Namco System N2

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The Namco System N2 arcade platform runs on an nForce2-based motherboard that NVIDIA developed. It is based on a NVIDIA GeForce graphics card, using the OpenGL API.

Both Namco System N2 and Namco System ES1 run the Linux operating system that is based on Debian 4.0 ("etch").[1]

The Namco System ES2 PLUS and Namco System ES3 run Windows Embedded 7 as their operating system. It runs in an arcade game racing cabinet designed by Bandai Namco Games.


Because the N2, ES1(A2), ES2 Plus and ES3 are based on PC architecture, development for it and porting from it is relatively easy and inexpensive.


Namco System N2

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Namco System ES1


Namco System ES2 PLUS

Namco System ES3

  • CPU: Intel Core i5
  • GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680 PCIe 3.0 x16
  • Storage: SSD
  • Operating System: Windows Embedded 7
  • Protection: HASP HL Max USB dongle


List of System N2 games

List of System ES1 games

List of System ES1(A2) games

List of System ES2 Plus games

List of System ES3 games

List of System ES4 games

Similar Hardware

The Sega Lindbergh, Taito's Taito Type X and Taito Type X+ operate in a similar way to the N2 platform, except that they use other operating systems.


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