The classic super squirrel character that first appeared on the SNES is now heading to the GBA.
This family-friendly game lets players build their own championship basketball team, set the positions, and call the plays.
Combat is a decent arcade-style shooter that should at least temporarily please newbies and anyone with an itchy trigger finger.
Super Monkey Ball
The game makes a strong case for the power of simple yet incredibly addictive gameplay.
Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee
Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee is a very smart game with great puzzles, yet there's not enough variety in those puzzles to keep it completely entertaining throughout.
MXRider offers a good amount of playability for anyone even remotely interested in motocross or racing games in general.
Sid Meier's Civilization III
Civilization III is a triumphant proclamation that strategy gaming is alive and well and still able to keep you rooted in front of your computer for hours at a time.
Ms. Pac-Man: Quest for the Golden Maze
It's a monotonous gaming experience that's difficult to recommend even to those looking for a little nostalgia.
Boarder Zone has many good qualities, but you'll find yourself going through all the game has to offer too quickly.
Bugs Bunny: Lost in Time
This game really does a great job of capturing the wacky humor that Looney Tunes is so famous for and, as such, is a whole lot of fun.
In short, Sonic Team has created a party experience for the ages - like Bomberman, the best idea is to grab a bunch of friends and go head-to-head.
Civilization II is a solid, if not spectacular, game that strategy fans will not want to miss.
Clue Chronicles: Fatal Illusion
Don't expect any of the board game's promising elements to get much play in Clue Chronicles: Fatal Illusion.
Clue: Murder at Boddy Mansion
Basically, if you love the board game, you're going to want this version. And if you haven't played the board game, buy this instead.
If you've played Destruction Derby, you've played Demolition Racer.
id Software's classic first-person shooter is now on Xbox Live Arcade.
Driver is a game that might be mediocre in its presentation but more than makes up for it in its gameplay and concept.
When you get right down to it, Expendable is sheer, unadulterated shooting. Run through a bunch of levels, blow everything to bits, and try not to get shot.
Final Fantasy IX
Final Fantasy IX serves as a coda to the series as you know it - it's a summation of everything that players have enjoyed about the past ten years of ...
With inviting gameplay and an abundance of hidden characters, Gekido is worthy of the acclaim given to Streets of Rage 2, Guardian Heroes, or Die Hard Arcade, provided you're a ...
Indy Racing 2000
If you can overlook the muddy graphics, Indy Racing 2000 is surprisingly fun.
The developers have done a tremendous amount of re-design in the areas of sound and graphics, but beneath all the gleam and glimmer lies the same old game.
Overall, Koudelka falls short of expectations in the gameplay department, but the beautiful CG work in the game's movies definitely makes the experience a memorable one.
Lode Runner 3-D
Lode Runner 3-D is a major departure from the gameplay that has served the Lode Runner series so well for more than a decade.
Men in Black: The Game
All in all, it's quite obvious the time and energy went into set design and mediocre character animations, not into actually making the game work.
Mission: Impossible seems geared to those hard-core gamers out there who have both the time and the patience to spend replaying level after level until they've finished the game.
Need for Speed: V-Rally
V-Rally has nothing in common with the previous NFS games.
The Next Tetris
I'd recommend this game to anyone looking for a new Tetris fix - it's definitely different enough from the other versions to warrant a purchase.
While by no means a perfect product, NGEN does a good job of establishing an aspect of the racing genre that will obviously see many reinterpretations -here's to it being ...
O.D.T.: Escape... Or Die Trying
ODT is an effort to capture Tomb Raider-style gameplay in a futuristic setting.
Oddworld: Abe's Exoddus
If you hated the first one, it's likely because of the lack of save points, so you should definitely consider giving this series another try.