Cubix Robots for Everyone: Showdown
The 3DO Company will develop a GameCube game based on the Cubix CGI television show.
High Heat Major League Baseball 2004
The next installment of 3DO's High Heat Major League Baseball series will have updated graphics, animations, and a new franchise mode.
Army Men: Turf Wars
In this GBA game, Sarge teams up with the Blue Spy on a new mission to blast his enemies to smithereens.
Heroes of Might and Magic IV: The Gathering Storm
The Gathering Storm adds a good deal of new content to play through: six massive single-player campaign games and a whopping 30 additional scenarios. But not much else.
Heroes of Might and Magic: Platinum Edition
Heroes of Might and Magic: Platinum Edition contains the original Heroes of Might and Magic, Heroes of Might and Magic II Gold, and Heroes of Might and Magic III Complete.
Cubix Robots for Everyone: Clash 'n Bash
Battle robots in this handheld game based upon the popular children's television program.
Shifters was clearly not given enough time in development, and it isn't fun to play as a result.
Might and Magic IX
Might and Magic IX is the sort of game that can't please either longtime fans or series newcomers looking to get a role-playing fix.
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.
Army Men: RTS
Console gamers who haven't been spoiled by the likes of Starcraft or Red Alert 2 are in for a treat.
High Heat Major League Baseball 2003
High Heat again ups the ante where gameplay is concerned but still fails to match the graphical finesse of its competitors.
GoDai: Elemental Force
Despite some solid ideas and some very cool game mechanics, the game is technically flawed to a degree that's almost criminal.
Jonny Moseley Mad Trix
Virtually every technical and stylistic aspect of the game is either shoddily handled, or feels somehow incomplete.
Army Men: Operation Green
The Green Army face off against the Tan Army yet again. The game plays from a top-down perspective and has five different environments.
Dragon Rage (2001)
Dragon Rage comes down to being a very basic shooter with a number of flaws thrown in at no extra cost.
Cubix: Robots For Everyone - Race 'N Robots
The 3DO Company will develop a PlayStation game based on the Cubix CGI television show.
Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse
In this third-person action game, players will play as a fallen angel who must defend the earth against Satan and his minions.
Might and Magic VI: The Mandate of Heaven
Might and Magic VI is a classically designed role-playing game that features both a huge gaming world and lots of attention to detail.
Uprising: Join or Die
Played from a first-person perspective, this frenetic game is unlike anything else in its genre.
High Heat Baseball 1999
Underneath High Heat's less-than-spectacular graphics engine lies a very impressive baseball game.
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.
Uprising 2: Lead and Destroy
While the changes to Uprising 2 are notable and (for the most part) positive, the game still manages to underwhelm because of some seemingly minor flaws.
Requiem: Avenging Angel
The pacing and story aren't as good as Half-Life's, but the character interaction and angelic powers elevate the game beyond many other shooters.
Army Men II
Overall, Army Men II is fun, but it's just not all that it could be.
High Heat Baseball 2000
High Heat Baseball 2000 is easily the worst baseball game to come out for the PlayStation this year.
Might and Magic VII: For Blood and Honor
A slightly improved Might and Magic is better than no Might and Magic at all.
Gulf War: Operation Desert Hammer
It's an arcade-style tank shooter that handles decently enough at first but winds up tripping over its treads after a while.
3DO Games: Decathlon
It's tough to create an exciting simulation of the decathlon.
While the plastic soldier theme might have been better served if it had played up the Toy Story angle a bit more, the end result is fun nonetheless.
Army Men 3D
With some major spit and polish, plus several more months of development time, Army Men 3D could've turned out a lot better.
Army Men: Air Attack
While it may not completely wash away the bad taste left by Army Men 3D and Army Men: Sarge's Heroes, Army Men: Air Attack is a fun little mission-based shooter ...
Army Men: Sarge's Heroes
The Dreamcast version of Army Men Sarge's Heroes is an engaging, albeit dated entry into the 3D action combat genre.
Army Men: World War
What you get with Army Men World War is a decent sequel to the original Army Men 3D, but one that's only barely superior.
There's just no need for a game like this on the PlayStation in 1997.
Make no mistake: BattleTanx's gameplay isn't the most complex in the world.
BattleTanx: Global Assault
Instead of playing to the PlayStation's abilities, this port tries to match the N64 version as much as it can, without improving the areas where it could exceed it.
This is the most addictive game I have played in years.
Crusaders of Might and Magic
Those looking for an engrossing RPG experience and a decent 3D adventure may want to check out Crusaders of Might and Magic.