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ECW Hardcore Revolution

Often imitated, never duplicated, ECW Hardcore Revolution takes you to Hell and back with the most intense hardcore wrestling action the human body can endure. Remember, scars never heal. Debut of over 40 hardcore ECW stars including Rob Van Dam, S..
Nintendo 64

Hardcore 4x4

TNN Motor Sports Hardcore 4X4 promises to capture that adrenaline, marking out new terrain for future racing titles.

Hardcore 4x4 2

When ASC released Hardcore 4x4 last year, it showed the potential of a four-wheel independent suspension.

TNN Hardcore Heat

Hardcore Heat is packed with enough options to make racing fans foam at the mouth. There are six very different tracks, five modes of gameplay, eight very different types of vehicles, varying weather conditions and some vehicle customization.

Dead Or Alive 2: Hardcore

Leave it up to Tecmo to fashion four different versions of the same game.

TNN Motorsports Hardcore Heat

Hardcore Heat looks great, but looks can be deceiving.

Destruction Derby 64

High speed chaos! Up to 12 opponents battle simultaneously on a dozen arenas and tracks. Hardcore demolition action! Exploding cars. Realistic damage. Hit the road! 24 vehicles, from stock cars to hot rods to ambulances. Multiplayer mayhem! Deathma..
Nintendo 64

Elemental Gearbolt

Elemental Gearbolt does actually incorporate some RPG elements to its play, but obviously the base of the game is hardcore shooting action.

Star Trek: Voyager Elite Force Expansion Pack

The Expansion Pack's main feature happens to also be its weakest one. I can't imagine any but the most hardcore Trekkies enjoying the pointless, plotless, seemingly endless Virtual Voyager option.

Grand Theft Auto Double Pack

Gamers across the country, hardcore or casual, have undoubtedly heard of GTA.

Spyro 2

Spyro 2 is definitely geared more toward the hardcore gamer compared to the first game--it gives you tons of stuff to do above and beyond the regular old stuff.

WCW/NWO Thunder

Wrestling is big business and if you could do something that entertained as many fans as the WCW/NWO has, you'd be rich too.

Power Stone

It may take some time (or a bit of hypnosis), but if you can convince yourself that Capcom can create a non-hardcore fighting game, then you'll probably have fun with Power Stone.