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Bandai Namco's crossover games

Since the 1990s, Namco and Bandai have made games that mix several characters. Today we're going to get to know these crossovers.

1 – Tinkle Pit (1994)

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This is a game released by Namco for Arcades featuring several of the company's characters, including Galaxian, Pac-Man, Xevious and others. The idea is for players to go through a maze, collect items and dodge enemies.

2 – Panic in Nakayoshi World (1994)

Released for the Super Famicom (the Japanese SNES), this is a game published by Bandai that brings together several characters from Nakayoshi's world in a crossover, including Sailor Moon, Cho Kuse ni Nariso and Goldfish Warning. The gameplay is similar to Bomberman.

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3 – Pac-man Fever (2002)

Released for the GameCube, this is a Mario Party-style game that brings together several Namco characters, such as Pac-Man, Astaroth from Soulcalibur, Heihachi from Tekken, Reiko from Ridge Racer, among others.

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4 – Namco Super Wars (2002)

Exclusive to Japan, this is a game developed for Wonderswan that mixes several Namco characters in a tactical RPG game.

5 – Namco versus Capcom (2005)

Also exclusive to Japan, this is a PlayStation 2 tactical RPG game that mixes several characters from Namco and Capcom. The highlight goes to the composition by Yuzo Koshiro, the same person behind SEGA's Streets of Rage. It was quite successful in its home country.

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6 – Cross Edge (2008)

Released for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, this is another tactical RPG that mixes iconic characters from several successful franchises, both from Bandai Namco and Capcom, and other Japanese developers. It is very traditional, has a world map, random battles and level ups.

7 – Street Fighter vs Tekken (2012)

Continuing Capcom's crossovers, Street Fighter versus Tekken uses Street gameplay, but also includes iconic characters from the Bandai Namco franchise. This one stands out for being able to reach all types of players, from the more casual ones who just want to “press the buttons” as well as those who are “experts” in fighting games.

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8 – Project X Zone (2013)

Released for the 3DS, Project X Zone makes crossovers with characters from Namco Bandai, Capcom and SEGA, being yet another tactical RPG. It even got a sequel that was better received than the original. Good low difficulty level, simple gameplay, and having several iconic characters, it's worth checking out.

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9 – Super Smash Bros (2014 onwards)

The last two main games in the Smash Bros series were developed by the Bandai Namco team. This game needs no introduction, as it is a cross-fight with several Nintendo characters.

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10 – The King of Fighters All Star

This is a beat'em up with characters from the SNK fighting series, but it also features some Tekken characters, which is why it has a place on this list.

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