Specs: Everyone, FUN Labs, Sports, 1-2 Players
Specs: External, Game console, DJ console, Wireless
Specs: Everyone, Microsoft Game Studios, Board Games
Specs: Waterlily Games, Puzzle
The Bottom Line: Battle of Britain tries to ease players through the frustrating aspects of virtual flight so that they can experience the rewards themselves. It's successful in most ways. Read review
Specs: Teen, iEntertainment Network, Simulation, Massively Multiplayer
The Bottom Line: Fantastic 4 is a solid beat-'em-up and a respectable movie-to-game translation. Read review
Specs: Everyone 10 and older, Torus Games, Action, Action - adventure, Fantasy, 1 Player
Specs: External, Game console, Guitar controller, Wireless, AA type
The Bottom Line: Minor frustrations and inconsistency compound a game that's not very good in the first place, making it one of the least appealing platformer choices currently on the market. Read review
Specs: Everyone 10 and older, Krome Studios, Action, Miscellaneous - kids / children's games & entertainment, 1-2 Players
The Bottom Line: Rise of the Shadowhand accomplishes the challenging feat of significantly improving one of last year's best and most complex real-time strategy games. Read review
Specs: Everyone, Activision, Strategy, Real-Time Strategy, Sci-Fi, 1-8 Players
The Bottom Line: Unless you've played Road Champs BXS Stunt Biking to death, the sheer number of gameplay and style improvements present in Mat Hoffman ultimately make it the more satisfying of the two games. Read review
Specs: Everyone, HotGen, Sports
The Bottom Line: While Powermove's gameplay elements are solid for the most part, the game lacks any real personality or lasting appeal. Read review
Specs: Future Amusement, Action, 1-2 Players
The Bottom Line: The poorly optimized GameCube version robs the original of most of its visual style and slows the pace considerably, resulting in a mediocre mission-based driving game with poor handling. Read review
Specs: Teen, Stealth Studios, Driving, Mission-based Driving, 1-2 Players
Specs: Everyone, Digital Eclipse, Action, General Action
Specs: Everyone, Paradox Development, Action
The Bottom Line: Even if you're only a passing fan of the comic book series, and even if you've already played the first game to death, you'll have a lot of fun with X-Men Legends II. Read review
Specs: Teen, Raven Software, Role-Playing, 1 Player
The Bottom Line: There are a handful of other first-person shooters on the Game Boy Advance, and a few of them are certainly more complete when it comes to overall design, but none are as vicarious or as stimulating as Doom II. Read review
Specs: Teen, Torus Games, Action, First-Person Shooter, Sci-Fi, 1-4 Players
The Bottom Line: The development team at Vicarious Visions has captured the essence of THPS2 and, outside of a few necessary changes, has delivered most of what made the console versions of Tony Hawk 2 such classics. Read review
Specs: Everyone, Vicarious Visions, Sports, Skateboarding
Specs: Mature, id Software
The Bottom Line: Call to Power II is definitely a superior game to Civilization: Call to Power, which should be enough to recommend it to those players who did enjoy the previous game. Read review
Specs: Everyone, Activision, Strategy, Turn-Based Strategy, Historic, 1-4 Players
The Bottom Line: It's a linear, repetitive, tedious game that ignores almost every lesson it should have learned from previous, more successful tactical combat games. Read review
Specs: Teen, Reflexive Entertainment, Strategy, General Strategy, Science-fiction, 1-2 Players
The Bottom Line: Hidden Evil is yet another in the long line of Star Trek games that fail to deliver on the potential of their license. Read review
Specs: Teen, Presto Studios, Adventure, General Adventure, 1 Player
Specs: Teen, ImageBuilder Software, Sports, Hunting, 1 Player
The Bottom Line: Despite the rough edges, however, it is the Spider-Man character itself that makes Spider-Man: The Movie fun to play. Read review
Specs: Everyone, Digital Eclipse, Action, Action - adventure, Fantasy
The Bottom Line: If you're the type of person who likes to uncover every last little secret in a game, Pinobee might be worth checking out. Read review
Specs: Everyone, Artoon, Action, General Action
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