Sammy Studios Games
Armed with a machine gun and the ability to turn into the gigantic Megagon, Amagon must fight his way through a strange, monster-infested island.
Colin McRae Rally (2000)
Regardless of whether Colin McRae Rally is dated or not, it plays well enough - but its cookie-cutter formula won't sustain casual gamers' long-term interest.
Guilty Gear X
Guilty Gear X runs on the NAOMI arcade board, and it could well be the most beautiful 2D fighter yet, with its feature high-resolution character sprites and backgrounds.
Death Crimson OX
It's hard to recommend Death Crimson OX to anyone but the truly desperate light-gun fanatic.
The King of Fighters EX: Neo Blood
A new incarnation of the series, with new characters and story, will be released on the Game Boy Advance.
Guilty Gear X Plus
Guilty Gear X Plus will contain two new characters and other enhancements over the PlayStation 2 version of Guilty Gear X.
Galerians: Ash could have been something special, but as it stands, it doesn't really live up to its potential.
Lethal Skies Elite Pilot: Team SW
Sammy's Lethal Skies Elite Pilot: Team SW has survived localization and emerges as an altogether impressive combat flight sim.
Burnout 2: Point of Impact
The crash mode makes this game worth a rental, but the inclusion of the well-done championship and multiplayer modes make it a must-own for fans of arcade racing.
Guilty Gear X2
Guilty Gear X2 is one of the most highly evolved 2D fighting games yet, and it's another clear sign that fighting games definitely have some life left in them.
Seven Samurai 20XX
If you're looking for a frenetic beat-'em-up, a la Dynasty Warriors, 20XX may scratch your itch, though it's marred by stilted pacing and a wildly inconsistent frame rate.
Guilty Gear XX
Guilty Gear XX keeps the same high quality animation as the previous Guilty Gear game while adding new characters and moves to the mix.