Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2004
Even if EA Sports had left every other aspect of the game identical to Tiger Woods 2003, the staggering number of new, playable courses alone makes 2004 worthwhile.
Sega Rally Championship
The GBA version of Sega's classic driving game features support for up to four players.
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.
As Bounce, a rubber ball desparate to escape a menacing factory, you'll navigate 30 levels featuring impressive water, air, and particle effects.
Super Monkey Ball
The game makes a strong case for the power of simple yet incredibly addictive gameplay.
Worms World Party
Although it neither deviates from nor plays as well as the previous iterations of the series, Worms is still pretty fun.
Although Red Faction rarely outstrips the games it draws inspiration from, the fact that there are times when it shows them up at all is pretty impressive.
Tennis fans should be in heaven after playing Virtua Tennis.
While it doesn't have as many tracks or as much replay value as we'd like, MotoGP definitely deserves a spot on your shelf.
Tony Hawk's Pro Skater
It's one of those games that will keep you coming back long after you've mastered it.
Pandemonium doesn't have what it takes to contend with the latest 3-D action games, like Crash Bandicoot and Tomb Raider.
PC users can mercilessly take out hundreds of suit-and-tie gun-runners in a single play session on the desktop.