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Incoming, a straightforward port of the PC game of the same name, would strike most console gamers as a fairly bland military wargame.
Jeff Wayne’s: The War Of The Worlds
What looks great but doesn't quite live up to the hype in the gameplay department? It's Expendable, from purveyors of quality 3D-card fare Rage Software.
Millennium Soldier: Expendable
As DID's long line of award-winning military flight sims portended a promising future, the company began toying with the idea of developing a purely fun military game.
Armed with a machine gun and an auto-load multi-CD launcher, you must guide a gunsight around each scene of the six levels of play, shooting everything and anyone that moves and a lot of things that don't move.
Striker is a first game in the long-running soccer series, which stood out from the crowd with a unique forced perspective 3D view rather than a simple overhead one.
Ultimate Soccer is a Soccer Sim game, developed by Rage Software and published by Sega Europe, which was released in Europe in 1993.
Get ready as you enjoy the most realistic soccer simulation ever.
Power Drive is an arcade racing game based around rally driving. Handbrake turns and lurid powerslides are both possible, and the steering is suitably loose.
Eric Cantona Football Challenge
It was one of the first football games to feature a 3D viewpoint, after Simulmondo's I Play 3D Soccer.
Power Drive Rally
World Cup Striker
3D soccer game.
Dead Ball Zone
Futuristic sports games always seem to have a couple of things in common: great graphics and a healthy (or unhealthy) dose of violence.