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Sega Genesis SNES

Soldiers of Fortune

Soldiers of Fortune Game
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Soldiers of Fortune is a revolutionary shoot em up. The basic gameplay is similar to Gauntlet, but in an open air setting, with bridges across rivers and such in the maps.

Marathon 2

The storyline for this game is actually quite complex, far more so than the rather simple and often superfluous storylines embedded in most 3D first-person shooters.

Space Griffon VF-9

Space Griffon VF-9 is a game of battling mechs in an adventure game setting.

Iron Soldier

Now here's something to talk about.

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.

Die Hard: Nakatomi Plaza

You play John McClane in this oddly dated return to the 1988 hit film but frankly, this first person shooter really doesn't bring much to the genre.

Goldeneye: Rogue Agent

In essence, the main problem with this FPS is its basic control. Using the analog sticks to control this game is essentially a nightmare.

Unreal Championship 2: The Liandri Conflict

If you haven't noticed, we live in an aggressive and violent world.

Blood Shot

Blood Shot is a 3D first-person shooter. You move through maze-like corridors of the alien ship, getting weapons and items, and blasting everything you encounter on your way.
Sega Genesis

Close Combat: First to Fight

When I start thinking about military tactical games, America's Army comes to mind first and for good reason.

Carnivores: Cityscape

Scanning the bushes with your binoculars has turned up nothing, but you're not surprised.

The Sum of All Fears

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

Dino Stalker

Rarely does a game of this caliber make it to market as it's apparent little time or money was allocated to this project.

Ominous Horizons: A Paladin's Calling

Hail, adventurer! You are a Paladin -- literally a warrior in God's service.

Spec Ops: Rangers Lead the Way

How many times have we cried out in the midst of frantic Duking or Quaking, 'What is the meaning of all this senseless fragging?'

Codename Tenka

Wolfenstein 3D started a trend-a trend so big that it is still going strong today.


GameTek's now making games for the 3DO! The game is called Quarantine.

Killing Time

The biggest advantage CD-based games have over cartridges is the amount of information they can hold.


Disruptor contains some really detailed graphics. It looks like a first-person adventure title where you search through different futuristic areas, solving quests and such.

America's Army Operations

How good could a game be that's developed by the US Army and free on top of it?

Requiem: Avenging Angel

When God created the Earth and mankind he made a fatal mistake. He failed to realize that man is a corrupt and greedy breed and should never be left unattended.

Heavy Gear

There is more than a solid argument that Activision is what made MechWarrior and BattleTech what they are today.

Tribes: Vengeance

The single player campaign is rich in story-telling and characters, allowing you to play from a variety of perspectives.


The game cuts out all the extras, including storyline and graphically interesting terrain, to create a sometimes annoying and an occasionally brilliant battle for honor and territory.

Rebel Moon Rising

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

Tribes Aerial Assault

It's the 40th Century and just when humanity thought they had the art of killing down to a' well' an art, along comes hordes of genetically engineered BioDerm salve soldiers. So now it's up to the four neo-barbarian tribes to stop them.

Shogo: Mobile Armor Division

It seems like every time I turn around a new first-person shooter is hitting the shelves, and it’s getting hard to tell many of them apart.

Space Hulk

What Space Hulk offers Is a scary and difficult first-person perspective strategy game.


I'd wager that it is relatively hard to introduce anything truly new into an FPS title.


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.

Armorines: Project S.W.A.R.M.

You're an Armorine. You're wearing the latest in futuristic battle-armour. Armed with a devastating arsenal, you've got 120 hours to stop an all-out bug invasion of Earth. Or die trying.
Nintendo 64


While a story mode is well and fine, everybody knows the game's multiplayer matches are the real attraction.

Ghost In The Shell

Ghost in the Shell is the latest movie-to-game translation to grace the home gaming scene.

Death Duel

The basic action in Death Duel is somewhat similar to that of most 16-bit, first-person shooters. You guide a gun sight around the play field, firing your assortment of weapons.
Sega Genesis

Point Blank 2

Like the previous PlayStation version, Point Blank 2 also has a Story Mode, which has you searching for a lost princess in a comical theme park.

Savage: The Battle for Newerth

Online-exclusive titles are becoming more and more common nowadays.


GunBullet is basically made up of a series of very simple one- and two-player minigames.

Battle Frenzy

Move over Doom, Battle Frenzy is here for the Sega CD and it literally blows away anything you've seen on the system to date.
Sega Genesis

War Final Assault

First-person shooters have tried to make inroads into the arcades with the most recent example being Quake.


The game just can't match the depth of heavyweight contemporaries like Perfect Dark or Medal of Honor.

Doom 3

The devil isn't just in this game, it's also in the details and id seems to have forgotten that fact.

Command and Conquer: Renegade

Captain Nick "Havoc" Parker bit off more than he could chew.

Soldier of Fortune Platinum Edition

If we’re going to do a review on a very violent game perhaps I the reviewer should put on my Slipknot Iowa CD. Ahhhh, there we go!!! Let’s do some killing.

Halo: Combat Evolved

Halo: Combat Evolved is arguably the finest console FPS to date. Originally released as a launch title for the Xbox, it was the one title that made it worth owning an Xbox.

Delta Force: Land Warrior

You’re about to join the most advanced strike team ever assembled. Where there is terror, you will bring retribution.

Doom 64

You killed the Demons once, they were all dead. Or so you thought... A single Demon Entity escaped detection. Systematically it altered decaying, dead carnage back into grotesque living tissue. The Demons have returned - stronger and more vicious t..
Nintendo 64

Hidden and Dangerous 2

History repeats, historians often say, and after seeing all of the World War II titles on the market, I tend to agree.

Far Cry Instincts: Predator

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

Nosferatu: The Wrath Of Malachi

Beyond that, the storyline is remarkably simple, providing you with the same hunt and retrieve puzzle game as presented in other FPS titles.

Metroid Prime

The first and most important thing you must remember about this game is that it is not a first person shooter.

Rainbow Six: Rogue Spear

Just when you thought it was safe to hang up your Kevlar vest and put away your MP-5, you get the call in the middle of the night: "We have a hostage situation at the Metropolitan Museum."