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Overcooked is a chaotic couch co-op cooking game for one to four players. Working as a team, you and your fellow chefs must prepare, cook, and serve up a variety ...
The Escapists: The Walking Dead
The Escapists The Walking Dead is a game where players will don the role of Rick Grimes to keep their fellow survivors safe and plan the perfect escape routes.
The Escapists is a prison break simulation that provides players the opportunity of experiencing a light-hearted insight into everyday prison life.
Foul Play is a side-scrolling brawler that rewards performance over pummeling.
Dungeon Siege III
Dungeon Siege 3 is an Action RPG that seamlessly blends intuitive fast-paced gameplay with a robust RPG system featuring a large selection of abilities.
Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days
Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days is the sequel to 2007's Kane & Lynch: Dead Men with a new story, visuals, and more disturbed criminals.
Order of War
Square Enix brings its first Western-developed World War II game to the PC.
Conflict: Denied Ops
Conflict: Denied Ops is a next-gen FPS set in volatile areas around the globe and features two player co-op.
Kane & Lynch: Dead Men
Kane & Lynch: Dead Men is a third person action game that features co-op play with squad tactics.
Stranglehold is a third-person action adventure game set in Hong Kong and Chicago, featuring film director John Woo and actor Chow Yun-Fat.
Adventure gaming in a twisted fantasy world where players have the choice to be evil... or really evil.
It has been two years, but Codemasters is bringing Colin McRae back to your living room.
Tomb Raider: Anniversary
Tomb Raider gets a special 10th Anniversary Edition using the engine created for Tomb Raider Legend, courtesy of Crystal Dynamics.
Little Britain: The Video Game
Little Britain The Video Game is based on the popular UK comedy series, and offers a variety of mini-games in the format of an episode from the TV show.
Outlaw Racers lets you race unrestricted around the city streets and highways, but watch out for cops!
Crashday brings you to a world where stunts and collisions are commonplace. As a driver in this racing game, you can challenge fellow racers in a variety of modes, build ...
Unreal Anthology contains the original Unreal with the Return to Na Pali expansion pack , Unreal Tournament GOTY edition, Unreal II, and UT2004 Editors Choice.
Zeus: Master of Olympus
Zeus is a major improvement for Impressions' line of city-building games, and it's a significant advancement for city-building games in general.
It's a testament to Startopia's fundamentally sound design and attractive presentation that you'll enjoy it despite the fact that, at times, it'll make you feel slightly alienated.
Desperados: Wanted Dead or Alive
The vivid and inviting setting in Desperados can't make up for some substantial gameplay flaws.
SWAT 3: Elite Edition
This enhanced version of SWAT 3 includes multiplayer support, new weapons, new levels, and more.
Blade of Darkness
It's got some problems and takes some time to get into, but should otherwise appeal to players who've enjoyed previous hack-and-slash action games, or like the idea of them.
SimCoaster dismisses the elegant design of its predecessor, and instead favors the often-overwhelming amount of management found in the original Theme Park.
Though it's worth considering that this game was essentially developed by a group of amateur designers, there are many first-person shooters available that are much more worthwhile.
Without exceptional gameplay or style, Steel Soldiers ends up as a fairly formulaic real-time strategy game.
Far Cry isn't just a stunning technical accomplishment. It's quite possibly the best single-player first-person shooter experience for the PC since Half-Life.
Fate of the Dragon
Unless the historical Chinese context interests you, you'll find that Fate of the Dragon is just another real-time strategy game with nothing really outstanding to recommend it.
Regardless of whether you've played other games like it, you'll find that Empire Earth is massive--more than most real-time strategy games would dare to be.
Operation Flashpoint: Cold War Crisis
The setting is perfect shooter material, and Operation Flashpoint does justice to it with complex gameplay coupled with a huge and truly memorable gameworld.
Republic: The Revolution
Overly linear missions and noninteractive 3D action get in the way of the deep political strategizing of Republic's later levels.
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.
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.
Worms World Party
Although it neither deviates from nor plays as well as the previous iterations of the series, Worms is still pretty fun.
If you don't care about the single-player game, if you have a high-speed Internet connection, and if you can find a good server, then Global Operations is great.
Hidden & Dangerous 2
There's a lot of entertainment to be found in this game, but you'll need to wade through a lot of problems to get to it.
Sid Meier's Civilization III
Civilization III is a triumphant proclamation that strategy gaming is alive and well and still able to keep you rooted in front of your computer for hours at a time.
Medal of Honor: Allied Assault
Medal of Honor represents the absolute best that action-packed, event-driven shooters have to offer.
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.
Even if they haven't seen the movie, after playing through this rather lengthy and involving game, survival horror fans will more than likely find that The Thing is one of ...
Interplay's Lotus Challenge for the PS2 will let you get behind the wheel of over 40 authentic Lotus sports cars.