Drive your heavily-armed cab through the terror-filled streets of Kemo in this classic futuristic driving game.
Brutal: Paws of Fury
Brutal: Paws of Fury is almost the same as its Genesis counterpart but with added FMV sequences.
Wheel of Fortune
With all the elements that makes Wheel of Fortune so popular on TV, this game will let up to three people play at once.
AYSO Soccer '97
The charming, uniform graphics also invoke the warm nostalgia of a bygone era.
Battlecruiser 3000 A.D.
It will go down in legend as the most bug-ridden, unstable, unplayable pieces of software ever released.
Humans III: Evolution Lost In Time
Not only does Humans III have remarkably dated graphics, annoying sound, and inept gameplay, it is also as boring as a sack of sticks.
Micro Machines 2
Micro Machines 2 hearkens back to a kinder, gentler era of electronic entertainment.
While it won't win any awards, Mutant Penguins is entertaining and intriguing, and a pretty great value.
NET:Zone brings absolutely nothing new to the table. At best, it's a souped-up Myst clone.
The cast of Take 2 Interactive's Ripper is studded with tarnished stars, and this most recent vehicle contributes to the oxidization process.
As a crash-course in offensive driving, Road Warrior provides some mindless fun, but is only a slight improvement over its flawed predecessor.
The War College
The War College attempts to provide the wargame fan with a system that can recreate the greatest battles in history—a good idea, but it needs more work.