Enix's popular early SNES title joined side-scrolling action stages with a world-building strategy component.
Rock N' Roll Racing
The Game Boy Advance version of the game is a great port of a 16-bit classic.
Mortal Kombat II
Mortal Kombat II is the sequel to Midway's bloody fighting game and features new characters and environments.
EA has built the foundations of a terrific title with NHL ‘96. Let's hope they finish the job with NHL '97.
If you're into games like Gradius and Project S-11, and happen to possess twitch reflexes, Phalanx has your call sign, Ace.
Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble
Trouble is brewing yet again on Donkey Kong Island and it's up to Dixie to save the captured Donkey and Diddy Kong and stop the evil Kremlings.
FIFA: Road to World Cup 98
This year's FIFA will keep soccer fans returning to their N64s, season after season.
Ogre Battle: The March of the Black Queen
Atlus has done gamers a service in rereleasing this classic.
Breath of Fire II
The lengthy quest offers a meaty challenge for RPG fans to get sucked into and a surprise or two to satisfy those who look for them.
As a nostalgia piece, this new iteration is a great representation of the classic NBA Jam experience, but when compared with recent arcade basketball offerings, it doesn't quite measure up.
The Incredible Hulk
For those who know and like the character, The Incredible Hulk is well worth the purchase price and should offer many hours of entertainment.
Worms is an inexpensive game that offers an exciting strategy competition, a lot of laughs, and fantastic replay value.
Aliens are draining your planet's resources and it's up to you and your advanced Axelay ship to destroy their headquarters.