Sin & Punishment
IMPORT: Sin and Punishment is a lot of fun, but the game's complete lack of difficulty and fairly short length really hurt it.
Scooby-Doo! Classic Creep Capers
The game is brief, but the tale it tells provides plenty of classic Scooby-Doo antics.
Star Wars: Episode I Battle for Naboo
Even with the graphical faults and the general lack of innovation over its predecessor, Battle for Naboo is still a fun mission-based shooter, as well as one of the best ...
Sydney 2000 is good enough to compete at the Olympic level as far as video games go - but it'll be hard-pressed to earn anything above a bronze medal.
The huge number of levels available and the two-player split-screen mode - slowdown ridden as it is - make for an incredible amount of value.
South Park Rally
Even though the Dreamcast may possess considerably more processing power under the hood than the Nintendo 64 or PlayStation, nothing seems to be able to hide the fact that South ...
South Park: Chef's Luv Shack
The lame minigames, lack of varied speech, and generally slow pace of the game make it short-lived fun at best.
Control issues and dodgy graphics plant Supercross 2000 firmly behind 989 Sports' recent addition to the genre, Supercross Circuit.
San Francisco Rush 2049
Visually, aurally, and in terms of gameplay, there's nothing good about this version of Rush 2049.
It seems silly to malign a game about the undead by calling it lifeless, but that's exactly Shadow Man's problem.
Starshot: Space Circus Fever
For every thrill it offers in innovative gameplay, it stinks up the fun with graphics and control glitches.
Shadowgate 64: Trials of the Four Towers
The lack of any prolonged contact with other characters in the game and the repetitive musical score doesn't only make the game feel boring but lonely as well.
Super Smash Bros.
If you've got a crew of friends ready to pick a Nintendo character and throw down, then Super Smash Bros. is definitely worth a purchase.