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12 Volt recreates the slot-car racing experience with realistic tracks, die-cast vehicles, toy weapons, and physics.
Hop onto your choppper-style motorcycle in West Coast Choppers, a game based on the Discovery Channel TV series of the same name.
Farnation gives a nod to such successful PC games as Ultima Online and - more recently - Everquest by letting players interact with other human players across a large universe.
Bothtec's classic adventure game is being revived for the Xbox.
Tremor's Xbox project is a fantasy-action game starring a female lead named Moira. **this project was reborn as The Unseen sometime in 2002... which incidently was also cancelled.**
As Amanda, a single mother who has lost her daughter in a terrible accident, you discover that hell has become a graveyard for souls that should rightly be in heaven. ...
Mucky Foot is developing a game based on the upcoming MGM martial arts movie.
This driving game lets you get out of your vehicle so that you can find a better vehicle somewhere else on the track.
This futuristic racer is the sequel to the 1998 game Powerslide.
Capcom's classic Ghouls 'N Ghosts franchise is being turned into a massively multiplayer game.
The game mixes first-person shooting action with driving elements in one feature-rich package.
Enclave II's story takes place after the last great war between the outlanders and the enclavers.
Work on the sequel to Akella's first pirate role-playing game has been put on hold in favor of Pirates of the Caribbean. Age of Pirates was previously known as Sea ...
The Xbox version of Blade of Darkness will include enhanced graphics and controls, and new levels and gameplay modes.
This '70s-TV-show-inspired action sequel will let you pursue villains on foot as well as from behind a steering wheel.
This massively multiplayer online game takes place in and around a former interstellar prison colony.
Fans of the Stargate SG-1 TV series can now experience the science-fiction universe in The Alliance--a new action game from Namco.
LucasArts' Star Wars online RPG is currently in development for the PC, while previously announced console versions have been put on hold.
Io is currently working on a sequal to its critically acclaimed third-person squad-based shooter.
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