Monster Jam: Maximum Destruction
Monster Jam the puts you in control of a pint-sized representation of a monster truck and throws you into vehicular combat.
WTA Tour Tennis
WTA Tour Tennis offers a decent game of tennis, but the game's biggest strength is its lack of competition.
World of Outlaws: Sprint Cars 2002
World of Outlaws: Sprint Cars 2002 is clearly a game that will appeal to fans of the real-life motorsport.
King's Field: The Ancient City
King's Field: The Ancient City will strongly appeal to a small subset of RPG gamers, fans of From Software's similar endeavors in particular.
Britney's Dance Beat
Britney's Dance Beat can actually provide an enjoyable if short-lived experience, and it serves as a good introduction for the uninitiated to the world of rhythm games.
Army Men: RTS
Console gamers who haven't been spoiled by the likes of Starcraft or Red Alert 2 are in for a treat.
Blood Omen 2
It's worth playing to those lonely for another vampire game or wanting a change of pace from all the first-person shooters.
World Rally Championship
Players of all skill levels will enjoy World Rally Championship for what it is: a fun racing game with just the right amount of realism.
Smash Court Tennis Pro Tournament
While Smash Court isn't quite as polished or deep as Virtua Tennis, there's still plenty of fun to be had with this game.
Sega Soccer Slam
Sega Soccer Slam sets the bar by which any other soccer games of this type will be judged.
Mister Mosquito is a thoroughly original title that brings to a new audience, through parody, a touch of what makes Japanese culture so appealing to so many Westerners.
While the game is both quirky and Japanese, it simply isn't compelling or challenging enough to really engage its target audience of hard-core rhythm gamers.