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Aladdin is one of the finest platformers ever. It combines pick-up-and-play gameplay with one of the smoothest game engines out there, as well as some of the most detailed graphics ever.
720° the daring mid-air double spin, is the world class skateboarder's tour-de-force.
Konami's Game Boy Color version of Airforce Delta attempts to re-create the slick air combat of its Dreamcast big brother.
You can learn the basics of baseball in an afternoon, then spend a lifetime mastering its intricacies. All-Star Baseball 2000 isn't quite so daunting, but expect to log lots of time on the Pause screens while you figure it out. Created by Iguana, A..
I'll start by stating that Acclaim has made the best console baseball game of the year, in a franchise which represents the best sports games you'll find on the N64.
Edward Carnby is back! The supernatural detective finds himself trapped on an island surrounded by creepy crawlies (what’s new?) and facing what could be his most dangerous investigation yet.
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.
First, it was Shep, stepping on that landmine. Then Cordero got it from an enemy machine gun nest.
This game, set for a fall release, will support two-player competitive or co-op play.
You can play as either Asterix or Obelix. You make your way through platform levels, fighting enemies by punching them, and jumping to access higher ares or to avoid falling down.
It looks as if we're finally going to get an update of a classic arcade game that does its predecessor justice.
This polygon-based title looks like a cross between Mario 64 and Crash Bandicoot.
Fox Interactive and Argonaut Software will hopefully waste no time bringing us the sequel to the first true 3D action game on the PlayStation.
The story, combat system and pretty much everything else is right out of the RPG cliche handbook--but so what?
It's a longer, more complex game than its forerunners with lots of fresh features, such as Travel Doors, which zap you across time and space to new worlds.
Jim wasn't always a studly super-worm. He was once just a spineless, dirt eater with no real mission in life... Then a cosmic twist of fate placed him in control of an ultra-high-tech-indestructible-super-space-cyber-suit. Now Jim must make it to P..
If you've played an Earthworm Jim game?