Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell
One of the most popular, most successful, and best-looking games for Microsoft's Xbox is now on the PS2, and in certain ways it's better than the original.
Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX 3
The game just feels like a BMX video game on a handheld system ought to feel--like a miniaturized version of its console cousin without any compromises or cutbacks.
Metroid fans should absolutely get it, as should anyone willing to trade off some quantity for some serious quality in their gaming time.
Golden Sun: The Lost Age
Golden Sun: The Lost Age is an excellent follow-up to the original Golden Sun.
Mega Man Zero 2
The difficulty will discourage many players, but Mega Man Zero 2 belongs in the collection of anyone who considers themselves an aficionado of action games.
Wing Commander: Prophecy
The new design team has shifted the emphasis from screenplay to gameplay, and the result is an engaging, but somewhat different, Wing Commander experience.
Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow
Aria of Sorrow will be familiar territory for fans of this long-standing series, but they'll love it anyway, and so will anyone looking for a great GBA action game.
Bigger, badder, and bloodier than the original, this sequel extends the carnage started in Doom.
Final Fantasy V
Return to the classic medieval tale of magic, monsters and friendship with Final Fantasy V.
Mega Man Battle Network 3
If you've never navigated a Battle Network before, the third installment in the sharp collect-and-battle series is a great place to start.
Konami Collector's Series: Arcade Advanced
The ability to play as Chain, Buchu, Star, Blues, and the rest of the Yie Ar Kung-Fu gang is enough on its own to make this cart a must-have.
Mario Tennis: Power Tour
Once again, Nintendo has taken a sport that not everyone likes and has transformed it into a fun-filled game that's suitable for any player of any age.
Metroid: Zero Mission
The entire presentation and the gameplay itself are totally first-rate in Metroid: Zero Mission. You'll just wish that there were more meat to the game.
Racing Gears Advance
Get ready for fast-paced racing action on your Game Boy Advance. Racing Gears Advance lets you choose from 12 officially licensed supercars from manufacturers including Dodge, Lotus, Chevy, Mitsubishi, and ...
Mega Man Battle Network 2
Mega Man Battle Network 2 retains the spirit of the Mega Man series and polishes the innovative gem that was the previous game even further.
Harvest Moon: Friends of Mineral Town
Harvest Moon: Friends of Mineral Town packages farming, fishing, cooking, and dating together into a single satisfying game.
Spider-Man: Mysterio's Menace
Spider-Man: Mysterio's Menace is seven full levels of original gameplay steeped in old-school trickery.
The King of Fighters EX2: Howling Blood
King of Fighters EX2 sets a new standard for one-on-one fighting games on the GBA.
Pokemon FireRed / LeafGreen Version
Both new and long-time Pokémon players will find in FireRed and LeafGreen a lengthy and involving role-playing adventure.
Final Fight One
Final Fight represents straightforward arcade brawling at its absolute best. That the entire arcade game now fits in your pocket is quite frankly insane.
Midnight Club: Street Racing
Midnight Club: Street Racing takes the basic concepts and modes that made Midtown Madness so much fun and adds to it more hidden vehicles and a rudimentary plotline.