You selected:
  • From 0 to 15 Minutes
  • remove all
158 results
Show results per page
Sort by:
compare
Namco Museum 64 (Nintendo 64)

Specs: Everyone, Mass Media, Compilation, 1-2 Players

Maximum Pool (Dreamcast) Reviewed on December 13, 2000 Check prices
Product overview
Maximum Pool (Dreamcast)

The Bottom Line: If you're looking for something to play online, Maximum Pool does the job, albeit without any bells or whistles. Read review

Specs: Everyone, Dynamix, Sports, Billiards

VMX Racing (PlayStation) Reviewed on August 26, 1997 Check prices
Product overview
VMX Racing (PlayStation)

The Bottom Line: To be honest, I would rather have teeth pulled than be forced to play this game. Read review

Specs: Everyone, Studio E, Driving, Motocross Motorcycle Racing, 1-2 Players

Warpath: Jurassic Park (PlayStation) Reviewed on November 30, 1999 Check prices
Product overview
Warpath: Jurassic Park (PlayStation)

The Bottom Line: Much like elevator doors pause before closing, after you hit the button, so, too, does Warpath when you press, say, the bite button. Read review

Specs: Teen, Black Ops Entertainment, Action, General Action, 1-2 Players

Scrabble (PlayStation) Reviewed on November 11, 1999 Check prices
Product overview
Scrabble (PlayStation)

The Bottom Line: Scrabble on the PlayStation appears to be exactly what you expect from Scrabble at your mom's house - minus the little wooden letters that look like bouillon cubes. Read review

Specs: Everyone, Runecraft, Action, General Action, 1-4 Players

Castlevania Chronicles (PlayStation) Reviewed on October 13, 2001 Check prices
Product overview
Castlevania Chronicles (PlayStation)

The Bottom Line: If your first encounter with Castlevania was Symphony of the Night or even some of the Super Nintendo games, you'll be disappointed by the dated graphics, static gameplay, and lack of replay value. Read review

Specs: Teen, Konami, Adventure, 1 Player

Spawn: In the Demon's Hand (Dreamcast)

Specs: Mature, Capcom, Action

Blue Stinger (Dreamcast) Reviewed on April 15, 1999 Check prices
Product overview
Blue Stinger (Dreamcast)

The Bottom Line: While it may disappoint dyed-in-the-wool Resident Evil fans, Dreamcast newcomers looking for an adventure fix on their new machine should be pleased. Read review

Specs: Mature, Climax Entertainment, Adventure, Horror Action Adventure, Horror, 1 Player

Torneko: The Last Hope (PlayStation) Reviewed on December 2, 2000 Check prices
Product overview
Torneko: The Last Hope (PlayStation)

The Bottom Line: Torneko is a charming little adventure that manages to push the nostalgia button without feeling overly dated. Read review

Specs: Teen, Matrix Software, Role-Playing, 1 Player

Maximum Force (PlayStation) Reviewed on October 27, 1997 Check prices
Product overview
Maximum Force (PlayStation)

The Bottom Line: Playing Maximum Force is a one-time deal. Read review

Specs: Mature, Tantalus Interactive, Action, 1-2 Players

Judge Dredd (PlayStation) Reviewed on April 8, 1998 Check prices
Product overview
Judge Dredd (PlayStation)

The Bottom Line: It's pretty hard to believe that someone at Activision saw this game and felt that it was worth bringing out in the States. Read review

Specs: Teen, Gremlin Interactive, Action, General Action, 1-2 Players

Clock Tower II: The Struggle Within (PlayStation) Reviewed on November 5, 1999 Check prices
Product overview
Clock Tower II: The Struggle Within (PlayStation)

The Bottom Line: The graphics in Clock Tower II are pure first-generation PlayStation. Read review

Specs: Mature, Human Entertainment, Adventure, 1 Player

Boombots (PlayStation) Reviewed on December 22, 1999 Check prices
Product overview
Boombots (PlayStation)

The Bottom Line: Boombots is without a doubt in the running for the worst game of the year. Read review

Specs: Teen, The Neverhood, Action, General Action, 1-2 Players

Digimon Digital Card Battle (PlayStation) Reviewed on July 12, 2001 Check prices
Product overview
Digimon Digital Card Battle (PlayStation)

The Bottom Line: While Digimon Card Battle accurately duplicates the flow and gameplay of the tabletop game, its simplicity will turn off any but the youngest of players. Read review

Specs: Teen, Bandai, Strategy, 1-2 Players

NASCAR 99 (PlayStation) Reviewed on October 19, 1998 Check prices
Product overview
NASCAR 99 (PlayStation)

The Bottom Line: Overall, NASCAR 99's numerous options make it the most authentic NASCAR game to date. Read review

Specs: Everyone, Stormfront Studios, Driving, Stock Car Racing, 1-2 Players

Activision Classics (PlayStation) Reviewed on October 28, 1998 Check prices
Product overview
Activision Classics (PlayStation)

The Bottom Line: Considering you can pick up many playable 2600 cartridges at flea markets for about one dollar or so, if you just want to occasionally play some of your favorite old titles, this collection is worth it. Read review

Specs: Everyone, Gray Matter, Compilation, Compilation, 1-2 Players

Toy Story Racer (PlayStation) Reviewed on February 23, 2001 Check prices
Product overview
Toy Story Racer (PlayStation)

The Bottom Line: It's no Crash Team Racing, but Toy Story Racer provides plenty of challenge for young and old alike. Read review

Specs: Everyone, Traveller's Tales, Driving, Kart Racing

102 Dalmatians: Puppies to the Rescue (PlayStation) Reviewed on December 2, 2000 Check prices
Product overview
102 Dalmatians: Puppies to the Rescue (PlayStation)

The Bottom Line: Younger children will be delighted to be at the controls, but seasoned gamers will want to look elsewhere for a more polished and challenging experience. Read review

Specs: Everyone, Toys for Bob, Action

Confidential Mission (Dreamcast) Reviewed on May 30, 2001 Check prices
Product overview
Confidential Mission (Dreamcast)

The Bottom Line: If Sega's previous arcade light-gun games still hold appeal for you, this game may be right up your alley. Read review

Specs: Teen, Hitmaker, Action, Light Gun Shooter

Street Fighter Collection (PlayStation) Reviewed on January 15, 1998 Check prices
Product overview
Street Fighter Collection (PlayStation)

The Bottom Line: The result is a shallow package that should have been so much more. Read review

Specs: Teen, Capcom, Compilation, General Action, 1-2 Players

Mega Man 64 (Nintendo 64) Reviewed on January 31, 2001 Check prices
Product overview
Mega Man 64 (Nintendo 64)

The Bottom Line: Those who missed out on the PlayStation version could still find a good bit of entertainment value here, but this dated title simply can't compete on the same level as current software. Read review

Specs: Everyone, Capcom, Adventure, General Adventure

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (PlayStation) Reviewed on December 14, 2001 Check prices
Product overview
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (PlayStation)

The Bottom Line: No matter how much you care for the idea of flying on a broomstick or weaving fantastic magicks, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone is a lesson in boredom. Read review

Specs: Everyone, Argonaut Games, Action, 1 Player

Spider-Man (Game Boy Color) Reviewed on September 2, 2000 Check prices
Product overview
Spider-Man (Game Boy Color)

The Bottom Line: More fully realized than anything on the 8- or 16-bit systems, Spider-Man for the GBC is the game we all wish we had ten years ago - a totally convincing interpretation of Spidey for the handheld sector. Read review

Specs: Everyone, Vicarious Visions, Action

Buzz Lightyear of Star Command (Dreamcast) Reviewed on October 19, 2000 Check prices
Product overview
Buzz Lightyear of Star Command (Dreamcast)

The Bottom Line: Experienced and discerning gamers would do well to steer clear of Buzz Lightyear of Star Command, as the game is simplistic and light. Read review

Specs: Everyone, Traveller's Tales, Action, Third-Person Shooter, Fantasy

Space Station Silicon Valley (Nintendo 64)

Specs: Everyone, DMA Design, Adventure, 1 Player

Showing result 51 to 75 out of 158
Sign up to get special deals!
  • CNET Cheapskate
  • CNET Tech Specials
  • CNET Deals
Shopper.com is the premier shopping site on the web to compare legacy game platform prices on the best legacy game platforms available. Shopper.com lets you read product reviews, compare brands, specs and prices on the hottest legacy game platforms to find the one that is right for you.