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Xena: Warrior Princess - The Talisman of Fate (Nintendo 64) Reviewed on December 20, 1999 Check prices
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Xena: Warrior Princess - The Talisman of Fate (Nintendo 64)

The Bottom Line: This would probably make a decent party game for players who don't know how to do anything more than mash every button available, but fans of fighting games should stay far, far away. Read review

Specs: Teen, Saffire, Action, 3D Fighting, 1-4 Players

Robocop (Xbox) Reviewed on August 8, 2003 Check prices
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Robocop (Xbox)

The Bottom Line: Despite its lengthy production cycle, Robocop has a bevy of horrible problems that render the game practically unplayable. Read review

Specs: Mature, Titus Software, Action, First-Person Shooter, Sci-Fi, 1 Player

Roadsters (Game Boy Color) Reviewed on January 1, 1972 Check prices
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Roadsters (Game Boy Color)

Specs: Everyone, Driving, General Action

Hercules (Game Boy Color)

Specs: Everyone, Action, General Action

Top Gun: Firestorm (Game Boy Color)

Specs: Everyone, Fluid Studios, Action

Carmageddon (Game Boy Color) Reviewed on April 3, 2000 Check prices
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Carmageddon (Game Boy Color)

The Bottom Line: What one gets with Carmageddon is a game where every pro is met by an equally matched con. Read review

Specs: Teen, Aqua Pacific, Driving, 1 Player

KAO the Kangaroo (Game Boy Advance) Reviewed on February 1, 2002 Check prices
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KAO the Kangaroo (Game Boy Advance)

The Bottom Line: It's not entirely unlike Nintendo's Super Mario World, except that it's significantly more dull and frustrating. Read review

Specs: Everyone, Titus Software, Action, General Action, 1 Player

Top Gun: Firestorm Advance (Game Boy Advance) Reviewed on January 1, 1972 Check prices
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Top Gun: Firestorm Advance (Game Boy Advance)

Specs: Everyone, Titus Software, Simulation, Scrolling Shooter

Incredible Crisis (PlayStation) Reviewed on October 19, 2000 Check prices
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Incredible Crisis (PlayStation)

The Bottom Line: With its great cast of characters, fun story, and toe-tapping soundtrack, Incredible Crisis provides an incredibly satisfying, albeit incredibly short, video game experience. Read review

Specs: Teen, Polygon Magic, Action, 1-2 Players

Planet Monsters (Game Boy Advance) Reviewed on January 31, 2002 Check prices
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Planet Monsters (Game Boy Advance)

The Bottom Line: Planet Monsters doesn't bring much to this already well-established genre. Read review

Specs: Everyone, Planet Interactive, Action, General Action

Stunt GP (PlayStation 2) Reviewed on November 20, 2001 Check prices
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Stunt GP (PlayStation 2)

The Bottom Line: Aside from its amusing track design and decent customization elements, there really isn't anything much there in regard to actual compelling gameplay. Read review

Specs: Everyone, Team 17, Driving, 1-2 Players

Virtual Kasparov (Game Boy Advance) Reviewed on January 1, 1972 Check prices
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Virtual Kasparov (Game Boy Advance)

Specs: Everyone, Titus Software, Board Games, Board Games

Hercules: The Legendary Journeys (Nintendo 64)

Specs: Teen, Player 1, Adventure

Top Gun: Combat Zones (GameCube) Reviewed on January 1, 1972 Check prices
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Top Gun: Combat Zones (GameCube)

Specs: Everyone, Titus Software, Simulation, Modern Jet Flight Sim, Modern, 1 Player

Superman 64 (Nintendo 64) Reviewed on June 8, 1999 Check prices
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Superman 64 (Nintendo 64)

The Bottom Line: It serves no purpose other than to firmly establish the bottom of the barrel. Read review

Specs: Everyone, Titus Software, Adventure, General Adventure, 1-4 Players

Quest for Camelot (Game Boy Color) Reviewed on January 1, 1972 Check prices
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Quest for Camelot (Game Boy Color)

Specs: Everyone, Titus Software, Adventure

Downforce (PlayStation 2) Reviewed on July 4, 2002 Check prices
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Downforce (PlayStation 2)

The Bottom Line: It's too bad that Downforce is as simple as it is. It's a very fun game to play, but there really isn't much to it. Read review

Specs: Everyone, SmartDog, Driving, Futuristic Racing, Sci-Fi, 1-2 Players

Virtual Kasparov (PlayStation) Reviewed on January 1, 1972 Check prices
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Virtual Kasparov (PlayStation)

Specs: Everyone, Titus Software, Action, 1-2 Players

Roadsters (Dreamcast) Reviewed on April 11, 2000 Check prices
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Roadsters (Dreamcast)

The Bottom Line: Totally unrealistic physics, generic track design, and a vehicle list devoid of anything but topless roadsters make this a game to be avoided by the casual arcade-racing fan. Read review

Specs: Everyone, Player 1, Driving, Arcade Racing, 1-2 Players

Top Gun: Combat Zones (PlayStation 2) Reviewed on October 31, 2001 Check prices
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Top Gun: Combat Zones (PlayStation 2)

The Bottom Line: Top Gun: Combat Zones lacks the value and longevity of better games in its field. Read review

Specs: Everyone, Titus Software, Simulation, Modern Jet Flight Sim, Modern, 1 Player

Blues Brothers 2000 (Nintendo 64) Reviewed on February 13, 2001 Check prices
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Blues Brothers 2000 (Nintendo 64)

The Bottom Line: The 3D-action category is a competitive one on the Nintendo 64, and Blues Brothers lacks any special features that would make it noteworthy. Read review

Specs: Everyone, Player 1, Adventure, General Adventure

Rival Realms (PC)

Specs: Everyone, Digital Integration, Strategy, General Strategy

Barbarian (PlayStation 2) Reviewed on July 4, 2002 Check prices
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Barbarian (PlayStation 2)

The Bottom Line: Uninteresting characters, a poor storyline, and some problems with its gameplay mechanics serve to bring Barbarian down. Read review

Specs: Teen, Saffire, Action, 1-4 Players

Prehistorik Man (Game Boy Advance) Reviewed on February 1, 2002 Check prices
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Prehistorik Man (Game Boy Advance)

The Bottom Line: At best, Prehistorik Man is a weekend diversion from the GBA's more substantial fare. Read review

Specs: Everyone, Titus Software, Action, General Action, 1 Player

Evil Zone (PlayStation) Reviewed on February 11, 1999 Check prices
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Evil Zone (PlayStation)

The Bottom Line: Evil Zone is a refreshing surprise from a development team not known for fighting games. Read review

Specs: Teen, Blue Sky Software, Action, General Action, 1-2 Players

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