1602 A.D. is a real time strategy title by the now defunct Austrian game developer Max Design.
Invictus: In the Shadow of Olympus is a real time battle strategy game with characters and themes drawn on Greek Mythology.
Sequel to the non-linear Playstation RPG, SaGa Frontier. SaGa Frontier and SaGa Frontier II are part of the SaGa Franchise, which enjoys more popularity in Japan and originated with SaGa on the Gameboy.
Nox is a fantasy action game developed by Westwood Studios. Composed of distinctly separate Solo and Multiplayer modes, Nox distinguishes itself by emphasizing fast, action-packed gameplay in a colorful fantasy world.
Race around oval tracks and figure eights as you compete against dozens of opponent in the dirt track championships.
An action game that goes from Hong Kong to Hell, Fear Effect takes you to a dark world where killing people and monsters becomes part of the job as you search for a missing girl.
ECW Hardcore Revolution is a professional wrestling game which is based on the now defunct ECW promotion.
Crime Cities is a PC game released in 2001, that follows Garm Tiger, an undercover agent in a lawless society of the future.
Carrier is a horror game released for the Dreamcast; it was developed by Jaleco. Carrier is known for the main character's name: JESSIFER.
One of many casino games developed by Dyna for the Neo Geo Pocket Color.
Huge Insect is one of Sachen's rarest unlicensed games for the NES, originally developed by Thin Chen Enterprise in 1993 and listed in Sachen's catalog but never actually produced until a limited run of circa 30 copies in 2001.
Japanese wrestling game that features a large roster and the trademark AKI grappling system. Introduced a MMA fighting style that brought combos and a mount system to the game.
A dart video game using an actual dart board to interact with the T.V.
Rhino Rumble is a platformer for the Game Boy Color.
A release not seen in arcades, this Densha de Go! entry focuses on Meitetsu's railroad lines in Nagoya, including the series' only monorail.
K-1 Grand Prix is a Kickboxing game, developed by Xing Entertainment and published by Jaleco Entertainment, which was released in 2000.
Bionic Commando: Elite Forces introduces two new heroes battling to save the land of Karinia from the evil forces of Arturus. Swing and shoot your way through this game to stop Arturus.
Crazy Taxi is a high octane arcade game. Your objective is to take passengers to their desired location within the time limit.
A Japanese RPG where you control the elements in a quest to find your father. It is essentially a 2D conversion of Quest 64.
Another entry in the longrunning Train Simulator series featuring East JR Chuo Line 2.
A completely terrible South Park cash-in in the form of a kart racing game. Race as your favorite characters from the animated series.
Fantasy-themed CPS2 SHMUP from Raizing and Capcom. ARE YOU GREAT? WE ARE GREAT!
A pinball game based around the Worms franchise.
Interactive desktop utility program
A strategy game, and the sequel to Biomotor Unitron which ended up never released in the USA due to SNK's bankruptcy.
Oddworld Adventures 2 - the unlikely hero Abe returns to battle it out against the latest of the Magog Cartel's devilish plans. The game is based on a loose and condensed interpretation of the very popular Abe's Exoddus.
Starting development in 1997, Taz Express was released in PAL regions in 2000, with an NTSC version completed at the same time but never being released.
Design and program a small vehicle to compete in battles, races, and sports.
Seventh Cross Evolution is an evolution themed sim game for the Sega Dreamcast. A sequel named "Ninth Will" was announced, but never released.
A game where you Fly around as a 2nd worldwar model airplane in a living room/home setting.
One on one fighting game where players take control of massive robots that lay waste to the surrounding landscape as battles continues.
Zeus: Master of Olympus is a city-building god game, similar to the Caesar and Pharaoh games.
The sequel to the Chinese PC RPG, Guardian's Sword.
Sequel to the arcade hit. This game is ever more over the top than the last game, and the new reflect system causes all kind of carnage on screen.
This sequel to Square's "Cinematic RPG" series has less cinema and more action, and is a truer survival horror experience.
The third numbered game in the Densha de Go! series brings a new engine and day/night cycles.
A portable entry in the Atelier series for Game Boy Color
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