Namco Museum: Virtual Arcade (Xbox 360) review
"When the Namco Museum series debuted on the original PlayStation, it showed a lot of promise. From 1996 to 1997 (in the US), volumes were released a few months apart from one another, each containing a varied collection of games from the 1980s: Pac-Man, Metro-Cross, Ordyne, Galaga, Dragon Spirit, and so on. If you've played an 80s Namco title, chances are it was in one of these volumes. Namco could have just thrown these games on each disc with a simple menu and called it a day, but they put act..."
Community review by pickhut (February 11, 2010)
Developer M2 appears as a logo at the start-up and in the credits of Dark Witch 3. Wonder just how much "hands-on" involvement did they have with shaping the game outside their credited roles?
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