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4x4 Evo

4x4 Evo

Sega Dreamcast - Released - October 29, 2000

4x4 Evo is a racing game featuring real-life pickup trucks and SUV's. Actual trucks from manufacturers such as Chevrolet, Ford, Dodge, Nissan, Toyota and more are included. The actual racing game is based very heavily on Terminal Reality's Monster Truck Madness series of games, except with SUV's instead of monster trucks. One significant feature of 4x4 Evo is the online multi-player option. The Dreamcast, PC, and Macintosh versions can compete against each other in 4 player online races. In addition to the on-line mode of play, there is a single player career mode. The career mode gives you a small allotment of money with which to purchase a truck. You then can compete in races to earn more money for more trucks or performance parts for your current truck.

4x4 Evo

4x4 Evo

Windows - Released - October 29, 2000

A dynamic sim racer featuring rugged, customizable 4X4 vehicles. It's the first third-party game with online capabilities that will support connections between Sega Dreamcast, Mac, or PC versions, allowing players to compete head-to-head with one another regardless of platform.

4x4 Evo 2

4x4 Evo 2

Nintendo GameCube - Released - September 9, 2002

4x4 EVO 2 is a Racing game in which the general point of the gameplay is to cross the finish line before all of the other vehicles. The courses are primarily in extreme environments such as deserts, canyons, and other off-road locales. Players are allowed to customize their vehicle to their liking with a variety of engine, suspension, wheels, tires, and other aftermarket parts and modifications.

4x4 Evo 2

4x4 Evo 2

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - November 4, 2003

4x4 Evo 2 is a sequel to the 2000 release 4x4 Evolution. This game is very similar to it's predecessor, but now it appears on newer platforms, and has more trucks, and many more tracks. The trucks in this game are licensed likenesses of trucks you may see driving down the streets of suburban America. You can purchase a truck in career mode, and then trick it out with custom parts to turn it into an off-road monster. The career mode from 4x4 Evo is again the main focus of 4x4 Evo 2. This time, crazy missions provide for an alternative to the races found in the rest of the game. For example, you may find yourself using your truck to track down lost gold, or locate misplaced outhouses.

Æon Flux

Æon Flux

Microsoft Xbox - Released - November 15, 2005

Aeon Flux is a sci-fi action game based on the movie that is based on the MTV series of the same name. Charlize Theron stars as the underground operative Aeon Flux. You can use Aeon's acrobatic fighting techniques and futuristic weapons to battle through landscapes inspired by the movie. The game also features a variety of futuristic gadgets and a style meter that help you complete objectives as you move through seven single-player chapters.

Alien Odyssey

Alien Odyssey

MS-DOS - Released - 1995

You were just taking a regular old trip to an alien planet, when a big war happened to break out. Now, you're caught in the midst of a raging battle between the planet's native life form and a race called the Dak. The only chance you have of escaping safely is by helping the locals win the fight, so suit up, and come out with your guns blazing. This long-form adventure has no shortage of action to keep you on the edge of your seat, the puzzles are many, and the graphics are before their time.

Billiard

Arcade - Released - 1988

A one player sports game published by Terminal Software in 1988, developed by Terminal Reality.

Blair Witch Volume I: Rustin Parr

Blair Witch Volume I: Rustin Parr

Windows - Released - October 3, 2000

Blair Witch, Volume I: Rustin Parr, the first of three games based on Blair Witch folklore, takes its name from a character mentioned only briefly in the movie. Parr was arrested for the ritualistic murders of seven children in 1941. You play as Elspeth "Doc" Holliday, an agent for a secret government agency called "Spookhouse". She is dispatched to Burkittsville, Maryland weeks after Parr's execution to see if there is any truth to the claims of supernatural forces at work there. By day Elspeth will talk to the locals, attempting to befriend them and get any useful information about the investigation out of them. At night she will travel through the expansive woods surrounding Burkittsville, dispatching a never ending swarm of monsters as she searches for more clues as to the source of the aberrations. As an agent of Spookhouse Elspeth has access to a wide range of advanced weaponry that ghosts and monsters are vulnerable to, but often it is better to run than fight.

BloodRayne

BloodRayne

Nintendo GameCube - Released - October 15, 2002

BloodRayne is a third-person action title starring a secret operative whose mission is to wipe out opposing threats to world security. As female agent BloodRayne, players will be able to tap into her natural talents for hunting down enemies by using her traits as both a human and vampire. Armed with two wrist-mounted silver blades, Rayne can slice and dice would-be assailants as well as throw projectiles or use various firearms. BloodRayne's primary mission will take her to an underground temple in South America, where it is rumored an elite group is trying to unite three parts of an ancient talisman to control the world. As she fights to prevent this, BloodRayne will need to consume the blood of her victims to sustain her life and increase her power. To fight her, the supernatural enemies will plan ambushes or call for reinforcements if the odds are not in their favor. As BloodRayne becomes more proficient at killing, her abilities will increase as well. Talents include speed, agility, vision, and the ability to slow time to attack multiple enemies at once. The amount of blood she drinks also makes her stronger, beginning with Bloodlust and culminating in Bloodrage. Cinematic cut-scenes highlight certain actions for dramatic effect as well as further the story as the operative gets closer to her goal.

BloodRayne

BloodRayne

Microsoft Xbox - Released - October 15, 2002

The game begins in 1933, in a place where it appears that the people believe in vampires, as all the doors and windows show crosses. It shows a man and woman running down a street. The woman trips, and the man pauses long enough to help her up, only to be dragged into a dark alleyway by a chain. His head is thrown from an alley at the woman's feet, with Rayne walking calmly up to the woman. The woman seemingly breaks down crying, but in fact only hides her face to reveal she is in fact a vampire. After a brief fight, Rayne decapitates her and then takes off before a small army of vampires tries to catch her off guard. She drops a grenade on their position as she leaves. On top of the buildings, two mysterious men, who were watching the events unfold the whole time, are discussing their reason for being here. One reveals they are here to recruit Rayne, who is trying to find where her father is. The other member does not want a Dhampir with the Brimstone society, regardless of the fact that she is only half-vampire and has fewer weaknesses, as the Society is trying to rid the world of Vampires (and presumably people with Vampire blood in them). Eventually they agree to recruit Rayne, and leave a necklace with their symbol on it (as seen on the game cover).

BloodRayne

BloodRayne

Windows - Released - September 9, 2003

In the years between the World Wars, Agent BloodRayne works as a killing machine for The Brimstone Society--a top secret fraternity that hunts down and destroys supernatural threats. Two missions, five years apart, turn out to be connected by one man. For years, this man has been searching the world for powerful occult relics to bring Germany into a new age of domination. Rayne must face his elite Nazi army and prevent them from releasing horrific creatures in their quest for the artifacts. Starring the super-sexy, super-lethal, supernatural heroine BloodRayne, this original action horror game unleashed the red headed dhampir on the world.

BloodRayne 2

BloodRayne 2

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - October 12, 2004

In the FMV, Rayne is first seen staring at a place on fire. The next scene happens before the fire. Rayne is seen entering a library (called Blood library), with a few Nazis inside. Knowing Kagan is here (who is an influential Nazi collaborator), she declares she is here to kill him. Kagan notices she is here, but is not moved by her presence. He knows it is his offspring (but does not know her name), but says she smells "tainted", asking who was her mother. He does not know her mothers name, saying he is "terrible with names", but does not care, knowing she died with her family. He appears pre-occupied, looking for something. He finds what he was looking for, called the "Vesper Shard". Knowing Rayne still wants to kill him, he then brings Professor Trumain up from the floor, severely beaten, showing his own small intestine around his neck. Kagan knows that they know each other, and that Trumain "stole" yet another offspring from him. During his talk, he speculates that the Brimstone Society knew the Vesper Shard's powers, and was eventually going to kill their Vampire allies such as Rayne. Trumain then pulls out a detonator, first giving time for Rayne to run, then detonates the grenade.

BloodRayne 2

BloodRayne 2

Microsoft Xbox - Released - October 13, 2004

BloodRayne 2 is an action hack and slash video game and the second game in the BloodRayne series. It does not follow on directly from where BloodRayne finished; instead, it takes place 60 and 70 years later in a contemporary 2000's setting.

BloodRayne 2

BloodRayne 2

Windows - Released - August 2, 2005

BloodRayne is a dhampir, born from the unnatural union of vampire and human. Blessed with the powers of a vampire but cursed with the thirst for blood and a weakness to sunlight, Rayne is challenged with her most personal battle yet as she hunts down her siblings. They have banded together and pledged to carry on their father's legacy of creating a new era of vampire supremacy where humans are mere cattle. Rayne's siblings have created 'The Shroud,' a mysterious substance that will render the sun's lethal rays harmless to vampires. Now only BloodRayne stands between an unsuspecting humanity and a horrifying vampire dawn.

BloodRayne 2: Terminal Cut

BloodRayne 2: Terminal Cut

Windows - Released - November 20, 2020

BloodRayne is a dhampir, born from the unnatural union of vampire and human. Blessed with the powers of a vampire but cursed with the unquenchable thirst for blood and a weakness to sunlight, Rayne is challenged with her most personal battle yet as she hunts down her siblings. They have banded together and pledged to carry on their father's legacy of creating a new era of vampire supremacy where humans are mere cattle. With new acrobatic movements and rail sliding, fast-paced blade and gun combat, fatal finishing moves, more dhampir powers like time control, and an extensive combo system, BloodRayne 2 is a brutally satisfying continuation of the iconic series. Features and enhancements of the Terminal Cut edition, created by the game’s original development team: • Support for higher display resolutions (up to 4K / 3840x2160). • Upscaled cinematic videos • Support for modern gamepads (XInput) • Improved rendering with up to 4x anti-aliasing • Improved lighting with higher resolution light maps • Support for higher texture resolutions allowing for use of original, uncompressed textures • Improvements to visual effects and reflections

BloodRayne: Terminal Cut

BloodRayne: Terminal Cut

Windows - Released - November 20, 2020

In the years between the World Wars, Agent BloodRayne works as a killing machine for The Brimstone Society – a top secret fraternity that hunts down and destroys supernatural threats. Two missions, five years apart, turn out to be connected by one man. For years, this man has been searching the world for powerful occult relics to bring about a new age of domination for the Third Reich. In this frenetic and bloody third-person shooter that unleashed the iconic red-headed femme fatale on the world, the dhampir Rayne faces horrific creatures, hordes of soldiers with an array of tools and firepower, and every Nazi officer that stands between her and the one she must stop. Features and enhancements of the Terminal Cut edition, created by the game’s original development team: • Support for higher display resolutions (up to 4K / 3840x2160). • Upscaled cinematic videos • Support for modern gamepads (XInput) • Improved rendering with up to 4x anti-aliasing • Support for higher texture resolutions allowing for use of original, uncompressed textures • Improvements to effects such as reflections, water, fog, and shadows

BlowOut

BlowOut

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - October 28, 2003

BlowOut is a 2003 side-scrolling action video game developed by Terminal Reality and published by Majesco Entertainment, released for the GameCube, PlayStation 2, Xbox, and Microsoft Windows. It is a run-and-gun shoot-em-up in the tradition of games such as Contra and Metal Slug, with a power-up-based exploration structure akin to Metroid. In the game, the player takes the role of John "Dutch" Cane, a space marine sent to check up on researchers on the space platform "Honour Guard" only to discover that they have been horribly mutated.

Def Jam Rapstar

Def Jam Rapstar

Sony Playstation 3 - Released - October 5, 2010

Def Jam Rapstar is a music video game based on rapping, developed by 4mm Games and Terminal Reality. It was released on October 5, 2010 in North America and on November 26, 2010 in Europe. Def Jam Rapstar is a rap-themed karaoke game. The game uses radio versions of all its tracks to secure a Teen rating by the ESRB. Players are not penalized for cursing, but it is not a required part of the game. There are two modes, Career and Party modes. The Career mode is in five stages. Each stage has eight tracks for the player to master, including a New Song Challenge which is unlocked as the player progresses through the stage. The Party mode allows players to simply pick an individual song and perform it.

Fury 3

Fury 3

Windows - August 31, 1995

In Fury 3, one of the earliest games native to Windows 95, you pilot a fighter spacecraft and shoot lots of bad guys. It's fast paced, and there isn't a whole lot more to it. But that's ok, because, for the era, it was quite good, and it's still fun today.

Ghostbusters: The Video Game

Ghostbusters: The Video Game

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - June 16, 2009

An official sequel to the two Ghostbusters movies, Ghostbusters: The Video Game puts the player in control of Rookie, the unnamed newest member of the Ghostbusters. Shortly after being hired a mysterious ghostly shock wave flows through New York City, prompting the Ghostbusters to begin an investigation. Over the course of the game they will return to many locations from the movies and meet returning characters as well as some new locations and characters. As the rookie the player must explore levels to find and capture any ghosts while being assisted by fellow Ghostbusters following you. A ghost must first be weakened using any of the proton pack weapon modes it is vulnerable to, then by dragging the stunned ghost to a trap placed by the player or their teammates. Other enemy types must be defeated by first revealing a weak point and then pulling it out with the proton pack's blast stream, or by simply dealing enough damage to the enemy. If the Rookie takes too much damage themselves they will be knocked unconscious, and their allies will attempt to get to them and help them back up. The Rookie can do the same if any of their allies are knocked unconscious, and if all current members of the team are knocked down the game will return to the last checkpoint. Information about enemies and objects in the world can be obtained by scanning them, and concept art for the entries can be added by finding hidden pages in the levels. The Rookie receives upgrades to their proton pack automatically over the course of the game, and by finding enough scanner entries they can increase their health. Ghostbusters: The Video Game on the Wii and PS2 shares the same story, level settings, and most of the dialogue of the XBOX360/PS3/Windows version, but it also has several departures. Levels are condensed, redesigned, and occasionally completely removed. The art assets were changed to a cartoon-like style, and some bosses were redesigned as a result. While this version lacks an online mode, the Wii release does allow two players to play through story mode in co-op, something impossible in the high definition version. Finally the player has the option of playing a female Rookie, although this has no impact on the story (and some characters still refer to the Rookie as being male).

Ghostbusters: The Video Game

Ghostbusters: The Video Game

Windows - Released - June 16, 2009

Who ya gonna call? The game is a third-person shooter, placing players in the role of an original character simply known as "Rookie" (also called 'Rook', 'Newbie' and similar names by the Ghostbusters), a new recruit to the Ghostbusters team. Players control Rookie's movements as he explores the environments of each level, seeking out paranormal activities and ghosts, either alone or with up to all four of the other Ghostbusters. Players can switch to a first-person perspective by equipping the Rookie with the PKE Meter and goggles. In this mode, paranormal items are highlighted and the PKE Meter will help direct players to ghosts or haunted artifacts. Players can scan these elements to gain more information about them and receive a monetary reward. Weapons cannot be used in this mode.

Ghostbusters: The Video Game

Ghostbusters: The Video Game

Microsoft Xbox 360 - Released - June 16, 2009

Ghostbusters: The Video Game follows the player's character as a new recruit in the Ghostbusters, a team of parapsychologists who pursue and capture ghosts. The player is equipped with a "Proton Pack" and a ghost trap to fight and capture ghosts. The game's plot is set two years after Ghostbusters II, around Thanksgiving in 1991, with the Ghostbusters team training the player's character while investigating paranormal activities in New York.

Ghostbusters: The Video Game Remastered

Ghostbusters: The Video Game Remastered

Windows - Released - October 4, 2019

Strap on your proton pack once again and join the Ghostbusters on the adventure with the voice and likeness of the original crew as you battle to save New York! Experience unique ghost hunting, wrangling and trapping with upgradeable weapons in widely destructible environments. Test the team's mettle with large scale boss fights. Play through a unique storyline as the player battles and captures ghosts - both well-loved and brand new - throughout New York.

Ghostbusters: The Video Game Remastered

Ghostbusters: The Video Game Remastered

Microsoft Xbox One - Released - October 4, 2019

The beloved and critically acclaimed Ghostbusters video game is back and remastered for Nintendo Switch! Strap on your proton pack once again and join the Ghostbusters on the adventure with the voice and likeness of the original crew as you battle to save New York! Authentic Ghostbusters Experience - The game features the voices and in-game likenesses of Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Harold Ramis, and Ernie Hudson in an original story penned by the writers of the original films - Dan Aykroyd and Harold Ramis. Unique Gameplay - Experience unique ghost hunting, wrangling, and trapping with upgradeable weapons in widely destructible environments. Test the team's mettle with large-scale boss fights. Storyline Campaign - Play through a unique storyline as the player battles and captures ghosts - both well-loved and brand new - throughout New York.

Hellbender

Windows - Released - August 31, 1996

The player is in control of a prototype spacecraft (the "Hellbender") and must fly it around a map, destroying various targets and reaching checkpoints. The Hellbender has no inertia and thus cannot crash. There are ten weapons available. The Valkyrie and Laser cannons have unlimited ammo, but there are also dumbfire Sledgehammer rockets, homing Viper missiles, and devastating Doomsday mines. Many more weapons are available by collecting power-ups during gameplay.

Kinect Star Wars

Kinect Star Wars

Microsoft Xbox 360 - Released - April 3, 2012

This game requires a Kinect Sensor. Step into Star Wars and experience a new galaxy of physical gameplay. Pilot a starfighter, race speeder bikes and even become the ultimate Jedi. Stomp, roar, grab and throw Stormtroopers as a powerful Rancor Monster, or speed past rivals to become a Podracing champion. Even dance for your life as you entertain Jabba the Hutt and other characters, and enjoy more adventures by yourself or with friends.

Metal Slug Anthology

Metal Slug Anthology

Windows - December 14, 2006

Metal Slug Anthology (called Metal Slug Complete (メタルスラッグコンプリート) in Japan) is a video game compilation for the PlayStation 2, PlayStation Portable, PC and the Wii. The Wii version boasts different controller configurations, most taking advantage of the Wii Remote, but the Classic Controller is not supported. The game also marks the return of SNK Playmore as a third-party developer for a Nintendo console since the SNES era.

Metal Slug Anthology

Metal Slug Anthology

Nintendo Wii - Released - December 14, 2006

The Wii version boasts different controller configurations, most taking advantage of the Wii Remote, but the Classic Controller is not supported. The game also marks the return of SNK Playmore as a third-party developer for a Nintendo console since the SNES era. The graphics are exactly the same as the original versions released on arcade. Cooperative gameplay is enabled on the console versions of the game, so that two people can play together and work as a team.

Metal Slug Anthology

Metal Slug Anthology

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - March 27, 2007

One of the most successful, and fun to play side-scrolling arcade games in history, the Metal Slug series is celebrating its 10th year anniversary with the release of the Metal Slug Anthology. With the Metal Slug Anthology, you will enjoy seven arcade-perfect conversions, including the all-new Metal Slug 6. Metal Slug Anthology is the definitive collection of the intense shooter series. It includes all six of the classic games, all on one disc -- with more ammunition and firepower than ever before. You've got an incredible arsenal waiting for you, from destructive pistols & combat vehicles to a stockpile of grenades. Players' enemy-killing capabilities are upped to off more evil-doers in this 10th anniversary edition of the arcade classics. Includes Metal Slug, Metal Slug 2, Metal Slug X, Metal Slug 3, Metal Slug 4, Metal Slug 5, and Metal Slug 6.

Metal Slug Anthology

Metal Slug Anthology

Sony PSP - February 20, 2007

Metal Slug 1-6 and X are included in the release, and the games have not been altered in any way. This is the same with the characters and abilities, which have all been kept the same. The games themselves are done via emulation of the Neo Geo AES versions, except for Metal Slug 6, which is a port of the arcade version.

Monster Truck Madness

Monster Truck Madness

Windows - Released - October 3, 1996

Microsoft moved beyond Minesweeper and other windowed games after publishing Windows 95, and this was one of their first games, and one of the first to natively support Direct3D. The chaotic world of Monster Truck racing, with its huge jumps and wild slides, provides the basis. It offers straight racing with dirt track, circuit and drag modes, as well as specific challenges such as jumping over cars. The goal is pretty much the same as in any racing game, except you have the option to stray very far from the tracks and find your own shortcuts. You have a selection of eight trucks to handle, and setting them up to suit the track is vital. Also included is multiplayer support, for modem, LAN and internet.

Nocturne

Nocturne

Windows - Released - October 28, 1999

USA, 1933. An ungodly evil inhabits the shadows. Werewolves, vampires, ghouls and flesh-eating zombies lurk in every darkened corner and under every unlit stairwell, their bloodlust sated only when preying on the innocent. As an agent of The Spookhouse, a secret government agency that investigates the forces of darkness and evil, you have one purpose. To seek out and destroy these creatures. And you hunt, as your vile quarry does, at night ... • Hunt and destroy over forty types of foul creature in a wide variety of environments ranging from eerie, mountaing top castles to dank, subterranean temples. • Explore the lairs of the damned through intelligent, cinematic cameras and first-person night-vision goggles. • Brave four individual tales of horrific adventure, each with its own unique characterization and plot. • Experience horror as you have never imagined it by creeping through the most realistic shadows, rolling fog and dramatic lighting ever created.

RoadKill

RoadKill

Microsoft Xbox - Released - October 13, 2003

Long into the future, where the world is a wasteland full of crime and filth, driving is the only way you can survive. RoadKill is the name of the game, where you build a reputation in your suped-up beast machine of a car, driving it through the burned out city scape of Hell County. 30 missions are on offer with various objectives (destroy other cars, kill citizens and build alliances with other clans), with your ultimate goal being the leader of the gang that everyone fears. Weapons and upgrades keep your car ahead of the pack, but to do so you need to search out the parts. Scavenger hunts for blueprints is the only way to do so, building the ultimate weapons while improving the speed and reliability of your machine.

Samurai Shodown Anthology

Samurai Shodown Anthology

Nintendo Wii - Released - July 24, 2008

A compilation of games from the great SNK weapon-based fighting series, Samurai Shodown. Celebrate the history of Samurai Shodown Anthology by battling as one of the greatest Samurai of all time. Seven separate adventures that span across the life of the franchise in this incredible collection. The complete collection of the SAMURAI SHODOWN series contains seven games: Samurai Shodown, I, II, III, IV, V, V Special and VI.

SNK Arcade Classics Vol. 1

SNK Arcade Classics Vol. 1

Sony PSP - Released - April 29, 2008

This compilation includes sixteen classic SNK arcade games on a single disc: Art of Fighting Baseball Stars 2 Burning Fight Fatal Fury King of the Monsters Last Resort Magician Lord Metal Slug Neo Turf Masters Samurai Shodown Sengoku Shock Troopers Super Sidekicks 3 The King of Fighters '94 Top Hunter World Heroes (unlockable game) The games are straight-forward arcade ports, with the addition of certain "goals" for the games, which act like achievements. Clearing these goals unlocks hidden features in the disc, such as artwork, music, move lists (for the fighting games) and gameplay videos (which showcase hidden locations within the games.)

Spy Hunter: Nowhere to Run

Spy Hunter: Nowhere to Run

Windows - September 5, 2006

SpyHunter: Nowhere to Run is an action racing video game developed by Terminal Reality and published by Midway Games released for PlayStation 2 and Xbox in 2006, and for PC in 2009. It is the first (and currently only) installment in the Spy Hunter series to allow the player to play as the character and not only the vehicle. Nowhere to Run was intended to be a tie-in to a movie by the same name. The film got stuck in development hell and the game was released as a stand-alone. The game stars Dwayne Johnson as government agent Alex Decker, who replaces Alec Sects, the "SpyHunter" who was to have been the main character of the movie. Johnson is no longer affiliated with the movie project.

SpyHunter: Nowhere to Run

SpyHunter: Nowhere to Run

Microsoft Xbox - Released - September 5, 2006

SpyHunter: Nowhere to Run is an action racing video game developed by Terminal Reality and published by Midway Games released for PlayStation 2 and Xbox in 2006, and for PC in 2009. It is the first (and currently only) installment in the Spy Hunter series to allow the player to play as the character and not only the vehicle. Nowhere to Run was intended to be a tie-in to a movie by the same name. The film got stuck in development hell and the game was released as a stand-alone. The game stars Dwayne Johnson as government agent Alex Decker, who replaces Alec Sects, the "SpyHunter" who was to have been the main character of the movie. Johnson is no longer affiliated with the movie project.

SpyHunter: Nowhere to Run

SpyHunter: Nowhere to Run

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - September 5, 2006

SpyHunter: Nowhere to Run is a combination of racing/3rd person shooter that stars professional wrestler-come-movie star Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson as spy Alex Decker as he battles the evil organization NOSTRA in its bid for world domination. As in other games in the Spy Hunter series the player pilots the high tech Interceptor, a vehicle heavily equipped with lethal weapons that can also transform into a different vehicle type (i.e. from a car to a boat to a motorcycle) used to fight enemies of a evil nature with similarly equipped vehicles but with less armor than the Interceptor. New to the series is the 3rd person run and gun shooter game play featuring the likeness of said Johnson using firearms and WWE style wrestling moves.

Terminal Velocity: Boosted Edition

Terminal Velocity: Boosted Edition

Windows - Released - March 14, 2023

Terminal Velocity™: Boosted Edition runs the original Terminal Velocity natively on modern systems with the Infernal Engine, rendering the original graphics with an improved HUD for widescreen displays! Climb back into the cockpit! Terminal Velocity™: Boosted Edition is a 360-degree combat flight simulator, featuring a variety of different planets to battle across and a high-powered weapon arsenal to aid you in all of the fast-paced action. In the far future, armadas from surrounding systems have suddenly waged war on Earth. You are a pilot from the Ares Squadron, flying the fastest, most dangerous aircraft ever made. You’re outgunned, outmanned, and strapped inside a flying coffin. Are you ready? Terminal Velocity™: Boosted Edition is more than your routine flight simulator, with combat as the main objective, and a straightforward control layout to thrust you right into the action! Explore nine unique planets, each with three levels, dozens of tunnels, and miles upon miles of terrain to fly over. To support you in battle, you’ll have access to seven destructive spectacular air-to-air and air-to-ground combat scenarios. Features Greatly extended draw distance lets you target enemies from further away while enjoying the sprawling view of the game's landscape Improved sky rendering code reduces polygon jitter Sound channels are now re-engineered to give you the full 360 effect intended by the original code with output on a modern audio system Achievements/Trophies are being implemented into the game for the first time! These challenges will truly test the mettle of all pilots. Fast-paced flight simulator with combat and a straightforward control layout. Nine (9) unique planets, with three (3) levels per planet, dozens of tunnels, and over 400,000 sq. miles of terrain. Seven (7) destructive weapons, multiple power-ups, and spectacular air-to-air and air-to-ground combat. Enemy ships cast translucent shadows. Bank, roll, loop, and thrust bow-first into battles.

The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct

The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct

Nintendo Wii U - Released - March 19, 2013

The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct is a do-whatever-you-need-to-survive first-person action game that brings the deep, character-driven world of AMC's Emmy Award-winning TV series onto console gaming systems and the PC. The game follows the mysterious, crossbow-wielding survivor Daryl Dixon, brought to life by TV series star Norman Reedus, alongside his overbearing brother Merle, voiced by Michael Rooker, on a haunting, unforgiving journey across the Georgia countryside. Players will need to tread carefully on this desperate quest, scrounging for food, water, and ammunition to survive against nightmares both living and undead.

The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct

The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct

Sony Playstation 3 - Released - March 19, 2013

The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct is a single-player post apocalyptic first-person shooter video game developed by Terminal Reality and published by Activision.It is based on and canon to The Walking Dead television series, in contrast to the video game by Telltale Games, which is based on and canon to the comics. The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct acts as a prequel to the TV series; it is set in the Georgia countryside and focuses on Daryl and Merle Dixon as they make their way to Atlanta during the early days of the zombie apocalypse. The critical reception for The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct was unfavourable. Almost every aspect of the game was criticized, including graphics, control and plot.

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