Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne
It's just an outstanding game, filled with all the charm, all the detail, and all the lasting appeal that characterizes all of the finest games ever made.
Neverwinter Nights is one of those exceedingly rare games that has a lot to offer virtually everyone, even if they aren't already into RPGs.
Though Legion doesn't have a lot of superfluous details, it also lacks the essential elements that make strategy games with authentic settings so appealing.
Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project
Manhattan Project is occasionally frustrating, but when it's good, it's very, very good.
Star Wars Galactic Battlegrounds: Clone Campaigns
Battlegrounds brought to life the epic sweep of battles in the Star Wars universe, but this expansion pack doesn't add much to that epic sweep.
Its polished interface, accessible gameplay, and exceptional graphics make Dungeon Siege a first-rate action RPG.
Heroes of Might and Magic IV
The Heroes formula clearly stands the test of time in Heroes IV and is every bit as enjoyable as it's ever been in previous games.
Star Wars Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast
Jedi Outcast is simply one of the easiest games to recommend this year.
The Sims: Vacation
Vacation breathes enough life back into The Sims to make it interesting again, though it's really at its best when used with other expansion packs.
Even with its minor problems, Freedom Force is very easy to recommend--it's a superhero game that gets everything right.
Strange Adventures in Infinite Space
Strange Adventures is an addictive little game that you can lose yourself in for a few minutes at a time.
Black & White: Creature Isle
Creature Isle will certainly appeal to anyone who enjoyed Black & White in the first place. Surprisingly, though, it's also suitable for some of those who didn't.
Medal of Honor: Allied Assault
Medal of Honor represents the absolute best that action-packed, event-driven shooters have to offer.
In Bugdom 2, you must help Skip track down the bee who stole his backback. The game comes with 3D glasses that let you see Skip run, jump, fly, and ...
This family-friendly game lets players build their own championship basketball team, set the positions, and call the plays.
One or two players can work their way through the 12 levels in this top-down sci-fi themed shooter.