The Bottom Line: This should truly be awesome...and it is - if you have the recommended Pentium 166. Read review
Specs: Everyone, Electronic Arts
Specs: Mature, Pandemic Studios, Action
The Bottom Line: While The Road to Rome isn't the most ambitious expansion pack ever made, it makes a great game even better. Read review
Specs: Teen, Digital Illusions, Action, First-Person Shooter, Historic, 1-64 Players
The Bottom Line: Mirror's Edge offers occasional thrills, provided that you can look past some awkward stumbles. Read review
Specs: Teen, EA DICE, Action, Action - adventure, 1 Player
Specs: EA Sports, Sports, Sports - golf simulation, Realistic
The Bottom Line: On the track, the already incredible racing experience of last year's installment, F1 2002, is incrementally better this time around. Read review
Specs: Everyone, Electronic Arts, Driving, Formula One Racing, 1-8 Players
The Bottom Line: In Crusader, only one thing is important: things blow up real good. Read review
Specs: Mature, Electronic Arts
The Bottom Line: Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2004 is quite probably the most entertaining and enjoyable golf game ever released. Read review
Specs: Everyone, Headgate, Sports, Golf Sim, Realistic, 1-8 Players
Specs: Games - strategy / tactics / wargame, Strategy / tactics / wargame - city building, Science-fiction
Specs: Everyone (6+), Maxis, Games - strategy / tactics / wargame, Strategy / tactics / wargame - city building, Realistic
The Bottom Line: While some of Makin' Magic's more-colorful additions seem a bit out of place, this final expansion pack adds plenty of new things for you and your sims to do. Read review
Specs: Teen, Maxis, Strategy, Virtual Life, 1 Player
The Bottom Line: Tiger Woods 2003 is prettier, more exciting, and more involving than any other golf game on the market and can rightfully claim its place alone at the top of the PC golfing leaderboard. Read review
The Bottom Line: Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2002 is a game that's authentic enough for hard-core fans, yet one that even newbies can quickly grasp and enjoy. Read review
The Bottom Line: If you've ever enjoyed The Sims at least a little, you'll probably find Unleashed to be a worthwhile add-on. Read review
Specs: Teen, Maxis, Strategy, Virtual Life, Realistic, 1 Player
The Bottom Line: For now, The Sims Online lacks many of the options that made the original game so intriguing, and doesn't really replace them. Read review
Specs: Teen, Maxis, Role-Playing, Massively Multiplayer Online, Modern
The Bottom Line: Bigger and better than its predecessor, Moto Racer 2 offers more tracks, more bikes, and a custom track-editing feature that seriously enhances the game's replay value. Read review
Specs: K-A, Delphine Software International
Specs: RP, Ghost Games, Driving
The Bottom Line: The latest Sims game is also the greatest, striking a terrific balance between the fresh and the familiar. Read review
Specs: Teen, The Sims Studio, Virtual Life, Miscellaneous - virtual life, Realistic
The Bottom Line: Try to become the most notorious street racer alive. Read review
Specs: Teen, Black Box, Driving, Racing / driving - GT/street, Realistic, 1 Player
The Bottom Line: Update to FIFA 2006 focusing on the World Cup tournament itself. Read review
Specs: Everyone, EA Canada, Sports, Sports - soccer simulation, Realistic, 1-8 Players
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