Interplay's Lotus Challenge for the PS2 will let you get behind the wheel of over 40 authentic Lotus sports cars.
Baldur's Gate II: The Collection
This Baldur's Gate compilation includes full versions of Shadows of Amn as well as the first expansion pack, Throne of Bhaal.
This real-time role-playing game is set in a medieval fantasy world filled with dungeons, dark forests, and hordes of dangerous creatures.
RLH: Run Like Hell
Despite its lengthy development cycle, RLH still feels rushed and incomplete.
Players will be able to chose from one of ten barbarians in this game.
Resident Evil Gaiden
Resident Evil Gaiden doesn't inspire the same level of interest that the other games in the franchise do.
Hunter: The Reckoning
Hunter succeeds in delivering a very fun though short gaming experience, whether you're playing alone or with up to three friends.
In this game, players must photograph disasters and other, more subtle events, in the ultimate goal of winning the Pulitzer Prize.
Jimmy White's Cueball World
This cueball sports simulation features accurate ball physics and a number of realistic environments.
If you're the type of driver who feels comfortable with digital acceleration and braking, there's no question that Virgin's latest off-road racer has a lot to offer.
While real-time strategy games have generally advanced far beyond 1995, Original War has actually regressed.
Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance
Those with open minds for a new experience and a penchant for delightfully slicing their enemies apart will find that Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance definitely delivers.
Aside from a few novelty options, Codename: Outbreak is an uninspired first-person shooter that really doesn't stack up against the glut of similar games currently out on the market.
Magic & Mayhem: The Art of Magic
The Art of Magic is an interesting game whose every strength seems to be hurt by a related weakness.
Aside from its amusing track design and decent customization elements, there really isn't anything much there in regard to actual compelling gameplay.
Fast Food Tycoon 2
This game will let players manage a small pizza parlor and try to expand the business into a fast food empire.
Star Trek Starfleet Command: Orion Pirates
Orion Pirates has an impressive amount of content for a stand-alone expansion, so it's great for new players.
This Paradox-developed fighter was originally scheduled to be published by Virgin, but it was eventually canceled.
This space piracy game features both space combat and first-person shooting, and it is built on the Unreal Warfare engine.
Iron Eagle Max
JVC's flight-combat game features both air- and land-based combat missions and a variety of real-world fighter planes.
Falcone: Into the Maelstrom
Falcone: Into the Maelstrom combines elements of space shooters with those of a first-person shooter
Kagero: Deception II
It's a great game that's a blast to play and comes highly recommended.
The painfully obvious conclusion is that this game simply does not provide enough variety (or fun) to keep you entertained.
Touting many new features and improved graphics, the box would have us believe the game offers a state-of-the-art gaming experience, however, this is not the case.
Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter
Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter is all about the tag team mode, and with the overall exclusion of this mode, Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter is just another Street Fighter game.
Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes
While I wouldn't call Marvel vs. Capcom the most balanced fighting game in the world, it makes up for its shortcomings by simply being a whole lot of fun.
Mega Man Legends
It's deftly avoided the pitfalls that await most platformers making the jump from 2D to 3D by creating an action-RPG instead.
It's a step towards bringing an 8-bit genre into the 32-bit era.
Nemesis: The Wizardry Adventure
People expecting the new Wizardry may be disappointed, but adventure gamers will find a lot to like.
NHL PowerPlay '96
All in all, Powerplay '96 is just another average hockey game.
NHL Powerplay 98
You'd probably be better served by NHL 98 or NHL Breakaway '98.
Plasma Sword: Nightmare of Bilstein
A severe lack of technological upgrades and cookie-cutter character design make this a tough game to recommend.
Prince of Persia (1989)
The prince is back in a new kind of adventure where cooperation with the mysterious Elika will let you perform actions never before seen on a mobile.
Rally Championship (1997)
One of those rare sims that makes you a fan of a sport you've never even thought about before.
Resident Evil is a rare gem that has been able to make the jump from a video game to a computer game nearly flawlessly.
Resident Evil 2
If you can brave its shortcomings, Resident Evil 2 is good, scary fun.
Resident Evil 3: Nemesis
Fans of previous Resident Evil games will like it, but those who have yet to enter the world of survival-horror would do better to start with Resident Evil 2.
Resident Evil: Director's Cut
It's really nice to be surprised while playing Resident Evil once again.
If you're looking for an easy-to-pick-up fighting game that puts a slightly new spin on the old fighting genre, Rival Schools fits the bill pretty well.
Totally unrealistic physics, generic track design, and a vehicle list devoid of anything but topless roadsters make this a game to be avoided by the casual arcade-racing fan.
Aside from R-Type fans, the casual gamer might find this game too hard and with not enough reward.
Sabre Ace: Conflict Over Korea
It's unfortunate that there are so many failings in Sabre Ace, since the overall package, subject matter, and mission structure are all good.