Kotobuki Systems Games
If you can get around the weaker aspects of the game, Rogue Ops should be a reasonably entertaining experience for stealth fans looking for their next fix.
GT Advance 3: Pro Concept Racing
GT Advance 3: Pro Concept Racing is a spicier version of the original GT Advance that was released when the Game Boy Advance launched in June 2001.
Egg Mania: Eggstreme Madness
Puzzle fans willing to look past its superficial shortcomings will find a fun, harmless diversion in Egg Mania.
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.
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.
Top Gear GT Championship
Top Gear GT Championship barely suffices in the make-or-break categories of graphics, sound, and gameplay.
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.
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.
Twisted Edge Extreme Snowboarding
In the end, Twisted Edge turned out to be too little, too late.
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.
If you're into games like Gradius and Project S-11, and happen to possess twitch reflexes, Phalanx has your call sign, Ace.
The Bugs Bunny Crazy Castle 2
Bugs is back in the palm of your hand and here's What's Up, Doc: Nasty Witch Hazel has nabbed Honey Bunny from a party in the castle and locked her ...