fellow through the original "Pac-Man" maze, avoid ghosts while chomping pellets and fruit, and use power pellets to turn the ghosts blue and get some payback!

"Ms. Pac-Man"
Originally released in 1981 – Starring Pac-Man’s female counterpart; explore, collect, and chomp your way through four different mazes and eat new fruits.

"Galaga"
Originally released in 1981 – Pilot a space ship, fend off frantic swarms of bee-like aliens, try your luck with “Challenging Stages,” and find the best way to deal with enemies’ powerful tractor beams!

"Galaxian"
Originally released in 1979 – A precursor to "Galaga," destroy flying aliens as they move in from formation to attack you.

"Dig Dug"
Originally released in 1982 – Equipped with only a shovel and a pump, tunnel your way underground and use the pump to blow up attacking enemies.

"Pole Position"
Originally released in 1982 – A milestone in racing games, players drive fast to beat the timer, and avoid cars and hazards or risk exploding.

"Pole Position II"
Originally released in 1983 – Sequel to "Pole Position," this title introduced four new race tracks – Fuji, Test, Suzuka, and Seaside.

"Rolling Thunder"
Originally released in 1987 – In this horizontal scrolling shooter, play as a secret agent codename “Albatross.” Your mission is to rescue female agent Lelia Blitz and defeat the criminal organization called Geldra.

"Rally X"
Originally released in 1980 – Players drive around a maze while avoiding chasing cars, laying smoke screens, and collecting flags.

"Bosconian"
Originally released in 1981 - Pilot a space ship, survive enemy fighters and destroy enemy space stations, while avoiding asteroids and other obstacles.

"Dragon Spirit"
Originally released in 1987 – Control a powerful dragon through the air, harness spells, drop bombs and breath fire at enemies.

"Sky Kid"
Originally released in 1985 – Controlling a bi-plane, avoid enemy planes using evasive loops, drop bombs, and machine gun down other planes.

"Xevious"
Originally released in 1982 – Use a heavily armed fighter plane to destroy enemies and targets in the air and on the ground.

"Mappy"
Originally released in 1983 – Control Mappy, a police mouse. Bounce on trampolines and open and close doors to dodge chasing cats, all in an attempt to collect valuable items from a cat’s house.

7/29/2005 Aaron Thomas

Put this on your webpage or blog:
Email this to a friend
Follow PSX Extreme on Twitter

Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on Google Share on MySpace Share on Delicious Share on Digg Share on Google Buzz Share via E-Mail Share via Tumblr Share via Posterous

Comments (0 posts)

There are no comments to display.

Leave a Comment

Please login or register to leave a comment.

Our Poll

Will Advanced Warfare rejuvenate Call of Duty?
Yes, this is just want CoD needed.
I hope so; it looks promising.
I doubt it, but I'm not sure...
No chance; CoD is going down.

Previous Poll Results