Microsoft Xbox - Released - November 17, 2005
America's Army: Rise of a Soldier is the Xbox version of the tactical first-person shooter developed in conjunction with the US Army. You can create a soldier and advance him or her through an army career from recruit to leader of a Special Forces team. America's Army: Rise of a Soldier also includes online multiplayer, so you can battle up to 16 players over the Internet.
Microsoft Xbox - Released - February 28, 2006
Final Fight: Streetwise is a 3D beat-'em-up produced by Capcom, released in North America and the PAL region for the PlayStation 2 and Xbox in 2006. It is a spin-off of the original Final Fight developed by the American team of Capcom Production Studio 8 (the developers of Final Fight Revenge and the Maximo series). The game returned the series to its beat'em up roots, casting players as Kyle Travers, brother of Cody from the first game. Series regulars Haggar and Guy also make appearances in the game's story mode, which has Kyle battling a maniacal priest named Father Bella and the illegal drug "glow."
Microsoft Xbox 360 - Released - October 14, 2008
Beast Rider is the first Golden Axe game in 3D as opposed to side scrolling hack and slash. While this is a major shift in game style from the previous games, Beast Rider maintains many of the elements from the originals such as magic and riding beasts, as well as sending the player on a quest to defeat Death Adder.
Sony Playstation 3 - Released - October 14, 2008
Golden Axe delivers action-RPG thrills as a small band of Riders embark on an epic adventure to recruit allies, expose the enemy and prevent the annihilation of their breed. Delivering an intense and unique combat experience, players charge into battle on the backs of ferocious beasts or take their chances with the enemy while on foot. Fighting skill, wits and even magic are all called into action as players immerse themselves in the struggle to defeat an evil intent on enslaving the remains of civilization.
Sony Playstation 3 - Released - May 2, 2008
Iron Man is a 2008 video game based on the film of the same name as well as the classic iterations of the character. It was released on May 2, 2008 to coincide with the release of the film in cinemas. The game is published by Sega, and was released on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 (developed by Secret Level), PlayStation 2, PlayStation Portable, Nintendo DS, Wii, Microsoft Windows (developed by Artificial Mind and Movement) and Mobile platforms. The enemies are Advanced Idea Mechanics, the Maggia and the Ten Rings terrorist group. The supervillains in the game includes Blacklash, Controller, Titanium Man, Melter, and Iron Monger. A significant feature has Robert Downey, Jr., Terrence Howard and Shaun Toub reprising their roles from the film.
Microsoft Xbox 360 - Released - May 2, 2008
Mostly based on the 2008 movie Iron Man, this videogame of the one-man-army hero has been released for seven different platforms. The game of Iron Man puts you under the skin of Tony Stark. He is a billionaire weapon-industrialist and genius inventor who, after being kidnapped by terrorists who want to force him to build weapons for them, builds an armor instead to escape. Since then, he decided to stop producing weapons and keeps on working on the suit to fight them back. The games take the story further, giving the player the chance to go through more than 12 different missions and even fight villains that do not appear on the movie, like Whiplash and Titanium Man. All this is shown through cinematics between every mission and use the voices of actors of the movie like Robert Downey Jr. and Terrence Howard. By foot or by air, with the first armor at the beginning and in the characteristic red and gold suit later, using range weapons or melee attacks, the game features Stark fighting with armies of soldiers, tanks, helicopters, canons, etc. with the help of an array of upgradeable weapons like missiles, micro-grenades, repulsive shots, EMP blasts, a flame thrower and the powerful "Unibeam". Both the weapons and the suit (propulsion and armor systems) are upgradeable, and there are many special armors from the comics to unlock in most of the versions. Upgrades can be get making money by completing missions.
Microsoft Xbox - Released - November 26, 2001
Star Wars Starfighter, Special Edition combines LucasArts-quality air and space combat with the power of Xbox. Building on the Starfighter title, this edition adds five bonus operations to the original's 14-plus missions, a new two-player dogfighting mode, expanded two-player racing and capture-the-flag play, and enhanced graphics. Inspired by the motion picture Star Wars: Episode I, The Phantom Menace, this game puts you on a mission to save Naboo from invasion by the treacherous Trade Federation. Courage, skill, and honor are the qualities you'll need to triumph over evil and pilot through intense air and space combat. May the Force be with you, young starfighter pilot. As in the original, you play as one of three pilots, each with a different ship. Rhys, a cocky Naboo pilot-in-training, flies a Naboo N-1 starfighter. It's quick, agile, adept at dogfighting, and armed with proton torpedoes, laser cannons, and deflector shields. Vana, a Naboo expatriate, roams the galaxy as a gun-for-hire. Her ultra-fast ship has stealth capabilities, sensors, tracking devices, and an array of weaponry. Nym, an alien pirate, lives a Robin Hood-like existence in the shadows of the Naboo system. His starship comes outfitted with powerful bombs, lasers, a rotating turret gun, and heavy shielding.