Namco

[plug-n-play game] A Namco Plug & Play Game is any of a series of models dedicated to games by Namco which make up a subset of Jakks Pacific`s Plug It In & Play TV Games plug-n-play game system lineup with the exception of the newest one called Pac-Man Connect and Play which was handled by Bandai instead of Jakks Pacific. They should not be...
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Namco

[disambiguation] Namco is a Japanese corporation best known as a producer of video games. Namco may also refer to: ...
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Namco

[automobiles] NAMCO (National Motor Company of Greece) is a Greek vehicle manufacturer, a creation of the Kontogouris Brothers who have been in the automotive industry business since the 1970s. == History == The first efforts of the Kontogouris Brothers involved building light trucks called Hellas in Germany. In 1957 Kontogouris Brothers ac...
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Namco

Namco was a front-runner during the golden age of arcade video games. Pac-Man, arguably their most famous title, went on to become the best-selling arcade game in history and an international popular culture icon. ==History== Masaya Nakamura founded the company as Nakamura Manufacturing in 1955. Based in Tokyo, the company started out by running c...
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