Redux: Dark Matters
Redux: Dark Matters is an up-and-coming arcade-style space shooting game for the Sega Dreamcast.
On paper, UGA's "music shooter" may sound a little dull, but it's one of those games that simply must be seen--and in this case, heard--to be fully understood.
Record of Lodoss War
If you like Diablo, you'll like Lodoss. If not, steer clear.
Razor Freestyle Scooter
Ride Razor scooters through levels filled with ramps, rails, and half-pipes.
Red Dog: Superior Firepower
If you're the kind of person who loves challenging tank games or happens to have a few trigger-happy friends, the game takes on a life of its own.
Ready 2 Rumble Boxing: Round 2
Since the game's AI is relatively simple, you'll quickly learn all of the little tricks that'll lead you to a win with little or no thought put into it at ...
Railroad Tycoon II: Gold Edition
Solid gameplay, numerous options, and attention to detail make Railroad Tycoon II an excellent simulation.
Rent-A-Hero No. 1
IMPORT: It's definitely unique and uniquely Sega, and the Dreamcast game library needs more wacky games like this - Seaman needs the company.
Romance of the Three Kingdoms VI: Awakening of the Dragon
While ROT3K6 won't win anyone over with its graphics, it is a solid and intricate simulation title.
Resident Evil Code: Veronica
To call it a must-own game is a definite understatement.
Roommania #203 is a well-made game, especially in the storytelling and sound departments.
While the game may sport a spiffy set of tech specs, Rainbow Cotton's core gameplay is so flawed that it leaves the overall experience unsalvageable.
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.
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.
Rippin' Riders does look and sound very nice but has major issues in the control department and feels incomplete.