R-Type III: The Third Lightning
R-Type III for the GBA is a terrible port of a great SNES game.
Romance of the Three Kingdoms IV: Wall of Fire
This game will leave you with a strong sense of déja vu.
No Escape (1994)
If you could find someone to play it with, the multiplayer mode could offer a few mindless thrills.
Released shortly after Street Fighter 2, Fatal Fury was unique largely due to the fact that it had two separate planes that players could strategically use to dodge attacks.
Check into a swanky Vegas hotel and play a variety of gambling games, including Blackjack, Roulette, and Craps.
This rendition of the popular board game, Clue, was developed by Sculptured Software.
As was the case with the movie, the plot becomes the game's own worst enemy.
Samurai Shodown (1993)
The first fighter to make significant use of weapons, Samurai Shodown was also revolutionary for its amazing visuals.
Pitfall: The Mayan Adventure
Fans of the series might be able to enjoy Pitfall: The Mayan Adventure on a nostalgic level if they can grit their teeth through its serious flaws.
Art of Fighting
Art of Fighting brought several key new features to the fighting game scene; most notably a "spirit" bar that limited the number of special moves you could perform.
The classic action arcade title returns with a whole new look, same old feel! Space Invaders, the title that drew thousands into the arcades, comes to the Game Boy Color. ...
Earthworm Jim 2
This port has a host of new problems that render the game virtually unplayable.