Grand Theft Auto 2
Even though the gameplay is largely the same as in the previous GTA, it's still a lot of fun.
Commander Keen (2001)
Commander Keen was always better suited to a platform where instant save games could make up for its frantic gameplay and cranked difficulty.
Ghosts 'n Goblins
Adventure through a land of monsters and demons to rescue a kidnapped princess from the fiendish Astaroth.
The player spends a lot of time shuttling Casper through places he's already been, looking for the one doorway or vent he missed.
Your enjoyment of Portal Runner depends wholly on your tolerance for both straight-up, albeit slightly watered-down, 3D platform-adventure gameplay.
Force 21 isn't a realistic wargame depicted in lifelike 3D, but rather just a game about war.
Test Drive Le Mans
If you're a racing game fan, you really owe it to yourself to give Le Mans a try.
Razor Freestyle Scooter
Ride Razor scooters through levels filled with ramps, rails, and half-pipes.
Spider-Man 2: The Sinister Six
Even though it's only a subtle remake, fans of the webbed wonder will no doubt enjoy everything that Spider-Man 2: The Sinister Six has to offer.
Colin McRae Rally (2000)
Regardless of whether Colin McRae Rally is dated or not, it plays well enough - but its cookie-cutter formula won't sustain casual gamers' long-term interest.
New or younger players should be able to look past the game's limitations and simply accept it as a simple but fun game.
Hoyle Card Games
Hoyle Card Games offers a bevy of popular card games, but it doesn't appreciably advance the series beyond the previous game.
Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX
The only major flaw in Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX is that the game is a touch on the easy side.
Looney Tunes Collector: Alert!
Infogrames' Looney Tunes Collector: Alert! may not be Pokémon, but it's a finely polished puzzle-quest action-RPG nonetheless.
Grand Theft Auto
If you're armed with weapons and a strong disrespect for authority, you might just want to take that Body Count song to heart and become a cop killer.
X-Men: Mutant Academy
X-Men sticks close to the standard fighting game formula, and as a result, it manages to be fun for a short period of time.
Mega Man Xtreme
If you're a fan of the series, Xtreme's general gameplay, familiar environments, and visual repertoire should be enough to warrant a purchase.
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.
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.
Indiana Jones and the Infernal Machine
Quirky controls, repetitive puzzles, and a range of other annoying flaws keep this game from being the major-league hit that Indiana Jones fans hoped it would be.
Boarder Zone has many good qualities, but you'll find yourself going through all the game has to offer too quickly.
Looney Tunes Racing
Looney Tunes Racing has a way to go before it can stack up to the big boys.