Heroes of Might and Magic II: The Price of Loyalty
The Price of Loyalty does one thing really well - it diversifies the missions.
Sierra has done an admirable job of creating a sharp and faithful rendition of poker.
A little patience goes a long way with HeliCOPS and leads to an overall satisfying experience.
If already own a previous game in the series, or you prefer 3D environments and games that test skill rather than chance, you'd be better off taking your bets elsewhere.
Unfortunately, reading the box was the only thing mind-blowing about Hardline.
Humans III: Evolution Lost In Time
Not only does Humans III have remarkably dated graphics, annoying sound, and inept gameplay, it is also as boring as a sack of sticks.
Heroes of Might and Magic II: The Succession Wars
This is a must-have for fans of the first title.
Sadly, the cliched plot is the best aspect of this tedious and uninspired game.
HyperBlade should provide a half-pipe of joy for sports and action game fans alike.
Opponents are tough and smart, and each trip out brings a new set of challenges.
This is a creepy game featuring tried-and-true adventure mechanics with entertaining twists and some truly disturbing full-motion video segments.
... and Terminal Velocity begat Fury3, and Fury3 begat Hellbender, and Hellbender begat Monster Truck Madness, and we saw them and said, "Enough already!"