Q:Man i love your blog! Joined tumblr just to see all of the Namco retro goodness. I own a good collection of Namco games/ collectibles. I became a huge fan right when a i read a magazine saying Namco Museum 3 would have Dig Dug in it, and bought all of them soon after ( Encore was my first import game ever and also got jp vol 2 because of Cutie Q). I own some neat collectibles such as the dioramas,some Mr.Driller plushies,a few beanies. By far the coolest is the Tower of Druaga board game!
Thanks, fella. I’ve been online since the late 1990s, and it had been my long-standing dream to make some kind of online Namco Museum, mostly because Namco Museum Vol. 1 for the PS1 was one of my first PlayStation games.
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Towards the end of 1987, Namco released Lupin III: Pandora no Isan for the Famicom! It plays much like Rolling Thunder, although now the player has access to gadgets and multiple characters.
Playing as Lupin provides access to a wide array of neat gadgetry, while playing as Jigen gives the player a better gun. Finally, Goemon the samurai rounds out the roster as a close-range melee character,
Candy Toy “Namukore” by Namco classic game.