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Sunday, March 13 2011

‘Knights Contract’: Proof that Namco is Where Literary Adaptations Go to Die

Dieses game offendet mein senses.


Sunday, March 15 2009

Retro Game Challenge

Retro Game Challenge allows the player to go through the motions of playing various games from the 8-bit era, which it does almost flawlessly.


Tuesday, December 11 2007

Smash Court Tennis 3

Smash Court Tennis 3 lies in the murky middle ground between Wii Sports' tennis and Virtua Tennis, neither excelling in any particular area nor really doing that much wrong.


Thursday, December 6 2007

Namco Museum Remix

Playing classic titles is often like reading a dense Victorian novel.


Thursday, January 25 2007

New Rally-X

New Rally-X continues Namco's self-cribbing of the collect-junk-in-a-maze template.


Sunday, November 12 2006

Dig Dug

Dig Dug further cements Namco's image as fortunate sons of context and circumstance.


Friday, June 24 2005

Klonoa 2: Dream Champ Tournament

As with the best games based on environmental puzzles, level design is paramount.


Wednesday, January 19 2005

Namco TV Games

One look at the current crop of video games, and it becomes clear they just don't have the simple elegance so perfectly created in the days of yore.


Friday, November 5 2004

Donkey Konga

Despite the success of several rhythm games, none have yet to rival DDR in the home market. But that's where Donkey Konga comes in.


Wednesday, October 20 2004

Katamari Damacy

As the industry becomes more mainstream and the costs of development increase with each new hardware cycle, it seems like game creators are beginning to try to follow proven formulas out of fear of poor returns.


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