Midway's Greatest Arcade Hits Volume 1
If you're into classic arcade games, and you haven't already picked up this exact collection for the PlayStation or PC, this isn't a bad way to go.
ECW Anarchy Rulz
While Anarchy Rulz bears the ECW logo, the wrestling action is simply too low impact and refined for the likes of this brutal organization.
Who Wants to Beat Up a Millionaire
Who Wants to Beat Up a Millionaire is best reserved for those looking for a quick gag gift.
Namco Museum (2002)
This package contains the major hits that most fans are after.
Coaster Works is by no means a bad roller coaster simulator, but it's not an outstanding one either.
Disney's 102 Dalmatians: Puppies to the Rescue
Younger children will be delighted to be at the controls, but seasoned gamers will want to look elsewhere for a more polished and challenging experience.
Star Wars Episode I: Jedi Power Battles
Though not as ill-conceived or as badly carried out as its Episode I adventure-game kin, Jedi Power Battles still has enough problems to warrant it a game to be avoided.
Super Runabout: San Francisco Edition
Many games try to test your skill, but Super Runabout works to exercise your sense of frustration.
Spec Ops II: Omega Squad
Spec Ops: Omega Squad for the Dreamcast continues the substandard tradition of the series, and it is perhaps more flawed than any previous Spec Ops title.
IHRA DRag Racing
Because of all the game's problems, it seems likely that not many players will stick with it long enough to enjoy it.
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.
While those who are fans of the film might find some redeeming quality in Chicken Run, most should definitely avoid it.
If Sega's previous arcade light-gun games still hold appeal for you, this game may be right up your alley.
Nightmare Creatures II
Nightmare Creatures 2 fails miserably at its obvious attempt at creating a cross between Tomb Raider and Resident Evil.
Floigan Bros. Episode 1
Floigan Brothers has a distinct look and a clever concept, but these are its only strengths, and they aren't enough to support the rest of the game's numerous flaws.
While Time Stalkers' story is passable enough, its contradictory dungeon, battle, and experience system undermines any hope you may have had of enjoying this game.
Mortal Kombat Gold
Mortal Kombat Gold is sure to test even the biggest fan's faith in the line.
It seems silly to malign a game about the undead by calling it lifeless, but that's exactly Shadow Man's problem.
Aside from its amusing track design and decent customization elements, there really isn't anything much there in regard to actual compelling gameplay.
Dragonriders: Chronicles of Pern
Dragonriders is hardly a terrible game, but it has its share of issues and won't appeal to a large group of gamers.
World Series Baseball 2K1
One can't use high expectations to explain away all of WSB 2K1's flaws.