Assassin's Creed Valhalla
Become Eivor, a mighty Viking raider and lead your clan from the harsh shores of Norway to a new home amid the lush farmlands of ninth-century England. Explore a beautiful, ...
Beyond Good and Evil 2
After more than a decade, Ubisoft's beloved action/adventure Beyond Good and Evil is receiving a sequel that's years in the making itself.
Silent Hunter Online
Silent Hunter Online is a free-to-play browser-based multiplayer game from Ubisoft.
Skull and Bones
Competitive multiplayer spans the seas in this pirating action/adventure that looks to pit friends against with one another in the pursuit of gold.
Riven: The Sequel to Myst
It's a leisurely paced, all-encompassing, mentally challenging experience. If you enjoyed Myst, you'll thoroughly enjoy Riven.
Might and Magic VI: The Mandate of Heaven
Might and Magic VI is a classically designed role-playing game that features both a huge gaming world and lots of attention to detail.
Prince of Persia: Arabian Nights
It has two tragic flaws, and these problems are so overwhelming that the good parts seem wasted.
Chessmaster is still the only way to go if you're looking for a chess program.
Heroes of Might and Magic III
No doubt a port of the PC version, the Dreamcast version of Heroes of Might and Magic III is bound to deliver the Heroes formula to console strategy fans.
Speed Busters: American Highways
The track design is inventive, the illusion of speed is great, and overall the control is good.
Whatever else may be said about Quake II, one thing is certain: It is the only first-person shooter to render the original Quake entirely obsolete.
Although its driving mechanics aren't terribly sophisticated, it can be a lot of fun because it affords you that very freedom that all driving games should but rarely deliver.
Shadow Company: Left For Dead
It is a very good game marred by some very bad design decisions.
Seven Kingdoms II: The Fryhtan Wars
There's no question that Seven Kingdoms II is a richer, more fully realized game.
Casual Rayman fans will want to pass on this collection, while die-hards and aspiring level designers will have a good time.
Good looks and a fast pace don't add up to top-shelf gameplay, and Redline Racer falls a bit flat where it could have easily excelled.
EverQuest is the best game in its class. At the same time, it is loaded with problems.
Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Rogue Spear
Though Rogue Spear is in many ways a much better game than its similar predecessor, it too is not without a laundry list of problems.
Disney/Pixar A Bug's Life
It is obvious that Disney was more interested in producing a $40 advertisement for its movie than in developing a playable game.
Aliens Versus Predator
Where the game deviates from the norm, and succeeds beyond expectations, is in its rendering of three distinct viewpoints and its effective re-creation of the film series' unrelieved sense of ...
All Star Tennis 99
All Star Tennis 99's good-natured quirkiness is something of an afterthought to its middle-of-the-road gameplay.
In Arcatera you play an adventurer who comes to the town of Senora and finds that an evil cult called the Black Sun has taken hold of the town and ...
Armored Core 2
Thanks to a few errant gameplay quirks, Armored Core 2 doesn't quite reach console mech perfection.
Blaze & Blade: Eternal Quest
Blaze & Blade is a pointless PC conversion of a substandard console role-playing game.
Broken Sword: The Shadow of the Templars
Investigate a mysterious bombing and unravel a deep mystery in this point-and-click adventure.
Argonaut's Buck Bumble has the look and feel of a first generation Nintendo 64 game that missed its boat.
Die Hard Trilogy
The key to this collection is that each game soars to the top of its respective genre.