MS-DOS - Released - 1996
3-D Table Sports is a collection of three classic table games adaptations: Foosball (Table Soccer) - You spin, pass, block and score with keyboard and mouse controls. The pole you control will be highlighted in red or gold, and in beginner mode pole switching is automatic to the pole that is nearest to the ball. First player to score 10 points wins. Slamhockey (Air Hockey) - You control the paddle with your mouse, and the first player to score 10 points wins. In battle mode you can cross the halfway line into the adversary side of the table. Power Hoops - A basketball-inspired table...
Nintendo 64 - Released - December 16, 1999
Bassmasters 2000 is a fishing simulation game which counts a total of 4 modes and has a wide variety of customizable options. You can create and save up to 7 anglers through the “Create Angler” option and customize stats such as sex, hair, face, clothes, etc. Other customizable options include “Lake Conditions” (lake location, season, weather, time, etc.), “Boat” (boat model, engine, etc.) and “Tackle” (rod/reel, line, lure, etc.). These are the following modes: •Exhibition - the only mode where every customizable option is available. The objective is to catch up to a certain number of...
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - October 19, 2005
The Bible Game is a Christian-themed party game. There are a variety of trivia questions (from a pool of 1,500) related to the Old Testament. The main two modes are "TV Game Show" and "Challenge Games". The latter lets you choose any mini-game. In the TV Game Show mode players need to buzz in quickly to answer. The game supports up to four players and includes 20 mini-games based on Biblical stories, from Jonah and the Whale to David and Goliath. It also includes music by Christian artists.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - September 17, 2003
BEFORE DIABLO... one warrior stood alone against a kindgom of evil. With a shotgun at your side and vengeance on your mind, step into the boots of Kyle Blackthorne. Single-handedly blast your way through a demonic horde of mutants to defeat the evil Sarlac and free your enslaved people. The fate of the world is in your hands.
Sony Playstation Vita - June 18, 2013
The Jak and Daxter Collection™ features all three best-selling PlayStation®2 classic hits: Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy™, Jak II™ and Jak 3™. This collection follows fan-favorite Jak and his sidekick Daxter through a series of action-packed adventures. The Jak and Daxter Collection™ blends action, shooting, driving, and platforming into one complete package.
Nintendo 64 - Released - November 12, 2000
Professor Pac learns that the witch, Mesmerelda, has seized control of the Enchanted Castle using black magic and from there is planning on stealing all four Gems of Virtue (Generosity; Truth; Wisdom; Courage) to control the "four wonders" (areas of Pac-Land). He creates a device called a Pactrometer which allows Ms. Pac-Man to go to these areas to recover the gems before Mesmerelda can get them first.
Nintendo GameCube - November 24, 2003
The Muppets are starring in their first party game ever! ...and no one knows how to party harder than the Muppets! Join Kermit, Miss Piggy, Animal and many more of your other favorites in this interactive board game complete with 30 action-packed mini-games.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - June 10, 2001
Transport back in time and remember the Golden Age of Video games. Enjoy these memorable classics: Ms. Pac-Man, Galaga, Galaxian, Dig-Dug, and Pole Position. This time around, the fun becomes portable! Each of the collection's four games is re-created to a tee, featuring every level, bonus round, and hidden gem featured in the arcade versions.
Sony Playstation 2 - December 4, 2001
Namco Museum (????????? Namuko Myujiamu?) refers to the series of video game compilations released by Namco for various consoles released in the 5th generation and above, containing releases of their games (mostly arcade games) from the 1980s and early 1990s. Namco started releasing compilations with the "Namco Museum" title in 1995 and continued for a decade and a half with the last release being in 2010 with the exception of re-releases of previous compilations. The series began on the PlayStation with the tentatively named Namco Museum Volume 1, indicating Namco's intent to make further...
Microsoft Xbox - October 8, 2002
A total of 12 games are offered in Namco Museum: Pac-Man Pac-Man Arrangement Galaga Galaga Arrangement Dig Dug Dig Dug Arrangement Pole Position Pole Position II Ms. Pac-Man Galaxian Pac-Attack Pac-Mania For the first time since their arcade days, Pac-Man Arrangement, Galaga Arrangement and Dig Dug Arrangement are ported to the home console. Everything is exactly the same as the original arcade versions, including the music, cut scenes, graphics, and even the many graphical errors that appear.
Nintendo 64 - Released - November 29, 1999
Keep those quarters in your pants. With Namco Museum, you can set up your own arcade with classics like Pac-Man, Ms. Pac-Man, Galaga, Galaxian, Pole Position and Dig Dug. Genuine arcade translations with genuine arcade options so you can enjoy them at home on the N64! Change settings to control difficulty, number of lives, etc. simply by adjusting each game's dip switch. You're an arcade god! Get all the graphics, sounds and gameplay of the original coin-op hits. Authentic in every detail!
Sony Playstation 2 - October 21, 2004
Nicktoons Movin' is an EyeToy mini-game collection based on popular Nickelodeon cartoons. The game features 13 different mini-games with different skill levels based on series like SpongeBob SquarePants, Jimmy Neutron, The Fairly OddParents and Danny Phantom. The players steer a hang glider, control a bowling ball, defend a goal against pucks playing as a goalie, guide a submarine, zap ghosts, solve a classic puzzle by moving the pieces, and more - all by EyeToy registered movement of the player's hands. The game features voice acting done by the original actors from the cartoons and the...
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - July 12, 2001
One of the first video games ever created, PAC-MAN still happens to be one of the best, as well. This comprehensive collection includes three unique Pac-Man titles in one complete package. Inside you'll find the original Pac-Man which has you traversing mazes, avoiding deadly ghosts, and chomping down nutritious dots; Pac-Mania is a 3D take on the first version, in which you can actually jump over the ghosts; and Pac-Attack is a Tetris-like experience that'll have you lining up blocks in a fast-paced environment.
Sony Playstation 2 - September 2, 2002
Pac-Man takes break from eating dots and ghosts in the fun new party game Pac-Man Fever. In addition to our yellow hero, the game also features Ms. Pac-Man and many other Namco favorites from franchises such as Tekken, Ridge Racer, and Soul Calibur. Up to four players partake in more than 30 minigames and three differently themed game boards. Try to recover all of the minigames stolen by those pesky, party-crashing Ghosts and determine who the real party animal is.
Nintendo 64 - Released - September 28, 2000
POWER RANGERS RESCUE READY! The Power Rangers are saving the world on Nintendo 64! Rescue innocent people from the battlings. Drive cool Power Rangers vehicles! Fight huge monsters in awesome environments. Battle against your friends in the Megazord Arena!
Sony Playstation Vita - July 2, 2014
Ratchet & Clank Collection (known as The Ratchet & Clank Trilogy in Europe and Ratchet & Clank 1+2+3 in Japan) is a high-definition remastered collection. The collection includes the original three PlayStation 2 games, Ratchet & Clank, Ratchet & Clank: Going Commando, and Ratchet & Clank: Up Your Arsenal in native 720p @ 60fps and includes 720p stereoscopic 3D support @ 30fps. It also includes the multiplayer of Ratchet & Clank: Up Your Arsenal over the PlayStation Network. It includes a Trophy set for each game. All of the games in this collection have been re-rated E10+ by the ESRB; they...
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - June 23, 2003
Featuring multiple racetracks and a classic soundtrack, Rock N' Roll Racing puts players behind the wheel for an over-the-top demolition-racing experience. In the game, drivers take their pick from a variety of cars, each equipped with a selection of weaponry designed to help them outmaneuver the competition. Taking advantage of the Game Boy Advance Game Link cable, players can also go head-to-head against each other for fast-paced multiplayer action.
Nintendo GameCube - May 30, 2003
Your favorite characters from the movie Shrek now star in an interactive board game. Shrek: Super Party lets you select characters from the movie--including Shrek, Princess Fiona, Lord Farquaad, Donkey, Monsieur Hood, and Thelonius--to battle three of your friends in 30 action-packed minigames. In each game you can earn bug juice, and the first player who earns 100 drops of bug juice wins. Swap bugs, form alliances, or play dirty--but just do whatever you can to gain the competitive edge.
Nintendo 64 - Released - June 13, 2000
In the distant future, a small group of human exiles have been doomed to fight for their survival on the edge of the universe. Three powerful species, the Terrans, Protoss and Zerg, are locked in a fierce battle over the fate of the galaxy. The time for war has come. Manage resources, build armies, devise strategies and master the specialized technologies of each species as you enter a universe of unparalleled tactical excitement. Over 50 single-player missions, including new scenarios specially created for the N64.
Microsoft Xbox 360 - March 19, 2007
In Tetris Evolution, players enjoy not only traditional Tetris gameplay but numerous new modes including "Go Low" and "Eraser" for both single and multiplayer. The multiplayer mode not only allows for up to four players on a single console, but players can now compete with up to four players via the Xbox Live online entertainment service.