Then they created another hit series called Soul Caliber and released it for the arcade and for the Sega Dreamcast both in 1998, then they made the sequel, Soul Caliber II with three special guests: Link (from Nintendo's Legend of Zelda series) for Nintendo GameCube, Heihachi (from Namco's Tekkan series) for the Sony PS2, and Spawn (from the famous comic series) on Microsoft XBOX, all three in 2003.
Today, Nintendo and Namco teams up together in order to produce better video games, like a new Star Fox title called Star Fox Assault, the Donkey Konga and Jungle Beat series, and an all new Mario Kart: Arcade GP (which the companies may released it in North America and Europe later along with F-ZERO AX).
* Pac-Mania (Pac-Man with Pixar style graphics and jumping)
* Galaga '88
* Dragon Spirit & Dragon Saber
* Assault (tank game with Mode 7 style special effects, even better than what the SNES can dish out though)
* Splatterhouse series
* Ridge Racer
* Time Crisis series
* Tekken series
* Crisis Zone
* Razing Storm (the "Complete Destruction Machine Gun Game"- very good whether it's at the arcade or on PS3)
* Deadstorm Pirates (if you can't find it at your arcade, it's in Time Crisis: Razing Storm for PS3)
... and many more.
B: Nah, we won't, they're actually making another of the "Tales of..." series.
A: Oh no...