Take-Two Interactive Games
Spec Ops: Ranger Elite
The squad premise of the game serves only to throw a few meaningless options into an otherwise thin game.
KISS fans will be disappointed by the distinct lack of KISS, and pinball fans will be disappointed by the distinct lack of pinball.
The political wrapper that PopTop has built around the core of the game is sophisticated enough to appeal to all types of strategy game players.
Serious Sam: The First Encounter
It's a great looking, fun-filled game that has plenty of visceral thrills and absolutely, positively the biggest battles in any shooter to date.
While it may appeal to nostalgic Starcraft fans, there isn't anything in Outlive that isn't done much better in any number of recent games.
MoHo is an action arcade style game set on a futuristic world. You are a prisoner of the state forced to fight in gladiatorial events. The only way to win ...
With so many better supercross games on the market, many of them older and available at similar bargain-basement price points, Motocross Mania has no place in the market.
JetFighter IV: Fortress America
JetFighter IV is a good choice for those who favor action over realism and even for hard-core sim pilots who are looking for a change of pace.
The simplistic melee combat system combined with weak enemy artificial intelligence makes Rune an ultimately shallow and repetitious experience.
KISS: Psycho Circus
Instead of fixing any of Psycho Circus' problems, or adding some Dreamcast-only levels, the programmers at Tremor have actually removed some key features of the PC version.
Q-Ball: Billiards Master
Q-Ball Billiards Master has some things going for it in the gameplay department, and the graphics are certainly as good as, if not better than, any other console billiards game, ...
Even though it's not quite up to prevailing standards, Speedball 2100 still packs quite a bit of wallop.
Rollcage Stage II
The game may not have the lasting appeal of Psygnosis' Wipeout or Namco's Ridge Racer, but it has enough gameplay, eye candy, and bonus secrets to put it near the ...
Duke Nukem: Land of the Babes
While Duke's brand of '80s action-movie machismo may seem particularly antiquated, Land of the Babes shows that the hero's endurance hasn't completely run out yet.
Heavy Metal: F.A.K.K. 2
While it has some interesting sequences, and can be really enjoyable at times, more often F.A.K.K. 2 merely seems like the framework for a much better game.
If you look past a painfully weak back story and the painfully simple graphics, you'll find there is an enjoyable game to be played in Ball Breakers.
In the end, Action Bass is a solid arcade-style fishing game that the majority of armchair anglers will enjoy.
Those who loved Tetrisphere will probably like Wetrix, and that those who hated Tetrisphere will probably like Wetrix as well.
Darkstone essentially takes Diablo a few steps further, which can only be a good thing, right?
Grand Theft Auto 2
Even though the gameplay is largely the same as in the previous GTA, it's still a lot of fun.
Age of Wonders
Age of Wonders encompasses many facets of games that have preceded it, but it adds improvements of its own and is consequently a complex and highly evolved strategy game.
Its movie-like quick camera cuts make the game especially difficult to navigate, which makes Nocturne's incessant and clumsy action sequences even less enjoyable.
12 O'Clock High: Bombing the Reich
12 O'Clock High is a meticulously researched wargame that unfortunately doesn't add up.
Alexi Lalas International Soccer
Even the die-hard soccer fan will want to skip this one.
Battlecruiser 3000 A.D.
It will go down in legend as the most bug-ridden, unstable, unplayable pieces of software ever released.
What begins as an interesting tale of conspiracy and murder ends up a confused and confusing gore fest of the not-so-supernatural.
Callahan's Crosstime Saloon
Spider Robinson's tongue-in-cheek writing rarely elicits the laughter it deserves.
Codename Eagle is a short, linear, and really goofy game that's much more frustrating than it is interesting.
This limited method of play is similar to first-generation real-time strategy games.
Duke Nukem: Time to Kill
Duke Nukem: Time to Kill, places our boy in a Tomb Raider-style world, where players control him from a behind-the-back perspective as he runs, jumps, climbs, and flips switches much ...
Evel Knievel is all about precision - knowing when to tap what, how hard, and for how long is integral to making an enjoyable experience out of this game.
Formula One 99
Formula One 99 has great control and enough settings to keep any longtime fan of the Formula One series glued to the TV for quite some time.
Grand Theft Auto
If you're armed with weapons and a strong disrespect for authority, you might just want to take that Body Count song to heart and become a cop killer.
Hidden & Dangerous
Hidden and Dangerous for the Dreamcast does little to improve upon the same product presented for the PC.
In-Fisherman Bass Hunter 64
This game falls short of the mark and only makes you wonder how you could have liked fishing in the first place.
JetFighter III is a good game, if not a great sim, and that's good enough.
However it happened, Blam!'s pure intentions went chaotically awry, resulting in one of the worst PlayStation games in recent memory.
It features an engine chock-full of bells and whistles and gameplay that would feel right at home on a console.
It's irreverent and gruesome to say the least, not to mention a little disturbing.
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.