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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...

Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever

Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - September 14, 2002

Ex-FBI agent Ecks and Ex-NSA operative Sever are back in another action filled game. Freedom has been compromised and Ecks and Sever are pitted against each other as pawns in the underground trade of nuclear weapons. With little time to save the world from nuclear holocaust, every mission is the most important. Have you got what it takes?

Broken Sword: The Shadow of the Templars

Broken Sword: The Shadow of the Templars

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - March 17, 2002

Adapted from one of the most popular PC games in Europe, Broken Sword: The Shadow of the Templars is the story of George Stobbard, an American in Paris who witnesses the theft of an ancient manuscript and the assassination of its owner. This manuscript was created in the 14th century by the order of the Knights Templar and points to where their legendary power has been hidden for more than 600 years. Its new owners intend to harness the power for their own sinister agenda. This version of the game re-creates the original's graphic-novel look, puzzles, locations, and characters, as well as the...

Carmen Sandiego: The Secret of the Stolen Drums

Carmen Sandiego: The Secret of the Stolen Drums

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - September 8, 2004

Join A.C.M.E. agent-in-training, Cole Gannon, along with Jules Argent and Shadow Hawkins, in an all-new action adventure on the trail of Carmen Sandiego--the world's greatest thief. This case takes Cole around the world: from a museum in New York and the beaches of New Zealand to the Incan ruins of Machu Picchu. While on the case, you'll need to use acrobatics, stealth, martial arts, and most of all, your wit, to stop Carmen from unearthing the drums and making off with the lost treasure.

Carmen Sandiego: The Secret of the Stolen Drums

Carmen Sandiego: The Secret of the Stolen Drums

Nintendo GameCube - Released - September 13, 2004

Join A.C.M.E. agent-in-training, Cole Gannon, along with Jules Argent and Shadow Hawkins, in an all-new action adventure on the trail of Carmen Sandiego--the world's greatest thief. This case takes Cole around the world: from a museum in New York and the beaches of New Zealand to the Incan ruins of Machu Picchu. While on the case, you'll need to use acrobatics, stealth, martial arts, and most of all, your wit, to stop Carmen from unearthing the drums and making off with the lost treasure.

Contender 2

Contender 2

Sony Playstation - Released - December 19, 2000

Contender 2 is a sequel to the first Contender boxing game which was released in early 1999. This second release is similar to the original in terms of gameplay. The game allows up to four different modes of play. The "Main Event" mode offers a rewarding challenge to patient gamers. Here, players start with a young, fresh boxer and build him up towards the ultimate goal, Champion of the World. Pre-made novice fighters are available as choices in a new game, or the player can design his own boxer from scratch. As the fighter progresses, he actually becomes bigger and more muscular on screen....

Dexter's Laboratory: Chess Challenge

Dexter's Laboratory: Chess Challenge

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - November 5, 2002

The ultimate game for the budding genius! Dexter's Laboratory: Chess Challenge takes the humour and brilliance of the popular cartoon into the ancient world of the battle board and turns it into a whole new experience. Play as Dexter, Dee Dee, Mandark or Major Glory and match your wits against your opponent to determine who is the true genius! Winning moves are rewarded with funny animations in the style of the cartoon series. Play against your favourite characters or with friends on the multiplayer link! Chess is more fun than ever with Dexter's Laboratory!

Dexter's Laboratory: Deesaster Strikes!

Dexter's Laboratory: Deesaster Strikes!

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - September 26, 2001

Dexter has created the ultimate invention - The Clone-a-matic - but his older sister Dee Dee has meddled again and accidentally cloned herself. And, there's not just one of her. Dexter's Laboratory is infested with mini-Dee Dee's bent on destroying Dexter's wonderful experiments - what a nightmare! It's up to players to help Dexter catch the Dee Dee's, put his lab back to normal, and get Dee Dee back to her single self before Mom calls for dinner.

Dexter's Laboratory: Mandark's Lab?

Dexter's Laboratory: Mandark's Lab?

Sony Playstation - Released - May 4, 2002

Cartoon Network's boy genius Dexter is trying to save his laboratory from his archival Mandark in Dexter's Laboratory: Mandark's Lab? Mandark has infiltrated Dexter's lab and reprogrammed his computer, so players must help Dexter win it back by completing this adventure game covering four areas comprised of Dexter's house and his laboratory. In each area there are two mini-games and four hidden blueprint pieces to one of Dexter's inventions that give him an advantage in each of the mini-games. Both Dee Dee's Dance Off, which has players pressing buttons in time to music, and Cootie Call...

Dexter's Laboratory: Robot Rampage

Dexter's Laboratory: Robot Rampage

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - November 23, 2000

Robots are running amok in Dexter's lab! Based on the popular cartoon series, DEXTER'S LABORATORY: Robot Rampage for the Game Boy Color puts you in the little boots of the Dexter as he tries to reclaim his lab from Mandark's invading mechanical mayhem. You'll have to ride elevators, dive down shafts, hide in shadows, and occasionally blast the robotic intruders as you hunt down your evil nemesis. There are three different outfits you can wear to make infiltrating the lab easier: wear your standard lab-coat or one of two special robo-suits, depending on what the situation calls for. You can...

Dexter's Laboratory: Science Ain't Fair

Dexter's Laboratory: Science Ain't Fair

Windows - Released - 2001

In Dexter's Laboratory: Science Ain't Fair, Dee Dee has gotten into her brother's lab (again!), but this time she has really caused trouble. Not only did she destroy his science project, somehow her meddling has caused Dexter to be shrunk down to three inches tall! How on earth is he going to prepare for the science fair now? He can't let Mandark win! The boy genius must figure out how to return himself to normal size or all will be wrong with his world. There are six arcade-style levels in Story mode which are played in order. Players take the role of Dexter and navigate him through his...

Driven

Driven

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - November 6, 2001

Players will immerse themselves in the dangerous, yet seductive world of open wheel racing. DRIVEN is based on Franchise Pictures and Warner Bros.' recently released film, DRIVEN, starring Sylvester Stallone. Surrounded by fast cars, fame, money, and women, drive as Jimmy Bly and Joe Tanto of Team Spirit. Pitted against their archrivals, Beau Brandenburg and Max Manley, gamers will fight for survival. Do you have what it takes to enter 'the zone' and then push on to the "ragged edge"? Will you grasp the victory from the others and take your place on the champion's podium?

Driven

Driven

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - November 28, 2001

Driven is an overhead-view F1 racing game that combines realistic aspects of the sport with some outrageous elements inspired by the film. In the game's Story Mode, you take on the alternating roles of Joe Tanto and Jimmy Bly with the goal of completing 12 objectives taken from the movie.

Driven

Driven

Nintendo GameCube - Released - March 30, 2002

The game Driven is based on the movie by the same name with Sylvester Stallone. The player competes in a series of open-wheel races that follow the plotline of the movie. Each selected driver has different attributes that effect the performance of the car. If the driver is skilled enough he can enter “The Zone”. Once in “The Zone”, the car performs at optimum efficiency. The point of the game is to win the series championship against your arch-rival. The game contains an arcade mode, a story mode and a multiplayer mode.

Ecks vs. Sever

Ecks vs. Sever

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - November 21, 2001

An FBI agent and a rogue NSA agent are pitted against each other in a deadly game of cat and mouse. Both skilled assassins bent on personal revenge, each must terminate the other in order to survive. But unknown to each other, they are both pawns in a much larger conspiracy. Now the as the hunters become the hunted, they must both determine who the real enemy is.

Ed, Edd n Eddy: Jawbreakers!

Ed, Edd n Eddy: Jawbreakers!

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - September 16, 2002

Ed, Edd n Eddy: Jawbreakers is a video game released on March 25, 2003, by Cartoon Network Interactive, based on the popular television cartoon Ed, Edd n Eddy for the Game Boy Advance. It was developed by Climax Group and BAM! Entertainment. The game mirrors Ed, Edd (Double Dee), and Eddy's television quest to make money to buy jawbreakers.

Fire Pro Wrestling

Fire Pro Wrestling

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - March 21, 2001

Step into the Fire Pro Wrestling ring and experience blistering hot wrestling action that will blow you away! Extreme Wrestlers. Masked Luchadores. Martial Artists. Ultimate Fighters. They're all here and they all have one mission--win at any cost. Chose Slams. Flying Backbreakers. Pile Drivers. Skull Crushers. No move is too extreme and nothing is illegal unless you get caught! One of the first Fire Pro Wrestling games to ever get released outside of Japan

Fire Pro Wrestling 2

Fire Pro Wrestling 2

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - September 24, 2002

Fire Pro Wrestling 2 features detailed action and more than 200 wrestlers from which to choose, as well as the ability to create and store wrestlers of your own. It also allows you to connect up to four Game Boy Advances and take on, team up, or trade wrestlers. You can customize every detail of a wrestler's appearance and use more than 1,200 fighting techniques in several modes, including Normal, Deathmatch, Gruesome, and Battle Royal. The game also includes a practice dojo in which you can practice your standing move, grab move, running move, and your move against a downed opponent.

Hot Potato!

Hot Potato!

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - July 1, 2001

Blending droll humor with classic matching-colors gameplay, Hot Potato! is a charming puzzler from BAM! Entertainment (makers of Powerpuff Girls GBC). The not-exactly-fresh backstory has alien spuds loitering in the streets of a quiet burg. You pilot a spud-cleaning vehicle that carries six spuds in two rows. Press A to flip the rows left and right and B to fire a row. If you shoot a spud at another of the same color, both will be eliminated, but if you don't, the spud you just fired will clog up the street until you eliminate it. If you crash into a spud, you'll lose one of your three lives.

Ice Nine

Ice Nine

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - February 28, 2005

Get ready to take part in an undercover operation to stop an evil plan to steal "Ice Nine," a destructive computer virus. As Tom Carter, you'll perform a variety of missions that slowly unlock a conspiracy within the CIA. You have an arsenal of tactical equipment, including a sniper rifle, submachine guns, shotguns, night vision goggles, and more. Take down your artificial intelligence-controlled enemies in different environments, or challenge up to three of your friends in a deathmatch arena.

Jimmy White's 2: Cueball

Jimmy White's 2: Cueball

Sony Playstation - Released - March 9, 2001

Jimmy "The Whirlwind" White is a master at the billiards table and a perennial favorite in the game of Snooker, and has been known to make shots that even pool-hall regulars would deem impossible. Jimmy White's Cue Ball boasts accurate physics and a straightforward interface. Players can choose from four different games - straight pool, eight ball, nine ball, and White's specialty, snooker. Jimmy Whites 2:Cueball is the most realistic snooker and pool simulation available, with stunning attention to detail, accurate ball physics and motion captured hands that act as your referee and...

Judge Dredd: Dredd vs. Death

Judge Dredd: Dredd vs. Death

Microsoft Xbox - Released - October 17, 2003

Judge Dredd: Dredd vs. Death is a first-person shooter video game based on the Judge Dredd character from the 2000 AD comic series, developed by Rebellion Developments. It was released on October 17, 2003 in Europe and February 8, 2005 in the United States.[1] It was released at a budget price and received mixed reviews from critics.

Kong: The Animated Series

Kong: The Animated Series

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - August 13, 2002

Our modern world and an ancient land have come together on Kong Island, a secret world of prehistoric beasts which protects the 13 sacred stones - the key to ultimate power! Join Kong, Jason and his friends in an amazing platform adventure, battling prehistoric creatures, to rescue the stones from the forces of evil and save the planet.

My Disney Kitchen

My Disney Kitchen

Sony Playstation - Released - June 10, 2002

Originally released by Disney Interactive in 1998 as a hybrid title for the Macintosh and PC, My Disney Kitchen gets re-cooked for the PlayStation, courtesy of BAM! Entertainment. Young chefs learn how to prepare various dishes, create meals and experiment with zany appliances, and acquire a practical sense of cleaning up after finished. More than 30 recipes are provided by FamilyFun Magazine, utilizing a fully stocked refrigerator and pantry in My Disney Kitchen. Gameplay encourages experimentation with ingredients, setting the table, arranging the room, serving food, and topping off...

The Powerpuff Girls: Bad Mojo Jojo

The Powerpuff Girls: Bad Mojo Jojo

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - November 14, 2000

The Powerpuff Girls make their first appearance on the Game Boy Color with POWERPUFF GIRLS: Bad Mojo Jojo. You take the role of Blossom, who is known for her intelligence. Blossom must punch and kick her way through levels filled with puzzles that need solving, and she's got to collect all of the icons in each level. Some of them are power-ups that allow Blossom to use an ice beam to temporarily freeze her enemies, while others are artwork that can be traded between the three POWERPUFF GIRLS games. Ultimately, Blossom must come face to face with her nemesis, Mojo Jojo. Will Blossom be able to...

The Powerpuff Girls: Battle HIM

The Powerpuff Girls: Battle HIM

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - February 27, 2001

One of three POWERPUFF GIRLS games released together on the Game Boy Color, THE POWER PUFF GIRLS: Battle Him cats you in the role of the lovable Bubbles. Bubbles' nurturing personality shines in the video game, as you help her collect power-ups and battle the infamous, evil "Him." She might be an elementary school student, but she'll prove just how dedicated she is to crime fighting, as you help Bubbles shoot her way through level after level of original action. Many of the items that you collect throughout the adventure can be traded for others via friends playing the other POWERPUFF GIRLS...

The Powerpuff Girls: Chemical X-Traction

The Powerpuff Girls: Chemical X-Traction

Nintendo 64 - Released - October 14, 2001

The Powerpuff Girls must battle enemies in a variety of settings in order to reclaim Chemical X and track down Mojo Jojo. In the story mode, players can pick up objects and throw them at an enemy to decrease their opponents health meter. They can use superpowered attacks by collecting vials of Chemical X. If the player successfully defeats the enemy in two out of three rounds, they move to the next enemy location. Players can play the story mode or can battle against a friend in a head-to-head battle.

The Powerpuff Girls: Chemical X-Traction

The Powerpuff Girls: Chemical X-Traction

Sony Playstation - Released - November 15, 2001

Powerpuff Girls: Chemical X-traction is a 3D fighting adventure featuring characters from Craig McCracken's hugely successful Cartoon Network series. Help Bubbles dispense a little justice on the wily Mojo Jojo or guide Buttercup to deliver a nice knuckle sandwich to deserving Gangreen Gang members. In the story mode, players can pick up objects and throw them at an enemy to decrease their opponents health meter. They can use superpowered attacks by collecting vials of Chemical X. If the player successfully defeats the enemy in two out of three rounds, they move to the next enemy...

The Powerpuff Girls: Gamesville

Windows - Released - October 31, 2002

This is an action, arcade game starring the cartoon superheroes Blossom, Buttercup and Bubbles. In this escapade, the evil villain Him has trapped all of Townsville inside a computer game. To free the town, the girls must defeat Him in eight arcade-style games. There are two modes of play: Story and Arcade. In Arcade mode, the objectives include tossing Townsville kids at Broccoloid aliens, punching or kicking blocks into place before a bridge collapses, rescuing citizens and getting them onto a bus, and going into storm drains to save City Hall from invading monsters. Each of the girls has a...

The Powerpuff Girls: Him and Seek

The Powerpuff Girls: Him and Seek

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - November 5, 2002

Nothing is what it seems in Townsville! The Powerpuff girls have been sent on a perfectly innocent scavenger hunt by Mrs. Keane until the evil Him steps in with his own version of the game to spice things up! Take control of Blossom Bubbles and Buttercup and defeat the villains solve the mystery and teach Him a lesson once and for all.

The Powerpuff Girls: Mojo Jojo-A-Go-Go

The Powerpuff Girls: Mojo Jojo-A-Go-Go

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - November 1, 2001

Blossom, Buttercup and Bubbles, are flying on the GameBoy Advance. It seems that Mojo Jojo has stolen the city's jewels and has used them to power an army of cybernetic robots called "Mobots". With the Mobots unleashing a reign of terror on Townsville, it is up to The Powerpuff Girls to defeat Mojo Jojo and his minions and stop that bad little monkey from taking over Townsville!

The Powerpuff Girls: Paint the Townsville Green

The Powerpuff Girls: Paint the Townsville Green

Nintendo Game Boy Color - November 1, 2000

The Powerpuff Girls return to the Game Boy Color with their second game, POWERPUFF GIRLS: Paint the Townsville Green. This time around, the evil Gangrene gang is causing trouble in the city and it is up to Buttercup to battle through the town and stop them. Since she is known for her physical strength, Buttercup uses it throughout the game to destroy enemies and anything else that gets in her way. Of course, all this fighting can wear on a girl, but the power-ups scattered throughout the levels will help aid the fight. Along with the power-ups, there are collectable items hidden in the game as...

The Powerpuff Girls: Relish Rampage

The Powerpuff Girls: Relish Rampage

Nintendo GameCube - Released - December 15, 2002

The Powerpuff Girls video games are a series of action, platformer games based on Cartoon Network's cartoon series, The Powerpuff Girls. They were published by BAM! Entertainment.

The Powerpuff Girls: Relish Rampage

The Powerpuff Girls: Relish Rampage

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - November 25, 2002

Townsville in a relish rampage!? The Powerpuff Girls are in a real pickle this time! Mojo Jojo, in his bid to become mayor, has accidentally summoned an entire race of mutant pickles to Townsville and they're taking over! Chaos reigns and the whole city has gone mad, or is that just plain marinated? It's time for some serious Powerpuff action! Your mission is to take on that bad monkey, Mojo Jojo, and then send those perilous polluting pickles back home!

Reign of Fire

Reign of Fire

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - October 22, 2002

Based on the film of the same name. Play as either a human or a dragon: As a human, you take the role of a resistance fighter, in a 3rd person vehicle-based shooter. As a dragon, you play as a maturing dragon in a 3rd person airborne shooter.

Reign of Fire

Reign of Fire

Nintendo GameCube - Released - November 26, 2002

Based on the movie, Reign of Fire lets you play as either a human or a dragon in an epic battle. As a human, you'll take the role of a resistance fighter who's trying to defend the last remaining humans from attack. You must make your way to the site of the sole male dragon using a variety of well-equipped vehicles and high-tech weaponry. As a dragon, you'll take the role of an infant, led by instinct to attack foes, and you'll attempt to eradicate the human race. With your natural fire-breathing and flying abilities, you can destroy everything on the ground or in the skies.

Reign of Fire

Reign of Fire

Microsoft Xbox - Released - November 6, 2002

Based on the film of the same name. Play as either a human or a dragon: As a human, you take the role of a resistance fighter, in a 3rd person vehicle-based shooter. As a dragon, you play as a maturing dragon in a 3rd person airborne shooter.

Reign of Fire

Reign of Fire

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - October 31, 2002

Reign of Fire will throw gamers into ferocious battles between two ancient species fighting for survival: humans and dragons. An action-packed third-person arcade adventure set in the near future, players will choose to take the side of either the humans - struggling to fight back against their seemingly insurmountable foes - or the dragons themselves: an awesome army of fire-breathing beasts intent on incinerating everything in their path. The dragons have remained illusive until today, despite the fact they are the stars of Reign of Fire. Players will encounter several breeds of the...

Riding Spirits

Riding Spirits

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - August 31, 2002

Hit the road on 200 of the fastest two-wheel machines on the planet from companies like Yamaha, Honda and Suzuki in the most accurate motorcycle racing game ever created. Earn your chance to sit astride these racing rockets by speeding to victory, winning cash for taking races. Spend your winnings on new bikes and all the racing gear you'll need to make you look as good as you ride. Drop serious dollars in the shop, adding better wheels, tighter suspension and bigger engines to your bike, taking it from stock ride to tricked-out racing machine. Anyone can wheel a bike out of a dealership --...

Riding Spirits II

Riding Spirits II

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - June 26, 2011

Pulling up alongside the MotoGPs and Gran Turismos of the racing sim world, Riding Spirits II is a bike racer's dream. Featuring a full-on career mode, quick arcade fixes for solo or multiplayer challenges, and enough customisation options to keep you occupied for ages, RSII brings all the high-speed action of the motorcycle racing circuit to life. Starting out as a rookie, you can gradually work your way up through the ranks to take on the world's best bikers in RS Mode, or hone your skills on a variety of surfaces in the Motard mode, where you'll learn how to handle your machine in every...

Runabout 3: Neo Age

Runabout 3: Neo Age

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - November 1, 2002

Go anywhere, smash anything that gets in your way. It's not always about driving well in New York - sometimes it's about getting from A to B by any means. If it involves taking out a few cars, buses, fire engines, taxis, delivery vans, telephone boxes, jumping a few ramps, making a few shortcuts... then so be it!

Samurai Jack: The Amulet of Time

Samurai Jack: The Amulet of Time

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - March 30, 2003

Samurai Jack is a warrior who is banished by the shape-shifting wizard Aku into the bizarre and twisted future. Bearing his new futuristic name, Jack wanders the land searching for a portal back in time to right the wrongs of the past. He has learned of a mysterious Amulet that, when all its pieces are found, will enable him to return to the past.. Join Samurai Jack on a journey of honor and revenge through a futuristic world filled with wonders and help him rid the world of evil once and for all.

Sgt. Rock: On the Frontline

Sgt. Rock: On the Frontline

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - December 17, 2000

The American way is no laughing matter, and Sgt. Rock is here to prove it to naysayers the world over. Help the leathery veteran make it all the way to enemy camp, then obliterate it in order to save the day and preserve U.S. ideals. Based on the arcade game FRONT LINE, this Game Boy Color update on the title features Sgt. Rock, a D.C. Comics hero. You must guide the war hero over rivers and through the woods, taking out enemy troops and tanks. The obstacles are bountiful, as you'll come up against heavy opposition at every turn. If you stumble upon an opposing tank, feel free to hop in just...

Sports Illustrated for Kids: Football

Sports Illustrated for Kids: Football

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - August 31, 2003

This is your team, and you can run it any way you see fit! Assemble your squad, come up with a menacing name, choose a style for your uniforms, and then put your athletes through a rigorous training camp in hopes of fielding the best bunch ever to hit the turf! There are no official licenses to stand in the way of the detailed action, leaving the burden on the game to deliver realistic gameplay at every turn. As your players become more experienced, their skill levels will increase and you’ll get a chance to see new special effects. There are tons of hidden bonuses such as power-ups and...

Star X

Star X

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - April 17, 2002

Through nine unique and extreme environments, players fly in aerial combat both in and above the atmospheres of the galaxy's planets in free roaming and land fixed play modes. Players will need to successfully complete 22 intense missions and survive fierce air-to-air and air-to-land battles with an alien race in order to save their plane. A step-by-step training mode gives the best techniques and tactics to destroy enemy aircraft and perform land-based attacks.

Transformers: Beast Wars Transmetals

Transformers: Beast Wars Transmetals

Nintendo 64 - Released - November 15, 2000

Now, experience a Transformers battle you've never seen before! Take command of the Heroic Maximals and Evil Predicons as they struggle for supremacy! More powerful than ever, these cybertronian warriors can convert into 3 modes: beast, vehicle, and robot. Run, blast and transform your way to victory! Crush the competition with the awesome Ultra Blast attack!

Transformers: Beast Wars Transmetals

Transformers: Beast Wars Transmetals

Sony Playstation - Released - March 15, 2000

Now, experience a Transformers battle you've never seen before! Take command of the Heroic Maximals and Evil Predicons as they struggle for supremacy! More powerful than ever, these cybertronian warriors can convert into 3 modes: beast, vehicle, and robot. Run, blast and transform your way to victory! Crush the competition with the awesome Ultra Blast attack!

Wallace & Gromit in Project Zoo

Wallace & Gromit in Project Zoo

Microsoft Xbox - Released - October 14, 2003

The diabolical penguin, Feathers, has imprisoned all the baby animals in a zoo, and it's up to Wallace and Gromit to rescue them. Charge through the gates as the resourceful and adventurous Gromit, and receive helpful hints from Wallace. This indomitable duo has an array of new inventions such as the Porridge Gun and the Banana Launcher, plus interesting contraptions built by Wallace himself. Gromit's break dancing, backflips, and sneaking moves will also prove valuable in your adventure.

Wallace & Gromit in Project Zoo

Wallace & Gromit in Project Zoo

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - October 7, 2003

Play as Gromit, with Wallace's help 5 enormous levels, 24 sub levels and mini-games in 8 worlds Use Wallace's bizarre inventions and build contraptions Bamboozle your way past Feather's army of henchmen Dozens of movie/game parodies Tons of special moves For 1 player

Wallace & Gromit in Project Zoo

Wallace & Gromit in Project Zoo

Nintendo GameCube - Released - October 14, 2003

Wallace & Gromit in Project Zoo is the first video game featuring Aardman Animations' popular characters Wallace & Gromit. The game was developed by Frontier Developments for the PlayStation 2, Xbox, GameCube and Microsoft Windows. The game also features the voice of Wallace, Peter Sallis.

Way of the Samurai

Way of the Samurai

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - February 7, 2002

Way of the Samurai, known in Japan simply as Samurai (侍?) is a PlayStation 2 (PS2) action-adventure game developed by Acquire and released in 2002. Set in 19th century Japan, the player takes on the role of a ronin who wanders into a remote village and becomes involved in a conflict between rival clans. A notable feature of the game is the branching storyline, which allows player decisions to radically alter the course of the story. An updated version titled Samurai Kanzenban (侍〜完全版〜?, lit. "Samurai Complete Edition") was released in Japan in 2003. It features bug fixes and additional...

WipEout Fusion

WipEout Fusion

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - June 18, 2002

WipEout Fusion is a futuristic racing game with action elements. Playing compete in the F9000 Anti-Gravity Race League, driving hovercrafts and sometimes using weapons against opponents to achieve victory. Like WipEout 3, the game contains single-race and league modes, as well as two-player split screen gameplay. The single race mode (called Arcade) is used to unlock new tracks. The challenge mode from WipEout 64 returns with a few enhancements: each team has its own set of six challenges, which must be completed with a medal in order to unlock the next one. A new Zone mode requires players...

Wolfenstein 3D

Wolfenstein 3D

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - March 31, 2002

You know the shot heard round the world? You could consider Wolfenstein 3-D to be the gaming version of that. That first shot from BJ Blazkowitz fathered countless games over the years including a revisit to the castle nine years later and this faithful GBA port. While the original was preceded on PCs by its cousin Catacombs 3-D, Wolfenstein 3-D had a much greater impact on the industry and gamers making it one of the most influential games of all times. Along with its younger brother DOOM, Wolf 3-D popularized the 3D FPS, and started a new revolution in gaming.

Xtreme Wheels

Xtreme Wheels

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - April 26, 2001

Are you bad enough to handle the best? The world's top BMX racers are ready to take you on, and you have no choice but to answer the call. You'll start at the bottom of the rankings, trying to work your way up the ladder by mastering 20 grueling courses and nailing difficult tricks. The object is to earn as many licenses as possible, which will earn you the right to compete in higher classes. Needless to say, the competition will get smarter and quicker as you advance through the ranks, so you'll need to bring your sharpest skills to the table. There are four different classes to stretch your...

Yogi Bear: Great Balloon Blast

Yogi Bear: Great Balloon Blast

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - December 17, 2000

In the addictive, balloon-bursting tradition of POP 'N POP and BUST-A-MOVE comes YOGI BEAR: Great Balloon Blast from Taito and Bam Entertainment. Jellystone Park is holding a Balloon Fest and Yogi Bear (that's you!) knows this is the perfect opportunity to grab hold of some delicious picnic baskets. But first you need to clear the skies of a ton of fast-moving, falling balloons. Guide Yogi across the bottom of the screen, sending balloons shooting upwards from your special picnic basket. The object is to align three balloons of the same color together. When you do, all three pop and disappear,...

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