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Namco Museum Remix for Wii is out!

Namco Museum Remix for Wii is out!

by Bradley DeLorenzoOctober 23, 2007

Five Remix Classics with Wii Remote Motion Controls along side untouched Arcade classics

Namco Museum Remix has shiped to stores nationwide today for the Wii exclusively. The debut of the multi-million selling Namco Museum franchise on the Wii, Remix gives you nine classic arcade titles such as Super Pac-Man, Xevious and Dig Dug and 5 remixed titles. You’ll be using the Wii Remote and Nunchuk for games like Rally-X and Galaga which will give these games a fresh experience this amazing title will retail at $39.99

This game will bring back some of the most beloved titles of all time ,but this time in an whole new way. A mix of the Super innovative controls (From the Wii) and some of the most beloved titles of all time will delver an all new experience like never before!

Namco Museum includes the following title:

Galaga Remix:
Go on take aim with the Wii Remote to protect Pac-Man to the end of serveral treacherous space tracks, shooting down galatic enemy’s and helping him jump over obsticles. Up to 4 players for more shooting action.

Gator Panic Remix

Use the Wii Remote to whack hungry gators before they can take a bite out of PAC-MAN’s pal! Up to four players can play together for tons of gator-smacking fun.

Pac’N Roll Remix

Help PAC-MAN roll through obstacle-filled environments and collect enough
Pac-Dots to move on to the next stage in this adaptation of the Nintendo DS cult classic.


Take control of PAC-MAN as he attempts to knock his enemies off of platforms suspended high in the sky. Swing the Wii Remote for extra-powerful attacks and even go head-to-head with up to three friends in the game’s competitive multiplayer mode.

Rally-X Remix

Hop into PAC-MAN’s speedy go-kart and race around the track, collecting flags while avoiding pesky enemies and oil slicks. Hold the Wii Remote sideways and turn it like a steering wheel to make it through the stages in style, and even use your own Mii characters in fun four-player match-ups!

Namco Museum Remix also includes the following nine arcade classics:

Dig Dug
Pac & Pal

Ok so since it’s out today expect two reviews by this weekend.


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Bradley DeLorenzo
  • October 24, 2007 at 1:49 pm

    I’d like this game better if it were in 2D, retro style. I don’t think stand-alone Pac-Man games in 3D would work unless it’s done right. Having a 3D Pac-Man as an exclusive in other parties such as Mario Kart GP [Arcade] was a smarter move.

    // Roth

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