Castlevania Requiem: Symphony of the Night & Rondo of Blood
2 Castlevania masterpieces available for the first time on PlayStation 4.
Metal Gear Survive
Metal Gear Survive picks up from the ending of METAL GEAR SOLID V: GROUND ZEROES, to an alternate timeline caused by unexplained wormholes forming in the sky.
Snake Pass is a physical action-puzzle game that sees the player slither, curl and climb their way through increasingly challenging worlds filled with evermore intricate obstacles and fiendishly mind-bending objectives.
Sports Island 3D
Sports Island 3D for the Nintendo 3DS includes 10 fun filled sports for players to experience.
Monster Force (1999)
Based on Universal Studios' classic film, Monsters, Konami's Monster Force puts gamers in control of pint-sized version of Dracula, Frankenstein, and The Wolfman.
ESPN Great Outdoor Games: Bass Fishing
The first of Konami's ESPN Great Outdoor Sports series is Bass Fishing - a hardcore fishing simulation that retains the look and feel of ESPN's broadcasts.
Pro Evolution Soccer 2002
The latest game in Konami's Winning Eleven series, which features the full FIFAPro license, will be released for the GameCube.
In this futuristic racing game, players will ride in a motorcycle gang equipped with souped-up bikes.
The Regiment is a first-person shooter that puts you in the role of a soldier in the British Special Air Service to participate in historically accurate counter-terrorism scenarios.
Age of Empires II: The Age of Kings
If you've ever liked any other real-time strategy game in this classical style, then you'll clearly see why this one deserves so much credit.
Disney/Pixar A Bug's Life
It is obvious that Disney was more interested in producing a $40 advertisement for its movie than in developing a playable game.
If you're interested in pulling some Tom Cruise-like maneuvers without any Kelly McGillis-style subplot, Air Force Delta will satisfy.
Bomberman is easily the most prolific character in video game history.
Bottom of the 9th (1996)
When it comes right down to it, there is little reason to buy this game.
Bottom of the 9th '99
Overall, Bottom of the Ninth is a fair baseball title. But when it comes to sports games, fair isn't what you're looking for.
If you are a Bruce Campbell fan, Broken Helix is worth the ticket price for his tough-guy histrionics alone.
C: The Contra Adventure
It's hard to believe that Konami would release yet another sorry game with the Contra name on it.
Let's just hope this doesn't mark the end of the 2D era of Castlevania games.
Castlevania: Legacy of Darkness
Complaints aside, Castlevania: Legacy of Darkness is exactly what it sets out to be: a better version of the original.
Castlevania: Symphony of the Night
Quite possibly the best 2D action side scroller ever.
Contra: Legacy of War
For those looking for a real game of Contra, break out the SNES and have at it.
There is nothing remotely scary about Crypt Killer - except the thought of spending money on this abomination.
Dance Dance Revolution (Japan)
If you liked Parappa, Bust A Groove, Beat Mania, or any of the other music-based games out there, and you don't mind working up a sweat while playing a game, ...
Dance Dance Revolution 2nd Mix
If you invest in one or two dancemats along with the game, Dance Dance Revolution is an amazingly fun game that you can play alone or in large groups, provided ...
DrumMania is just as much fun as the other games in the series, but it definitely has a steeper learning curve than any other game in the Bemani line.
The Final Round
While this may not be the best golf video game ever, it's easily one of the better offerings available on the Playstation.
While it can't compete with the graphics of Star Fox 64 or RayStorm, gameplay is what counts, and Gradius Gaiden delivers.
Gradius III and IV
Anyone looking for a solid side-scrolling shooter would do well to pick up this game.
Guitar Freaks is a game of remarkable order that no true collection can be complete without.