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.
Crazy Taxi is still a fun, exciting game, but fans of Crazy Taxi who already own the Dreamcast release don't really need to bother with the PlayStation 2 version.
Who Wants to be a Millionaire?
Perhaps like Regis Philbin himself, the game appreciates its own mediocrity, but it executes its blandness extremely well.
Rayman 2: The Great Escape
Rayman 2 is one of the best platforming experiences available on the PlayStation.
Darkstone essentially takes Diablo a few steps further, which can only be a good thing, right?
The graphics look sharp in areas close to the car, but in large open tracks, there's an appalling amount of pop-up.
Driver is a game that might be mediocre in its presentation but more than makes up for it in its gameplay and concept.
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.
Heroes of Might and Magic III
No doubt a port of the PC version, the Dreamcast version of Heroes of Might and Magic III is bound to deliver the Heroes formula to console strategy fans.
In addition to being a very good adventure game, it features great writing and beautiful art direction.