Essentially a first-person shooter made to compete with the likes of Quake 2, Jedi Knight tries to separate itself from the pack early on by capitalizing on the Star Wars theme. Utilizing full-motion video cut scenes in between gameplay, complete with live actors on digital backgrounds, Jedi Knight includes something most Doom clones forget: an actual plot!
Star Fox 64 – Consumer Guide
According to ESRB, this game contains: Animated Violence
Star Fox 64 – Review
Defying (if not shattering) the laws of physics, Star Fox 64 is the proverbial second lightning strike. While pretty much following the original's format of being a rail-shooter, Star Fox 64 still manages to present itself with a fresh new style and energy.
PaRappa The Rapper – Second Opinion
If nothing else PaRappa The Rapper broke all the rules. I remember like Chi, when PaRappa was released and some people dogged it because it was very simple looking game. It didn't have the latest in 3D graphics and state of the art Artificial Intelligence (AI).
PaRappa The Rapper – Consumer Guide
Battle hardened cynical gamers not in touch with their sensitive side beware. You won't find any killing, decapitating or blood letting here. What you do get is vibrant child-happy colors, excruciatingly cute cartoon characters and some seriously funny rapping to go along with the surreal story. You've never encountered anything […]
PaRappa The Rapper – Review
PaRappa's concept based on rap, plays something like a cross between Simon-Says and Tekken-style 10-hit combos in a music video. While this may sound simple, it no where near demonstrates the depth of the game.
GoldenEye 007 – Consumer Guide
According to ESRB, this game contains: Animated Violence, Animated Blood
GoldenEye 007 – Review
It's very difficult for me to describe a game that is so close to perfection. Almost every aspect of GoldenEye reaches unheard of plateaus. It is a game that combines all its elements into a seamless gaming experience. While the plot of the game is heavily steeped in the movie of the same name, it isn't hindered by it.
GoldenEye 007 – Second Opinion
The James Bond license was almost worthless when Nintendo bought it. After GoldenEye, it seemed like every developer and publisher wanted to get their hands on the license for the newest James Bond movie.
Clive Barker’s Jericho – Review
Clive Barker's Jericho can be a tough game to pin down. It's a squad-based shooter, but it's not a tactical action game. It's from Clive Barker, but it's not really scary—just very dark and bloody.