Ubi Soft

All Star Tennis 99

All Star Tennis 99

Nintendo 64 - Released - June 25, 1999

Play as 8 world class ATP / WTA tour players (including Mark Philippoussis, Richard Krajicek, Conchita Martinez & Jana Novotna) as well as 4 fictional players through a range of tournaments on grass, clay, hard court and rebound ace surfaces. Lob, volley, smash and serve past computer controlled players in singles or doubles, 4 player multiplayer doubles, and 8 player multiplayer singles and doubles tournaments.

AND 1 Streetball

AND 1 Streetball

Sony Playstation 2 - March 15, 2006

And 1 Streetball brings the flashy street-basketball style from the And 1 Mixtape tour to your home video game consoles. You can create a player from the ground up and take him through the trials of making the And 1 team. The game features a variety of moves inspired by real streetball players and includes venues from around the country--each with its own regional soundtrack. You can choose the size of your games, ranging from one-on-one showdowns to full five-on-five action.

Asphalt

Asphalt

Amstrad CPC - 1987

In the world of Asphalt, roads and highways have become a playground for violent criminals. Only heavily armed vehicles dare travel between cities. It is your job as a truck driver to deliver your cargo despite all dangers. Asphalt is a top-down shooter, you don't have to worry about driving (the road is as straight as it can be), all you have to do is shoot your opponents before they have a chance to do too much damage to your vehicle. You have a machine gun turret with unlimited ammunition, a flamethrower and some mines, as well as a damage display to see what part of the truck needs to...

Assassin's Creed Origins

Assassin's Creed Origins

Windows - Released - October 27, 2017

Ancient Egypt: Home of colossal pyramids, gilded tombs, tyrannical god-kings, and the origin story of the Assassins. As Cleopatra empire crumbles, the birth of the Assassin's Brotherhood will lead to an extraordinary shift of the world order. Along your journey, the mysteries of Ancient Egypt will be revealed. Assassin Creed Origins uncovers the beginning of the Brotherhood. Fight in epic battles, master a completely reinvented combat system, and explore the entirety of Egypt. With the all-new quest system, complete missions in any order you choose, and follow your own path to greatness.

Assassin's Creed Origins

Assassin's Creed Origins

Microsoft Xbox One - October 27, 2017

Ancient Egypt: Home of colossal pyramids, gilded tombs, tyrannical god-kings, and the origin story of the Assassins. As Cleopatra empire crumbles, the birth of the Assassin's Brotherhood will lead to an extraordinary shift of the world order. Along your journey, the mysteries of Ancient Egypt will be revealed. Assassin Creed Origins uncovers the beginning of the Brotherhood. Fight in epic battles, master a completely reinvented combat system, and explore the entirety of Egypt. With the all-new quest system, complete missions in any order you choose, and follow your own path to greatness.

B.A.T.

B.A.T.

MS-DOS - Released - 1990

B.A.T. is a cyberpunk romp through the underworld of crime and corruption. As agent for B.A.T. (Bureau of Astral Troubleshooters), an ultra-secret organization serving the Confederation of the Galaxies in the 22nd century, you will be assigned various missions covering a wide range of spy activities and planets. B.A.T. is a mixture of first-person adventure game and role-playing. Most of the game is spent exploring the futuristic locations, talking to characters and gathering items needed to advance the narrative. Combat occurs randomly and utilizes a real-time system: the player must...

Back to the Golden Age

Back to the Golden Age

Amstrad CPC

Barca Manager 2000

Barca Manager 2000

Sony Playstation - Released - February 14, 2000

A football management game from the creators of the Kick Off series. Player Manager 2000 lets you coach any team from England, Scotland, Italy and Germany, and there is totally more than 30,000 players. Tactical options are diverse, and the game features pre- and post-match analysis. What makes the game relatively individual is that you are able to put yourself in the team. There are three ways to play the matches, the first is the commentary mode that works almost the same way as the Championship Manager games. The second is the scanner mode where you watch the matches from a 2D top-down...

Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker

Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker

Nintendo 64 - Released - December 1, 2000

Will The Joker have the last laugh? A sleeker, deadlier Clown Prince of Crime is back from the past to terrorize Gotham City in Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker. When The Joker's recent attacks nearly bring about the demise of the aging Bruce Wayne, it's up to you to help Batman avenge his mentor and send The Joker back to the bottom of the deck... forever!

Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker

Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker

Sony Playstation - Released - November 20, 2000

Based on the animated movie of the same name, Batman Beyond is a 3D brawler that puts the player on the streets of Gotham (Beyond) to take out the ever-grinning Joker, but before that an obvious long line of evil minions of his —some of which are genetically engineered. Scroll around, punch, kick, ply with bat-weapons, and avoid being on the receiving end of those attacks. There are multiple 'bat suits' that you can choose from, each with their own special abilities and purpose.

Batman: Gotham City Racer

Batman: Gotham City Racer

Sony Playstation - Released - April 19, 2001

Cruise as Batman, Nightwing, or Batgirl - or one of 23 criminals like The Joker, Mr. Freeze, Catwoman, and Killer Croc. Master 15 supercharged vehicles loaded with signature weapons like Batarangs, Laughing Gas, Cat Claws, Sewage Slicks, and tons more. Live Batman's world through 51 episode-based missions with real cut-scenes from the TV show. Go on a crook-bustin' free-for-all in Patrol Mode or start a wild crimewave as a Villain and leave Batman in the dust! Go head-to-head against a friend in Hero-vs.-Villain splitscreen. Blaze through the urban maze of Gotham in massive 3D-rooming...

Battle of Giants: Dinosaurs

Battle of Giants: Dinosaurs

Nintendo DS - Released - October 14, 2008

Bring your favourite dinosaur back to life and make it evolve to be the ultimate survivor! 150,000,000 years B.C. Long before mankind arrived on the scene, earlier forms of life on Earth faced a harsh environment in which every animal needed to fight in order to stay alive. Battle of Giants: Dinosaurs lets you bring your favorite dinosaur back to life and make it evolve to be the ultimate survivor!

Beowulf: The Game

Beowulf: The Game

Sony PSP - December 4, 2007

Gamers live the life of Beowulf, the legendary Norse warrior with the strength of 30 men who is torn between the nobility and brutality within him. Arrogant, self-serving and lustful for gold and glory, Beowulf journeys to Denmark to destroy a bloodthirsty beast wreaking havoc on a frigid land. But evil persists, and Beowulf succumbs to its lure of even greater fame, quietly maneuvering to claim the Danish throne. As King, Beowulf must face the consequences of ambition, even as war descends on the realm.

Brain Blasters

Brain Blasters

Atari ST

In Brain Blasters, the player wants to gain an audience with a wise man. But this is not for free: he wants to see gold. To earn it, the player needs to solve the 30 levels of this puzzle game. The basic principle is simple: the game shows a puzzle stone pattern on a 5x5 field. Then it disappears and the player needs to rebuild it. The needed stones are gained by collecting them from the middle of the screen - they get spit it out in regular intervals. The game tells the player if a placed stone is correct or not. Some of the stones should be avoided because they don't fit the pattern...

Bratz

Bratz

Sony Playstation - Released - March 12, 2003

Based on MGA Entertainment's series of toy dolls with "a passion for fashion," this PS game brings the Bratz characters together in an adventure designed for girls of all ages. Unlike more traditional dolls such as Barbie, Bratz features a style inspired by Japanese anime and hip-hop fashion. The characters also come from a variety of ethnic backgrounds, which has helped fuel the popularity of the franchise. Bratz dolls were awarded the People's Choice for Toy of the Year Award at the 2002 Toy Fair.

Buck Bumble

Buck Bumble

Nintendo 64 - Released - November 20, 1998

A chemical spill somewhere in rural England has mutated an army of bees into killer insects! Led by their queen, they are out to destroy everything living thing on the planet, including all insects that dare stop them. Only Buck Bumble, the only bee not to be turned evil by the ways of the queen, can save the world, and his fellow insects, from total destruction. Shoot down swarms of enemy bees, while flying and avoiding the hazards bellow or land on the ground and attack the enemies on foot with various weapons. Also included are a handful of two-player split-screen modes, including...

Business Tycoon

Business Tycoon

Windows - 2000

You might have played, 'corporate empire games' before in "Detroit" or "Motor City" as in cars to "Air Bucks" for aircraft industries. Unlike them, this game focuses solely on the business side in kin with military style-"Risk" or "Centurion: Defender of Rome" minus the battle sequences or hands-on product testing. Business Tycoon is an update on the original "Entrepreneur" game that goes beyond the single industry of 'computers' to include 'airplanes' and 'automobiles' in a more refined and a less cluttered interface. Players can select a chosen industry and area of expertise from...

Chessmaster

Chessmaster

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - August 28, 2002

Test your chess skills against live opponents online or improve your game immediately at chess school. The game includes a variety of chess modes, such as Quick Game, Rated Play, Handicap, Set-up Position, and Puzzle. Along with the most powerful chess engine available on the console, Chessmaster also includes features just for fun. Josh Waitzkin gives advice and easy-to-understand instructions for improving your game

Conflict Zone: Modern War Strategy

Conflict Zone: Modern War Strategy

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - December 20, 2001

It's early 21st century and the majority of the world's countries have created the International Corps for Peace, an organisation dedicated to bringing about world peace. However, not all countries are keen to be involved and these persist in generating conflicts through the organisation GHOST. A secret organisation, which warrants only the economic interests of its members without any attachment to morals, GHOST, does not hesitate to create crisis situations with the goal of destabilising the world-wide equilibrium and endanger any chance of peace.

Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon

Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - October 9, 2003

Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon is a third-person beat 'em up video game with platforming elements based on the Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon film by Ang Lee. Players may play as Li Mu Bai, Yu Shu Lien, Jen, and Lo. The award-winning soundtrack features the Academy and Grammy Award winning music composed by Tan Dun with solos by internationally acclaimed cellist Yo-Yo Ma.

Deep Fighter

Deep Fighter

Sega Dreamcast - Released - August 22, 2000

As a private in the defense force by The General, players take on deadly missions to seek out and destroy enemies, perform reconnaissance into uncharted waters and rescue damaged craft and installations. Meanwhile, droids and drones scuttle around busily, maintaining and repairing the slowly crumbling city. With the ultimate objective of the construction of a giant mothership, the Leviathan, that will transport the entire civilization away from hostile waters. This games combines elements of furious 3-D dogfighting and challenging exploration in true 3-D environments. 3-D worlds actually...

Dolphin Island

Dolphin Island

Nintendo DS - Released - October 30, 2009

Following the tradition of the Petz series for PC, Ubisoft brings the series to the DS with this title. It is the first game in a new branch called "Wild Animals" and based itself on taking care of dolphins and other sea animals. The game starts with the player portrayed as a young boy or girl (Greg or Mila) working for his/her uncle Bob at his marine amusement park as a summer job. The final mission is to manage the zoo that also serves as a sanctuary for endangered species. Apart from dolphins there are many other animals like orcas, penguins, hammerhead sharks and more to take care of....

Evasion

Commodore 64 - 1988

F1 Racing Championship

F1 Racing Championship

Sony Playstation - Released - October 11, 2000

You'll line up against the fiercest opponents of all time in this ultimate F-1 simulation. Featuring real circuits from the 1999 Formula One season, F-1 RACING CHAMPIONSHIP boasts the inclusion of the brand new Sepang track in Malaysia. All of the drivers from the ’99 season are included, and each uses the strategies and techniques that he’d use in a real race. Two different modes allow you to try your hand at both ultra-realistic driving simulation, and arcade-style racing with brutal crashes and fast-paced, forgiving action. Each car has eight technical settings that can be tweaked to...

F1 Racing Championship

F1 Racing Championship

Sega Dreamcast - Released - February 2, 2001

F1 Racing Championship is the third Ubi Soft F1 racing simulation game, published with the FIA license by Video System. It features official tracks, drivers and cars of the 1999 F1 season. F1 Racing Championship was a game developed by Ubi Soft in 2000. It featured all the 22 drivers and 11 teams from the 1999 Formula One World Championship, as well as the 16 tracks (including the brand new Sepang Circuit. The game featured great graphics and realistic handling. At the time, it was facing steep competition by the ever-popular Grand Prix 3 and the rising F1-series by ISI. The sales were...

Flow - Urban Dance Uprising

Flow - Urban Dance Uprising

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - November 15, 2005

FLOW: Urban Dance Uprising is a dance game similar to Konami's Dance Dance Revolution series. Instead of being focused on J-Pop and other licensed tracks, the game is focused on hip-hop and urban culture. The game features fifty different songs from classic hip-hop artists such as The Sugarhill Gang and Kurtis Blow. The point of the game is to clear several songs by pressing buttons on either a compatible dance pad or on your game pad. Your performance will affect your final score and any unlockable bonuses you get. There are several unlockable features in the game, including more songs,...

Gabrielle

Gabrielle

Amstrad CPC - Released - 1987

Gold and Glory: The Road to El Dorado

Gold and Glory: The Road to El Dorado

Sony Playstation - Released - December 19, 2000

Gold and Glory: The Road to El Dorado is an adventure game very much similar to Monkey Island. This game is based on the Dreamworks cartoon with the same title and has quite the same story as the cartoon: Two lads from Spain are about to go into prison, but they don't want to, so they escape by going onto a ship and search for the legendary City of Gold, El Dorado.

Grandia

Grandia

Sony Playstation - Released - September 30, 1999

Grandia (Japanese: グランディア Gurandia?) is a role-playing video game developed by Game Arts originally for the Sega Saturn console as the first game in their Grandia series. Initially released in Japan in January 1997, the game was later ported to the PlayStation in June 1999, with an English version of the game appearing on the platform in North America in the following September by SCEA, and later in Europe in March 2001 by Ubisoft. The game was produced by much of the same staff who worked on the company's previous role-playing endeavor, the Lunar series, including producer Yoichi Miyagi and...

Gunfighter: The Legend of Jesse James

Gunfighter: The Legend of Jesse James

Sony Playstation - Released - November 30, 2001

Step into the boots of a legend of the Old West for a sharp-shooting adventure of true romance and frontier justice. Jesse James' partner has been shot dead and his best girl Zee has been kidnapped by a band of no-good outlaw varmints. Guide the rogue hero as he blasts away at the bad guys to avenge his lost companion and save the girl. The game is compatible with PlayStation light guns for a true first-person experience. Gunfighter: The Legend of Jesse James also features an assortment of mini-games for variety and replay value.

Hooters Road Trip

Hooters Road Trip

Sony Playstation - Released - March 26, 2002

Fast cars, an open highway, and young women - Hooters Road Trip calls out to its target audience by its title alone. Players choose one of several classically styled muscle cars and hot rods to drive in freewheelin' races across the good ol' U. S. of A. Winners receive the singular reward of a chance to "hang out" with attractive Hooters Girls waitress characters, known to patrons of the owl-mascotted restaurant chain for their friendly service and distinguishingly informal "short shorts and short shirt" uniforms. The game features well over a dozen different automobiles, though many of...

Horsez

Horsez

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - October 26, 2006

Horsez is a videogame released by Ubisoft on October 26, 2006 for the Nintendo DS, PlayStation 2, PC and Game Boy Advance. This PC game is the sequel to Champion Dreams: First to Ride and is also part of the second series of Petz. In Horsez, you play as Flora (this is the default name), a new member of the Sycamore Academy. Players can select a horse from one of 5 breeds and a range of colours. The player trains their horse in different disciplines, enters shows, cares for their horse, and after a few weeks gains a foal to raise. Horsez is also known as Pippa Funnell 3: The Golden Stirrup...

Hurlements

Hurlements

Amstrad CPC - Released - 1988

Hurlements (translated as Howls) is a horror adventure game in which you play as either Kane a small-time thief and his girlfriend Lorry, on a quest to find a stash of gold, mentioned to him by an old cell mate that had died. The problem is, your car breaks down, and now you must find the gold, repair your vehicle and get out of there before you are mauled by werewolves. While being an adventure game first and foremost, the addition of fights and item management adds some minor RPG elements. It is controlled entirely with the keyboard using a selection of icons to perform whatever action...

Import Tuner Challenge

Import Tuner Challenge

Microsoft Xbox 360 - Released - September 26, 2006

Import Tuner Challenge is the next iteration in the long running Tokyo Xtreme Racer Series (1, 2, Zero, 3). Gameplay remains almost identical, but with upgraded graphics and HD 720p support. Players race on highways around Tokyo. Cars are purchased and customized with parts that effect cars handling, appearance, and power. Cars are primarily Japanese-centric or imports for the U.S. market. Vehicle customizations includes body kits, nitrous, neon lights, interior gauges, roll cages, seats, dangly things for your rear view mirror, and many more performance enhancing upgrades from suspension,...

Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade

Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 1, 1993

Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade is a game for the Nintendo Entertainment System and Game Boy released in 1993 and 1994 (respectively) based on the film of the same name. The player takes on the role of Indiana Jones and the story within the game loosely follows the plot from the film.

Inspector Gadget: Gadget's Crazy Maze

Inspector Gadget: Gadget's Crazy Maze

Sony Playstation - Released - August 15, 2001

Inspector Gadget: Gadget's Crazy Maze isn't the type of game one would expect when taking on the role of the bumbling, multi-functional detective of the 1980's cartoon. Rather than an action title like its Game Boy Color counterpart, this incarnation of Inspector Gadget is best described as a puzzle game with limited action elements. According to the story of Gadget's Crazy Maze, Inspector Gadget's mysterious arch-nemesis is up to no good once again. This time, the MADD ringleader Dr. Claw has been creating mind-control crystals on his secret moon base, then tossing them down to Earth. If...

Just Dance 4

Just Dance 4

Sony Playstation 3 - October 9, 2012

Just Dance 4 is your ticket to the best new music with over 40 tracks from a variety of top artists, popular genres and hot billboard songs like "Good Feeling" by Flo Rida, and Moves Like Jagger by Maroon 5 ft. Christina Aguilera. The tracklist also features legendary artists such as Barry White and The B-52’s to get the whole family up and moving. Just Dance 4 is the perfect catalyst for the best parties, no matter what the occasion, thanks to innovative modes like the all-new Battle mode, an upgraded Just Sweat mode, and even more fun, alternative dances. Everything you know and love...

The Koshan Conspiracy

The Koshan Conspiracy

MS-DOS - Released - 1992

This second part of the BAT series takes place in ROMA 2, the most important city of the planet Shedishan. The United Galaxies Organization has contacted the "Bureau of Astral Troubleshooters (BAT) in order to investigate the murder of a BAT agent named Sylvia Hatford who tried to uncover the businesses of a mysterious dealer of important raw materials. You are playing the second agent, Jehan Menais, now involved in the dangerous investigations. The game itself is a mixture between graphics adventure, space combat simulator and strategy game. The adventure part is realized in a classic 2D...

Monaco Grand Prix

Monaco Grand Prix

Sega Dreamcast - Released - August 31, 1999

Monaco Grand Prix: Racing Simulation 2, also known as just Monaco Grand Prix, is a Formula one racing game for Microsoft Windows, Nintendo 64, PlayStation, and Dreamcast. It was released in 1999. The game is based on the Formula One World Championship, but does not have the licence to use drivers names, official cars, etc. (the licence was held by Video System at the time, who made F-1 World Grand Prix and F-1 World Grand Prix II). The game does however have a licence to use Formula One's official sponsors; Schweppes and Castrol among others,[citation needed] helping add to the authenticity of...

Monaco Grand Prix

Monaco Grand Prix

Nintendo 64 - Released - June 1, 1999

Innovative 4-point physics engine calculates and monitors all 4 tires independently, creating the most precise simulation of Grand Prix style racing you will ever experience. 16 international courses, and all tracks to scale with realistic dimensions, scenery and environments. Up to 22 racers competing on each track. Arcade, Amateur, Expert and Pro modes. Indestructible cars or real-life damage, dents and shrapnel. Weather effects and multiple road conditions. Start as an inexperienced driver with an entry-level team. As your skill improves, you're invited to race for more prestigious teams.

Night Hunter

Night Hunter

Commodore Amiga - 1990

Night Hunter is an action game in which you actually get to play as Count Dracula. Dracula will have the ability to transform into a bat and a werewolf. Your goal is to locate holy medallions in order to create total chaos on Earth. Of course, Van Helsing and his band of vampire hunters are on your trail, so they must be avoided so you don't get dusted. Enemies encountered include priests with holy water, vultures, and even the police. The game is a traditional side-scrolling platformer that is made up of 30 levels. Each level has 20 screens. To advance to the next level eight objects must...

Pawly Pets: My Pet Hotel

Pawly Pets: My Pet Hotel

Nintendo DS - Released

My Pet Hotel for Nintendo DS will fulfil all your wishes of taking care of your favourite pets horses, dogs, cats, rabbits, budgies, and tortoises. Only you are responsible for the well-being of the animals, whose owners have entrusted them to you. Take the best care you can of your four-legged and feathered guests: feed them, keep their enclosures clean, play with them, get new toys for them, and ride the horses in the countryside. You will build your own pet hotel based on your ideas in exciting scenarios of a realistic 3D world with various different levels of difficulty, in order to...

The Perfect General

The Perfect General

Commodore Amiga - 1991

A simplified combat game that uses basic units with defined attributes and capabilities. Includes several scenarios (from simple to complex) with varied strategic and tactical options, allowing for virtually thousands of different games within each scenario. The computer will play either or both commanders. The game uses a rectangular battle arena with an underlying hexagonal grid structure, typical of most war games. The game is turn-based.

Planet of the Apes

Planet of the Apes

Sony Playstation - Released - August 22, 2002

The Planet of the Apes is an action/adventure interpretation of the 1968 film (which is itself an adaptation of the Pierre Boule novel). While the game's setting and opening sequence are based very heavily on the original film, the storyline is new and deals with the poignant social conflicts of the futuristic Earth from its own perspective. The game world is a land ruled by hyper-evolved apes in which human beings live like wild animals, without language or civility. Players take the role of Ulysses, the human hero of the game. As in the movie, the hero is an astronaut who is transported...

Player Manager 2000

Player Manager 2000

Sony Playstation - Released - June 20, 2000

Player Manager 2000 is a Sports game, developed by Anco Software and published by Ubisoft, which was released in Europe in 2000.

Puffy's Saga

Puffy's Saga

Commodore 64 - Released - 1990

Puffy and his fortuitously-named girlfriend Puffyn are trapped in an alien world full of threats, traps and surprises. Taking control of one or the other (Puffy is more powerful but Puffyn can move faster) you must find your way through. Puffy's Saga is an overhead view maze game that represents a cutesy variant of Gauntlet. Each of the 20 levels has a quota of dots to eat before the level is completed. These levels are inhabited by foes who surround you and reduce your energy on contact. Meat restores 100 energy points each time - this total can go beyond its starting level of 500. You are...

Puffy's Saga

Puffy's Saga

Commodore Amiga - 1989

Puffy and his fortuitously-named girlfriend Puffyn are trapped in an alien world full of threats, traps and surprises. Taking control of one or the other (Puffy is more powerful but Puffyn can move faster) you must find your way through. Puffy's Saga is an overhead view maze game that represents a cutesy variant of Gauntlet. Each of the 20 levels has a quota of dots to eat before the level is completed. These levels are inhabited by foes who surround you and reduce your energy on contact. Meat restores 100 energy points each time - this total can go beyond its starting level of 500. You are...

Ranx: The Video Game

Ranx: The Video Game

Commodore Amiga - 1990

This action game is adapted from the Italian comic book Ranx à New-York by Stefano Tamburini and Tanino Liberatore. Here the player controls Ranx, a cyborg in a cyberpunk-style world. A lethal virus is spreading, and the President has caught it, so Ranx must go to New York with the antidote to save him. After this, he must rescue his girlfriend in Rome. Ranx will fight with ninjas, homosexuals, the Chinese, and others, using his kicks and punches. Items can be picked up including pieces for later repairs and items which can be sold when talking to other characters. Destroy street lamps to...

Rayman

Rayman

Atari Jaguar - Released - September 1, 1995

Enter the challenging, mind-altering world of Rayman and, suddenly, reality seems far too tame. Free your mind as Rayman takes you on an arduous adventure through a complex realm of psychedelic landscapes, absurd characters, formidable opponents, and uncharted levels of dementia. You'll experience a heightened sense of visual awareness. You'll hear strange and beautiful sounds. Endless legions of bizarre creatures will be out to get you. One trip into Rayman's kaleidoscopic domain...and you'll be addicted!

Rayman Arena

Rayman Arena

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - November 30, 2001

After one or two years ago for the prequel from the events of Rayman 2: The Great Escape, Eight Rayman characters are fighting to go challenge the great champion of the competition in Rayman M. In the GameCube and Xbox versions of Rayman Arena, there are nine characters fighting to win. The main cast of the characters (like Rayman, Globox, The Teensies, Admiral Razorbeard, and Henchmen 800) were featured from Rayman 2 in this game.

Rayman Brain Games

Rayman Brain Games

Sony Playstation - Released - August 9, 2001

Designed by educators, Rayman Brain Games for PlayStation incorporates learning activities into an adventure game starring the established character Rayman. Based on standard curriculums, the title introduces math skills, numeral recognition and place value, phonics, spelling, and reading as part of a multi-level game similar in play to the original Sonic The Hedgehog. Players will take Rayman through 12 adventure games, each with five levels, in search of The Wizard's Magic Book of Knowledge stolen by Mister Dark. Upon successfully completing an activity, a piece of the parchment, which in...

Rocket: Robot on Wheels

Rocket: Robot on Wheels

Nintendo 64 - Released - November 17, 1999

Whoopy World was finished. The high-tech theme-park would be opening tomorrow. How much Rocket, the maintenance robot, wanted to go and see it he could not even tell, but the professor barely noticed. Then it happened. Jojo the raccoon, sick of playing second banana to the insipid Whoopy the walrus, stole all of the tokens, tickets, and Whoopy. There was no time to tell anybody, Rocket had to go and stop Jojo alone. Rocket: Robot on Wheels is a 3D platformer like no other. It features 8 vehicles in 6 worlds all in unscripted, real-time physics. As Rocket you have to go through the worlds...

Roswell Conspiracies: Aliens, Myths & Legends

Roswell Conspiracies: Aliens, Myths & Legends

Sony Playstation - Released - June 14, 2001

Roswell Conspiracies: Aliens, Myths and Legends was an animated program, that originally aired in 1999 as part of BKN, the syndicated's cartoon programing block. The programming segment premiered in 1992. The show was part of BKN's drive to reinvent itself. The show's premise was that aliens had been living among humans for ages, and were the origins of many of the creatures humans know from myth, folklore and legends, including vampires and werewolves. On the show, the Roswell UFO Incident which is part of a conspiracy theory (that many real life people still hold to this day) is portrayed...

S.C.A.R.S.

S.C.A.R.S.

Sony Playstation - Released - August 31, 1998

S.C.A.R.S stands for "Super Computer Animal Racing Simulation" giving you the wheels behind animal-based vehicles as you race for the finish line. Featuring 4-player split screen action as you compete and try to destroy your feral opponents in a contest of life and death from within a super computer. Features include a variety of race modes including Grand Prix, Challenge and Time Attack. Choose from 9 different hybrid animal vehicles and a host of wepons in this uniquely entertaining release from Ubi Soft. The story behind the game is yet another one of post-apocalyptic chaos. In the...

Sir Fred

Sir Fred

Commodore Amiga - 1989

Sir Fred was a brave and noble knight in love with a beautiful damsel, but evil Ultimor, an ugly dwarf with magical powers, casted a spell upon him and minimized to the size of the dwarf. Enemies were laughing at him, and other dwarfs were attacking him. What he should do? Yes, he should find and defeat Ultimor, return his size to be brave and noble enough, and to win back his belle. The gameplay flows in 2D side-scrolling mode, where you may use your sword, throw the daggers, and avoid the enemies. You may walk, jump and run, and perform this not in one plane. Background, foreground and...

Speed Challenge: Jacques Villeneuve's Racing Vision

Speed Challenge: Jacques Villeneuve's Racing Vision

Sony Playstation 2 - November 22, 2002

You can choose your futuristic car, but this doesn't really matter. Only your drive skills. Now you can try a game which is made after the racing vision of Formula 1 champion, Jacques Villeneuve and challenge other people over the Internet on Speed Challenge League. You have enough of circuit racing? You can test your drive abilities on actual streets of great cities (Paris, London, Montreal...) too. New gaming features includes: Autopilot, Car Auto-Repair, the Target. The game is based on Ubi Soft's REVENGE ENGINE which can handle 70,000 polygons per track, allowing realistic car...

Street Racer

Street Racer

Sony Playstation - Released - October 31, 1997

Just as Street Racer for the Super NES is similar to Super Mario Kart, Street Racer for the PlayStation is similar to Mario Kart 64. Filled with twists and turns, this go-cart racing game allows you or you and a friend to choose from eight different cars, each with its own distinctive character behind the wheel. Up to eight people may play if you have two Multi-Tap controllers. Each character has his or her own unique weapons. For example, Surf Sister uses Expanding Beach Balls to push other cars out of her way, and her Magnetic Attraction lures cars close so she can use her patented Beach...

Street Racer

Street Racer

Sega Saturn - January 1, 1996

Street Racer is a kart racing game similar to Super Mario Kart. Up to four players can play by split-screen. If there are no human opponents, the player can drive against seven computer opponents in three leagues. If the player wins the first league, they can play the second and so on. The game has eight different vehicles with different skills in speed, haste or resistance. There are also some power-ups on the tracks such as bombs, nitro fuel, and health packs.

Surf Riders

Surf Riders

Sony Playstation - Released - August 10, 2000

Surf Riders features two modes including the Free Play and World Challenge Cup. In the Free Play mode, you can practice skills without a time limit; this will give novice players ample time to learn control layouts and combinations. The World Challenge Cup mode is for all the marbles -- the championship. A round in this mode consists of three heats: the qualifying, semifinal and final. Each heat has four computer-controlled competitors. You must place either first or second in order to advance to the next heat. In addition to supporting the Dual Shock Analog Controller for analog controls...

Surf Rocket Racers

Surf Rocket Racers

Sega Dreamcast - Released - February 28, 2001

Surf Rocket Racers is a jet-ski racing game for the Dreamcast. As in most aquatic racers, success here depends on your ability to smoothly handle unpredictable waves and aggressive competition at the same time. There are several game modes to choose from. First up is the Championship. In this mode, you compete in a series of circuit races and accumulate points based on your finishing position. The racer with the most points at the end of the season wins. The other modes include a trick competition, a hazard and obstacle course, and a head-to-head 2-player mode.

Suzuki Alstare Extreme Racing

Suzuki Alstare Extreme Racing

Sega Dreamcast - Released - November 16, 1999

Suzuki Alstare Extreme Racing is the sequel to Redline Racer. It now features an official Suzuki Alstare Racing Team license. It's an arcade superbike racing game. Game modes include Main Game, Reverse Challenge and Single Race. In Main Game you have to have to compete in challenges to earn a place in the Suzuki Alstare Racing Team. Reverse Challenge is the same but with mirrored circuits.

Sword of the Samurai

Sword of the Samurai

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - June 27, 2002

Released for the PlayStation 2 as Kengo in Japan by Genki on December 14, 2000 and as Kengo: Master of Bushido in North America and Europe on January 3, 2001 and March 30, 2001 respectively by Crave Entertainment. It was universally panned as a "disappointment", mostly blasted in sharp comparison to the Bushido Blade titles.[1] While Kengo's graphics are sub-par for PlayStation 2, Kengo possesses some unique gameplay features. Although they evolved from Light Weight's previous Bushido Blade titles, their depth are the strongest factor of this title. There is only one button for attack and...

Telly Addicts

Telly Addicts

Nintendo Wii - February 15, 2008

For the first time ever, Noel Edmonds brings his classic TV show Telly Addicts to console. Telly Addicts is a TV show, where the aim of the game is to correctly answer as many questions as possible to win the game. As you play Telly Addicts, you'll progress through a series of quiz rounds, collecting points as you go, with the aim of Telly Addicts being to accumulate the most points to win the game.

Tennis Arena

Tennis Arena

Sony Playstation - February 28, 1998

With no stat tweaking and no licenses, Tennis Arena is arcade-style tennis at its most fundamental. What you have here is single-match or tournament play for up to four players with wacky characters and a few different courts to play on. You can play an obese Chinese man, for example, and compete in a Roman coliseum whose clay surface seems to affect bounce marginally. That's about it for options though. No sim, Tennis Arena serves up roughly the same level of fun as Pong did 25 years ago, albeit now with prettier graphics and the occasional super smash. The game also features special...

Tetris Ultimate

Tetris Ultimate

Nintendo 3DS

Tetris Ultimate is a puzzle video game developed by Ubisoft San Francisco and published by Ubisoft. Ubisoft partnered with The Tetris Company to develop the game to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Tetris franchise. Tetris Ultimate was first released in November 2014 for the Nintendo 3DS as retail game and as digital download in the Nintendo 3DS eShop In December 2014 the game became available as a digital download for Xbox One and PlayStation 4. These versions were criticized for frame rate issues in the online modes. In 2015, the game was released for PlayStation Vita. Because of the...

Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Lone Wolf

Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Lone Wolf

Sony Playstation - July 4, 2002

Playing as Rainbow Six team member Ding Chavez, players travel to Norway to eliminate a terrorist group planning to destabilize Eastern Europe with illegally smuggled US weapons. In keeping with the "Lone Wolf" mode of Rainbow Six assignments, missions are conducted without the help or hindrance of teammates. Planning phases include briefing, intelligence, kit select, and map screens, while actual gameplay takes place from a first-person perspective. Weapons can be set to fully automatic (continuous), burst (three shots), or semi-automatic (one shot). Crosshair and auto-locking features...

TwinWorld: Land of Vision

TwinWorld: Land of Vision

Commodore Amiga - 1989

After the Cariken family became complacent, the land of Gaspar ceased to be ruled as well. This left the way clear for evil men such as Maldur the druid to step in and slaughter the family, shattering their magical amulet. Only one of the family survived, and the amulet was broken into 23 pieces. As Ulopa, the sole survivor, you must reclaim the pieces. They are spread across 23 levels of platforming action, combining surface areas with some underground tunnels. You have 3 types of weapons with different functionality: switching between them at the right moments is vital. You can also...

Unreal

Unreal

Commodore Amiga - December 1, 1990

Unreal is a 1990 video game released by Ubisoft for the Amiga. The game, divided in 8 chapters, combined two different genres: In five levels, the player controls a pterodactyl-like creature in a pseudo-3D rail shooter environment. Three levels belong to the side-scrolling platform game genre where the player controls a barbarian fighting monsters and solving puzzles. Ports for the DOS and Atari ST were released in 1991.

V.I.P.

V.I.P.

Sony Playstation - April 1, 2001

Based on the syndicated series starring Pamela Anderson, V.I.P. for the PlayStation offers a mixture of first-person shooting action and hand-to-hand combat. The female bodyguard team led by Vallery Irons is entangled in a mob vendetta while protecting their client Dr. Kindle. After Irons and Kindle are captured, the rest of the team must advance through a series of indoor and outdoor levels to rescue them. Featured characters include ex-spy Tasha Dexter, explosives expert Nikki Franco, former boxer Quick Williams, martial arts specialist Johnny Loh, and computer hacker Kay...

Voodoo Dice

Voodoo Dice

Nintendo Wii - May 31, 2010

Voodoo Dice is a challenging, innovative puzzler that plays with your mind to lead you to solve puzzles in unique ways. Mixing action based and puzzle mechanics in a 3D world, Voodoo Dice is an innovative, challenging puzzler that plays with your mind to lead you to solve puzzles in unique and interesting ways. Encounter a funny and original universe, with great style and vibe, travel between different maps, defeat your enemies and solve enigmas.

Who Wants to be a Millionaire: 1st Edition

Who Wants to be a Millionaire: 1st Edition

Nintendo DS - Released - November 2, 2007

Put Yourself In The Millionaire Hot Seat With Chris Tarrant giving instructions, use the Wii Remote and climb the money tree Experience all the TV show's best assets and live the tension of answering 2000 questions Choose your lifelines carefully: Will you trust the audience or will you risk the 50:50? Challenge one of your friends to win a virtual million pounds and show off your knowledge!

Who Wants to be a Millionaire: 2nd Edition

Who Wants to be a Millionaire: 2nd Edition

Nintendo DS

Will Rock

Will Rock

Windows - Released - June 9, 2003

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Will Rock is a first-person shooter released in North America on June 9 and Europe on June 13, 2003. It was developed by Saber Interactive and published by Ubi Soft. It received polarized review, with scores of 90s down to 20s, and some likened the title to a poorer version of Serious Sam. In Will Rock, the player takes on the persona of the title character Willford Rockwell, an archeology student, who is faced with the aftermath of a fanatical group called the Olympian Restoration Army (ORA), who have managed to bring back to life a host of...

Worms Blast

Worms Blast

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - March 28, 2002

Worms Blast is a puzzle game similar in concept to Puzzle Bobble, with several important distinctions and gameplay features taken from Worms games. Instead of releasing and matching bubbles, the player has to color blocks on a hexagonal grid. Unlike most Bust-A-Move variants, the player character can move right and left, sailing in a boat. Various weapons, such as bazooka, grenades, dynamite, and others, can be used to fire at the blocks, coloring them on impact. Like in the main, artillery-based Worms games, holding down the fire button increases the power of the weapon, affecting the...

X-Bladez: Inline Skater

X-Bladez: Inline Skater

Sony Playstation - March 22, 2002

In-line skating comes to the flourishing category of "extreme sports" video gaming in X-Bladez. Players choose one of six characters to flip, spin, and grind through slalom and circuit courses in an assortment of 3D environments. Race for speed or hot dog for style. Time-of-day and weather effects add variety to the look and mood of the virtual skate parks. Unlock new environments as you progress and upgrade your skates with the money you earn.

Zombi

Zombi

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1989

In Zombi you control a team of four intrepid travelers, who have landed their helicopter on the roof of a shopping centre in the hope of finding fuel. The problem is that, with Hell full, Zombies are walking the earth, devouring humans as they please. Zombi is a point and click adventure game in which you control the four characters (Alexandre, Sylvie, Yannick and Patrick) in turn, taking each of them individually through the abandoned complex. Lots of potentially-useful items have been left behind, some stored in cupboards - work out what they could be used for. Try to find a weapon...

Zoo Resort 3D

Zoo Resort 3D

Nintendo 3DS - Released - October 25, 2011

Zoo Resort is the first 3D zoo simulation game, offering players an incredibly realistic and life-like zoo and management experience. It’s up to the player to build the most successful zoo possible, including choosing their animals, deciding where to set up their habitat and entertaining visitors with the animals’ talents. Plus, watch and almost touch the animals as they come alive in 3D to show off their personality and skills.

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