This action game sees players assuming the role of a tank commander who's defending the Earth from an alien invasion.
Grab your dung fork and head to the garden in this action gardening title featuring the lovely and versatile Aquababe!
Shadow-Born is a new adventure game from Backbone Entertainment, and it includes crazy features, such as the game altering your to-do list, setting appointments, and leaving text messages for you.
This futuristic 3D shooter sees you assuming the role of a fighter pilot who is charged with bringing a dangerous witch to justice.
One is a fairly ambitious portable fighting game that looks impressive on the N-Gage, but lacks the sort of deep, hard-hitting action you'd probably expect.
X-Men Legends II: Rise of Apocalypse
In X-Men Legends II, the X-Men must join their enemy the Brotherhood to fight a greater menace--Apocalypse. The sequel to the team-based role-playing game X-Men Legends lets you play as one of many X-Men, and use and combine his or her unique abilities to defeat enemies.
The Roots: Gates of Chaos
The Roots: Gates of Chaos is standing on the shoulders of giants here, and RPG-starved N-Gage gamers will reap the sweet fruit of this copycat move.
Even as a mindless button-masher, WWE Aftershock isn't particularly successful.
A competent dungeon crawler marred by some presentation and design shortcomings, Xanadu is a bare-bones action RPG that we recommend only to more forgiving fans of the genre.
Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell 3D
As Sam Fisher, Third Echelon's most skilled Splinter Cell operative, you are assigned to execute a hazardous series of operations to investigate and eliminate a new source of information attacks originating in North Korea. At your disposal is a lethal array of tactics ranging from Combat Knife techniques to experimental prototype weapons skills and more-radical hand-to-hand techniques such as the Inverted Chokehold.
The King of Fighters Extreme
The King of Fighters Extreme has all the makings of a great portable fighting game. Unfortunately, a consistently sluggish frame rate seriously hurts the experience.
Requiem of Hell
Requiem of Hell is an upcoming N-Gage dungeon crawler from Beijing-based Digital-Red, the makers of several titles for Nokia's Series 60 platform.
Shade: Wrath of Angels
This action-adventure game will feature a dynamic camera, realistic lighting and shadows, and detailed 3D environments.
Operation Shadow is a deeply flawed action game that's impossible to recommend.
X-Men Legends is a great action RPG that packs in some strong action with a well-told story.
Spider-Man 2 is a good game, but its repetitive gameplay, combined with an open-ended design, also makes it feel like a missed opportunity.
While much of the visual style and sound design in Ashen pay homage to id Software's brand of devil enthusiasm, the game itself is neither as inspired or technically accomplished.
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Jungle Storm
Jungle Storm is a decent enough vehicle for more Ghost Recon, if that's what you're after, but the franchise is really starting to show its age at this late date.
Call of Duty
Most anyone who plays games would more than likely be very impressed with Call of Duty's authentic presentation, well designed and often very intense single-player missions, and fast-paced, entertaining multiplayer modes.
Somewhere deep down, there's a good game buried underneath SonicN's multiple technical gaffes, but it's buried too deep to find.
Tomb Raider (2003)
This new version of Tomb Raider is indeed an accurate reflection of the original look and feel of Tomb Raider, but the gameplay just doesn't hold up.
Rayman 3 proves to be one of the N-Gage's best games so far, simply by virtue of the fact that it provides a fun experience without too many caveats.
Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell
One of the most popular, most successful, and best-looking games for Microsoft's Xbox is now on the PS2, and in certain ways it's better than the original.