Fallout is one of the best role-playing games to be released in several years.
Galleon: Islands of Mystery fails to live up to its incredibly lofty aspirations, but it does so in spectacular fashion.
Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance II
Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance II will surely satisfy players looking for a well-crafted, accessible action RPG experience.
Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel
It's basically a simple, mildly entertaining, and somewhat uneven quasi-futuristic dungeon crawl for one or two players.
Icewind Dale: The Ultimate Collection
This compilation includes Icewind Dale, Icewind Dale II, and Icewind Dale: Heart of Winter.
Lionheart: Legacy of the Crusader
If you've played and enjoyed earlier RPGs from Black Isle Studios, this one won't impress you, but at least it'll remind you of those great games.
Icewind Dale: The Collection
Icewind Dale: The Collection combines the original Icewind Dale with the Heart of Winter expansion. The Collection also includes a soundtrack disc and strategy guide.
RLH: Run Like Hell
Despite its lengthy development cycle, RLH still feels rushed and incomplete.
Though it's certainly not bad, Incoming Forces isn't likely to inspire much excitement in anyone.
Icewind Dale II
Like its predecessor, Icewind Dale II is simply a great role-playing game.
Hunter: The Reckoning
Hunter succeeds in delivering a very fun though short gaming experience, whether you're playing alone or with up to three friends.
Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance
Those with open minds for a new experience and a penchant for delightfully slicing their enemies apart will find that Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance definitely delivers.
This isometric 3D game was going to use the role-playing system created for the Fallout RPG series. However, its development was canceled.
Rubu Tribe combines elements of strategy, action, adventure, and exploration into its gameplay, as players assume the role of a tribe leader who must lead his followers to their sacred ...
Runabout 3 Neo Age
Runabout 3 takes place in New York City, and it features around 30 missions and several vehicles to choose from, including fire trucks and tanks.
Interplay plans to publish this seuqle to the controversial FPS that put you in the role of a street thug.
Interplay Entertainment has begun work on a massively multiplayer online role-playing game based on its postapocalyptic classic Fallout.
Bridge Deluxe II with Omar Sharif
I thought Bridge Deluxe II would be a great way to start learning bridge. It's not.
Fans of the Bust-A-Move puzzle series can look forward to more sleepless months with Natsume's release of Bust-A-Move 4.
Caesars Palace (1997)
Caesars Palace is an adequate adaptation of casino gambling.
The player spends a lot of time shuttling Casper through places he's already been, looking for the one doorway or vent he missed.
Conquest of the New World
Interplay has managed to combine top-notch graphics, sound, and gameplay with a detailed historical framework to create a title that is both addictive and entertaining.
Conquest of the New World Deluxe Edition
If you missed Conquest the first time around, don't miss it now.
The game puts you behind the wheel of an ammo-decked patrol car, motorcycle, or wing vehicle to fight crime and annihilate anything that gets in your way as you do ...
Cyberia 2: Resurrection
He may have been unconscious for three years, but Zak has not lost a step.
No exploding body parts or fireball-vomiting demons here--Descent puts an industrial spin on the genre by taking you into the bowels of huge factory-like space stations to fight mining robots ...
If you don't like Descent at least a little bit, make no mistake, there is something wrong with you.
Descent to Undermountain
How could the company that produced Fallout also be responsible for one of the lousiest games to come down the pike in quite a while?
Descent: Freespace - The Great War
It's a noble effort to both cannibalize the best elements of classics of the genre and also provide a number of refreshing innovations.
Die by the Sword
Die by the Sword goes well beyond its almost admirably typical premise to deliver a visually stunning, terribly challenging, and often awe-inspiring dungeon hack.
Despite Disruptor's lack of ambition, first-person shooter fans will enjoy its fast-paced action.
Draconus: Cult of the Wyrm
It's the kind of game that titles like Eidos' Deathtrap Dungeon and Universal's Xena: Warrior Princess should have been.
Dragon Lore II
Dragon Lore II is about as frustrating a gaming experience as I have encountered in recent years.
Dungeon Master II: The Legend of Skullkeep
Created very much with its ‘80s ancestor in mind, the fantasy world of Dungeon Master II is complete, well-structured...and slooooww.
Although it desperately clings to the precepts espoused by most real-time wargames, Earth 2140 shouldn't be quickly dismissed as just another Command & Conquer retread.
Earthworm Jim 1&2: The Whole Can 'O Worms
The combination of wacky sound effects and silly character renderings harksback to the twisted trailers of Tex Avery.
It's a third-person squad-based action shooter whose original design concept actually succeeds in adding to the overall quality of the game.