R.B.I. Baseball is a sports video game developed by Namco and published by Tengen for the Nintendo Entertainment System. The game is an adaptation of the Japanese video game Pro Baseball: Family Stadium for the Nintendo Family Computer (Famicom).
Pac-Man is a maze arcade game developed by Namco which became the most popular and successful video arcade game of all time and the hallmark of the golden age of video games. Namco first released the game in May of 1980 in Japan entitled Puckman. Puckman captured the imaginations of games like no other game before it and became a pop culture phenomenon of the 1980’s.
Splatterhouse is a horror-based beat ’em up video game that was developed and published by Namco. The game was originally released in arcades in November 1988 in Japan, February 1989 in North America and March 1989 in Europe. The western release of the arcade cabinet is extremely rare due to the controversy the game caused upon release resulting in low quantities being distributed to various arcades.