THE GOOD: 16 arcade classics perfectly restored. Simple yet fun and addicting gameplay. Very nice presentation. Price.
THE BAD: Unusually long load times. Not as much flexibility in changing options compared to the previous Museum game. Some serious control flaws & bugs/glitches. No Xbox Live scoreboards. Not much different vaiety of games from previous version.
SUMMARY: In commemoration of Namco's, and more precisely Pac-Man's, 25th Anniversary, Namco hopes to capitalize on the occasion with a sequel to their original Namco Museum, which became a top seller on console. It should be noted first off that the "50th Anniversary" title is very deceptive, as video games haven't even been around 50 years, so don't fall for that trick. This collection brings 16 1970s & 1980s arcade classics home, 8 of which are making their home console debuts; the other 8 return from the original Namco Museum.
The graphics are about the same as in the first Museum, but with a couple notable changes: The games...