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Pac-Man Championship Edition 2 review: Another slice of pie
2 years ago

Pac-Man Championship Edition 2 review: Another slice of pie

Back when Pac-Man Championship Edition was released in 2007, it felt like it was exactly what the classic series needed. A refreshed, revamped take on a game that has often …
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You’ll die often in Necropolis, but you might still come back for more
3 years ago

You’ll die often in Necropolis, but you might still come back for more

Demon’s Souls, Dark Souls, Bloodborne — these are games I have intentionally avoided. Sure, they look enticing, and their Metacritic scores are in the high ’80s to low 90s, but …
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Rewind Review: Soul Calibur (XBLA)
8 years ago

Rewind Review: Soul Calibur (XBLA)

Soul Calibur was developed by Namco Bandai and retails for 800 MSP. It was released July 2, 2008.

The soul is always burning — burning for more swords and axes clashing, burning for ring outs. Soul Calibur is one of the best fighting games ever released for the Dreamcast and has had many sequels on various consoles. Some still regard the first game being the very best in the series and if you’re one of those, then Xbox Live Arcade is where you’ll be able to find it. But does the soul still burn or has the flame been extinguished?

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Oh Aero-Cross, how you tease us
8 years ago

Oh Aero-Cross, how you tease us

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Namco is begging to slowly unveil their next Xbox Live Arcade title, Aero-Cross. Set as an enhanced remake of Metro-Cross, the title is being showcased, bit-by-bit through Pac-Man Championship …
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First (very short) look at Galaga Legions DX
8 years ago

First (very short) look at Galaga Legions DX

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Namco wowed Pac-Man fans last year with Pac-Man Championship Edition DX, the supercharged upgrade to Pac-Man Championship Edition. They plan to do the same this year with Galaga Legions. …
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Namco Generations To Include Galaga Legions and Aero Cross

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Pac-Man Championship Edition DX isn’t the only classic title Namco has up its sleeve. Namco Bandai has officially announced its new “Namco Generations” series, to be released on PS3 and Xbox 360. The next two offerings in the series will be Galaga Legions DX and Aero Cross, with future games to be offered periodically.

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