Namco Classics Collection Vol.1

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The [Coin-Op] Arcade Video Game by Namco, Ltd. [Tokyo, Japan]

 
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[Coin-Op] Arcade Video Game

Namco Classics Collection Vol.1 © 1995 Namco, Limited.


Awesome collection of classic Namco games ("Galaga", "Xevious" and "Mappy") with original and updated 'arrangement' versions available. Additionally "Super Xevious" is available as well.
TECHNICAL
 
PICTURE :
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Namco Classics Collection Vol.1 machine
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Namco System ND-1 hardware
Game ID : NC

Main CPU : Motorola 68000 (@ 12.288 Mhz), H8/3002 (@ 16.384 Mhz)
Sound Chips : C352 (@ 16.384 Mhz)

Players : 2
Control : 8-way joystick
Buttons : 2
TRIVIA
 
Namco Classics Collection Vol.1 was released in November 1995.
TIPS AND TRICKS
 
Secret Message in Xevious : The programmer has included a trick for generating a message right at the beginning of the game. As soon as Solvalou appears, move to the far right edge of the screen and begin bombing constantly. Continue bombing until the first set of attacking rings is very close to you and then shoot the rings.
In original version / normal mode, the message 'Namco ORIGINAL Program by EVEZOO' will appear on the screen.
In original version / super mode, the message is 'Special thanks for you by game designer Evezoo'.
In arrangement version, the message is 'This game is dedicated to the original XEVIOUS staff'.

Xevious Arrangement, Extra Area :
Extra Area 1 - Finish Area 16 without continue.
Extra Area 2 - Finish Extra Area 1 without death.
Extra Area 3 - Get 60 Sols.

Xevious Arrangement, Maniac Mode : You will play with harder rank.
1. Get secret message in Area 1 forest. (Keep firing the Blaster at left end)
2. Take out 2 Sols in Area 1.
3. Get ''Secret Message'' in forest (see the first trick to perform it).

Galaga Arrangement, Time Attack Mode : Input code Left, Right, Left, Right, Button1, Button2, Button1, Button 2 on the Galaga Arrangement title screen.
STAFF
 
Game arrangement : Kohji Kenjoh, Taka Yamamura, T. Iguchi
Game programmers : Yoshihito Iwanaga, Takashi Koshigoe
System programmer : Tsukka
Visual designers : Semushi Komoriya, Fukuokachanpe-, Imaizumi Bakarashi
Graphic designer : Akira Usukura
Logo designer : Hideaki Ito
Sound : Hiroto Sasaki (Saman)
Hardware ND-1 development : Shin' Ichi ' Yosiho' Ohki
Custom 'Risa' designer : Makoto Inoue
Sound driver development : Hira
PORTS
 

Consoles:


Sony PlayStation japan (March 28, 1997) "Xevious 3D/G+ [Model SLPS-00750]" : Xevious Arrangement
Sony PlayStation usa (June 30, 1997) "Xevious 3D/G+ [Model SLUS-00461]" : Xevious Arrangement
Sony PlayStation europe (August 1997) "Xevious 3D/G+ [Model SCES-00736]" : Xevious Arrangement
Sony PlayStation 2 usa (December 4, 2001) "Namco Museum [Model SLUS-20273]" : Galaga Arrangement
Microsoft XBOX usa (October 9, 2002) "Namco Museum" : Galaga Arrangement
Nintendo GameCube usa (October 9, 2002) "Namco Museum [Model DOL-GNME-USA]" : Galaga Arrangement
Microsoft XBOX usa (2003) "Namco Museum [Platinum Hits] [Model X02134]" : Galaga Arrangement
Nintendo GameCube usa (2004) "Namco Museum [Player's Choice] [Model DOL-GNME-USA]" : Galaga Arrangement
Sony PlayStation 2 usa (2005) "Namco Museum [Greatest Hits] [Model SLUS-20273GH]" : Galaga Arrangement
Sony PlayStation [PSOne Classics] japan (June 26, 2013) "Xevious 3D/G+ [Model NPJJ-00672]" : Xevious Arrangement
SOURCES
 
Game's ROM.
Machine's picture.

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