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A game developer and subsidiary of Namco Bandai


Namco (株式会社ナムコ) was a game company based in Ōta, Tokyo. Merging with Bandai in 2005, it is now known as Namco Bandai Games.

Namco developed a series of classics in the 1980s, including Pac-Man, Galaga, Dig Dug, Xevious, and Pole Position. Pac-Man, its most famous title, is the best-selling arcade game in history1 and an international popular culture icon.

Namco would later go on to develop highly-acclaimed fighting games in Tekken and SoulCalibur as well as the racing simulator Ridge Racer.

In 2006, Namco Ltd. was re-established to continue operation of video arcades and amusement parks and operates under Namco Bandai.

  1. Gamespot: The History of Pacman

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