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Namco Stars (ナムコスターズ?), also known as N Team, is a recurring baseball team from the Family Stadium (Famista) video game series. All members are named after Namco characters or games. The way their names are written varies between some games, being written like the actual character's name in recent games.

List of membersEdit

Note: This list is incomplete.

Pro Yakkyu Family Stadium Edit

  • Assault (あさると) - First appeared in Pro Yakkyu Family Stadium '88.
  • Baron (バロン? also written as ばろん) - Named after Red Baron from Sky Kid. Appears in Pro Yakyuu Family Stadium.
  • Bosconian (ボスコニアン Bosukonian?) - Also named Bosco ("ぼすこ" / "ボスコ" Bosuko?). First appeared in Pro Yakyuu Family Stadium.
  • Fygar (ファイガ Faiga?, Also written as ふぁいが) -Named after the dragon enemy from Dig Dug. Also named Fuaika (ふあいか?). Appears in Pro Yakyuu Family Stadium.
  • Galaga (ギャラガ Gyaraga?) - Also named Kiyaraka (きやらか?). First appeared in Pro Yakyuu Family Stadium.
  • Gil (ギル Giru?, also written as ぎる) - Named after the protagonist from The Tower of Druaga. First appeared in Pro Yakyuu Family Stadium.
  • Herohero (へろへろ?) - Named after Berobero, an enemy from Warp & Warp. Appears in Pro Yakyuu Family Stadium.
  • Indy (インディ Indi?) - Also named Inde (いんで). Named after the main character from Tower of Babel. Appears in Pro Yakyuu Family Stadium.
  • Mappy (マッピー Mappī?, also written as "まっぴい") - Also named Matsupi (まつぴ), Matsupii (まつぴい) and Mapii (まぴい). First appeared in Pro Yakyuu Family Stadium.
  • Nyamco (ニャームコ Nyāmuko?) - Named after the character from Mappy. Also named Niyamuko (にやむこ?). Appears in Pro Yakyuu Family Stadium.
  • P.P. (ピピ Pipi?, also written as "ぴぴ") - Named after the game Pole Position. First appeared in Pro Yakyuu Family Stadium. He is a coach in Famista '93.
  • Pooka (プーカァ? also written as "ぷうか") - Named after the tomato-like enemy from Dig Dug. First appeared in Pro Yakyuu Family Stadium. Is a member of Namco Legends in Pro Yakyuu Famista 2011.
  • Rarii X (らりいX Rarii X?) - Named after the game Rally-X. Appears in Pro Yakyuu Family Stadium.
  • Tofukafu (とふかふ?) - Named after a character from Libble Rabble. Appears in Pro Yakyuu Family Stadium.
  • Xevious (ゼビウス Zebiusu?) - Also named "Zehiusu" (ぜひうす) and "Sehiusu" (せひうす). First appeared in Pro Yakyuu Family Stadium.

Pro Yakkyu Family Stadium '87 Edit

  • Amul (アムル Amuru?, also written as あむる) - Named after the protagonist from Dragon Spirit. First appeared in Pro Yakyuu Family Stadium '87.
  • Kani Kani (カニカニ? also written as かにかに) - Named after the game Kani Kani Panic. Appears in Pro Yakyuu Family Stadium '87.
  • Sanma (さんま?) - Named after Sanma no Meitantei. Appeared in Pro Yakyuu Family Stadium '87.
  • Kagekiyo (景清? also written as かげきよ) - Also named Kakekiyo (かけきよ). Named after the protagonist from Genpei Tōma Den. First appeared in Pro Yakyuu Family Stadium '87.

Pro Yakkyu Family Stadium ' 88 Edit

  • Arubato (あるばと?) - Named after Albatross from Rolling Thunder. Appeared in Pro Yakyuu Family Stadium '88.
  • Asaruto (あさると?) - Named after the game Assault. Appeared in Pro Yakyuu Family Stadium '88.
  • Boom Boom (ブンブン Bunbun?) - Also named Bunfun (ぶんふん). Named after a player from Family Tennis. Appeared in Pro Yakyuu Family Stadium '88.
  • Berabohman (ベラボーマン Berabōman?) - Named after the protagonist from Beraboh Man. Also named Berabou (べらほう). First appeared in Pro Yakyuu Family Stadium '88.
  • Kiyarahachi (きやらはち?) - Derived from Galaga '88 (Gyaraga Hachijuuhachi). Appeared in Pro Yakyuu Family Stadium '88.
  • Ratsupu (らつぷ?) - Named after the game Final Lap (Fainaru Rappu). Appeared in Pro Yakyuu Family Stadium '88.
  • Rick (リック Rikku?, also written as りっく) - Named after the protagonist from Splatterhouse. Also named Ritsuku (りつく). First appeared in Pro Yakyuu Family Stadium '88.
  • Riyuubi (りゆうび?) - Named after Ryuubi Gentoku from Sangokushi: Chūgen no Hasha. Appeared in Pro Yakyuu Family Stadium '88.
  • Ryōma-kun (龍馬くん? also written as りょうまくん) - Named after an emotional toy from 1985. Also named Riyouma (りようま). First appeared in Pro Yakyuu Family Stadium '88.
  • Sandra (サンドラ Sandora?, also written as さんどら) - Named after the second player from Valkyrie no Densetsu. Also named Santora (さんとら). First appeared in Pro Yakyuu Family Stadium '88.
  • Sweet Land (スウィートランド) - Named after the Namco electro mechanical game of the same name. First appeared in Pro Yakyuu Famista '89.
  • Tarosuke (たろすけ?) - Named after the protagonist of Yokai Douchuuki. First appeared in Pro Yakyuu Family Stadium '88.
  • Tomari (とまり?) - Named after the main character from Ordyne. Appeared in Pro Yakyuu Family Stadium '88.
  • Wagan (ワギャン Wagyan?, also written as わぎゃん) - Named after the character from Wagan LandAlso named Wagiya (わぎや) and Wagiyan (わぎやん). First appeared in Pro Yakyuu Family Stadium '88.
  • Heihachi (平八?) -
  • Ki (カイ Kai?, also written as かい) -
  • Klonoa (クロノア Kuronoa?) -
  • KOS-MOS -
  • Solvalou (ソルバルウ Sorubaruu?) -
  • Valkyrie (ワルキューレ?) -

PacEdit

NSWPac

Pac (パック Pakku?, also written as "ぱっく"), also known as Patsuku (ぱつく?) and Pac-Man (パックマン Pakkuman?, also written as "ぱっくまん") is a recurring member present since the first Famista game. In Pro Yakyuu Famista 2011 he is a member of the Namco Legends. He also appears as a playable character in the game Namco Super Wars.

PinoEdit

Pino (ピノ? also written as "ぴの") is a recurring member present since the first Famista game. In Pro Yakyuu Famista 2011 he is a member of the Namco Legends.

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