KISS Ltd. Games
Glacier 3 The Meltdown
Glacier 3 The Meltdown lets player compete in the illegal Glacier Races.
Fly one of four models of the Platypus fighter through a landscape of molded clay and team up with friends in a cooperative mode.
Special Forces: Nemesis Strike
Join the fight against global counterterrorism. In Nemesis Strike, you'll guide a team of two agents--Stealth Owl and Raptor--as they cross into enemy territory.
Guilty Gear Isuka
While many fighting games this year have gone online, Guilty Gear Isuka takes a step back and to the side with its awkward multicharacter fighting system.
Guilty Gear X2 #Reload
Guilty Gear XX #Reload features a number of tweaks and one new character.
Street Racing Syndicate
SRS tries to deliver an authentic street racing experience, but really only delivers an unexciting series of races.
Marine Sharpshooter II: Jungle Warfare
Marine Sharpshooter II: Jungle Warfare is better than Marine Sharpshooter, but it's still not good.
If you're hell-bent on seeing a bunch of explosions, you'll find some things to like about Desert Thunder. If you're looking for anything more substantial, look elsewhere.
Nosferatu: The Wrath of Malachi
It's hard not to be won over by Nosferatu's uncanny atmosphere, especially if you're a horror fan looking for something suitably spooky.
Though it's certainly not bad, Incoming Forces isn't likely to inspire much excitement in anyone.
Gun Metal is a fast-paced, arcade-style action game in which you pilot a mech that can transform into a jet.
Having to jump around from plane to plane gives Eurofighter Typhoon a scattered feel in which you're fighting timing rather than flying missions.
Without exceptional gameplay or style, Steel Soldiers ends up as a fairly formulaic real-time strategy game.
Hostile Waters: Antaeus Rising
In spite of its lack of multiplayer support, even the most jaded real-time strategy player will find something fresh and exciting in Hostile Waters.
Soulbringer's lackluster graphics and poor interface compromise what's otherwise a fairly standard action/role-playing game with an interesting combat system.
For those of you who have always considered strategy games a trifle dry for your tastes, I give you Z, the alcoholic, head-banging, gap-toothed, punch-drunk, inbred cousin of Command & ...
If you're looking for an adventure game that'll deliver your money's worth, you ought to check this one out.