It may still be a bit sluggish on the frame rate side, but if you're a fan of previous NHL titles, you won't be disappointed.
Wayne Gretzky's 3D Hockey
Wayne Gretzky for the Nintendo 64 is one incredible title.
Star Wars: Rogue Squadron 3D
Any fan of the first level of Shadows of the Empire really should check out Rogue Squadron.
San Francisco Rush 2049
Visually, aurally, and in terms of gameplay, there's nothing good about this version of Rush 2049.
Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six
What originally was intended for the PC has come to the PlayStation - with mixed results.
Ready 2 Rumble Boxing: Round 2
Since the game's AI is relatively simple, you'll quickly learn all of the little tricks that'll lead you to a win with little or no thought put into it at ...
Pokemon Snap is a must-buy for fans of the license and probably warrants interest from those who aren't.
This game will definitely please any angler, whether a real-life bass-fishing expert or a beginner looking for some practice.
The New Tetris
The multiplayer mode is where this game pays off, specifically the three- and four-player games.
Madden NFL 2000
Fans of the series will undoubtedly call Madden NFL 2000 the best incarnation of the series thus far.
The best boat-racing game to hit arcades has made its way to the Dreamcast - but what it hasn't done is brought anything new with it.
Hot Wheels Turbo Racing
The driving is great, and the stunt aspect of the game gives it a skateboard-like feel.
At the outset, Polaris SnoCross is an above-average racer that delivers the "extreme" experience, while including an oft-neglected link-play feature.
It isn't perfect, but it still blows away the competition by a long shot.
Ken Griffey Jr.'s Slugfest
Ken Griffey Jr.'s Slugfest, as the name implies, is a fast-paced arcade-style baseball game that will appeal to anyone who wants an intuitive, easy-to-play game.
FIFA: Road to World Cup 98
This year's FIFA will keep soccer fans returning to their N64s, season after season.
Mario Party 2
The greatest betterment is that since you won't get sick of the minigames as you did with the original, there's much more replay value in Mario Party 2, and replay ...