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Mortal Kombat Trilogy

Shao Kahn's final attempt to control the earth is upon us... 26 immediately playable characters plus 4 hidden characters! The new Aggressor Kombat Mode arms the quick and merciless with more strength and power to inflict heavy, damaging combination..
Nintendo 64

Blood II: The Chosen

The Cabal, the cult dedicated to the worship of the Dark God Tchernobog (Caleb’s nemesis in Blood), has changed drastically over the years.

Unreal Tournament

TimeSplitters may be nabbing plenty of attention for its designers' GoldenEye roots


Driver has yet to be signed to a publisher--but from what we saw at E3 it's only a matter of time. Watch out for more news on this in coming months.

Star Command: Revolution

In the beginning, there was Warcraft.

Oddworld Abes Oddysee

GT Interactive has decided to introduce a new twist in the gaming industry with: Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee.

Oddworld Abes Exoddus

It's an odd, Oddworld once again.


You wake up, dazed and injured in the wreckage of the prison frigate that had been taking you on what for all intents and purposes was a one-way trip.

Area 51

The alien search-and-destroy stand-up game hits home.

Rogue Trip

Almost one year ago, GT Interactive bought an up-and-coming development company called Singletrac.

Imperium Galactica II: Alliances

In the 26th century, genetic engineering has come so far that among the many research goals was the creation of a super-human race.

Unreal: Return to Na Pali

After escaping from the planet’s surface, you drifted helplessly in space. Then the tractor beams locked on and you were pulled on board the UMS Bodega Bay.


Powerslide is set 20 years in the future; of course the earth is devastated, reminiscent of a Mad Max movie.

War Gods

Billions of years ago, a Being from a distant galaxy was transporting a precious cargo of life giving Ore. The turbulent formation of our solar system caused his ship to crash, scattering Ore over the molten surface of Planet Earth. Through the mil..
Nintendo 64

Imperium Galactica

At last! A distant-future strategy game with a halfway believable premise. If that alone were enough, then I'd say run out and buy Imperium Galactica.


Having taken Formula One racing to the edge, the need for a faster, more aggressive sport has been realized. Using the latest in technology and the breeding of pilots with faster reflexes, Ballistics is the only sport in this future utopian society..


The Biomeqhs are coming and it's the job of gamers to stop them. Bedlam has the feeling of Syndicate with its array of weapons, levels and destruction.

Rebel Moon Rising

Nonetheless, if it is as good as all the MMX hype claims, then this would be the game for me.


XS is set sometime in the future, and your goal is to defeat all the bad guys by fighting arena-style through levels until you win.

Kingdom O' Magic

When I say "complexity" I don't mean the difficulty of the game, the demands it makes on players.

Balls of Steel

Computer pinball games have evolved quite a bit over the last couple of years.

Snowmobile Racing

This new release from Second South Studios lets you rev up one of five different high-performance sleds and go screaming across the frozen wilderness.

Dark Vengeance

An endless eclipse of the sun has befallen Amagar and one of three characters must do their best to extract a Dark Vengeance on the evil creatures that have arisen from the sea.

Betrayal in Antara

Aren always dreamed of adventure, hanging on the stories of far-off places the joymen brought to his father's inn.


At least SingleTrac's Streak has a go at being a bit different.


Now they have Tigershark where a madman is trying to take over the world by use of earthquakes.

Tiger Shark

Okay, so that last tiny bit was not actually in my 1972 Webster's New World Dictionary (Second Collegiate Edition), but I'm filing a petition to have it included for 1998.