Operation Steel Tide
This arcade-style World War II submarine game lets players undertake a series of missions set in the Pacific Ocean.
This arcade-style shooter lets players defend the American fleet from Japanese attacks during World War II.
Dragon Ball Z: Budokai
Fighting game aficionados won't find a terribly deep gameplay system in Budokai, but series fans will be pleased to know that it captures the essence of Dragon Ball Z.
Superman: The Man of Steel
The repetitive mission structure will more than likely deter all but the Superman faithful.
There are better traditional fighting games out there that will probably spend more time in your GBA than this one--but Godzilla, Mothra, and King Ghidorah aren't in those games.
NASCAR: Dirt to Daytona
Dirt to Daytona is a sound NASCAR simulation with one of the most robust career modes of any driving game to date.
Deadly Dozen: Pacific Theater
It may be a little rough around the edges, but it's both exciting and technically impressive enough to stand up to its full-priced competition.
Dungeons & Dragons: Eye of the Beholder
The game has a decidedly dated and awkward feel to it, though GBA owners who are also D&D fans will find some redeeming qualities.
Nickelodeon Party Blast
The Nicktoons characters go to battle in this party game from Infogrames. As one of eight characters (including Jimmy Neutron, Angelica Pickles, and Eliza Thornberry) you can battle your friends ...
The rules play faster and 3D environments fill the center of the board in this update to the classic Monopoly game.
Wheel of Fortune 2003
It's a faithful and occasionally challenging adaptation of the game show, though it's doubtful that many players will get excited about winning imaginary money and prizes.
Driver 2 Advance
It's astonishing just how much Driver 2 Advance looks, feels, and plays like the PlayStation version of Driver 2.
Backyard Hockey is a GBA hockey game in the kid-friendly and humorous Backyard Sports style.
RollerCoaster Tycoon 2
Newcomers will likely find RollerCoaster Tycoon 2 enjoyable, but if you were a fan of the original, you'll probably have a hard time believing that you waited so long for ...
Zapper delivers challenging action puzzle gameplay in a colorful, upbeat setting.
Mission: Impossible (1998)
Mission: Impossible's main problems stem from its inconsistency from level to level.
Mission: Impossible seems geared to those hard-core gamers out there who have both the time and the patience to spend replaying level after level until they've finished the game.
Need for Speed: V-Rally
V-Rally has nothing in common with the previous NFS games.
The Next Tetris
I'd recommend this game to anyone looking for a new Tetris fix - it's definitely different enough from the other versions to warrant a purchase.
While by no means a perfect product, NGEN does a good job of establishing an aspect of the racing genre that will obviously see many reinterpretations -here's to it being ...
O.D.T.: Escape... Or Die Trying
ODT is an effort to capture Tomb Raider-style gameplay in a futuristic setting.
Oddworld: Abe's Exoddus
If you hated the first one, it's likely because of the lack of save points, so you should definitely consider giving this series another try.
Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee
Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee is a very smart game with great puzzles, yet there's not enough variety in those puzzles to keep it completely entertaining throughout.
Pen Pen TriIcelon
The game, as a whole, is a little too simplistic to hold the interest of most players, eventually relegating Pen Pen TriIcelon to the "especially good for younger players" category.
PGA European Tour
Dated graphics, gameplay flaws, and meager extras all conspire to bring down an otherwise average golf game.
Silver is simplified by the removal or retooling of much of the complex stat-based baggage of its console RPG brethren.
This is the most popular sim of all time, cranked up to a high-tech gloss and packaged with all the popular expansion sets.
It starts slow, but Slave Zero builds into a pretty strong shooter that's worth checking out for its guns, bosses, and multiplayer mode.
The Smurfs' Nightmare
There are inevitably going to be a dozen or so average platformers in your Game Boy collection, one of them might as well be this.
The Smurfs (1999)
The Smurfs is a PAL-only release, but it offers multiple languages to allow it to be played in different regions. It is a 2D platforming game based on the cartoon ...
Starshot: Space Circus Fever
For every thrill it offers in innovative gameplay, it stinks up the fun with graphics and control glitches.
Striker Pro 2000
With so much competition on the PS it's tough to recommend Striker Pro 2000 over FIFA or ISS.
TechnoMage: Return of Eternity
German developer Sunflowers' first PlayStation game will be an epic action-RPG featuring several large worlds, intriguing characters, and a host of monsters.
Test Drive 6
TD6's mock-serious approach to arcade-style racing should warrant nothing more than a rental.
Test Drive: Cycles
In all, what really makes Cycles a good game is the balance of arcade-style gameplay and a lengthy championship mode.
Test Drive Le Mans
If you're a racing game fan, you really owe it to yourself to give Le Mans a try.