Real War is a throwback to the days of those horrible real-time strategy clones that followed the success of Westwood's Command & Conquer series.
Rails Across America
It's a game whose real strengths are always in competition with its flaws. Happily for fans of hard-core strategy games, the strengths usually win out.
Road to India: Between Hell and Nirvana
Road to India is a fine example of old-school adventure gaming with a modern presentation.
Railroad Tycoon II: Platinum Edition
This special edition includes Railroad Tycoon II, Railroad Tycoon II: The Second Century, and 50 new scenarios.
This game is designed to capture the depth of a turn-based wargame in a real-time strategy format.
Reader Rabbit Kindergarten
Reader Rabbit Kindergarten is designed to teach basic skills to prepare kids for success in kindergarten and provide a foundation for further learning.
Rules of the Game
You'll start seeing repeats of the same questions far too soon.
Ripley's Believe It or Not! (2001)
The game's combination of off-the-wall facts and bizarre photos is a welcome addition to the party trivia genre.
Although Red Faction rarely outstrips the games it draws inspiration from, the fact that there are times when it shows them up at all is pretty impressive.
Thinking up and tweaking your robots in RoboForge offers a lot of challenge, replay value, and entertainment.
Rune: Halls of Valhalla
It simply takes the weakest part of the original game and repackages it with a few ultimately inconsequential bonuses.
The most disappointing problem with Robot Arena is the very poor artificial intelligence of the computer-controlled robots.