Drive around the streets of New York busting every ghost in sight in this action game based on the mega-popular film.
Frankenstein: The Dismembered Bride
Frankenstein: The Dismembered Bride is a hidden-object game in which players assume the role of a man searching for his wife in a mysterious manor.
Angel Code: A Linda Hyde Mystery
Angel Code: A Linda Hyde Mystery is a hidden-object adventure game in which players assume the role of an investigator searching for the Holy Grail.
Dungeon Keeper 2
It's impossible that you won't find something to like about Dungeon Keeper 2.
Army Men: Sarge's Heroes
The Dreamcast version of Army Men Sarge's Heroes is an engaging, albeit dated entry into the 3D action combat genre.
Billy and Jimmy Lee take to the streets in this classic arcade side-scroller.
It improves on the original's technology and expands its gameplay without losing the off-kilter sense of humor that helped make MDK so unique.
Once you become accustomed to the loose controls, Screamer 2 can provide an enjoyable gaming experience.
The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind
It's a beautiful, sprawling, and open-ended game that lets you play pretty much however you like as long as you're willing to fill in a few blanks using your imagination.
Ground Control ignites the stagnant real-time strategy genre with magnificent 3-D visuals, dazzling special effects, and enthralling gameplay.
Black & White
No other PC game to date has so effectively combined so many seemingly incompatible elements into one highly polished game.
Tomb Raider: Chronicles
Tomb Raider Chronicles is a worthy enough "sequel" to the original and can deliver an adequate number of thrills, though nothing unique or surprising.
Far Cry isn't just a stunning technical accomplishment. It's quite possibly the best single-player first-person shooter experience for the PC since Half-Life.
Operation Flashpoint: Cold War Crisis
The setting is perfect shooter material, and Operation Flashpoint does justice to it with complex gameplay coupled with a huge and truly memorable gameworld.
Prisoner of War
The suspenseful sneaking gameplay and strong dose of character interaction make Prisoner of War a game that's by all means different from most others out there.
Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Angel of Darkness
Try to overlook some of the flaws here and enjoy this game for its engaging storyline, death-defying action sequences, and impressive locations.
Heroes of Might and Magic IV
The Heroes formula clearly stands the test of time in Heroes IV and is every bit as enjoyable as it's ever been in previous games.
Praetorians is an excellent choice for real-time strategy fans looking for a stiff and satisfying challenge.
Deus Ex: Invisible War
Deus Ex: Invisible War can be highly rewarding, as long as you're willing to look past some problems along the way.
Spring Break's actual gameplay never strays far from the G-rated management template that everyone's been trying to copy since RollerCoaster Tycoon.
IGI 2: Covert Strike
Perhaps IGI 2's biggest problem is that instead of drawing you into a thrilling adventure, it makes you feel like you're just going through the motions in a generic shooter.
Play both hunter and hunted in this psycho thriller. Set in New York, Indigo Prophecy gives you the chance to speak, explore, interact, fight, and confront unknown dark forces.
Boiling Point: Road to Hell
Set in the hot South American jungle, Boiling Point: Road to Hell puts you in the role of Saul Mayers--a decorated soldier on a mission to protect his daughter from ...
Hegemonia: Legions of Iron
Hegemonia's solid, innovative gameplay and technically impressive graphics may seem very appealing to space strategy fans, but it's too bad that the game isn't more accessible and more polished.
Warlords IV: Heroes of Etheria
Warlords IV is a highly streamlined sequel that shifts the series' focus away from management and diplomacy to surprisingly fast-paced combat.
Those looking for a game with lots of challenge and a distinct sense of style would do well to check out Shinobi.