The classic super squirrel character that first appeared on the SNES is now heading to the GBA.
This family-friendly game lets players build their own championship basketball team, set the positions, and call the plays.
Combat is a decent arcade-style shooter that should at least temporarily please newbies and anyone with an itchy trigger finger.
Transworld Surf is one of the best action sports titles in the Xbox launch lineup.
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.
Splashdown is a good racing game that--with a few tweaks-- could have easily been one of the greatest.
Dig Dug Deeper
Dig Dug Deeper's lack of difficulty, levels, and extra features make it difficult to recommend to even the most ardent fan.
Power Spike Pro Beach Volleyball
Power Spike Pro Beach Volleyball makes a good attempt, but its inconsistencies and shoddy control detract from the overall experience.
Monopoly Tycoon uses the popular board game as the base on which to build a strong and innovative, and great-looking, real-time game of business management and city building.
The Ring: Terror's Realm
Die-hard survival-horror fans might possibly get a quick fix from this game, but even that's questionable.
Asterix: Search for Dogmatix
IMPORT: Asterix: The Search for Dogmatix is one of the better combinations of platformer and plot to come out in recent years.
Namco Museum (2002)
This package contains the major hits that most fans are after.
Looney Tunes Collector: Alert!
Infogrames' Looney Tunes Collector: Alert! may not be Pokémon, but it's a finely polished puzzle-quest action-RPG nonetheless.
Pac-Man: Adventures in Time
Adventures in Time is an attempt to bring Pac-Man back to his roots, but with surprisingly solid 3D graphics, good level design, and a few new gameplay features.
If you're in the mood for a game where each event is reasonably well designed and integrated into a greater, meatier whole, then Infogrames' Xtreme Sports should prove satisfying.
Moto Racer World Tour
If you enjoyed the first two Moto Racer titles, the third one is shaping up to be more of the same, only better, flashier, more detailed, and more varied.
Motor Mayhem: Vehicular Combat League
Motor Mayhem is different enough that it will appeal to those gamers who have an interest in the car-combat genre or aren't excited about the new turn for the morbid ...
Spirit of Speed 1937
One could go on for hours ripping this game apart, harping on its intolerable load times, useless physics engine, or haphazard AI, but it all boils down to one inescapable ...
Desperados: Wanted Dead or Alive
The vivid and inviting setting in Desperados can't make up for some substantial gameplay flaws.
Animorphs: Shattered Reality
If there's a silver lining to Animorphs: Shattered Reality, it's that it would make an excellent game for children who aren't yet old enough to tackle the meatier fare of ...
Looney Tunes: Space Race
Space Race probably wasn't the best game to port to the PS2 untouched, though Looney Tunes fans ought to give it a look.
On its own terms, Enforcer is a fast-paced and rather fun shooter, though it'll prove too easy for veteran players.
Infogrames' V-Rally 2 includes 16 officially licensed rally cars with more realistic physics.
Real Pool offers most of the same elements as Q-Ball Billiards Master, but it goes about it in a bare-bones way.
Looney Tunes Racing
Looney Tunes Racing has a way to go before it can stack up to the big boys.
Bugs Bunny & Taz: Time Busters
Bugs & Taz: Time Busters does an excellent job of capturing the humor and personality that the Looney Tunes franchise embodies.
B-17 Flying Fortress: The Mighty 8th
This ambitious game actually isn't so much a flight simulation as it is a role-playing game that takes place aboard a bomber.
Gundam: Battle Assault
Gundam Battle Assault isn't a good enough game to live on its own - the fighting is competent, but hardly compelling for any length of time, and the story mode ...
Battleship: Surface Thunder
Whereas Hasbro's previous game tried to improve upon the board game, Surface Thunder has a very different approach: It's a simplistic 3D arcade shooter.
Test Drive Off-Road Wide Open
Despite its rather humdrum graphics and sound, it manages to provide a thrilling experience for the first several hours.