Charlie Blast's Territory
The puzzles in this game are what really prevent it from getting a lower score.
John Romero's Daikatana
Kemco transforms a reviled PC game into a highly playable Game Boy Color game.
Knife Edge: Nose Gunner
If you can remember Pyramid Patrol or Sewer Shark, you know exactly what kind of game it is: a 3D railed shooter.
Shadowgate 64: Trials of the Four Towers
The lack of any prolonged contact with other characters in the game and the repetitive musical score doesn't only make the game feel boring but lonely as well.
Shadowgate Classic has is that it has not improved with age, and newcomers will fail to see the original charm hidden under the unintuitive gameplay.
Spy vs. Spy
Spy Vs. Spy is a fast-paced, comedic strategy title especially suited for the more vindictive of players.
It serves no purpose other than to firmly establish the bottom of the barrel.
Top Gear Overdrive
The multiplayer aspect alone raises the score, but Top Gear Overdrive's rough edges really keep this game from maximizing on all Snowblind's hard work.
Top Gear Rally 2
Top Gear Rally 2 makes some definite improvements over the original, and while it doesn't cater to all the realism that hard-core rally fans expect, it certainly proves to be a good little racer.
Twisted Edge Extreme Snowboarding
In the end, Twisted Edge turned out to be too little, too late.
Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker
Based on the cartoon series, you take on the role of the new Batman and must save Gotham City from the Joker and his henchmen.
Top Gear Dare Devil
Top Gear Dare Devil is so rife with problems, it not only fails to capture the magic of Crazy Taxi, but it also has a hard time being an enjoyable game in and of itself.
Top Gear GT Championship
Top Gear GT Championship barely suffices in the make-or-break categories of graphics, sound, and gameplay.
Tweety & The Magic Gems
While the GBA needs a party game, Tweety & The Magic Gems is far too laborious and bland to captivate even the most carefree of audiences.
Batman: Dark Tomorrow
Poorly animated, stiff as a board, and generally unresponsive, Batman: Dark Tomorrow is simply not much fun to play.
At best, Prehistorik Man is a weekend diversion from the GBA's more substantial fare.
Universal Studios Theme Parks Adventure
The game is too frustrating and convoluted for kids to have any fun with it, and all but the most desperate adult GameCube fans will find it tedious and unentertaining as well.
If you're into games like Gradius and Project S-11, and happen to possess twitch reflexes, Phalanx has your call sign, Ace.
Although the Game Boy Advance is nowhere near as powerful as a PC, Mech Platoon compromises nothing compared with stalwart veterans like Starcraft or Command & Conquer.
Boulder Dash EX
This Commodore 64 classic is coming to the GBA with a host of technological improvements.