Record of Agarest War
In the world of Agarest, a hero enters into a contract to save his life, and must adventure across five continents to fulfill it.
World Cup Of Pool
Featuring over 60 of the world's top players – with over 15 Pool and Snooker world titles between them – prove you're a winner at 8-ball & 9-ball and claim the ultimate prize in any sport – the World Cup.
Race through a world on the verge of collapse in a vehicle that can morph into multiple different racing states.
Heracles Chariot Racing
Heracles Chariot Racing is a WiiWare racing game featuring 10 circuits in five mythological fantasy settings.
Mary King's Riding School
Learn to care for your horse, then train and compete in dressage, cross-country, and show jumping.
Octomania is a puzzle game in which you must rid the island of Lonronpia of an octopus infestation.
Clever Kids: Dino Land
A collection of minigames aimed at helping kids learn and have fun that features dinosaurs.
Clever Kids: Pony World
A game aimed at helping young kids have fun while learning that features ponies.
Masters of the Universe: He-Man: Defender of Grayskull
This action adventure game sees players battling the forces of evil as He-Man and Battle Cat.
Air Warrior III
The fact that Air Warrior III is built as an online game is apparent as soon as you jump into the cockpit.
Evel Knievel is all about precision - knowing when to tap what, how hard, and for how long is integral to making an enjoyable experience out of this game.
Juggernaut Corps: First Assault
The best that can be said about it is that it's an adequate 2D shooter with an attractive price tag.
Mortyr 2093 - 1944
It's boring, it's unoriginal, and it doesn't even live up to the eight-year-old game it's attempting to copy.
The game offers a handful of features and elements that seem ideal forhard-core sim fans, but the mission designs and the general feel of gameplayseem more appropriate for an action game.
The game plays just as it's supposed to; the problem is that the way it's supposed to play isn't particularly interesting or even very much fun.
Vangers: One for the Road
Confusing. Off-putting. Indecipherable. Mystifying. These are just a few of the words that crept into my mind as I wrestled with what should have been a fairly straightforward game of driving, combat, and resource management.
WinBack: Covert Operations
For those who are new to WinBack, it will be a nice, stealthy diversion until Metal Gear Solid 2 is released later this year.
Mr. Driller is a cute and quirky puzzler that lacks the variety to make it a long-term contender for your attention like a Puzzle Fighter or Tetris would. At a low price of $20, however, Mr. Driller is a worthwhile and refreshing return to the puzzle genre, however short-lived the game may be.
The Runabout series not only hasn't kept up with the times (Crazy Taxi is this type of game almost fully realized), it's lost a lot of what made it so appealing in the first place.
Ultimate Sky Surfer
IMPORT: Sky Surfer represents a situation where a decent concept is marred by flawed execution.
Army Men: Sarge's Heroes 2
If you look up the definition of the word "poor" in a dictionary, there's a good chance you'll see Army Men: Sarge's Heroes 2 staring back at you.
Real Pool offers most of the same elements as Q-Ball Billiards Master, but it goes about it in a bare-bones way.
An enhanced version of Maken X for the DC, Maken Shao takes place from a third-person perspective.
Psikyo's take on the classic conventions strike as true as most modern attempts, and the fans of such games should welcome the results.
The game is wildly unorthodox in almost every conceivable respect, though its aesthetics and mechanics are awesomely polished and inventive.