The game will be an Expansion-Pak only title, featuring two main characters, Sabre and Krystal, as they journey through exotic lands filled with more than 50 characters with whom you'll interact.
Doraemon: Nobita to 3 Tsu no Seireiseki
By all accounts Doraemon can be compared to Mario...it just suffers by the comparison.
Sin and Punishment: Successor of the Earth
IMPORT: Sin and Punishment is a lot of fun, but the game's complete lack of difficulty and fairly short length really hurt it.
Custom Robo for the GameCube doesn't really have enough to it to hold most players' interest for long.
Bomberman 64 (Japan)
One of the last games released for the Nintendo 64 in Japan, Bomberman 64 was a completely new Bomberman pure-action game unrelated to the earlier releases.
The Powerpuff Girls: Chemical X-Traction
Scheduled to be one of the final games for the N64, this fighting game pits the Powerpuff Girls against various villains from their animated series.
Conker's Bad Fur Day
The premise of the game is gimmicky, but after its sordid skin is peeled away, a true gem of a 3D platformer is revealed.
Mega Man 64
Those who missed out on the PlayStation version could still find a good bit of entertainment value here, but this dated title simply can't compete on the same level as current software.
WCW Backstage Assault
It's hard to recommend a wrestling game that doesn't contain any actual in-the-ring wrestling.
The challenging breadth of the adventure, the richly detailed graphics, varied gameplay, killer sound, and multiplayer mode all fuse into one amazingly fun experience.
WWF No Mercy
If you're still drooling over Wrestlemania 2000, then the roster updates, graphical refinements, bonus secrets, and new modes found in WWF No Mercy should be more than enough to keep you going for another year.
Blues Brothers 2000
The 3D-action category is a competitive one on the Nintendo 64, and Blues Brothers lacks any special features that would make it noteworthy.
Hercules: The Legendary Journeys
Hercules isn't godly, but as a whole it's a decent adventure.
Tom and Jerry in Fists of Furry (2000)
Tom & Jerry: Fists of Furry is a game that is accessible enough for the younger crowd, yet it still packs enough challenge and quality production that more mature gamers will appreciate it too.
007: The World is not Enough
TWINE is not GoldenEye for the PlayStation, but if you're tired of playing through Medal of Honor or Metal Gear Solid, it provides temporary relief for your stealth shooting addiction.
The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask
Majora's Mask is a great game, but it isn't for everybody.