While the game isn't especially amazing to look at or play, City Crisis scores points for originality.
Tyco R/C: Assault with a Battery
Tyco RC stacks up well against the competition, but doesn't add any major innovations to the formula established by RC Revenge.
The basic rule is drive fast and furious, and most of all, don't get caught.
Midnight Club: Street Racing
Midnight Club: Street Racing takes the basic concepts and modes that made Midtown Madness so much fun and adds to it more hidden vehicles and a rudimentary plotline.
Even though it's not quite up to prevailing standards, Speedball 2100 still packs quite a bit of wallop.
In the end, Action Bass is a solid arcade-style fishing game that the majority of armchair anglers will enjoy.
Looney Tunes Collector: Alert!
Infogrames' Looney Tunes Collector: Alert! may not be Pokémon, but it's a finely polished puzzle-quest action-RPG nonetheless.
Vigilante 8: 2nd Offense
If only a few more tunes could've been included in V8SO, the audio side could be considered flawless.
Even if movie-license games turn you off, this game is an exception and worth taking a look at.
Pro Pinball: Big Race USA
Even if you're not well steeped in the world of video pinball, the game's $9.99 price makes it well worth checking out.
Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six
What originally was intended for the PC has come to the PlayStation - with mixed results.