Killer Loop has enough differences to give it its own identity, ruining perfectly good lines such as "Wipeout done by a cover band."
18 Wheeler: American Pro Trucker
18 Wheeler would be easier to recommend as a budget title; with a price comparable to more lasting games, however, it's probably best left as a rental.
WWF Royal Rumble
If you're expecting SmackDown! with better graphics and more modes, you'll be disappointed by Royal Rumble's tightly focused gameplay.
Ms. Pac-Man Maze Madness
While Maze Madness may be overly easy for experienced gamers, the younger crowd and inexperienced gamers should have loads of fun with the game.
Alone in the Dark: The New Nightmare
It's a clumsy port, but what's even more disappointing is that it's a clumsy port of only a middling console game.
Super Magnetic Neo
Despite its few frustrating control issues, Neo is a surprisingly polished product.
Bang! Gunship Elite
You'll spend the majority of your time shooting throngs of enemy ships until you get so used to it you just want to stop playing.
While it may disappoint dyed-in-the-wool Resident Evil fans, Dreamcast newcomers looking for an adventure fix on their new machine should be pleased.
While still fun in head-to-head situations, the few added features can't mask the fact that NBA Hoopz is basically the same exact game as last year's NBA Showtime.
Maximum Pool's interface can prove to be very cumbersome, but if you can learn to tolerate how it plays, it's a great deal.
Test Drive Off-Road 3
Test Drive: Off-Road 3 suffers from too many issues for it to warrant anything more than a passing glance.
Carrier isn't an awful game, and it really does manage to grow on you after a while, but it definitely has problems.
Boarder Zone has many good qualities, but you'll find yourself going through all the game has to offer too quickly.
Red Dog: Superior Firepower
If you're the kind of person who loves challenging tank games or happens to have a few trigger-happy friends, the game takes on a life of its own.
Treasure Strike is a fun multiplayer game, but if you're a solo gamer, be warned that it's not too exciting.
Gundam Side Story 0079: Rise from the Ashes
One has to wonder why we should give a crap about sub-Gundam machinery like the GM.
This game falls directly into the perfect-for-a-rental category, and it ultimately proves that you need more than great graphics to make a great game.
Chaos Field is O3 Entertainment's adaptation of the space-shooting Japanese arcade hit of the same name. The game includes three characters, five levels, and multiple weapons to assist you in ...
Kenji Eno has created one of the most engaging stories of all time and given it support in every way possible, except the one that matters most: gameplay.
Star Wars: Super Bombad Racing
The game introduces a few clever concepts, but its length and the gameplay flaws significantly limit the game.
Super Street Fighter II X for Matching Service
IMPORT: The game is definitely close to arcade-perfect, but when you consider the game's age and its place in the Street Fighter universe, the resulting product isn't terribly impressive.
It's better than the wrestling games to come before it, but WWF Attitude still doesn't quite get the job done.
Mr. Driller is a cute and quirky puzzler that lacks the variety to make it a long-term contender for your attention like a Puzzle Fighter or Tetris would. At a ...