Monkey Turn V
Monkey Turn V is a jet-ski racing game based on the manga of the same name.
The classic anime and manga series is now a 3D action game in Japan, courtesy of Bandai.
Galactic Wrestling: Featuring Ultimate Muscle
On its own merits, Galactic Wrestling is a solid grappler. But anyone hoping for a step forward from the first Ultimate Muscle game is going to be a bit disappointed.
Dragon Ball Z: Supersonic Warriors
DBZ: Supersonic Warriors accurately captures the look and feel of the TV show, but the big surprise is that it's also fun to play.
Gunslinger Girl Volume II
Gunslinger Girl Vol. 2 is based on a popular anime series in Japan, in which assassins hunt down an amnesic woman.
Ribbit King introduces the sport of "Frolfing," or golfing with frogs.
A Ninja's Tale
A Ninja's Tale could have been a sleeper. Unfortunately, though, it feels decidedly unfinished.
Kaiketsu Zorori: Mezase! Itazura King
This EyeToy game is based on the popular Japanese game of the same name.
Gunslinger Girl Volume I
Based on the anime series, Gunslinger Girls follows the adventures of girls who were brainwashed and trained to become professional assassins.
Gundam 3D Operation
Bandai's giant robots clash in this fully 3D third-person fighting game.
Mobile Suit Gundam: The Ace Pilot
This 3D action shooter is based on the original Gundam and the one-year war backstory, which kicked off the epic anime series.
One Piece: Going Baseball - Kaizoku Yakyuu
Going Baseball is a portable baseball game based on the popular anime series One Piece. The game includes a special "just timing system" that allows you to execute powerful moves.
SD Gundam G Generation Seed
The latest Gundam game lets games organize mechs in a "Generation" mode and fight them in a "Seed" mode.
Lupin the 3rd: Treasure of the Sorcerer King
Like many games based on popular licenses, Lupin the Third simply doesn't hold up when you break down its abilities as an actual game.
Mobile Suit Gundam Seed
Engage in intense mech combat using the unique touchscreen display of the Nintendo DS system.
Cowboy Bebop: Tsuioku no Serenade
This action-adventure game is based on the popular anime series and will allow you to play as Spike, Jet, or Faye.
You Don't Know Jack: Sports
I'm pleased to report that they've truly hit the long ball once again.
You Don't Know Jack: Movies
In addition to creating a plethora of wacky questions pertaining to film, the producers have also given this version a movie motif.
You Don't Know Jack: Volume 4 - The Ride
Arguably the best You Don't Know Jack since the original.
After Dark Games
Unless you have an enormous crush on Hula Girl, you can do better elsewhere.
Bass Rise makes for an amusing diversion best suited for casual fishing fans who generally play for no longer than an hour per sitting.
Catch criminals by chasing them and ramming their cars off the road in Chase H.Q.
The game is flawed on so many levels that only the most dedicated survival-horror fan might get some enjoyment out of it.
Billy and Jimmy Lee take to the streets in this classic arcade side-scroller.
Dragon Ball GT: Final Bout
Dragon Ball Final Bout is a poor excuse for a fighting game.
Gex: Enter the Gecko
While the game is technically proficient, the unbelievably lame speech and camera problems make Gex: Enter the Gecko a frustrating title at best.
Gundam Side Story 0079: Rise from the Ashes
One has to wonder why we should give a crap about sub-Gundam machinery like the GM.
Gundam: The Battle Master
If you've absolutely got to have an import fighting game, get Tobal 2.
Macross Digital Mission VF-X
Macross VF-X ultimately fails to capture the emotion, the excitement, and the sheer visual splendor of its source material.
Mobile Suit Z-Gundam
The Gundam series has spawned yet another game. This time around it's a third-person robot shooter that takes a few pages from Sega's Virtual On.
Neon Genesis Evangelion
If you are an Evangelion fan and you already have the videos and an N64, then this game is probably for you. But be forewarned - it's for no one ...
Pandemonium doesn't have what it takes to contend with the latest 3-D action games, like Crash Bandicoot and Tomb Raider.
Power Rangers Zeo: Full Tilt Battle Pinball
The game is addictive enough to almost make up for the silly theme.
While the two-player mode could use some help and is more of a throwaway feature, the single-player mode is worth every penny.
Experienced players will breeze through the game in less than five hours, almost never having to push the limits of their gaming prowess.