EA's NHL series once again ups the bar, not only for hockey games but for all sports games.
FIFA Soccer 96
FIFA Soccer '96 might ultimately be viewed as too simplistic for real soccerstrategy junkies, but for the rest of us, it's one cheeky little game.
Duke Nukem 3D
The ballots have been cast and the verdict has arrived: The Duke is A-#1.
Puyo Puyo Tsuu
Connect falling puyos to clear them away and dump filler on your opponent's screen before your screen fills up.
Complete with all the detail, realism, and pro licenses anyone could expect from a quality sports sim.
NBA Live 97
NBA Live 97 may very well be the best Playstation-based basketball game to date.
Billy and Jimmy Lee take to the streets in this classic arcade side-scroller.
FIFA Soccer 97
EA has delivered a serious soccer game for serious soccer players.
Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3
UMK3 makes its way onto the Xbox Live Arcade, complete with online play and ranked leaderboards.
Madden NFL 98
Although it doesn't have flashy 3D graphics, Madden 98 is still the most realistic and complete football game on the market.
Virtua Fighter 2
Straight from the arcades, Virtua Fighter 2 comes to the Sega Genesis with its distinct brand of 3D fighting.
The Genesis version of Gunstar Heroes makes an appearance on the Xbox 360.
Rock N' Roll Racing
The Game Boy Advance version of the game is a great port of a 16-bit classic.
You are Epsilon-Eagle, a genetically-enhanced alien soldier who takes up arms against his sinister former master in this side-scrolling action game.
EA has built the foundations of a terrific title with NHL ‘96. Let's hope they finish the job with NHL '97.
Mortal Kombat II
Mortal Kombat II is the sequel to Midway's bloody fighting game and features new characters and environments.
FIFA: Road to World Cup 98
This year's FIFA will keep soccer fans returning to their N64s, season after season.
Streets of Rage II
Streets of Rage 2 brings its old school beat-'em-up antics to Xbox LIVE Arcade.