ESPN NBA 2Night 2002
ESPN NBA 2Night 2002 really has nothing that would make it worth recommending over a number of other basketball games for the PlayStation 2.
All-Star Baseball 2003
All-Star Baseball 2003 is the best baseball simulation available for the Xbox, and it will satisfy hard-core fans of hardball.
Circus Maximus: Chariot Wars
Actually competing in a deadly chariot race is an intriguing concept for a game, but Circus Maximus doesn't manage to make the experience all that exciting.
Pac-Man World 2
Pac-Man World 2 is a great platform game overall, one that anybody who's into the lighthearted style of the game would do well to check out.
By no means the most technically impressive GameCube game, Smashing Drive would hold the interest of only the most dedicated arcade racing fans.
Pirates: The Legend of Black Kat
Pirates is like a Zelda-meets-Tomb Raider, though the actual environments you'll explore are pretty original, as is the method by which you'll get around.
The game's combat system is executed so well that it saves the game from being just another cookie-cutter beat-'em-up.
Ultimate Fighting Championship: Tapout
On its own merits, UFC: Tapout is an excellent, original fighting game that's especially fun for two players.
State of Emergency
The best part about State of Emergency is the way every facet of the game comes together to form a perfect feeling of panic.
WWE Raw unfortunately does little to fill the wrestling void in PC gaming.
Wreckless: The Yakuza Missions
If you're looking for a great-looking game that will show off the Xbox's graphical muscle, Wreckless fits the bill.
Genma Onimusha is such a refined version of the game that it's almost worth picking up even if you've already played through the original.
ESPN International Winter Sports 2002
The gameplay mechanics that proved oh-so-satisfying more than a decade ago fail to impress today.