If you don't already have an established love for Takara's customizable line of toy cars, you'll find that ChoroQ has little in the way of redeeming qualities.
The story-driven card battle game is based on the popular Duel Masters trading card game from Wizards of the Coast.
Road Trip: The Arcade Edition
Road Trip is an arcade-style racer that offers several venues and gives you the ability to collect 250 different parts to upgrade your car.
Road Trip: Shifting Gears
This arcade-style racing game lets you compete in hundreds of races, events, and mini-quests and has plenty of car customization options.
Takara is bringing out a new Transformers game based on the classic first generation of the series.
BeyBlade VForce: Super Tournament Battle
Beyblade features a number of tops and parts from Beyblade, as well as an intense tournament mode.
Kikou Heidan J-Phoenix 2 (Joshouhen)
J-Phoenix 2 will feature a new main character, Bred Arrows, a rookie mech pilot. Together with his partners, Cleo and Bucks, Bred's objective is to ride on various mech prototypes in order to collect data for the development of an ultimate mech.
Seek and Destroy
Considering the already-stiff competition for vehicular combat on Sony's current hardware, there's really no room for Seek and Destroy.
It's a video game, it's a cartoon, it's a toy, it's a lunch box, and now it's a PC CD-ROM game.
Battle Arena Toshinden
News flash: The PC version of Battle Arena Toshinden isn't as good as the PlayStation version.
Battle Arena Toshinden 3
Toshinden 3 is what Toshinden 2 should have been - an improved version of the original.
Beast Wars: Transformers
Beast Wars is an imperfect but fun over-the-shoulder shooter.
Choro Q 2
Choro Q 2 subjects players to features that are at very best annoying, and at their worst, downright infuriating.
The King of Fighters '95
King of Fighters' main selling point, and most redeeming feature, is the sheer number of playable characters.
Penny Racers (1999)
Mario Kart 64 or Diddy Kong Racing are still better bets, since the Choro-Q 64 engine is showing its age and showing it badly.
Rascal is a visually confusing 3D adventure that is as entertaining as shopping in a crowded grocery store.
Battle Arena Nitoshinden
Here's the Toshinden game you'll probably never play, and trust me, that's really for the best.
While the first game played decently - and looked great - the sequels have not improved on it significantly, and Toshinden Subaru is no exception.
Battle Arena Toshinden URA
Though URA has the most features of any Toshinden release to date, it's still like playing the previous Toshinden games.
Real Pool offers most of the same elements as Q-Ball Billiards Master, but it goes about it in a bare-bones way.
Takara's mech-combat game draws talent from the well known Gundam anime series and features hectic third-person action in fully 3D environments.
Gadget Racers is a fun, engaging little game, and it will have you running quick cash laps for longer than you'd like to admit--for the purpose of netting the next neat little power-up.
High Heat Major League Baseball 2003
High Heat again ups the ante where gameplay is concerned but still fails to match the graphical finesse of its competitors.
Earthworm Jim 2
This port has a host of new problems that render the game virtually unplayable.
Released shortly after Street Fighter 2, Fatal Fury was unique largely due to the fact that it had two separate planes that players could strategically use to dodge attacks.
Art of Fighting
Art of Fighting brought several key new features to the fighting game scene; most notably a "spirit" bar that limited the number of special moves you could perform.
The first fighter to make significant use of weapons, Samurai Shodown was also revolutionary for its amazing visuals.