Shanghai: Dynasty may be the most ambitious of the computerized translations, integrating a wide array of significant enhancements into an already entertaining system
All in all, the developers really wasted Bruce Willis' talents and missed an opportunity to do something extremely cool.
If you're looking for a mech game where you can just plug in a disc and hit the battlefield, this ain't it.
Castrol Honda Superbike Racing
It isn't a horrible game, but other than offering a strong simulation aspect, there's not much there.
It takes only a few heart-racing laps to realize that this is more than just Ridge Racer with missiles.
Lode Runner 2
Lode Runner 2 is a welcome change from all those card and board game ports - not that I don't love a good board-game port, I just like a little ...
While the game may sport a spiffy set of tech specs, Rainbow Cotton's core gameplay is so flawed that it leaves the overall experience unsalvageable.
Tony Hawk's Pro Skater
It's one of those games that will keep you coming back long after you've mastered it.
Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2
As most major publishers' development efforts shift to any number of next-generation platforms, Tony Hawk 2 will likely stand as one of the last truly fantastic games to be released ...
Wu-Tang: Shaolin Style
With a different fighting engine behind it, this could have been a much, much better game.
X-Men: Mutant Academy
X-Men sticks close to the standard fighting game formula, and as a result, it manages to be fun for a short period of time.
Mat Hoffman's Pro BMX
The soundtrack rivals Wipeout XL for the title of best licensed soundtrack ever.
Supercar Street Challenge
Supercar Street Challenge demands an extraordinary suspension of belief to enjoy, even on the most rudimentary levels.
Warriors of Might and Magic
You get the impression that there's a decent game hidden here somewhere; it just exists under many layers of detritus.
Spider-Man: Mysterio's Menace
Spider-Man: Mysterio's Menace is seven full levels of original gameplay steeped in old-school trickery.
Shaun Palmer's Pro Snowboarder
While not without its flaws, the game capably brings the gameplay mechanics and general style of the Tony Hawk games to the mountain.
Spider-Man 2: Enter: Electro
Die-hard webheads will no doubt complete the game several times to unlock all the hidden costumes and comic book cover galleries.
Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 3
Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 3 strikes a perfect balance between new and old and renders the two previous entries in the series almost completely obsolete in the process.
X-Men: Mutant Academy 2
It may be rough around the edges, but it's currently the best Marvel Comics-inspired fighting game available on a Sony video game console.
Unfortunately, Rocky is completely spoiled by a few major problems.
Tetris Worlds offers several solid interpretations of the classic Russian mindbender, though there's little here that hasn't been seen before.
Savage Skies can be entertaining at times, so it's not bad. But its flaws generally outweigh its strengths.
Battle Hunter is an easy-to-learn, yet addictive, trek into dungeon-based treasure collecting and RPG-style character development.
Tom & Jerry in War of the Whiskers
Even though it doesn't stack up to other fighting games in terms of depth or polish, Tom and Jerry: War of the Whiskers is worthy of some respect.