With addictive gameplay, numerous levels, and cute little rodents, 3D Lemmings is a must-buy.
Drakan: Order of the Flame
Drakan is clearly one of the better games in its class, even if it doesn't seem especially original.
Those who loved Tetrisphere will probably like Wetrix, and that those who hated Tetrisphere will probably like Wetrix as well.
Big Mountain 2000
The game may look dated and lack a backbone, but it is actually fun to play once you get into it.
Bigger, badder, and bloodier than the original, this sequel extends the carnage started in Doom.
When you get right down to it, Expendable is sheer, unadulterated shooting. Run through a bunch of levels, blow everything to bits, and try not to get shot.
It isn't perfect, but it still blows away the competition by a long shot.
Fighter Destiny 2
Fighter Destiny 2 is a sequel that rests solely on its predecessor's innovative gameplay mechanics and doesn't really offer anything new.
The sweat that the first Lemmings produced on your brow may not be there, but die-hard Lemmings fanatics may still get a kick out of this new edition.
Might and Magic VIII: Day of the Destroyer
Might and Magic VIII's old graphics engine, repetitive gameplay, bugs, and relative ease will be too much to overlook.
MRC: Multi-Racing Championship
The bottom line is that MRC doesn't move fast enough to give the illusion of speed, making gameplay dull.
This is the most popular sim of all time, cranked up to a high-tech gloss and packaged with all the popular expansion sets.
Star Fighter has plenty of problems - the biggest being the way it looks and flies.
Worms is an inexpensive game that offers an exciting strategy competition, a lot of laughs, and fantastic replay value.
Rally Challenge 2000
Rally Challenge 2000 is, at best, a marginal attempt to bring the excitement of off-road rally racing to the Nintendo 64.
Wild Wild Racing
Wild Wild Racing lacks any real punch and stands as the quintessential middle-of-the-road off-roading game.
Aqua Aqua for the PlayStation 2, the sequel to the critically acclaimed Wetrix for the Nintendo 64, is basically the same game released three years later, but it still represents ...