Virgin Interactive Games
Interplay's Lotus Challenge for the PS2 will let you get behind the wheel of over 40 authentic Lotus sports cars.
This real-time role-playing game is set in a medieval fantasy world filled with dungeons, dark forests, and hordes of dangerous creatures.
Icewind Dale: The Collection
Icewind Dale: The Collection combines the original Icewind Dale with the Heart of Winter expansion. The Collection also includes a soundtrack disc and strategy guide.
Resident Evil Gaiden
Resident Evil Gaiden doesn't inspire the same level of interest that the other games in the franchise do.
Jimmy White's Cueball World
This cueball sports simulation features accurate ball physics and a number of realistic environments.
If you're the type of driver who feels comfortable with digital acceleration and braking, there's no question that Virgin's latest off-road racer has a lot to offer.
While real-time strategy games have generally advanced far beyond 1995, Original War has actually regressed.
Aside from a few novelty options, Codename: Outbreak is an uninspired first-person shooter that really doesn't stack up against the glut of similar games currently out on the market.
Magic & Mayhem: The Art of Magic
The Art of Magic is an interesting game whose every strength seems to be hurt by a related weakness.
Aside from its amusing track design and decent customization elements, there really isn't anything much there in regard to actual compelling gameplay.
Fast Food Tycoon 2
This game will let players manage a small pizza parlor and try to expand the business into a fast food empire.
Guilty Gear X
Guilty Gear X runs on the NAOMI arcade board, and it could well be the most beautiful 2D fighter yet, with its feature high-resolution character sprites and backgrounds.
Star Trek Starfleet Command: Orion Pirates
Orion Pirates has an impressive amount of content for a stand-alone expansion, so it's great for new players.
Bloody Roar 3
The game is visually keen, and its pacing is marvelous, but its fighting system is remarkably slim, emphasizing one-button combos and nearly instant-kill supers.
Originally designed for the Naomi hardware in arcades, the Dreamcast version looks virtually identical to its coin-op counterpart.
Some of the gameplay concepts are solid and even fairly entertaining, but since they never quite gel, Gunlok is ultimately less than the sum of its parts.
This Paradox-developed fighter was originally scheduled to be published by Virgin, but it was eventually canceled.
This space piracy game features both space combat and first-person shooting, and it is built on the Unreal Warfare engine.
Falcone: Into the Maelstrom
Falcone: Into the Maelstrom combines elements of space shooters with those of a first-person shooter
Command & Conquer
Overall Command & Conquer is a great strategy game and easily the best available on the PlayStation.
Screamer shuns the pit stops, personnel moves, and car equipment upgrades that have become familiar to racing fans in favor of colorful, straightforward, hard-driving action.
It's a video game, it's a cartoon, it's a toy, it's a lunch box, and now it's a PC CD-ROM game.
Star Wars: Dark Forces
To its credit, Dark Forces is a good game that doesn't "play itself" like the Rebel Assault games do.
Man of War
The developers were headed in the right direction, but in the end they fail on both fronts.
Star Trek: Starfleet Command
Starfleet Command is undoubtedly the best combat-oriented Trek game yet.
It improves in almost every conceivable way on its predecessors and reestablishes the series as the premier example of the play style it single-handedly pioneered.
Messiah is relatively short, and the memorable set pieces are interrupted by too many uninspired jumping puzzles.
Heart of Darkness
Heart of Darkness is the latest platform/puzzle game from the creators of Out of this World and Flashback.
Baldur's Gate largely manages to meet, and even surpass, gamers' high expectations for this ambitious game.
Magic & Mayhem
The game features an excellent and robust spell system, but gameplay itself is chaotic, messy, and simple to a fault.
Agile Warrior F-111X
Not-so-exciting gameplay, not-so-absorbing missions, and not-so-hot graphics...
While the plastic soldier theme might have been better served if it had played up the Toy Story angle a bit more, the end result is fun nonetheless.
Blade Runner is an interesting mood piece, but somewhere along the production line, someone forgot to include a game.
Bloody Roar II
Bloody Roar 2 is a marginal improvement that still suffers from second-best status due to the exclusion of integral gameplay elements that should never have been messed with.
Blues Brothers 2000
The 3D-action category is a competitive one on the Nintendo 64, and Blues Brothers lacks any special features that would make it noteworthy.
Bomberman Fantasy Race
Since Bomberman has long been known to play with fire and explosives, it was really just a matter of time before he added the track to his long list of ...
Broken Sword: The Shadow of the Templars
Investigate a mysterious bombing and unravel a deep mystery in this point-and-click adventure.
Broken Sword: The Smoking Mirror
It's Circle of Blood with new characters, a new storyline, and a new threat to world harmony.
Command & Conquer: Red Alert
There are new weapons, enemies, and levels, but the game engine and basic play are essentially the same.
Command & Conquer: Red Alert - Retaliation
The game could have been better adapted for the console set, perhaps even by adding in a few basic search-and-destroy missions in the start.