Myst III: Exile
The technical limitations of the PS2 don't do the game full justice, but if you can look past those and other faults, you'll find a rewarding experience.
The game puts even less of an emphasis on combat than Resident Evil-style games; instead it focuses more on the process of identifying, and subsequently neutralizing, traps.
Shadow of Destiny
The original structure and narrative make Shadow of Destiny well worth playing, despite its minor flaws.
Gauntlet: Dark Legacy
If you have a group of bored, bloodthirsty friends visiting, having Dark Legacy around would definitely be an asset.
Metal Slug 3
Metal Slug 3 brings its signature run 'n' gun shooting action to Xbox LIVE Arcade.
Giants: Citizen Kabuto
Give Giants a try, and in short order, you'll find yourself playing one of the PS2's most likable, most offbeat shooters.
Fans of spatially oriented puzzle games won't christen it the second coming of Solomon's Key, but there's enough challenge and intelligence within each of The Mummy's 46 stages to keep ...
If you've never experienced Counter-Strike before, this new version of the classic team-based PC shooter may cause you to wonder what, exactly, all the fuss is about.
Marvel vs. Capcom 2
Marvel vs. Capcom 2 takes the series' long-running brand of fighting insanity a step or two further, making for Capcom's flashiest 2D fighter to date.
Namco Museum (2002)
This package contains the major hits that most fans are after.
The PS2 game makes solid additions and a few improvements to The Sims' basic gameplay--but that gameplay has aged.
RollerCoaster Tycoon has the potential to capture a pretty good niche market - and for the most part, it succeeds.
The graphics look sharp in areas close to the car, but in large open tracks, there's an appalling amount of pop-up.
World Series Baseball
While there is no denying that World Series Baseball offers a lot of options off the field, some additional on-field gameplay elements should have been included.
A routine stop for a traffic violation turns into a bloodbath as a drug dealer kills eight police officers. The DEA sends Detectives Jack Forzenski and Marcus Hill to help ...
It's a solid reinterpretation of a video game classic that adds its own unique elements to the franchise without forsaking what made Spy Hunter what it was.