Namco System 10

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The Namco System 10 is an arcade system board released by Namco in 2000 based on the Sony PlayStation hardware. It was preceded by the Namco System 23 in 1997 and succeeded by the Namco System 246.

System 10 specifications

  • Main CPU: R3000A 32 bit RISC processor, Operating performance - 30 MIPS, Instruction Cache - 4KB
  • OSC: 53.693175 MHz and 101.4912 MHz
  • BUS: 132 MB/sec.
  • OS ROM: 512 Kilobytes
  • Additional Sound Chips: PlayStation SPU, 24 Channels, 44.1 kHz sample rate, PCM audio source, Digital effects include: Envelope, Looping, Digital Reverb, Load up to 512K of sampled waveforms, Supports MIDI Instruments.
  • Main RAM: 2 Megabytes
  • Video RAM: 2 Megabyte
  • Sound RAM: 512 Kilobytes
  • Graphical Processor: 360,000 polygons/sec, Sprite/BG drawing, Adjustable frame buffer, No line restriction, 4,000 8x8 pixel sprites with individual scaling and rotation, Simultaneous backgrounds (Parallax scrolling)
  • Sprite Effects: Rotation, Scaling up/down, Warping, Transparency, Fading, Priority, Vertical and horizontal line scroll
  • Resolution: 256x224 - 740x480
  • Colours: 16.7 million colors, Unlimited CLUTs (Color Look-Up Tables)
  • Other Features: custom geometry engine, custom polygon engine, MJPEG decoder
  • Roms: Roms and some CD/DVD Based (Taiko No Tatsujin)

List of System 10 games

  • Action in Moscow (1999) (also known as Action Fighter (Prototype)) by Metro Corporation
  • GAHAHA Ippatsudou (2000) by Metro Corporation
  • Mr. Driller 2 (2000) by Namco
  • Point Blank 3 / Gunbalina (2000) by Namco
  • GAHAHA Ippatsudou 2 (2001) by Metro Corporation
  • Gekitoride-Jong Space (2001) by Metro Corporation
  • Honne Hakkenki (2001) by Namco
  • Kotoba no Puzzle: Mojipittan (2001) by Namco
  • Mr. Driller G (2001) by Namco
  • Taiko no Tatsujin (2001) by Namco
  • Taiko no Tatsujin 2 (2001) by Namco
  • Gamshara (2002) by Mitchell
  • Hard Puncher Hajime no Ippo 2 Ouja e no Chousen (2002) by Taito
  • Panikuru Panekuru (2002) by Namco
  • Puzz Ball (2002) by Namco
  • Slot no Oji Sama (2002) by Namco
  • Star Trigon (2002) by Namco
  • Sugorochikku Japan (2002) by Namco
  • Taiko no Tatsujin 3 (2002) by Namco
  • Taiko no Tatsujin 4 (2002) by Namco
  • Tsukkomi Yousei Gips Nice Tsukkomi (2002) by Metro Corporation
  • Uchuu Daisakusen - Chocovader Contactee (2002) by Namco
  • Kono e-Tako (2003) by Mitchell
  • NFL Classic Football (2003) by Namco
  • Petter the Shepherd (2003) by Namco
  • Seishun Quiz Colorful High School (2003) by Namco
  • Taiko no Tatsujin 5 (2003) by Namco
  • Dokidoki! Flower (2004) by Namco
  • Sekai Kaseki Hakken (2004) by Namco
  • Taiko no Tatsujin 6 (2004) by Namco
  • Ball Pom Line (2005) by Namco
  • Medal No Tatsujin (2005) by Namco
  • Puzz Cube (2005) by Namco
  • Medal No Tatsujin 2 (2006) by Namco

External links

  • System 10 at System16 - The Arcade Museum
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