Eidos Interactive Games
This tactical naval game from the creators of Imperium Galactica III will recreate the naval battles of WWII and is backed by a detailed 3D graphics engine.
Paws & Claws: Pet School
Paws & Claws Pet School lets you build and run your own Pet School.
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire: Party Edition
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire: Party Edition brings the fun of the TV show to your living room, and will work with the PS2 quiz buzzers, pioneered by the ...
RACE: The WTCC Game
RACE - The official WTCC Game offers up a variety of racing game modes, including special events such as Race Weekends.
Bionicle Heroes, by the developers of LEGO Star Wars, brings more LEGO adventures to game consoles.
Tom and Jerry Tales
You can finally take part in the years-old struggle between the world's most famous cat and mouse wherever you please.
This action game from SCi will closely follow the events of the 1992 Quentin Tarantino movie of the same name.
Justice League Heroes
This action RPG's featured super heroes include Superman, Batman, The Flash, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, Martian Manhunter, and Zatanna.
Championship Manager 2007
With a new look and new skins, Championship Manager is coming back for 2007.
Eidos teams up with Swedish developer Avalanche Studios to bring you this action game.
Ford Bold Moves Street Racing
Ford racing fans can take to the streets in this title published by Empire Interactive.
MechAssault: Phantom War
MechAssault goes portable in Phantom War for the DS, with wireless multiplayer support.
Lara Croft's Poker Party
No one throws a poker party like treasure hunter Lara Croft. The sexy heroine from the Tomb Raider series takes a break from her archaeological adventures to throw down in ...
Urban Chaos: Riot Response
Urban Chaos: Riot Response is an action shooter starring Nick Mason, an ex-US marine and part of T-Zero, the elite counter-gang unit.
Stacked with Daniel Negreanu
In Stacked, you can receive instruction from and play against Texas Hold 'em poker champions.
This action game from Rebellion is based on the character from its 2000 AD comic.
Tomb Raider: Legend
Tomb Raider: Legend follows the action-packed adventures of Lara Croft.
Commandos Strike Force
A World War II themed FPS, Commandos Strike Force features three different characters, each with their own specific abilities and skills.
Top Trumps: Doctor Who
Eidos creates a virtual version of the card game populated by the weird denizens of Dr. Who.
Freedom Fighters 2
Io is currently working on a sequal to its critically acclaimed third-person squad-based shooter.
Undercover: Dual Motives
Undercover: Dual Motives is a prequel to the PC gam Wintersun, in which players relive the early days of physicist and reluctant spy Dr. John Russell.
Inspired by the film and television series, this game follows a 2,000-year-old swordsman as he fights rival immortals in modern-day New York City.
This is a remake of the classic hack-and-slash arcade game, Gauntlet, with voice communications, 40 maps, and a choice of four characters.
Championship Manager 2009
Championship Manager 2009 was cancelled, with development rolled over to Championship Manager 2010.
Akuji the Heartless
It's over a little too quickly to recommend Akuji for purchase, but it's well worth the money and time it'd take to rent it.
Anachronox is a solid addition to the genre and makes up for some rough spots with a welcome sense of humor and a lot of personality.
Big Red Racing
A racing sim it's not, but arcade fans should get a real kick out of it.
Despite its intriguing premise, Braveheart's assorted play mechanics coexist about as peacefully as the Scottish clans depicted in the game.
In light of its boundless problems, the scarce pluses only add insult to injury
Saturn owners may want to rent CrimeWave before investing in the game outright - it's fun, but barely above average
Cutthroats: Terror on the High Seas
It feels more like an accounting class than a life of swashbuckling and freebooting.
John Romero's Daikatana
Kemco transforms a reviled PC game into a highly playable Game Boy Color game.
Dragon Warrior Monsters
If you've already "caught 'em all," and you're looking for a game to tide you over until Pokemon Gold and Silver are released near the end of the year, Dragon ...
Duke Nukem 3D
The ballots have been cast and the verdict has arrived: The Duke is A-#1.
Duke Nukem 3D: Atomic Edition
Duke Nukem Atomic is a heck of a fun addition to the original episodes.
F1 World Grand Prix: 1999 Season
The frame rate problem and lackluster sounds are not enough to mar what is otherwise an excellent racing sim.
There are so many twists and turns in the plot that you want to continually play just a little further and the storyline's mature tone is refreshing, enough so that ...
Unfortunately, the game starts strong, but becomes an exercise in futility on or around the second level.
Fighting Force 2
Fighting Force 2 takes the same basic beat-'em-up ethic and melds it with a pinch of Lara Croftian camera work and a smidgen of Metal Gear-esque espionage.
Final Fantasy VIII
Cast all fears aside: the latest Final Fantasy is the greatest game ever to bear the name.
Gex 3: Deep Cover Gecko
Like Gary Coleman in Diff'rent Strokes, Gex is having a tough time showing off his range.
Gex 3: Deep Pocket Gecko
Fans of the genre or those who want to pick up a decent game that will keep them coming back for more won't be disappointed.
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.
The Incredible Hulk: The Pantheon Saga
This game is seriously bad right across the board.
Joint Strike Fighter
JSF is mighty fun and points toward a promising future for Innerloop.
The painfully obvious conclusion is that this game simply does not provide enough variety (or fun) to keep you entertained.
Machine Hunter still can't compete with the majority of games out there.