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I am thankful I had the money to purchase Namco Museum Collection 2 on the Evercade system. There are eleven games on this cartridge that were on the 8-bit and 16-bit video game systems in the past. The games included on the Namco Museum Collection 2 cartridge are Pac-Attack, Dig Dug II, Galaga, Warp Man, The Tower of Druaga, Burning Force, Phelios, Weapon Lord, Dragon Spirit The New Legend, Splatterhouse Part 2, and Splatterhouse 3. Kind of strange the first Splatterhouse video game was not included.

The issues families will have with Namco Museum Collection 2 are violence, blood, gore, lack of attire, enticement to lust, false gods, and more. Some of the games on Namco Museum Collection 2 are pretty difficult. Weapon Lord is a great example. The computer controlled characters can block our attacks and come on in and get us easily. The music in The Tower of Druaga gave me a headache. Some of the retro graphics in Namco Museum Collection 2 are better than others. Burning Force has some neat effects to it.

Dig Dug II does not involve digging at all. We are on a flat plane where we hit the enemies and inflate them to make them go away. We can use barriers to block the enemies so we can get the time we need to take out other ones. They go into eyeball only mode going through the barriers. Pac-Attack is a great puzzle video game in Namco Museum Collection 2. Warp Man is part shooter and part Bomberman like video game. I enjoyed those two games.

Shooters are represented quite well in Namco Museum Collection 2. Burning Force, Dragon Spirit The New Legend, and Phelios all fit into that mold. The Tower of Druaga annoyed me on almost every front. We are in a maze with slime but none of the buttons hurt the slime. They randomly moved around. I died every single time. Sometimes I got trapped trying to get a key. The controls were also not so great in that game.

The Splatterhouse games and Weapon Lord are the reason for the PEGI sixteen and older only rating. There is blood, gore, lack of attire, and generally pretty violent. Weapon Lord is a 2D fighter and the Splatterhouse Games are sort of like Final Fight. More like Altered Beast though. Not as good graphics as Altered Beast. The controls are slow in the Splatterhouse video games. The music is creepy and there is plenty of offensive content in all three of those video games.

Galaga is a known classic that is similar to Galaxian. I actually thought I had already played Galaga until I did the research. Pac-Attack is the real diamond in the rough on the Namco Museum Collection 2 cartridge. I really like that puzzle video game.
- Paul


Graphics: 56%
Sound: 68%
Replay/Extras: 75%
Gameplay: 70%
Family Friendly Factor: 54%

System: Evercade
Publisher: Namco Bandai
Developer: Namco Bandai
Rating: ‘16’ - Everyone SIXTEEN and OLDER ONLY

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