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Caesars Palace II (Game Boy Color)

Specs: Everyone, Runecraft, Gambling

Casper (Game Boy Color) Reviewed on June 13, 2000 Check prices
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Casper (Game Boy Color)

The Bottom Line: For children from age 5 to 12, many fun hours of friendly haunting await. For adolescents and adults, however, there are better choices in the genre. Read review

Specs: Everyone, Interplay, Role-Playing, General Role-Playing

VR Sports Powerboat Racing (PC)

Specs: Games - racing / driving, Racing / driving - snow / water, Realistic

Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance (Xbox) Reviewed on October 29, 2002 Check prices
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Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance (Xbox)

The Bottom Line: If you either don't have a PS2 or overlooked Dark Alliance last year, then you shouldn't miss this opportunity to get what's easily one of the finest action RPGs ever made. Read review

Specs: Teen, Snowblind Studios, Role-Playing, Action RPG, 1-2 Players

Forgotten Realms: The Archives - Collection One (PC)

Specs: Black Isle Studios, Role-Playing

RLH (Xbox) Reviewed on April 3, 2003 Check prices
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RLH (Xbox)

The Bottom Line: RLH is a game that simply wasn't good when it was first released, and even with slightly better graphics, a new level, and Xbox Live content, it still isn't a good game. Read review

Specs: Mature, Digital Mayhem, Adventure, Third-Person Shooter, Sci-Fi, 1 Player

Freespace: Silent Threat (PC)

Specs: Volition Inc.

Icewind Dale II (PC) Small Box Reviewed on September 7, 2002 Check prices
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Icewind Dale II (PC) Small Box

The Bottom Line: Like its predecessor, Icewind Dale II is simply a great role-playing game. Read review

Specs: Teen, Black Isle Studios, Role-Playing, PC-style RPG

Icewind Dale: The Ultimate Collection (PC) Reviewed on January 1, 1972 Check prices
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Icewind Dale: The Ultimate Collection (PC)

Specs: Teen, Black Isle Studios

Tempest X3 (PlayStation) Reviewed on December 1, 1996 Check prices
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Tempest X3 (PlayStation)

The Bottom Line: Tempest X3 just isn't worth the money. Read review

Specs: Everyone, High Voltage Software, Action, Static Shooter, 1-2 Players

VR Baseball 99 (PlayStation) Reviewed on June 24, 1998 Check prices
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VR Baseball 99 (PlayStation)

The Bottom Line: The game just doesn't have the polished look of Triple Play or MLB. Read review

Specs: Everyone, VR Sports, Sports, Baseball Sim, 1-2 Players

Cyberia (PlayStation) Reviewed on January 1, 1972 Check prices
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Cyberia (PlayStation)

Specs: Teen, Xatrix, Action, 1 Player

Pro Pinball: The Web (PC) Reviewed on September 26, 1996 Check prices
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Pro Pinball: The Web (PC)

The Bottom Line: Pro Pinball is one of the most realistic pinball simulations in the computer gaming circuit. Read review

Specs: Empire Interactive, Pinball, 1 Player

FreeSpace 2 (PC) Reviewed on October 15, 1999 Check prices
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FreeSpace 2 (PC)

The Bottom Line: FreeSpace 2 is one of the best space sims ever made and is a solid candidate for game of the year. Read review

Specs: Everyone, Volition Inc., Simulation, Small Spaceship Sim, Sci-Fi, 1-8 Players

ClayFighter 63 1/3 (Nintendo 64) Reviewed on November 14, 1997 Check prices
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ClayFighter 63 1/3 (Nintendo 64)

The Bottom Line: ClayFighter 63 1/3 goes right back to boring players to tears. Read review

Specs: Teen, Danger Productions, Action, 2D Fighting, 1-2 Players

Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel (PlayStation 2) Reviewed on January 10, 2004 Check prices
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Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel (PlayStation 2)

The Bottom Line: It's basically a simple, mildly entertaining, and somewhat uneven quasi-futuristic dungeon crawl for one or two players. Read review

Specs: Mature, Interplay, Role-Playing, Action RPG, 1-2 Players

Activision Anthology: Remix Edition (Macintosh)

Specs: Activision, Compilation

Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel (Xbox) Reviewed on January 16, 2004 Check prices
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Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel (Xbox)
  • CNET Editor rating:
    3.5 stars Very good
      Overall score: 7.3 (3.5 stars)
  • Average user rating: 2.5 stars out of 1 review

The Bottom Line: It's basically a simple, mildly entertaining, and somewhat uneven quasi-futuristic dungeon crawl for one or two players. Read review

Specs: Mature, Interplay, Role-Playing, Action RPG, 1-2 Players

MDK 2 (PlayStation 2)

Specs: Games - action, Action - third person shooter, Fantasy

Atlantis: The Lost Tales (PC) Reviewed on October 23, 1997 Check prices
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Atlantis: The Lost Tales (PC)

The Bottom Line: Even veteran adventurers can expect 20 hours or more of gameplay from Atlantis,but that's only because of the sorry save-game feature and the obtuse puzzles. Read review

Specs: Cryo Interactive

RLH (PlayStation 2) Reviewed on October 9, 2002 Check prices
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RLH (PlayStation 2)

The Bottom Line: Despite its lengthy development cycle, RLH still feels rushed and incomplete. Read review

Specs: Mature, Digital Mayhem, Adventure, First-Person Adventure, Sci-Fi, 1 Player

Gekido (PlayStation) Reviewed on June 1, 2000 Check prices
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Gekido (PlayStation)

The Bottom Line: With inviting gameplay and an abundance of hidden characters, Gekido is worthy of the acclaim given to Streets of Rage 2, Guardian Heroes, or Die Hard Arcade, provided you're a fan of the genre. Read review

Specs: Teen, Naps Team, Action, General Action, 1-4 Players

MDK2 (Dreamcast) Reviewed on April 3, 2000 Check prices
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MDK2 (Dreamcast)

The Bottom Line: Despite its few flaws, MDK 2 is a great first effort by BioWare, and it's a better game than the original. Read review

Specs: Teen, BioWare, Action, General Action, 1 Player

Star Trek: Judgment Rites (PC) Reviewed on January 1, 1972 Check prices
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Star Trek: Judgment Rites (PC)

Specs: Everyone, Interplay, Adventure

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