Microsoft Xbox - Released - June 6, 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.
Nintendo Wii - Released - September 24, 2010
Arthur and the Revenge of Maltazard is a Party Game directly inspired by the second movie of the trilogy Arthur and the Minimoys. The game contains lots of interesting playable characters and has a good story which stays true to form right through the game. Each world that you encounter is abound with lots of different fun puzzles and challenges throughout that really keep your mind engaged and wanting for more. Each of the characters have different styles and abilities which adds an added appeal to the game. The game basically follows the film with most of the focus relayed towards mini-games.
Microsoft Xbox One - Released - January 12, 2016
Assassin's Creed Chronicles: India is the second game in the Assassin's Creed Chronicles trilogy, a spin-off of based on the main Assassin's Creed franchise. After China as a new setting in the first game, this title takes place in India in 1841 during the time the Sikh Empire was at war with the East India Company. The protagonist is the Assassin Arbaaz Mir who is in love with the princess Pyara Kaur. He has stolen the Koh-I-Noor diamond from the Maharajah's palace and his mentor Hamid believes it is a powerful item. The British troops strengthen their influence in the region, steered by infiltrated Templar agents and they also want the diamond back. Mir not only has to fight the Templars, but also needs to protect his master, the diamond and his lover. Just like the first game it is a 2.5D side-scrolling platform title that heavily encourages stealth, but does not force it as combat is also often an option. There are sections where small 3D moments come into play, for instance by hanging from windows where guards pass in hallways, paths and ziplines that lead to other layers in the background, and walls and hiding places that can be climbed or used in multiple directions. Combat is done with a sword with various moves to dash, slide, block, dodge bullets, roll and strike with a light or heavy attack. There is only a small amount of health and Mir is quickly overwhelmed. While sneaking enemies can be distracted using noise bombs, smoke bombs, chakrams as a throwing weapon, for instance to slice ropes from a distance, or by whistling. Sneaking is usually done based on line of sight, shown as a cone, but certain sections also have noisy floors where only slow movement is allowed. It is possible to hide in alcoves and steal from enemies if they are not watching. Loot provides additional ammo, keys or documents. Enemies can be choked with a non-lethal takedown and the bodies can be dragged to a different location. Mir can also use a grappling hook to hoist himself up. Tigers and birds play an important role as they can alert many guards at once. Once detected a timer counts down before every guard involved returns from a 'panicked/alerted' to an 'investigative' state, providing a small amount of time for Mir to find a safe spot. Just like the first game the player is rated based on how well stealth is applied. The level score combined with style bonuses unlocks perks and new abilities. Optionally chests with items can be opened and Animus shards can be collected. Next to the main game, divided into multiple levels with checkpoints and story sequences in between, there are separate missions in the Challenge Room section, based on three types: Assassinations, Collect and Contracts.
Windows - Released - March 4, 2010
Desmond Miles, the last in the line of the ancient order of Assassins, has been captured by the modern-day descendants of the Templars, forced to experience past events through a device called Animus in order to obtain crucial information. However, one of the scientists unexpectedly switches sides, asking Desmond to put his trust in her hands and follow her out of the complex. Soon afterwards they escape the holding place and team up with some new allies that intend to use Desmond's knowledge against the Templars. Their new device is called Animus 2.0, an upgraded version of the original. This time, Desmond relives the life of Ezio Auditore di Firenze, a man who lived in Italy in the 15th century. Ezio is a boisterous, seemingly carefree young man who likes to pick fights and chase skirts. But all that changes when his father and little brother are publicly executed by a man he trusted. Driven by vengeance, Ezio begins to discover more about his father's life, and realizes that he, too, belonged to the organization of the Assassins. Ezio becomes a skillful assassin himself, and is ready to go all the way to avenge the death of the people he loved. Assassin's Creed II is a free-roaming action game very similar in concept and gameplay mechanics to its predecessor. The events of the game take place in Florence, Venice, Rome, and other locations in Italy. Besides fictional characters, the game has famous historical figures from the time period, such as Leonardo da Vinci, Niccolò Machiavelli, Cesare Borgia and others, who play an active role in the game's story. Authentic cultural and political environment of the Italian Renaissance is represented in the game along with fictitious accounts of the events, alternate history, and metaphysical theories.
Android - Released - December 5, 2013
One of the world’s greatest action franchise is available on your mobile device! Become one of the most feared pirates of the Caribbean in this exclusive Assassin's Creed adventure! Play as Alonzo Batilla, a young and ambitious pirate captain, break the rules, challenge empires and amass gold! ENGAGE IN BRUTAL NAVAL COMBATS Fight in real-time naval battles all over the Caribbean Sea. Choose from a wide range of weapons from the pivot cannon to the mortar, to destroy your foes and manoeuver to dodge enemy shots. Show your skills, defeat legendary ships in battle and become a true pirate legend! BUILD UP YOUR CREW AND YOUR SHIP Raise your flag on the most iconic boats of the Golden Age of Piracy; ranging from the smallest ship to the Man O’War floating fortress. Upgrade your vessel with legendary customizations and the massive bounty plundered on the wild seas. Build your naval empire by recruiting the finest crew members and learn more than 50 new pirating techniques, cannon & sail upgrades to become a better captain and master naval battles. EXPLORE THE IMMENSITY OF THE CARIBBEAN... AND MUCH MORE! Sail throughout a vast array of islands as you explore a huge map. Search for nearly one hundred treasures and lost files. Run through dozens of lost Mayan temples, dodge obstacles using epic assassin’s parkour moves and collect mayans stones. Parkour temples to find the fragments of ancient treasure maps. Hunt sharks, whales and exotic fish to never run out of supplies. Furnish your fish collection with marvelous sea trophies, from small fry to massive sharks. Live the epic pirate life, raise the black flag and loot a merchant ship loaded with gold or set sail on quest to battle a slave ship. Beware of the English empire and the Spanish crown and their powerful master ship, as a pirate you are always on the run. Compete with your friends for the highest bounty. DISCOVER GROUNDBREAKING 3D VISUALS ON MOBILE AND TABLETS Bask in the West-Indies sunshine, admire beautiful sea sunsets, navigate ice mazes and sail through the night along breathtaking coastlines. Changing weather conditions directly impact the way you run your ship and redefine every landscape. Beware of storms and of the treacherous fog that will conceal your enemies until the last moment! Master the sea to become the most skillful pirate of the Caribbean Sea and be victorious in battles. EMBARK ON AN EPIC QUEST FOR A LEGENDARY TREASURE Live a naval adventure that will reveal the truth about the mysterious lost treasure of the famous French pirate and assassin La Buse. Cross paths with Assassins and Templars and take part in their age-old struggle. Meet the most notorious and colorful pirates of the era, including Sam Bellamy, Ben Hornigold, Charles Vane and Blackbeard!
Nintendo Wii - Released - November 27, 2008
Babysitting Party offers a variety of 30 mini-games that can be played head-to-head or cooperatively among your family or with your friends. Live a great adventure if you play alone or have fun with your friends, up to 4 players. Wii Remote gestures are intuitive, making the game easy to pick up and play, and some games can be played with the Wii Balance Board. You will have to play indoor & outdoor mini-games following the typical day of a baby and his/her babysitter, and prove that you are the best babysitter, alone or with your friends.
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - November 30, 2000
In the future, a new Batman is called upon to fight the criminal element in the futuristic city of Gotham. BATMAN BEYOND: Return of the Joker, based on the animated movie, follows the adventures of Batman as he attempts to solve the mystery of the return of his fiercest foe. This side-scrolling one-player game takes the player through 16 levels patterned the animated series, which provides an authentic look. Progression through these levels is far from linear, allowing players to search out hidden rooms, weapons, and enemies. Batman must keep an eye out for more than just his enemies however, because the Joker has set a variety of traps all throughout the game. Use weapons like a club and Magnetic NunChaku, or just take to your foes with your fists and feet of fury! You can also utilize the unique abilities of five different Bat-suits, each granting their own special ability. It's up to you to finish off the Joker for good in BATMAN BEYOND: Return of the Joker.
Windows - Released - November 19, 2003
In the future, on the planet Hillys, the population suffers from constant attacks from the alien DomZ. The situation is gradually getting worse, as the rate of DomZ kidnappings increases. The Alpha Section forces, who are in charge of protecting citizens, seem to be completely ineffective, not even fighting the DomZ. In the midst of this situation, the secretive organization IRIS alleges that the Alpha Section is involved in a massive government conspiracy, and seeks to expose the truth through journalism. The player controls a young reporter and photographer named Jade with her companions Pey'j and Double H. After experiencing first-hand a DomZ attack, she is contacted by IRIS, who recruits her as an action reporter. Jade is now tasked with infiltrating the Alpha Section, exposing the government conspiracy, and ultimately finding the truth for herself. Beyond Good & Evil is an action game with diverse gameplay. Much of the game is based on stealth and puzzles, but there are sequences of racing, shooting, combat, and platform action. Jade fights with her staff and also uses various abilities to execute long-ranged attacks and solve puzzles. Many of the puzzles require switching between the characters and using their special abilities; often it is necessary to coordinate the actions of two characters to achieve precise co-operation that leads to a puzzle's solution. Besides hostile areas with puzzles and enemies, there is also a city and other friendly areas to explore, where various items and gadgets can (and sometimes must) be bought. There are several mini-games and even an online ranking system (used by entering codes online after they are assigned in-game when the game is saved).
Windows - Released - September 7, 2007
Blazing Angels 2: Secret Missions of WWII is a 2007 flight-combat video game for the personal computer, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360; developed by Ubisoft Bucharest; and published by Ubisoft. It was released on September 7 in Europe, September 18 in North America, and October 4 in Australasia. A sequel of Blazing Angels: Squadrons of WWII, the game puts the player in an elite Allied squadron trying to prevent Nazi Germany from creating a weapon of mass destruction. As the player progresses, he will travel around the world and battle the enemy with a list of prototype fighter aircraft and upgrades. Multiplayer mode includes deathmatch, cooperative, capture-the-flag, and epic battle. A demo was released on the PlayStation Network and Xbox Live on August 23, 2007.
Windows - Released - March 23, 2006
Blazing Angels: Squadrons of WWII is a flight combat video game for the PC, Xbox, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Wii. It was developed by Ubisoft Bucharest during the second fiscal quarter of 2006 for both the North American and European regions. The game features 46 different World War II fighter planes and allows the player or players to take part in several World War II events as a fictional squadron. Online support allows 16 players to take part in head-to-head and co-operative battles. Blazing Angels: Squadrons of WWII was released on March 24, 2006 in the United States and March 31, 2006 in Europe.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - October 5, 2005
The story is essentially told as a "reflection" on the events that took place earlier, as Army historian Colonel S.L.A. Marshall is interviewing paratroopers 15+ days after D-Day. The story is divided into three parts. The first part of the game is recollection of Hartsock's time in Sergeant Matt Baker's squad during the initial D-Day invasion. The second part picks up when he takes command of 2nd Squad, 3rd Platoon during the liberation and defense of Carentan, and the eventual link up between 82nd and 101st Airborne Division at the town of Baupte. The final part will take place in and around Saint-Sauveur-le-Vicomte. Although the first part takes place under Baker's command, every mission is one not included in Road to Hill 30. The player commands Desola, Allen, and Garnett from 3rd Squad, and some soldiers from 2nd Squad at first. Then the game switches the player to command the entire 2nd Squad after the Battle of Bloody Gulch (Hill 30). Hartsock's squad consists of the remains of the original 2nd Squad (Cpl. Franklin Paddock, Pvt. Dean "Friar" Winchell, and Pfc. James Marsh) and the remnants of 1st Squad (Cpl. Jacob Campbell, Pvt. Will Paige, and Pvt. Derrick McConnell). In addition, the player will also be in command of Corporal (later promoted to Sergeant) Seamus Doyle of the 82nd Airborne during the initial D-Day invasion in early parts of the game.
Windows - Released - October 6, 2005
With its unprecedented combination of authenticity, compelling story and squad-based action, the Brothers in Arms franchise has established itself as a benchmark for military action games, receiving the highest average review scores of any console WWII game to date (www.gamerankings.com). Brothers in Arms Earned in Blood adds new features and game modes and builds upon the elements that made Brothers in Arms Road to Hill 30 a runaway success. Featuring a new single player narrative, new multiplayer missions, an all-new cooperative style game mode, and new weapons and vehicles.
Windows - Released - October 7, 2008
Brothers in Arms Hell's Highway brings the critically acclaimed squad-based WWII shooter into the next generation of gaming with amazing graphics and sound, new cutting-edge gameplay features and a totally redesigned online component. Delivering on the franchise's compelling story, unrivaled authenticity and intense squad-based action, Brothers in Arms Hell's Highway drops you into Operation Market Garden, the largest paratrooper operation in World War II.
Sony Playstation 3 - Released - September 23, 2008
Brothers in Arms: Hell's Highway is the third installment of the Brother in Arms series and takes place four months after "Operation Overlord". The player once again takes over the control of Staff Sergeant Matthew Baker and his squads as they take part in "Operation Market Garden". With the goal to secure multiple bridges, three airborne divisions were dropped into the Netherlands behind enemy lines on the 17th September 1944 - one of which was the 101st Airborne Division, Matt Baker's unit. The game tells the story of him and his squad assaulting and securing Eindhoven and the subsequent defense of the surrounding area against the German counter-attacks. As in the previous games the player, in 1st person perspective or via tactical map, orders his squad around the map from cover to cover, ordering them to suppress the enemy and planning a flank attack to take the enemy position out, always advancing to the next objective. But to spice things up a bit, there isn't just an assault team waiting to be controlled. In some missions the player gets access to more specialised machine gun or bazooka teams. Especially the latter is very useful now since cover can be destroyed with enough fire power. There are also missions in which the player has control over a tank or has to fulfill the objective completely on his own. Like in Rainbow Six: Vegas the player can also now do a move called "Dig in" at each cover. This will switch the camera to a 3rd person view and make the character invulnerable to enemy attack (as long as the cover isn't destroyed). From this position he can blind fire or look over the cover to get the kill with the improved combat system which doesn't rely that much on flanking the enemy anymore since every part of an enemy can now be hit if it's visible. And if the player makes an especially impressive shot (long distance head shot for example), the game switches to a slow-motion action cam, showing the hit in every gory detail. Another change is the new health system. As opposed to a fixed amount of health, the characters now regenerate health automatically if not under fire. The game also features a team-based multiplayer mode for up to 20 players in which the teams either have to capture flag points or defend these points or eliminate the whole opposition to win the round.
Microsoft Xbox - Released - March 1, 2005
Created by Texas-based Gearbox Software, Brothers in Arms aims to be one of the most realistic and authentic World War II shooters ever. Based on a true story, the game puts players in the role of Sgt. Matt Baker, a D-Day paratrooper squad leader as he leads the squad through the European campaign. Each battlefield has been meticulously recreated from aerial reconnaissance images, US Army Signal Corps photos and eye-witness accounts of war-torn Normandy. Also available for PS2 and PC.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - March 15, 2005
Brothers in Arms is based on the true story of the 502nd Parachute Infantry Regiment of the famed 101st Airborne Division who were dropped behind German Lines on D-Day. The game is based on the historical Mission Albany, in which the player has to complete true-to-life missions of the 101st. Baker's squad consists of Cpl. Joe "Red" Hartsock, Cpl. Sam Corrion, Pfc. Jack Courtland, Pfc. Stephan "Obi" Obrieski, Pvt. Larry Allen, Pvt. Johnny Rivas, Pvt. Michael Desola, Pvt. David Muzza, Pfc. Thomas "Zano" Zanovich, Pvt. Michael Garnett and Pvt. Dale "Kid" McCreary. The Radioman is Pfc. Kevin Benjamin "Legs" Leggett. The squad is one of three under Platoon Sgt. Greg "Mac" Hassay. "Mac" served under Sgt. Baker's father, whom he had much respect for, in the First World War and has promised to himself to make Sgt. Baker into a good soldier.
Windows - Released - March 15, 2005
Based on a true story. Set during the famous airdrop before the invasion at Normandy, where Sgt. Matt Baker and his squad of 101st Airborne Paratroopers were scattered over the French countryside. As the story unfolds, you must choose between the success of your mission and the lives of your men - your brothers in arms. Brothers In Arms: Road to Hill 30 will immerse players in the historic, eight-day invasion of Normandy - with unparalleled imagery, authenticity, sound, and gameplay.
Windows - Released - March 17, 2006
Detective Jack Walters arrived in Innsmouth to solve a case of a missing person. But soon he finds himself confronted with terrible mysteries older than humanity, and with ghosts of the mysterious events that led to his incarceration in a mental hospital years ago. Call of Cthulhu: Dark Corners of the Earth is a first-person action-adventure survival horror game, based on the H.P. Lovecraft mythos and his short story "The Shadow Over Innsmouth". Initially, CoC: DCotE plays like an adventure game, but soon it gains elements of a stealth game and of a first-person shooter. Notably, the game does not feature an on-screen HUD (not even a crosshair); Jack's health is hinted at by visual cues; as for ammo, you need to remember how much you have left before you'll have to reload. The health system used in the game is uncommon. There is no "hit points" system; rather, Jack receives minor or major wounds in specific parts of the body, and if he breaks a leg he's slowed down. To heal himself and prevent death from bleeding out, Jack can pick up medikits which contain bandages, splints, sutures and antidotes, each of which is used to heal a specific type of wound. Ill effects emerging from the wounds can be temporarily suppressed with a fix of morphine. Jack's sanity also plays an important role. When Jack looks at disturbing things or finds himself in alarming conditions, his vision blurs, he begins hearing voices and talking to himself. If this gets too bad, Jack may go insane or commit suicide. Also, Jack suffers from acrophobia, and looking down in high places will cause him vertigo.
Windows - Released - May 22, 2013
From the dust of a gold mine to the dirt of a saloon, Call of Juarez® Gunslinger is a real homage to the Wild West tales. Live the epic and violent journey of a ruthless bounty hunter on the trail of the West’s most notorious outlaws. Blurring the lines between man and myth, this adventure made of memorable encounters unveils the untold truth behind some of the greatest legends of the Old West. • Meet the legendary outlaws: Billy the Kid, Pat Garrett, Jesse James… Face down the West’s most notorious gunslingers and live the untold stories behind the legends. • Dispense your own justice: With a gun holster tied to your leg, become a ruthless bounty hunter on a journey made of all-out gun battles. • Prevail in deadly gunfights: Master the art of blasting pistols, shooting rifles and dodging bullets. Unleash lethal combos to gun down multiple enemies in split seconds. • Become the West’s finest: Choose the specific gun-fighting skills you want to develop and acquire new shooting abilities to become the West’s finest gunslinger. • Experience a lawless land: Blaze a trail through the wilderness of the Old West and live an epic adventure through stunning Western landscapes.
Windows - Released - September 13, 2011
When a Mexican drug cartel bombs a US law enforcement agency, a US task force begins a blood-soaked quest for justice. Play as Ben McCall, a brutal LAPD cop and descendant of Ray McCall; Eddie Guerra, a DEA agent with a chronic gambling habit; or Kim Evans, a gang-affiliated street kid turned FBI agent. Who you choose determines how the unforgettable story unfolds. As you fight to dismantle the Cartel and unravel the mystery of the bombing, you’ll embark on an epic, bloody road trip from the streets of Los Angeles to Ciudad Juarez. Experience the lawlessness of today’s Wild West as you hunt down the Cartel before the violence escalates north of the border.
Windows - Released - 2004
The 10th Edition is the first game in the series to feature a working online component and also the first PC version to feature animated chess sets and customizable interface. There are three main areas: Play, with Training, Ranked, Setup Position, Tournaments, Online/LAN modes Learn, with Academy (a humongous tutorial collection for all levels of players), Openings training, Database and Famous Games Fun, a kid-oriented area with a whimsical interface where they can play, learn or solve chess puzzles
Nintendo DS - Released - October 23, 2007
In Chessmaster: The Art of Learning, Josh Waitzkin, International Master and eight-time National Chess Champion, coaches players to grasp the basic fundamentals of chess and to master the game through exciting courses and tutorials taken directly from his book, The Art of Learning. Players can then practice their newly learned skills in single-player mode or challenge their friends to a fun-spirited competition in multiplayer mode.
Windows - Released - April 29, 2014
Aurora, a young girl from 1895 Austria, awakens on the lost fairytale continent of Lemuria. To return home she must fight against the dark creatures of the Queen of the Night, who have stolen the sun, the moon and the stars. At stake is not only Lemuria, but Aurora’s true destiny. Created by a talented team at Ubisoft Montreal using the UbiArt Framework, Child of Light is an RPG inspired by fairy tales complemented with a story carefully crafted in verse and rhyme. Step into a living painting, the breathtaking scenery of Lemuria is an invitation to explore a long lost world. Across your journey through Lemuria you will encounter many eccentric creatures, from spirits of the forest to talking mice to wicked witches and evil sea serpents. Discover a vast land with iconic locations and exciting dungeons that will evolve as Aurora regains the stolen lights. Battle enemies using an Active-Time Battle System alongside the firefly Igniculus and other members of Aurora’s party on their quest to recover the sun, the moon and the stars. Beat your enemies using a deep party system and the varied skill trees of your party. Play with a friend as both Aurora and Igniculus using the seamless drop-in drop-out cooperative multiplayer.
Windows - Released - August 2, 2013
Unhappily ever after. That’s how it starts. The Orb resurfaces and the classic characters return. Kobbler with his mania, Princess with her endless boredom. It’s only a matter of time before Bob, our hero, shows up to put order back to madness. Three powers struggle for victory and the fate of Cloudberry Kingdom hangs in the balance. What will become of the retired hero, Bob? Will saving Princess one last time win her love? Could true love ever stop Kobbler and the power of the Orb? No, probably not. But hey, it’s worth a shot!
Windows - Released - August 18, 2001
Mankind has finally learned how to explore the outer regions of space using wormhole technology, but Man is not alone in the Void. Two other races are also exploring and exploiting the cosmos for its resources and living space: the Mantis, an insect-like race whose technology relies on large numbers of quick fleets, and the Celaerans, beings of energy cursed by their creators to spend their lives in strange, armored canisters. Expand your fleet, explore your universe, and crush your opponents! Conquest: Frontier Wars features large-scale fleet battles, intelligent fleet admirals who serve under your command as hero units, and pulse-pounding deep space RTS Sci-Fi gameplay! Manage your supply lines while waging war in multiple maps simultaneously. Don’t let your fleets collapse because as the old maxim states: your fleet is your fate. - Oversee up to 16 interplanetary battle maps at once through the cunning use of wormholes. - Enter a new dimension of strategic possibilities with the supply line management system. - Command up to 6 highly intelligent fleet admirals who implement your orders, assess threats, and react with organized tactics. Also includes Game Manual, Soundtrack, and Source Code in download.
Sony PSP - Released - October 15, 2009
Cover Girl is aimed at a female audience and it is described as a 'way to become a Truly Fabulous Female'. The game starts by asking some personals details. You enter your name, date of birth, and your favourite music style. You then choose one of the three available female characters that will guide you through the game. The player then gets to access the Cover Girl magazine where the content is customized based on a number of questions. The game for instance asks you whether numbers or letters attempt you more, if you are in the mood for food choices or to release your inner child, and if you are more interested in being dressed to kill than deadweight dumping. The game then generates a Cover Girl magazine based on your preferences. As a digital magazine the player can then read articles about the behaviour of men, horoscopes, recipes, do a tarot session, answer questions in a sex-o-meter quiz, consult the Manlation to get to know the behaviour of men, complete a Purse-onality quiz to find the perfect purse or do Sudoku puzzles. After going through a number of items a new issue becomes available with new content based on the same themes. It also includes a size translator to compare and convert the different clothes and shoes sizes around the world. There are 25 mini-games in total and over 100 quizzes. Additional magazines were unlocked afterwards and made available through the PlayStation Store.
Windows - Released - October 25, 2006
A long time ago, an extreme powerful mage called the Seventh Dragon banished all demons from the world and paid with his death for this. But the prophecies tell that after 1000 years, a Dark Messiah - half human, half demon - will return to the earth to destroy the barrier that stands between the worlds. Now twenty years ago, a Demon Lord successfully mates with Isabel, Queen of the Griffin Empire and all attempts of the Emperor to exorcist her fail (you can play this mission in Heroes of Might and Magic V) and the Dark Messiah is born. Also he doesn't know it yet, his goal is to obtain the Skull of the Seventh Dragon called Skull of Shadows from Skull Island, where it is guarded by the orcs and destroy the barrier between the worlds with it. The name of the Dark Messiah is Sareth and he's a mage apprentice. One day, his master sends him to Stonehelm to help another mage retrieve the Skull. And so the Prophecy seems to become real. But it is yours to decide if you use the Skull, once you've obtained it, for good or for evil since you are playing Sareth. Dark Messiah: Might and Magic is a first-person action game set in the medieval age so instead of guns you use swords, bows and magic to defeat your enemies. As you progress through the story you obtain skill points which you can invest in one of three skill trees called Combat, Magic and Stealth. How you skill Sareth directly influences the combat in the game. You can either play like an assassin and backstab your enemies to oblivion or make him a perfect sword-fighter who can use different combos to take out his enemies for example. But you can also use your environment to make your kills. There are countless items you can lift and throw at your enemy or you can light up your arrow on a campfire nearby to inflict more damage. You can also make good use of your foot and kick your enemies off cliffs or kick them into spikes that come out of the wall or use other traps that are scattered in the levels like bringing a statue to a fall. The main innovation in Dark Messiah is the so-called Body Awareness System. This basically means that Sareth is a real part of the world, like every other NPC. This makes not only the whole combat more intense because your whole body moves with every sword-swing you make but the NPCs can interact more directly with you. For example, an Orc can take you by your neck and throw you through the room. If you've already saved (or damned) the world, you can turn to the multiplayer-mode. There you've access to five different character classes from the knight to the priestess. With each kill you make, you earn experience points and increase in rank. Then you get skill points you can invest in your skill tree to get new talents or upgrade existing ones. This is most important in the Conquest game-mode, in which you play various maps in a row and keep your level between all the way. In the Conquest-mode, two teams (Humans and Undead) fight over the possession of the flags on a map. Once one team holds all flags, it wins and the next map is loaded. But there's also normal (Team-)Deathmatch available.
Windows - Released - December 15, 2000
Gold and Glory: The Road to El Dorado is an adventure video game developed by Revolution Software. An adaptation of the film The Road to El Dorado, it was released on Game Boy Color, Microsoft Windows and PlayStation.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - September 5, 2005
The mid 1960's was a time of racing legends. A time when race car drivers were the real heroes. Golden Age of Racing gives you the chance to relive the best years of Grand Prix racing. These cars are high horse-power, no downforce, rear-wheel drive works of automotive art. Take to ten of the most challenging tracks on the international circuit against incredibly intelligent opposition that knows how to hold a grudge. So strap yourself in to the seat and start your engine. Only your reflexes can save you now! The incredible power of these legendary vehicles feels like nothing you've played before. Exhibition, Time Challenge, Championship Season and competitive two-player split-screen modes. The Trophy Room maps out your race to victory, listing your race wins and revealing a wealth of unlockable content. Seen a great pile-up mid race? Instantly view it at a variety of speeds and angles, then carry on racing when you're done!
Nintendo Wii - Released - August 17, 2010
DANCE YOUR WAY TO FIT! Dance to popular Latin styles such as Salsa, Samba, Rumba, Flamenco, Reggaeton and Meringue. Plus, pump up your routine with boxing-inspired dance routines * DANCE TO CURRENT HITS! The game features hit songs to keep you moving and motivated! Songs include: Just Dance, Forever, I Will Survive, Good Vibrations, Gonna Make You Sweat, I'm Too Sexy, Material Girl, Stronger, Jai Ho, Smooth, Salome, Oye Como Va, Cosmic Girl & Heart of Glass. * MINI-GAMES TARGETING SPECIFIC MUSCLE GROUPS! Strengthen your muscles with fun mini-games such as rodeo bull riding, karate, rowing, kangaroo boxing, sword fighting and more! Many of these games are Wii Balance Board–compatible. * CUSTOMIZED TO YOU! Build your own circuit program or let the game create one for you. Circuit programs are continuous dancing and mini-game sessions lasting up to 30 minutes. Experience the fun of working out as you dance off extra pounds! Your personal trainer teaches you dance moves, motivates you and increases the intensity of your workout based on your performance. Customize your character and your trainer with different outfits and accessories * DANCE WITH A FRIEND! The game supports two players so you and a friend can dance the calories away together! * TRACK YOUR PROGRESS! All of your exercise history, including play time, calories burned, and BMI (determined by standing on the Wii Balance Board) is stored in the game so you can easily track your progress. * BONUS PASS: A Gold's Gym VIP 7 Day Membership Pass is included with new copies of the game!
Windows - Released - January 29, 2015
Do you remember all those sleepless nights spent fighting Black Dragons and Archangels, Demons and Necromancers? Were you a true fan of Heroes® of Might & Magic® III? We have great news for you! The most popular Heroes® title of all time is back in HD! Fifteen years later, rediscover the epic tale of Queen Catherine Ironfist, as she re-embarks on her critically acclaimed quest to unite her ravaged homeland and re-conquer the kingdom of Erathia. Forge the destinies of mighty and magical heroes, leading fantastic and ferocious creatures in a game that still stands today as the landmark opus of the Might & Magic: Heroes’ franchise. Heroes® of Might & Magic® III is a turn-based strategy game, originally released in February 1999.
Nintendo Wii - Released - October 3, 2010
Hollywood Squares is based on the long-running game show and allows two players to play a celebrity and joke-filled version of Tic Tac Toe. Standard stock character models fill out most of the board, while the center square is occupied by one of four celebrities: Brad Garrett, Kathy Griffin, Jeffrey Tambor, or Martin Mull. Choosing one of them during gameplay triggers full motion video of the celebrity answering a question during an actual Hollywood Squares episode. Players can unlock new wardrobe options for their players by winning games and bonus rounds.
Sony PSP - Released - September 4, 2009
A wilderness adventure on mustang horseback! Take the saddle for Lily's most challenging adventure yet. Roam freely through stunning surroundings caring for mustangs threatened by extinction, and look after the foals and horses in your care to prepare them for all-new competitions. Befriend and look after beautiful mustangs that will help you win competitions. Spend time in the paddock feeding, washing and brushing the foals and horses. Share your adventure with a friend and unlock new items for your horse. Ride your horse freely through wide open environments and discover wild herds.
Windows - Released - July 7, 2004
The critically acclaimed adventure of Uru: Ages Beyond Myst returns with this special collection that contains more Uru than ever before. Already the deepest Myst adventure to date, Uru is significantly expanded with the addition of To D'ni and The Path of the Shell, expansion packs that will take Uru beyond your imagination. Uru: Immerse yourself in a story that features the discovery of the lost D'ni civilization. Follow Yeesha, eccentric daughter of Atrus, to discover Lining Books, encounter descendants, and solve puzzles as you adventure through surreal 3D worlds beyond your imagination. To D'ni: The first Uru expansion pack lets the player visit various parts of the D'ni cavern. Myst fans will be astounded by the amount of historical and cultural information included in this expansion, and those new to the greatest adventure game of all time will be driven by the expansion story's major dramatic question: "What happened to the DRC and its Restoration?" Through a series of challenges that send the player searching the island of Ae'gura and two D'ni neighborhoods, the player accesses three sections of the D'ni Great Zero. The Path of the Shell: The second Uru expansion pack. The second expansion pack for Uru takes the player on a journey to uncover Yeesha's destiny. In Uru, the player learns about D'ni's past. In Uru: To D'ni, the player learns about D'ni's present - the failed Restoration by the DRC. In Uru: The Path of the Shell, the player learns about D'ni's future.
Taito Type X - April 30, 2007
Paradise Lost is a two-player arcade cabinet light gun rail-shooter game released in 2007, developed by Gloval VR and published by Ubisoft. It is based on Far Cry Instincts and uses models, textures, and assets from that game. The player(s) take the role of Jack Carver and an unidentified partner, who fight using a pair of swivel-mounted machine guns, which also have a limited number of rockets and grenades. From the beginning of the game the player(s) can select one of four levels, in which they will navigate through the environment along a fixed path while battling mercenaries, mutant Trigens, and small dinosaur-like lizards. After completing all four levels, a fifth level is unlocked in which the players travel through the island's main facility which culminates in a final battle against a mutagen-enhanced Colonel Crowe.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - November 30, 2007
A pet simulation game that lets owners name, train and play with a realistic puppy. Players create and control a main character and choose one of 49 different dogs from 18 different breeds. As characters in the game, owners can take their puppies everywhere within the virtual environment, from through the house to around the neighborhood to visit friends. Gamers will earn their puppy-s love and loyalty by remembering to feed and groom it and reward it when it does things correctly. Owners can train the puppy to lie down, shake, fetch and perform many other tricks.
Nintendo GameCube - Released - December 3, 2002
Donald Duck was minding his business one day at his boring security guard job when the evil Evronian empire decided to attack Earth. A computer being known as One detected the invasion early, and teams up with Donald to turn him into the superhero PK. Now it is PK's job to repel the alien invasion. The PK character may be unfamiliar to American audiences, but he is popular in Italy (and some other parts of Europe) through a series of comic books. This game is a simple 3rd person action shooter game. You control PK as he targets Evronian soldiers with his blasters, jumps through colorful environments, and rescues captured scientists.
Microsoft Xbox 360 - June 13, 2007
Prince of Persia Classic is an enhanced remake of the original Prince of Persia created by Jordan Mechner. The visual style has been upgraded to resemble Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time, and the Prince himself has acquired some additional moves, such as the ability to roll, backflip, wall jump and stop time briefly during combat. However, the core gameplay remains the same as the original - defeat Jaffar within one hour, watching out for the many traps and defeating the guards you encounter.
Windows - Released - June 8, 2010
It was just going to be a social visit. The Prince of Persia just wanted to say "hi" to his older brother, Prince Malik who is the current ruler of the kingdom. Upon his arrival however he learns that he's not the only visitor: the whole Osman's army is at the castle's doorsteps and Malik's army can't hold the fort much longer. The Prince manages to find his way into the castle and meet up with Malik in the treasury. But it's already too late. The Osmans have broken through and the end seems near. In his desperation Malik turns to the sealed portal in the treasury and speaks the magic words. Bad idea. The portal was sealed for a reason, keeping a force imprisoned that is no match for any army in the world. Rumoured to have been the knights of King Salomon himself they walk upon the earth once more, storm the castle and attack friends and foes alike. Upon his escape, the Prince wanders into the realm of Razia, Queen of the Djinn. She remembers the creation of the Sand Army and knows how to keep it at bay. So the Prince joins forces with her and tries to find a way to defeat the army and keep the Kingdom from being swallowed by the sand. With Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands the series returns in graphical style - being more down to earth again - story and gameplay to the one known from the Sands of Time trilogy after its brief departure with the cel-shaded-adventure Prince of Persia. As such the story takes place between the events in Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time and Prince of Persia: Warrior Within filling in some of the blanks while the player looks the Prince over the shoulder and maneuvers him through the levels. Gameplay-wise this means that the player again fights multiple enemies at once and also again jumps, climbs and rolls around in big and vast rooms to get to the other side. To be able to do so, the Prince still knows how to walk on walls, swing on rails or rip through flags to safely get back to ground level. If something goes wrong, the player can always use the Power of Time to rewind a bit and try it again as long as he has enough sand left, which in turn is dropped by killed enemies and by destroying scenery objects (mostly vases). To deal with the hordes and hordes of different enemies - most of them undead - the player has access to different kinds of more or less dangerous attacks which he can string together into powerful combos. This includes kicking and jumping around as well as a death attack which instantly kills enemies fallen to the ground. In addition, the player will gain access to special powers. As he collects the essence from fallen enemies he earns experience points for doing so, levels up and gets upgrade points which in turn are invested into a skill tree to unlock new or upgrade existing powers. Besides the power to rewind time, the Prince is able to freeze water, rebuild destroyed parts of the city or engulf himself in an armor of stone. Each of these powers is active until the energy bar of the Prince drops to zero. Again killing enemies is the key to replenish it.
Sony Playstation 3 - Released - November 16, 2010
The King and the Prince of Persia are besieging the Maharajah's castle to plunder the treasures hidden inside. In order to impress his father, the Prince sneaks inside to recover the magical Dagger of Time. He quickly learns that this dagger has the ability to control time. The malevolent Vizier has other plans for the dagger, however, and tricks the Prince into unlocking a mysterious secret of the Dagger that causes the King and many of his subjects to be turned into sand zombies. Now, the Prince must figure out what has happened and try to set things right again. Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time is an action game with platforming and puzzle-solving elements. It updates many of the gameplay concepts from the previous games, and brings them into a fully three-dimensional world. The Prince will engage in sword fighting, wall climbing, spike dodging, puzzle solving, and more in his quest. The Prince also carries the Dagger of Time, which allows him to unleash several magical powers. The most important of these powers is the ability to reverse time. This ability allows the player to reverse their actions when they lead the Prince to his death.
Sony Playstation 3 - Released - December 15, 2010
The Prince of Persia returns to his kingdom to find it decimated by war and turned against him in Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones. You can play as the time-bending prince or his evil alter-ego as he tries to return to the throne that is rightfully his. Now there are two distinct characters, each with their own abilities and backgrounds, as you explore the urban setting of Babylon. Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones adds new Sands of Time abilities and an all-new setting for the third chapter in the Prince of Persia story
Sony Playstation 3 - Released - December 15, 2010
Prince of Persia: Warrior Within is the direct sequel to Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time. Seven years later, the Prince is hunted by a monster known as Dahaka. He finds out that anyone who manipulates the Sands of Time is destined to die shortly afterwards; but the Prince has escaped his fate, and that's the reason for Dahaka's rage. Now the Prince must travel to the mysterious Island of Time, where he hopes to find the Empress of Time and, through time manipulation, somehow prevent her from creating the Sands in the first place... The game comes with a new, darker look for the Prince and his surroundings. The fights are more brutal and take a larger part in the game, as the Prince now has enhanced fighting moves, including new attack moves via walls and poles. Even though the fights make up a large part of the game, the puzzle sections are still present and more complicated than before. A new move in the puzzle sections of the game is the curtain slide, which allows you to slide down to the ground slowly. There are still plenty of options for time manipulation, and the storyline also lets you travel back and forth in time, visiting the same locations in an alternate time period.
Amstrad GX4000 - Released - 1990
Endorsed by famous tennis player, Jimmy Connors, this game offers tournament and single play on multiple court types. Using crosshairs, aim your ball to the other side of the court and hope you hit where you want. If you are lucky, you might even score an Ace. If not, you will need to be ready to return your opponent's return. Run back and forth as you try to keep hitting the ball over the net until your opponent misses, or you do. When you hit the ball, you will want to attempt changing the direction and speed of the ball to throw your opponent off balance. This is the real challenge of any tennis game.
Nintendo Wii - Released - December 28, 2009
A raving Rabbid is stuck inside the Wii Remote controller! Come play with him! First of all, try interacting with him by moving the Wii Remote or pressing the buttons and seeing how much he loves it! Once you've gotten to know the crazy guy, it's time to change his appearance in the Lab! Mess with his head and place seasonal accessories on him to act as a hat, or change his look entirely with the painting module! When you've made your raving Rabbid completely unique, you can take a photo and send it in a Wii message to show your friends!
Nintendo DS - Released - December 7, 2009
The legendary first Rayman adventure now on Nintendo DSiWare. • Play Rayman and try to save his amazing world from the evil Mr Dark! • Discover a charming universe with colourful landscapes and meet funny characters who will help Rayman through his quest! • Experiment with his abilities and punch, hang or fly in the air. • Take advantage of the new Nintendo DSi features like the Nintendo DSi cameras and touch map selection!
Windows - 1999
The basic of this game is to teach kids ages 4-6 numbers & literacy. The activities teach kids many things and the kids will have fun playing this game.
Android - Released - February 18, 2016
When a villain known only as Mr. Dark appears, trouble brews in Rayman's world. Mr. Dark captures the Toons - source of light and Rayman's friends. With no more light, evil creatures begin to roam, making the world unsafe for everyone. Its up to you, as Rayman, to free your friends and put an end to Mr. Dark's dastardly schemes! Rayman is a side-scrolling platformer starring the titular Rayman, a big-nosed chap with no arms or legs. Rayman can jump and use his hair to hover for a short period of time. He can also attack by throwing his fists, or winding up his fists for a more powerful punch. He can occasionally find special power ups that grant him unlimited flying power, giving him the ability to navigate through tricky mazes.
Sony Playstation - Released - December 20, 2000
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 whole reveals the location of Mister Dark's hideout, is awarded. Art Alley, Peeble Peril, Ring Rhapsody, Copter Candy, Butterweed Bog, Eraser Rebound, Rocky Road, Slick Slopes, Crazy Caves, Rising Tides, Percussion Path, and Tasty Chase are the 12 activities making up the game. They are equally divided into six grammar and six math activities. Copter Candy teaches children about place value while making use of Rayman's super helicopter ability as he flies through a candy maze. Art Alley encourages children to recognize beginning word sounds while guiding Rayman through the level by gliding on artist's pallets. Three difficulty levels allow the activities to be tailored to different grade levels. Practice levels in Betilla's Garden are available from the beginning of the game, allowing children to hone their Rayman-controlling abilities such as jump and crawl, as well as his Superfist and Helicopter actions. This area can be skipped, permitting players to begin the first activity immediately. The Wizard and Bettila the Fairy guide Rayman through the adventure offering help and advice, and extra help is also available on some of the levels by pressing the R2 button. The Magician's Hat gives instructions for the exercise, and players will need to be on the lookout for items such as life giving Super Power Balls, Extra Lives, Speed Fist, and Golden Fists that give speed and power to Rayman's Super Fist action. Blue Bubbles lead the way through every level and provide an extra life for every 50 collected. Rayman will be hindered by spiked berries, rocks, and other critters he encounters. Progress can be saved after completing any of the activities and requires one free Memory Card block per single game file.
Windows - Released - September 16, 2008
After being defeated by Rayman in the first game, the Rabbids have now decided to invade Earth. As Rayman, the player has to stop the Rabbids from taking over the world. The gameplay is similar to the original, using the Wii remote for all kinds of methods, such as flinging the remote upward for the Chili mini-game or holding the remote still to simulate balancing certain items such as the Burger Balance game. There are also musical mini-games that require you to time your movements with the remote and Nunchuk to keep with the beat of the music. Another is a driving game that requires you to move the remote left or right to simulate steering among others. There are sixty mini-games, including being able to play in co-op or play head-to-head against a friend. There are five different regions to play in including USA, Europe and Asia and there are 110 different items to customize Rayman and the Rabbids with over 540,000 different combinations.
Windows - November 15, 2000
The original Myst is revamped for the new millennium, in 3D: dynamic and fully interactive with day and night condition cycles, changing weather, and real-time lighting effects. Unlike in the original version, with its "screen by screen" navigation and pre-rendered images that represented locations, Real Myst allows the player to physically explore the game's world and includes a fully rotatable camera. The remake also adds a fifth "Age" (a world created by the power of human imagination), called the Rime Age, and a new available ending.
Windows - Released - May 25, 2022
Skate, tackle, and roll your way up to glory in Roller Champions™. Discover a free-to-play, team PvP sports game like no other! Welcome to 2032. Arenas are built all over the world and fans rush to the stands to admire their modern-day heroes, the Roller Champions. They roll up to 100 miles an hour, tackle opponents, wall-skate, and dunk while thousands of fans scream their names. As a Roller Champion, compete in a team of three against three. The rules are simple: take the ball, make a lap while maintaining team possession, dodge opponents, and score. Go for more points by completing additional laps before attempting a goal. After each match, gain fans to compete in bigger arenas. Customize characters and create a unique destiny.
Nintendo 64 - Released - December 4, 1998
In the world of 3000 AD, the world is run by 9 different supercomputers, who are horribly bored, so they created this virtual reality simulation to race each other. The cars are based on the attributes of extinct Terran animals. Race nine different cars (some need to be unlocked) on nine different tracks. You can race, or you can shoot your opponents with the nine different weapons.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - 2002
Sabrina the Teenage Witch: Potion Commotion is a classic style side-scrolling adventure game for all ages based on the popular television series starring Melissa Joan Hart. In Sabrina the Teenage Witch: Potion Commotion, you play as Sabrina, and with the help of your faithful cat Salem you set out to save your aunt Hilda who has accidentally petrified herself. Featuring four levels of gameplay and a humorous story inspired by Viacom Productions television series.
Commodore 64 - Released - 1985
You are now a member of the Silent Service, the US Navy Submarine command. For a long while after Pearl Harbor, you are the only forces capable of striking back at the Japanese in the Pacific. Take one of the "fleet boats" and go on extended patrols of up to 2 months from Hawaii, Australia, or New Zealand. Set your difficulty/realism level and time period (early means less tech for juicier targets, later means tougher escorts, more tech, lousier targets). Contend with factors like dud torpedoes, maximum depth, and more. You can choose among practice run against some old hulks, recreate historical convoy attacks, go on a single patrol, or go on your own campaign, which lets you go multiple patrols until you die, get promoted, or survive the war. How well will you do when matched against history.
Commodore 64 - Released - 1989
Skateball (also known as Skatewars) is a futuristic sports video game, a mix of ice skates and football . The playing field is the size of 3 screens and the central screen contains various obstacles made up dynamically from a library of sprites . The part added at the bottom contains the faces of the selected players (which are the faces scans of the people who participated in the development of the game. Two teams of three players each are selected from a list of players with different characteristics (speed, strength). This selection being automatic when the chosen opponent is the computer. The goal is to score a goal in the cages of the opposing team. A player may collide with another player to make him fall or push him against a deadly obstacle or in a pit. For the latter it is also possible for the player to jump over. On some versions, a vertical scroll shows the stands and scoreboards when a goal is scored or a player dies.
Nintendo Game Boy - Released - January 1, 1993
Based on the movie, so the storyline is basically the same. You play as Luke Skywalker, and using your blaster, lightsaber and force power skills, you must journey through Hoth, Echo Base, Dagobah, Bespin and Cloud City. Enemies such as Darth Vader and Boba Fett will appear along the way, while R2, Yoda and Obi-Wan appear to give you tips on enemy weakness. Also keep an eye out for things you won't see in the movie, such as trying to beat Slave 1 (Boba Fett's ship) and fighting Cloud Cars.
Nintendo Wii - Released - March 8, 2011
The $10,000 Pyramid debuted in 1973 and went on to became one of the most popular game shows on TV. This version for Wii takes the same classic Pyramid play and adds a few more zeroes to the jackpot! Pick from six categories, then guess words or phrases from that category based on the clues your teammate gives you. Outscore your opponents and earn a trip to the Winner's Circle, where you'll have a chance to win the $1,000,000 prize. Survive 20 single-player episodes or go-head-to-head with a friend in Party Mode. There are over 4800 clues in 800 categories, more than enough to keep you guessing!
Nintendo 3DS - Released - December 6, 2011
Players will experience non-stop action and adventure as they investigate the mystery of a lifetime that may lead them to one of the greatest sunken treasures. But the quest won't be easy and players will need to join forces with the quick-witted dog Snowy and the grumpy Captain Haddock to beat greedy art collectors, kooky arms dealers, and other crooks to reveal the truth behind the Secret of the Unicorn ship.
Nintendo Wii - Released - November 2, 2010
Race around the world and experience the thrill of the hit reality series with The Amazing Race video game! Grab your clue, choose your transportation, and make your way to the pit stop! Just like in the TV show you’ll overcome Detours, Road Blocks, Fast Forwards, Intersections and more as you make your way through exotic locations all across the globe! And don’t forget to watch out for unexpected obstacles that could slow you down. Meet Phil Keoghan at every pit stop as he reads your clues, introduces challenges and gives you prizes. Will you beat your competition in the race to the mat or experience what it feels like to hear him say "I'm sorry, your team is the last to arrive"? Find out as you experience all the excitement the show has to offer wrapped up in hours of fun!
Windows - Released - June 17, 2005
The Bard is a cynical, opportunistic musician who roams the country in search of carnal pleasures. However, this impatient and selfish fellow is compelled to accept the greatest quest of his life: save the princess Caleigh from a demonic cult that has kidnapped her. The unlikely hero must now explore the land in search of the princess, accompanied by the omnipresent Narrator who obviously can't stand the Bard and uses every opportunity to sarcastically comment on his actions. Furthermore, Fionnaoch, the mysterious abductor of the princess, does everything he can to stop the Bard, sending his minions after him. A self-proclaimed "quest for coin and cleavage", The Bard's Tale is an action RPG that is more of a whimsical take on role-playing games than a remake of the classic series. As the Bard, players can fight off hordes of foes with blade and bow, and summon companions through magical Bard Songs. Leveling up allows the player to raise the character's main attributes and invest specialization points in the different types of weapons he can use. Magical companions must be sought out and then summoned during battles. After being summoned, they act pretty much like AI-controlled party members; some of them specialize in physical attacks and offensive spells, while others can heal the hero. During conversations the player can choose "nice" or "snarky" responses for the protagonist. While mostly used for humorous effect, some of these responses may affect subsequent events. The game uses the Dark Alliance engine and has a similar camera and control scheme.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - March 7, 2003
This handheld version of TOCA: World Touring Cars is based on the PlayStation game. It features eleven tracks to drive on: Brands Hatch, Nürburgring, Silverstone, Oulton Park, Buenos Aires, Brasilia, Vancouver, Sugo, Monza, Dijon and Mexico City, and eighteen cars to choose from. The player can setup his or her car before every race. This racing simulation game requires the player to focus on the track and master the corners, our the car will spin out of control. Featured modes are quick race, free race, time trail and championship mode.
Microsoft Xbox One - Released - August 16, 2016
One of the most iconic classic games which we all grew to know and love! UNO makes its return with an assortment of exciting new features such as added video chat support and an all new theme system which adds more fun! Match cards either by matching color or value and play action cards to change things up. Race against others to empty your hand before everyone else in either Classic play or customize your experience with a variety of House Rules and match settings to ensure you and your friends never play the same game twice! Also, get ready to shake things up with new branded themes introducing never-before-seen Theme Cards that really change the way you play the game!
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - 2002
V.I.P. is based on the TV series of the same name. V.I.P. is a bodyguard agency that protects its clients in Hollywood, Beverly Hills, and Los Angeles. Pamela Anderson stars as Vallery Irons, the boss of the Vallery Irons Protection bodyguard agency. In the game, the player controls one of the V.I.P. bodyguards (Vallery Irons, Tasha Dexter, Nikki Franco, Quick Williams, Johnny Loh), in a mission to rescue a plastic surgeon from LA's most famous mobster. In addition to the main story, the game includes more than 10 minigames. The player controls his character simply by pressing the number 1-4 keys (in the Windows version) in correct order; this will control the character to kick or hit opponents. Sometimes the player can use the mouse for shooting enemies. After completing a mission, the player can unlock video clips or photos in the photo gallery. The game can be saved only after completing each mission.
Windows - Released - October 21, 2003
Heroes of Etheria is the fourth game in the Warlords turn-based strategy series, combining classic turn-based strategy with real-time strategy tactics as you attempt to conquer towns and provinces and destroy your foes. Warlords IV features a plethora of units and races available to you, with every single unit having its own unique abilities and role in your quest for conquest. Units and heroes gain experience and levels, growing ever stronger as you advance through the map. Persistent heroes allow you to equip them with magical artifacts and bring the heroes from one battle to the next. Your Warlord gains levels as well, allowing you to upgrade your capital or put points into a number of skills that will aid you in future battles.
Nintendo DS - December 2, 2008
Learn new words while you play with friends! • The Fun Way to Learn: fun mini-games teach you 16,000 words • Train at Your Own Pace: challenge yourself with games at different difficulty levels • Play with Friends: compare your knowledge in fun multiplayer games