Total of 14 user reviews spread across 14 releases
Quake III Arena
Quake III is one of the better 4-player games on the Dreamcast , and easily the top FPS title for the console
Quake III Arena was brought to the Dreamcast in the fall of 2000, and at the time it proved to be a very solid port that stayed true to the original PC game. Not only did the Dreamcast port offer smoo...
Ultimate Mortal Kombat
A great handheld version of a classic 2D fighter...and some random puzzle game in case you get bored with the first one.
Let's face it, there haven't been too many standout fighting games in the handheld market. Mortal Kombat in particular has had some pretty infamous handheld ports on the Game Boy and Game Gear, most o...
Metal Slug Anthology
A great way to satisfy your love of over-the-top arcade action...just remember to have a Gamecube controller handy.
It's great to know that even with this new generation of consoles, that there is still plenty of games and services that are available to satisfy the retro gamer in all of us. With the introduction of...
It's a pretty fun game...for about five minutes.
Shortly after the Saturn's release in the US; it tried to boost sales by including 3 of Sega's more recent arcade hits, one of which ended up being the original Virtua Cop. It was a great idea by Sega...
Mario Strikers Charged Football
The multiplayer and online modes will continue to give you hours and hours of non-stop action for a long time to come.
Mario and pals take to the football field (not American football) once again in Mario Strikers Charged. As well as being the first Wii installment of the long running "Mario Sports" games, i...
Doom II is easily worthy of a spot on anyone's harddrive; it proves that big things can come in the smallest packages.
Doom II took the world by storm (literally, according to the storyline) in the fall of 1994 and quickly became the top PC game of its time, and today it still manages to sustain that devilishly evil c...
Sonic and the Secret Rings
Sonic's Wii debut proves to be one of the top 3rd party entries on this crazy little system.
INTRO Ok, let's face it; the last few titles in the Sonic series have not been up to par (in fact, far below it), and all they're doing is turning Sega's biggest mascot into the but end of a lot of j...
Super Paper Mario
It maintains that classic charm of the 2D Mario games from 20 years ago, and brings it into the spotlight of the new gen
Super Paper Mario takes the 2D side-scroller and revamps it for a new generation; taking the simple yet addictive nature of the classic Mario games and mixes it with the modern platformer, as well as ...
Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes
Marvel vs. Capcom 2 has proved to be one of the funnest fighting games I have ever played.
Ever wonder what would happen if you took the in-depth gameplay of the Street Fighter series, added the pure chaos from games like Super Smash Bros., and topped it off with the greatest superheroes th...
Street Fighter II
Street FIghter II: The World Warrior on the VC lets younger gamers experience a true pioneer of modern gaming.
Street Fighter revolutionized the fighting game genre back in the early 1990's; it's simple looking, but surprisingly deep gameplay helped give the arcades on this side of the world a short breath of ...
Super Mario Bros.
An opportunity to relive the magic that a classic title delivered to audiences from years past.
Games like Super Mario Bros. define the whole idea of the Wii's Virtual Console; an opportunity to relive the magic that a classic title delivered to audiences from years past. GAMEPLAY I'm sure b...
Street Fighter Alpha: Warriors' Dreams
Although later Capcom fighters on the console easily surpass this game, it's still worth checking out.
Street Fighter Alpha, as many will know is a pseudo-sequel of Capcom's famed franchise. The storyline itself continues just after Ryu's victory in the original World Warrior tournament, and continues ...
Capcom vs. SNK: Millennium Fight 2000
A great showcase of the Dreamcast's legendary fighters library.
No one really expected the Dreamcast to have as strong a 2D library as the Saturn did, but this game (and many others) is proof of how wrong we all were. The game takes the engine right out of Street ...
Sonic Adventure International
Still the best 3D Sonic title to date, and possibly one of the best 3D platformers of all time.
Sonic the Hedgehog is a character that every gamer should know, regardless of when they started playing video games. Along with Mario, Link, and Megaman to name a few, Sonic is one of those icons that...