Night Dive Studios Games
Under a Killing Moon
Under a Killing Moon is an excellently wrapped package with some less than compelling contents.
The 7th Guest
Trilobyte's The 7th Guest is set in a haunted mansion. You must investigate the disappearance of the house guests.
This party-based isometric RPG takes place in a monster-ridden medieval Germany where alchemy and popular beliefs have concrete effects.
Sin is for the first-person shooter fan who wants more of the same, done just a little different, but done right.
If you're without a PC or N64, pick up the PlayStation version without fear.
It seems silly to malign a game about the undead by calling it lifeless, but that's exactly Shadow Man's problem.
System Shock 2
System Shock 2 both retains the best attributes of its predecessor and provides a fresh experience in its own right.
The developers of 7th Legion forgot to include something in their game: strategy.
Strikingly original, Bad Mojo is a gritty, action-based exploration that sucks you in with great visuals, and keeps you playing with a poignant story.
Stylish, cinematic and creepily atmospheric, D would be a good example to show your friends of what 3-D graphics animators can do on the computer these days.
Deadlock: Planetary Conquest
If you've been looking for a solid title with replay value that keeps you coming back, Deadlock is definitely worth a look.
Deadlock II: Shrine Wars
Deadlock II is a perfect game for people who like galactic empire building but don't enjoy managing dozens of planets and star fleets.
All in all, if you dig the sheer delight of banging away with heavy artillery, this is the one for you.
This is a creepy game featuring tried-and-true adventure mechanics with entertaining twists and some truly disturbing full-motion video segments.
I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream
Computer gaming, and the graphic adventure genre in particular, may be in serious need of innovation, but this run-of-the-mill adventure doesn't provide it.
Despite its problems, fans of anime or mech games should find that Metal Fatigue is a fun, fast-paced real-time strategy game.
NAM strives to deliver the fun and intensity of a first-person action game and the realism of a simulation - and because of that indecision it ultimately fails on both ...
Though it is a better game from behind the wheel than on foot, individual scenarios often require switching modes at critical junctures.
It starts slow, but Slave Zero builds into a pretty strong shooter that's worth checking out for its guns, bosses, and multiplayer mode.
All in all, Starship Titanic is an enjoyable tribute to an older era of adventure gaming.
Strife: Trust no one
Strife is an action-packed blend of FPS action with RPG elements, featuring an original, engaging story and near-future/ modern setting, a unique distinctive visual style, and engaging gameplay.
Terra Nova: Strike Force Centauri
A breakthrough in outdoor 3-D action sims, Terra Nova gives mech games and flight sims something to aspire to.
Tex Murphy: Overseer
The big disappointment in Overseer is its puzzles - a real shame, given the fine plot and good acting.
The 11th Hour
Trilobyte has released a game that is somehow dated and innovative at the same time.
The Pandora Directive
The story is based on a novel by Aaron Connors, and turns out to be a surprisingly entertaining experience.