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Toki Tori (Game Boy Color) Reviewed on January 1, 1972 Product overview See more Legacy game platforms
Toki Tori (Game Boy Color)

Specs: Everyone, Two Tribes, Puzzle, General Action, 1 Player

Bust-A-Move Millennium (Game Boy Color) Reviewed on January 1, 1972 Product overview See more Legacy game platforms
Bust-A-Move Millennium (Game Boy Color)

Specs: Everyone, Taito Corporation, Puzzle

Mortal Kombat II (Genesis) Reviewed on January 1, 1972 Product overview See more Legacy game platforms
Mortal Kombat II (Genesis)
Warlock (SNES)

Specs: Realtime Associates

Speed Kings (GameCube) Reviewed on May 27, 2003 Product overview See more GameCube Games
Speed Kings (GameCube)

The Bottom Line: Even though Speed Kings doesn't stray very far from the Burnout 2 formula, it's a solid racer that does a great job of conveying an insanely fast sense of speed and requires you to think and react in an instant. Read review

Specs: Everyone, Climax Group, Driving, Street Motorcycle Racing, 1-4 Players

Yellow Brick Road (PlayStation)

Specs: Synergy Inc., Adventure, 1 Player

Bust a Move 4 (Game Boy Color)

Specs: Everyone, Taito Corporation, Puzzle, 1-2 Players

Strike Force Bowling (GameCube) Reviewed on June 3, 2005 Product overview See more GameCube Games
Strike Force Bowling (GameCube)

The Bottom Line: Strike Force Bowling attempts to combine zany locales with tried-and-true bowling mechanics, but the game lacks substance and ultimately won't please bowling fans, be they hardcore or casual. Read review

Specs: Everyone, Crave, Sports, 1-4 Players

Darkstalkers 3 (PlayStation) Reviewed on November 19, 1998 Product overview See more Legacy game platforms
Darkstalkers 3 (PlayStation)

The Bottom Line: It's easily the best fighter Capcom has put out in years. Read review

Specs: Teen, Capcom, Action, Action - adventure, Science-fiction, 1-2 Players

Elf: The Movie (Game Boy Advance)

Specs: Everyone, Human Soft, Action, 1 Player

No One Can Stop Mr. Domino! (PlayStation) Reviewed on December 14, 1998 Product overview See more Legacy game platforms
No One Can Stop Mr. Domino! (PlayStation)

The Bottom Line: Mr. Domino is a cute and unique little game, great for casual and veteran gamers alike...while it lasts. Read review

Specs: Everyone, Artdink, Action, General Action, 1 Player

Dexter's Lab Chess Challenge (Game Boy Advance)

Specs: Everyone, Virtucraft, Board Games, Board Games, 1-2 Players

Tokyo Xtreme Racer Advance (Game Boy Advance)

The Bottom Line: Tokyo Xtreme Racer Advance is an accurate rendition of the console Tokyo Xtreme Racer games. Read review

Specs: Everyone, David A. Palmer Productions, Driving, 1 Player

Barnyard (GameCube) Reviewed on August 9, 2006 Product overview See more GameCube Games
Barnyard (GameCube)

The Bottom Line: The open-ended design is a breath of fresh air, while the overall presentation lives up to the movie's skewed style and humor. Read review

Specs: Everyone 10 and older, Blue Tongue Entertainment, Action, Adventure - interactive movie, Adventure - third person adventure, 1 Player

Driven (GameCube) Reviewed on April 1, 2002 Product overview See more GameCube Games
Driven (GameCube)

The Bottom Line: If you're looking for a racing game that is easy to control but extremely difficult, Driven fits the bill. Read review

Specs: Teen, Bam Entertainment, Driving, Formula One Racing

Fantastic Four (PlayStation) Reviewed on November 18, 1997 Product overview See more Legacy game platforms
Fantastic Four (PlayStation)

The Bottom Line: Fantastic Four could have been a much better game. Read review

Specs: K-A, Probe Entertainment Limited, Action, 1-4 Players

Extreme-G 3 (GameCube) Reviewed on December 11, 2001 Product overview See more GameCube Games
Extreme-G 3 (GameCube)

The Bottom Line: Those who waited for the GameCube version of Extreme-G 3 have been rewarded with a superior version of the game. Read review

Specs: Everyone, Acclaim, Driving, Futuristic Racing, Sci-Fi, 1-4 Players

Sorcerer's Maze (PlayStation) Reviewed on January 1, 1972 Product overview See more Legacy game platforms
Sorcerer's Maze (PlayStation)

Specs: Everyone, Shoeisha, Puzzle, 1-2 Players

SX Superstar (GameCube) Reviewed on June 30, 2003 Product overview See more GameCube Games
SX Superstar (GameCube)

The Bottom Line: There's plenty to do in SX Superstar, but the gameplay mechanics could've used a little more tweaking. Read review

Specs: Teen, Acclaim, Driving, Motocross Motorcycle Racing, Realistic, 1-2 Players

Jeremy McGrath Supercross 2000 (Dreamcast)

Specs: Everyone, Acclaim, Driving

Robots (Game Boy Advance)

Specs: Everyone, Amaze Entertainment, Action, First-Person Adventure, Sci-Fi, 1 Player

Robotron 64 (Nintendo 64)

The Bottom Line: Maybe Midway knew what it was doing when it dropped this project. Read review

Specs: Teen, Player 1, Action, General Action, 1-2 Players

Gex: Enter the Gecko (Game Boy Color) Reviewed on January 1, 1972 Product overview See more Legacy game platforms
Gex: Enter the Gecko (Game Boy Color)

Specs: Everyone, David A. Palmer Productions, Action

Turok 3: Shadow of Oblivion (Game Boy Color) Reviewed on August 10, 2000 Product overview See more Legacy game platforms
Turok 3: Shadow of Oblivion (Game Boy Color)

The Bottom Line: Despite being a rehash, Turok 3 is a well-balanced, varied platform gaming experience. Read review

Specs: Everyone, Bit Managers, Action, General Action

Marvel vs. Capcom 2 (Dreamcast)

The Bottom Line: Fans of the off-kilter action found in the previous versus games will surely be pleased with Marvel vs. Capcom 2, as it represents the first major set of changes the series has ever seen. Read review

Specs: Teen, Capcom, Action, General Action

The Powerpuff Girls: Chemical X-Traction (Nintendo 64)

Specs: Everyone, VIS Entertainment, Action

The Land Before Time (Game Boy Advance)

Specs: Everyone, Full Fat, Action

Eragon (Game Boy Advance) Reviewed on January 23, 2007 Product overview See more Game Boy Advance Games
Eragon (Game Boy Advance)

The Bottom Line: Eragon doesn't do much to embellish its simplistic design, but it's a surprisingly satisfying role-playing game despite its shortcomings. Read review

Specs: Everyone 10 and older, Amaze Entertainment, Role-Playing, 1 Player

Rat Attack (PlayStation) Reviewed on October 25, 1999 Product overview See more Legacy game platforms
Rat Attack (PlayStation)

The Bottom Line: Even the multiplayer-crazed "party game" crowd won't find any nuggets of gaming goodness here. Read review

Specs: Everyone, Pure Entertainment, Action, 1-4 Players

Clock Tower 3 (PlayStation 2)

The Bottom Line: Clock Tower 3's movie portions are stronger than the gameplay that underpins them, and the result is a game that you'll probably want to finish more for its storyline than for the fun you'll have actually playing it. Read review

Specs: Mature, SunSoft, Adventure, Horror Action Adventure, Horror, 1 Player

ATV Quad Power Racing 2 (Xbox) Reviewed on January 15, 2003 Product overview See more Xbox Games
ATV Quad Power Racing 2 (Xbox)

The Bottom Line: It's neither the deepest nor the most entertaining ATV racing game, but then again, it's the only ATV racing game on the Xbox at the moment. Read review

Specs: Everyone, Climax Group, Driving, Racing / driving - rally / offroad, Realistic, 1-4 Players

18 Wheeler: American Pro Trucker (GameCube) Reviewed on February 22, 2002 Product overview See more GameCube Games
18 Wheeler: American Pro Trucker (GameCube)

The Bottom Line: 18 Wheeler, which was less than impressive on the Dreamcast, is even less so when presented on the technically superior GameCube. Read review

Specs: Everyone, Acclaim Studios Cheltenham, Driving, Arcade Racing, 1-2 Players

Power Stone 2 (Dreamcast)

The Bottom Line: As a four-player game, it's definitely one of the wildest fighters to come to the Dreamcast. Read review

Specs: Teen, Capcom, Action, General Action, Realistic

Castrol Honda Superbike Racing (PlayStation)

The Bottom Line: It isn't a horrible game, but other than offering a strong simulation aspect, there's not much there. Read review

Specs: Everyone, Midas Interactive Entertainment, Driving, Street Motorcycle Racing, Realistic, 1-2 Players

Wallace & Gromit in Project Zoo (PlayStation 2) Reviewed on October 21, 2003 Product overview See more PlayStation 2 Games
Wallace & Gromit in Project Zoo (PlayStation 2)

The Bottom Line: Wallace & Gromit in Project Zoo is a game that could prove entertaining for fans of Nick Park's peculiar pair, but as a 3D platformer, it's simply not that impressive. Read review

Specs: Everyone, Frontier Developments, Action, 1 Player

BMX XXX (Xbox) Reviewed on November 12, 2002 Product overview See more Xbox Games
BMX XXX (Xbox)

The Bottom Line: Aside from making the "groundbreaking" move of featuring a lot of cursing and strippers, BMX XXX doesn't do anything particularly well. Read review

Specs: Mature, Z-Axis, Ltd., Sports, Biking, Realistic, 1-2 Players

South Park (Nintendo 64) Reviewed on December 28, 1998 Product overview See more Legacy game platforms
South Park (Nintendo 64)

The Bottom Line: The license goes a long way to keep the game and story interesting, but it's frustrating that the game itself wasn't better. Read review

Specs: Mature, Iguana Entertainment, Action, General Action, 1-4 Players

Mary-Kate and Ashley: Sweet 16 (Game Boy Advance)

Specs: Everyone, Powerhead Games, Action, Mission-based Driving

Jupiter Strike (PlayStation) Reviewed on January 1, 1972 Product overview See more Legacy game platforms
Jupiter Strike (PlayStation)

Specs: K-A, High-Tech Lab Japan, Action, 1 Player

All-Star Baseball 2000 (Nintendo 64)

Specs: Everyone, Iguana Entertainment, Sports, 1-4 Players

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