Less graphically rich than the original version of the game, the mobile version of Pitfall will still make you nostalgic for the good old days of 4-bit gaming.
Syberia proves beyond a shadow of a doubt that the adventure game genre is still full of life.
Toki Tori is a puzzle game in the vein of Lemmings and Lode Runner that puts you in the shoes of an egg-shaped character who must use various tools and weapons to make your way through the game's 60 levels.
Dragon Warrior III
DWIII is a worthy port of its old NES ancestor, but its firm grounding in the RPG old-school means that only the hard-core need apply.
In short, Sonic Team has created a party experience for the ages - like Bomberman, the best idea is to grab a bunch of friends and go head-to-head.
The graphics look sharp in areas close to the car, but in large open tracks, there's an appalling amount of pop-up.
Metal Slug X
The Metal Slug games represent a high watermark for arcade side-scrolling shooter graphics, and the PlayStation port of X does not disappoint.
The King of Fighters '97
The King of Fighters '97 improves on its predecessor with superior three-on-three fighting action and a bigger cast of characters.
The Last Express
If it weren't for a few gameplay issues, The Last Express could be among the best adventure games ever.
Originally released on the Neo Geo, Metal Slug brings side-scrolling shooting action to the GBA.
Duke Nukem 3D
The ballots have been cast and the verdict has arrived: The Duke is A-#1.
This classic role-playing game brought together the best minds from Squaresoft and Enix to create one epic, time-trotting adventure.
Samurai Shodown II
The second game in SNK's Samurai Shodown line is widely regarded as the best of the series.
Final Fantasy VI
Final Fantasy VI is back and available for download on the PlayStation Network.