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Saw

Flicky

You play the role of Flicky the bluebird, trying to rescue the Chirps from the clutches of Tigger the cat and Iggy the lizard.
Sega Genesis

Recoil

Tanks patrol desolate city streets. Turrets and missile sites threaten the skies.

Grim Fandango

Well, whaddya know. The Aztecs had it right all along. You die, take the money you’re buried with, and start out on your four-year trek through the land of the dead.

Boogerman

Take control of the slightly slimy hero as he tries to thwart the nefarious Booger Meister and his plans for world domination.
Sega Genesis SNES

Project Eden

All is not well in the Garden of Eden (both literally and figuratively). After the population grossly exceeds the area of land on which to live, city engineers have started creating buildings that go up and up into the sky.

Psi-Ops: The Mindgate Conspiracy

Sometimes, the best games aren't the ones that innovate or try something entirely new.

No One Lives Forever

It is not that I found this game particularly bad; it just felt too routine for my tastes.

X-Wing vs. TIE Fighter

The thing about this game is, you want so much to really like it.

Constantine

The cut scenes are actually decent along with the rest of the graphics. Some of the environments are more on the drab side but definitely one of the better aspects of this game.

Red Faction II

So you've an enhanced super soldier designed to be the ultimate weapon. Vastly superior to your enemies, what could possibly cause you any concern?

The Suffering

Chances are, you've played them both (or at least heard of them), but now it's time to make room for a new contender in the horror genre: The Suffering.

Condemned: Criminal Origins

Horror is one of my fascinations, and a good scary film is usually the perfect combination of creepy and strange to suit my mood.

Team Buddies

Originally part of Psygnosis' lineup before they closed up shop, Midway has decided to release this funky puzzle/party game.

Second Sight

While this game does look particularly good and seemed to have entertaining gameplay, it's got an incredibly painful learning curve.

Starlancer

The solar system erupts in war! Eastern Coalition forces, led by the devious Admiral Kulov, have launched a surprise attack on the Western Alliance.

Descent

As first-person 3-D shooters continue to impress video gamers, one limitation still holds programmers back from making the 3-D feel even closer to real--the ground.

Sinistar Unleashed

The Distilled Evil along with their slaves, The Sporg, are creating the ultimate biomechanical weapon: the Sinistar.

Battle Engine Aquila

Before I begin, I should mention one thing. The only place that Aquila can't go is in the water.

Privateer 2: The Darkening

This is where the widest diversity in opinions comes in.

Descent: FreeSpace-The Great War

As the game begins, you are at war with a race known as the Vasudans.

Soldier of Fortune: Gold Edition

You are John Mullins, a Soldier of Fortune. A mercenary employed by the Shop, you're a Vietnam veteran trained in many different forms of warfare.

Forsaken

The blood-soaked game Forsaken is gearing up to shock PS owners early next year.

Armed and Dangerous

Humor doesn't always work in computer games, but the laughs blend well with the non-stop action in this third person shooter set in an alternate Scotland filled with robots, projectile land sharks and portable black holes.