PlayStation 2 Namco Museum 50th Anniversary Collection
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  • These simple controls make most games easy to play

    • by Lorie
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      This blast from the past contains Pac-Man, Ms. Pac-Man, Galaga, Galaxian, Dig Dug, Rally-X, Pole Position, Pole Position II, Xevious, Dragon Spirit, Bosconian, Rolling Thunder, Mappy, and Sky Kid on one PlayStation 2 disk.

      If you don’t remember the original games from your days of playing them on an Atari or in

      an arcade, then you probably aren’t going to care about them now.

      But if you are a child (or older) of the 80s, then they’re all just like you remembered them.

      The games offer the choice of using the arrow keys or the analog stick to move through them, so you can ...

      • choose which is most comfortable for you.

        Any sort of shooting, jumping, etc.

        is controlled by the standard PlayStation buttons on the right side.

        These simple controls make most games easy to play.

        Some games, though, like Dragon Spirit, are excessively difficult because they were originally designed to make people

        pump quarter after quarter into an arcade machine.

        On the downside, the individual games take way too long to long.

        I can understand staring at a load screen for 45 seconds if I’m playing the hottest new title, but these games require 1982 processing speeds.

        Overall, this is a fun, but not fabulous title.

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