The Bottom Line: In all, Men In Black isn't a bad game, but it isn't entirely exciting. Read review
Specs: Everyone, Crave
Specs: Everyone, The Code Monkeys, Sports, Skating
Specs: Everyone, Crave, Puzzle, 1-2 Players
The Bottom Line: Strike Force Bowling attempts to combine zany locales with tried-and-true bowling mechanics, but the game lacks substance and ultimately won't please bowling fans, be they hardcore or casual. Read review
Specs: Everyone, Crave, Sports, 1-4 Players
Specs: Everyone, Human Soft, Action, 1 Player
The Bottom Line: Tokyo Xtreme Racer Advance is an accurate rendition of the console Tokyo Xtreme Racer games. Read review
Specs: Everyone, David A. Palmer Productions, Driving, 1 Player
Specs: Everyone, Electronics Application, Driving, 1-4 Players
Specs: Everyone, Crawfish Interactive, Sports, Skateboarding
Specs: Everyone, David A. Palmer Productions, Action
Specs: Everyone, Full Fat, Action
The Bottom Line: Seasoned fans of the freestyle sports genre will whip through Razor Freestyle Scooter in an afternoon, no questions asked. Read review
Specs: Everyone, Titanium Studios, Sports, General Action
Specs: Everyone, Realtime Associates, Compilation, Compilation
The Bottom Line: More like Dave Mirra BMX Challenged. Read review
Specs: Everyone, Left Field Productions, Driving, 1-4 Players
The Bottom Line: People looking for a multiplayer poker game for the DS should jump on this one. Solo players, meanwhile, will need to take a few nagging design flaws into consideration. Read review
Specs: Everyone, Sensory Sweep, Gambling, Gambling, 1-6 Players
Specs: Everyone, Genki, Driving
The Bottom Line: The game itself isn't terrible, but unless you are absolutely aching to exercise the online capabilities of your Dreamcast, there is really no reason to pick up this game. Read review
Specs: Everyone, Blue Planet Software, Puzzle, General Action
Specs: Everyone, Vision Scape, Driving
The Bottom Line: Silly music and controller headaches aside, Intellivision Lives! does a fine job of compiling a huge number of games into one package and presents them in an easy-to-pick-up manner. Read review
Specs: Everyone, Realtime Associates, Compilation, Compilation, 1-6 Players
The Bottom Line: It nails some of the key points of the drift-racing genre, but Tokyo Xtreme Racer DRIFT lacks practically every other component needed to make an exciting racing game. Read review
Specs: Everyone, Genki, Driving, 1-2 Players
Specs: Everyone, Crave, Adventure, 1 Player
The Bottom Line: There's really no shortage of games that pull off the action sports formula with more style and enthusiasm, making Whirl Tour somewhat irrelevant. Read review
Specs: Everyone, Papaya Studios, Sports, Biking, 1-2 Players
The Bottom Line: This motion-controlled bowling game is a passable re-creation of the sport provided you ignore its optional Move support. Read review
Specs: Everyone, Farsight Studios, Sports
The Bottom Line: While this title isn't going to win any awards, it's a satisfying way to spend some free time. Read review
Specs: Everyone, Aqua Pacific, Action, General Action, 1 Player
Specs: Everyone, Crave, Puzzle
Specs: Everyone, AndNow Interactive, Action, 1 Player
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