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Street Racer

Street Racer is a Racing game, developed by Vivid Image and published by Ubisoft, which was released in Europe in 1995.
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All Star Tennis '99

All the power, speed and intensity of professional tennis! Compete against professional tennis' top talent: Michael Chang, Mark Philippoussis, Amanda Coetzer, Richard Krajicek, Conchita Martinez, Jonas Bjorkman, Gustavo Kuerten and '98 Wimbledon Ch..
Nintendo 64

Buck Bumble

The Herd, an evil band of vicious mutant insectoids, is attacking and exterminating Earth's native insects! Only Buck Bumble, the baddest bee in the hive and the world's most advanced cyborg insect, can save the day. Protect the insect world by blo..
Nintendo 64

Donald Duck: Goin' Quackers

Keeping Donald content is about as easy as herding cats, but everyone's favorite fusspot really goes off the deep end when malodorous magician Merlock duck-naps Daisy. To add insult to injury, Donald's uppity cousin, Gladstone Gander, vows to rescu..
Nintendo 64

F1 Pole Position 64

Jump into the cockpit of an F1 racer and face the best teams in the world for a breathtaking race! Incredibly exciting: Official game of the FIA, the latest game from HUMAN will make your N64 roar through the 16 world championship circuits. From Mo..
Nintendo 64

F1 Racing Championship

F1 Racing Championship is a Formula One Racing game, developed and published by Ubisoft, which was released in Europe in 2000.
Nintendo 64

Monaco Grand Prix

Innovative 4-point physics engine calculates and monitors all 4 tires independently, creating the most precise simulation of Grand Prix style racing you will ever experience. 16 international courses, and all tracks to scale with realistic dimensio..
Nintendo 64

Rayman 2: The Great Escape

Enter a massive 3-D action adventure of amazing beauty and challenge. The pirate terror has enslaved the world and only Rayman's speed, agility, and magical powers can save all. Race and battle across 45 intricately designed areas - rainforests, ju..
Nintendo 64

Tonic Trouble

Trouble up to your bow tie! Ed's toxic goo turned the world crazy - tomatoes are rioting, carrots are biting back, and Grogh the Hellish wants Ed's head! Help Ed right the wrongs in 12 wildly animated worlds -insane puzzles, killer vegetables, dang..
Nintendo 64

The Chessmaster

The Chessmaster, a ported-from-computer game, is a battle of the brains for one or two players.
NES SNES

Jungle Book

Your job is to guide young Mowgli, the man-cub, through the dangers of the jungle, defeating some of Africa's vilest villains, leading up to, and including, the tiger, Sheer-Kahn.
Sega Genesis NES

Rayman

If you want a game that will make you want to sacrifice many hours of sleep, then Rayman is for you.

Rayman 2

UBI Soft previewed Rayman 2 for the PlayStation.

S.C.A.R.S.

Untamed racing in the ultimate killer cars! Nine brutal 3D tracks across volcanoes, jungles, oceans and more. Nine killer cars armed with missiles, time bombs, boomerangs and more. Night and rain racing. Challenge, Grand Prix, and Custom Cup racing..
Nintendo 64

Tennis Arena

With the right combination of good game-play and interesting characters, Tennis Arena could fill a need in the sports gaming genre.

Speed Devils

The car design is imaginative and different--and the controls are absolutely spot-on.

Amerzone: The Explorer's Legacy

Comic author Benoît Sokal is revered in his native France and throughout Europe, but is not well known in the United States.

Brothers In Arms: Road To Hill 30

The game play in _Brothers In Arms: Road To Hill 30_ isn't what I'd call refreshing and new, but it is what I'd call good.

Conquest: Frontier Wars

Called into service soon after the disappearance of important fleet ships, your mission is to expand Terran influence on the other side of the wormhole.

CSI

Solving murders using various high tech and low tech methods, many watch faithfully each week as evidence is extracted from the most unlikely sources.

CSI: Dark Motives

The game is a stinker, but the concept really shines so I refuse to give up on the franchise just yet.

F1 Racing Simulation

Working in cooperation with Renault F1, six-time world champion, this simulation was designed to be the most realistic ever created, and I would say it succeeded.

Faces of War

Although the game's training places an emphasis on movement and cover, you'll rarely get a chance to really use those skills.

Far Cry

Crytek has improved the shooter genre in just about every way possible.

Hype: The Time Quest

While fleeing from her father’s war-torn kingdom, Lyzothe found a child abandoned at the foot of the tree -- she adopted him and named him Hype.

IL-2 Sturmovik: WWII Combat Simulator

Recreating the feel of World War II dogfights is quite a difficult undertaking.

Monaco Grand Prix Racing Simulation 2

The 94-page manual does an excellent job of detailing the history of the Monaco Grand Prix and describes the events that happen on a typical Formula One racing weekend.
Nintendo 64

Myst III: Exile

Drunk on power and arrogance, the brothers were finally defeated and sealed them away forever.

POD

Put simply, you race on the edge of your seat, trying to stave off the seven other rabid competitors while avoiding the inevitable dead-end alley, 100 ft. drop-off, or onrushing wall.

Pool of Radiance: Ruins of Myth Drannor

Ten years ago, a cadre of adventurers banded together and rose up to the challenge of stopping a Pool of Radiance that had manifested itself and brought evil to the edge of world domination.

Rainbow Six 3: Raven Shield

Before you jump in and start ridding the world of German militants, terrorists, and hired thugs, you must first make some key decisions.

Rayman Gold

I must admit from the outset that I am not a fan of side-scrolling platform games.

Shadowbane

Does the world really need another online RPG?

Silent Hunter II

During WWII, Germany asserted its power by nearly closing the supply line to Europe, almost strangling U.S. forces of their supplies and resources.

Sub Culture

Lovers of action/adventure games set entirely in an undersea environment have been quite lucky in the past year.

The Sum of All Fears

Unfortunately, once past the training, you move on to the pathetic single player campaign.

Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon

2008 A.D. Russia is under the control of a radical government whose main goal is the reunification of the former Soviet Union.

Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six

When the game starts, you are in a group of twenty highly skilled operatives of different nationalities (hence the name Rainbow).

Charlie's Angels

It's been quite a while since I've played a game this bad. From a lackluster and loosely followed plot, to bad gameplay and choppy graphics.

Disney's PK: Out of the Shadows

With the large number of mediocre platform games, you'd hope the games would start evolving to the next level as a genre and stop developing the same carbon copy platform games.

Evolution Worlds

If the Dreamcast was such a bad system, then why are there so many games being translated over to the new systems?

Ghost Recon

For tactical shooters, having a solid AI is critical since that's what makes controlling a squad of soldiers challenging.

Pro Rally

If you are a racing fan and the Gamecube was your system of choice, chances are you are either a very unhappy person or you broke down and picked up another console to satisfy your racing itch.

Lunar Legends

What a wonderful world we live in. In the span of a few years, one of the genre's brightest stars has come full circle and is playable on a modern video game system.

Moto Racer Advance

When it comes to racing games on the GBA, the quality and selection is sorely lacking. While there are a few stand out performers, most of the titles on the market just don't do a good enough job of representing the genre.

Dragon's Lair 3D: Return to the Lair

We've seen our fair share of arcade classics being remade for the latest consoles and unfortunately, many of them have failed to live up to the memories that we had of playing the originals.

Ghost Recon: Island Thunder

It had to happen sooner or later with the growing number of Xbox players, the improvements in online play, and the vast collection of Tom Clancy based games to choose from.

Prince of Persia: Warrior Within

Rule one, better swordfighting. Rule two, darker characters. Rule three, the same amazingly athletic gameplay we've taken for granted every other time we played the first Prince of Persia.

Rayman Arena

These days it's pretty rare to find a game with no storyline at all. Of course some of the best games ever made have no storyline.

Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory

The big shift in Chaos Theory is that it's not such an incredibly linear experience anymore.

Ape Escape 2

Thought it seems an unlikely combination, monkeys have long been a part of videogames.

Batman Vengance

For over 50 years there has existed one constant in the jungle that is Gotham City -- the Batman.

Batman: Rise of the Sin Tzu

Batman has been a mainstay of American pop culture for quite some time now, and with good reason.

Beyond Good & Evil

What separates this game from the pack is its unique mixture of fighting, racing, puzzle solving and' .um' .photography.

Ghost Recon: Jungle Storm

Tom Clancy is without a doubt one of the most successful authors of our time. His tales of politically charged conflicts have captivated millions the world over, and will likely do the same for some time to come.

Prince Of Persia: The Two Thrones

It's a testament to this game's quality that so far, it's occupied a great deal of my attention, to the point that I've replayed certain sections of the game over multiple times.

Rainbow Six 3: Squad Based Counter Terror

The single player mode of _Rainbow Six 3_ seems to do fine on its own but there are some issues.

Rayman 3: Hoodlum Havoc

What do you do when your faithful manic sidekick Globox accidentally swallows the Lord of the Dark Lums? Short of pumping his stomach, you do what ever it takes to find a cure for him.

Super Bust-A-Move 2

A problem some game reviewers run into is becoming jaded regarding games.

Blazing Angels: Squadrons of WWII

Playing games like this tends to make me not want to play games for a while.

Enchanted Arms

Now if they could only fix the stereotypical story and traditionally idiotic hero. Still, this is the first real RPG for the Xbox 360, and if only for that reason, I'm glad to have it.

Far Cry Instincts: Predator

First Person Shooters, when designed for the console, work. When they're ported from another system, they usually don't.

Peter Jackson's King Kong

Kong, Kong! I think that filmmakers responsible for the original King Kong would've been floored that not only was their film being remade by one of this era's greatest directors, but that it'd also accomplished one of the most difficult o all thin..

Rainbow Six Vegas

There's something wonderful about taking cover behind a slot machine. Each engagement area is full of detail and depth, and usually offers vertical movement to boot.

Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter

At times challenging, and at others simply frustrating, you'll need keen wits and grace under fire to deal with the obstacles presented in this title.

Lumines

It's a strange and addictive puzzle game that involves creating blocks, much in the same way that Tetris required you to create lines.

Rippin' Riders

It seems like it was just yesterday when I popped in the first snowboarding game I had ever played called Cool Boarders on the PlayStation.

Donald Duck - Quack Attack

We don't make up names like this, and neither should you. Donald Duck-Quack Attack
Nintendo 64

Jungle Book Rhythm N'Groove

Like Disney? Like music games? Then there's a good chance you'll dig Ubi Soft's Jungle Book Rhythm N'Groove, coming in November.

Pod 2

Ubi Soft hopes this will be the first combat racer available for online play through SegaNet.