187 Ride or Die is a video game on the PlayStation 2 and Xbox. In order to become "top dog" of the game the player must race and defeat opponents. ...more on Wikipedia about "187 Ride or Die"
25 to Life is a third-person shooter video game for the Windows, PlayStation 2 and Xbox released in 2006. The game was developed by Avalanche Software and Ritual Entertainment, and was published by Eidos Interactive. ...more on Wikipedia about "25 to Life"
4x4 EVO 2 is a video game developed by Terminal Reality for the Xbox, GameCube, Windows and Macintosh platforms. It is the sequel to 4x4 EVO and features more trucks, and more racing tracks than the original game. ...more on Wikipedia about "4x4 EVO 2"
Advent Rising is a 2005 third-person, intergalactic action and adventure video game, akin to a fast-paced action movie. In Advent Rising, the player is swept up in an ever-evolving series of sequences and events. It is the first title in the trilogy. ...more on Wikipedia about "Advent Rising"
AFL Live 2004 is the 2004 edition of the Australian Rules Football game for the PlayStation 2, PC and Xbox. ...more on Wikipedia about "AFL Live 2004"
AFL Premiership 2005 is the 2005 edition of the Australian Rules Football game for the PlayStation 2. You play as a player in the Australian Football League. This is the next edition after many other editions such as AFL 99 (EA Sports), AFL 2003, AFL 2004 and AFL Premiership Edition (IR Gurus). When Acclaim shut down its operations in Australia, Sony Computer Entertainment (SCEE) got publishing and distributing rights to the game. Due to the fact that SCEE had a exclusive period with the title, initially it was only launched on PlayStation 2. However, THQ will be releasing for Christmas time/early news years a PC and Xbox version of the game. It is only available in Australia. ...more on Wikipedia about "AFL Premiership 2005"
Agent Under Fire is a first-person shooter video game based on the James Bond franchise. Developed and published by Electronic Arts, it was released for GameCube, PlayStation 2, and Xbox game consoles. ...more on Wikipedia about "Agent Under Fire (video game)"
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Aggressive Inline is an inline skating video game released in 2002. The game features professional inline skaters, including Chris Edwards, Eito Yasutoko, Franky Morales, and Taïg Khris. ...more on Wikipedia about "Aggressive Inline"
Alien Hominid is an independently developed console video game released for Sony PlayStation 2 and Nintendo GameCube in 2004 through publisher O~3 Entertainment. A PAL version was later released during May 2005 for PlayStation 2 and Microsoft's Xbox through ZOO Digital Publishing. A Game Boy Advance release is also planned. The game was developed by The Behemoth. As of January 2006, this is game is not backwards compatible with the Xbox's sucessor, the Xbox 360 ...more on Wikipedia about "Alien Hominid"
All-Star Baseball is a baseball video game series developed and published by Acclaim Entertainment. The series began in 1998 with the release of All-Star Baseball '99. The current and perhaps final release in the series due to the bankruptcy of Acclaim, is All-Star Baseball 2005. ...more on Wikipedia about "All-Star Baseball"
Amped 2 is the successful follow up to Microsoft's snowboarding video game Amped. The game was introduced as part of the Xbox Sports Network (XSN) lineup, with heavy emphasis on multiplayer over Xbox Live. The game also has a career mode, in which players create a snowboarder, and complete various challenges to ultimately become a freestyle legend. ...more on Wikipedia about "Amped 2"
Area 51 is a first-person shooter developed in tandem for the PlayStation 2, Xbox, and PC, and is loosely based on the 1996 light gun video game Area 51. Players control Ethan Cole, a HAZMAT operative voiced by David Duchovny sent to the infamous base to investigate some manner of viral outbreak. ...more on Wikipedia about "Area 51 (first-person shooter)"
Area 51 is, particularly in Britain, a popular light gun video game issued by Atari Games in 1995. It takes its name from the Area 51 military facility. The plot of the game involves the player taking part in a military excursion to prevent aliens and alien-created zombies from taking over the Area 51 military facility. The game allows for one of two endings, depending on whether or not the player successfully destroys the aliens' starship during the endgame. A sequel, Area 51: Site 4, came out in 1998. ...more on Wikipedia about "Area 51 (video game)"
Armed & Dangerous is a video game created by Planet Moon Studios in collaboration with LucasArts. It is a third person Action/Adventure shooter which parodies both other games and several other media, using humorous in-game dialogue and cutscenes. ...more on Wikipedia about "Armed and Dangerous (video game)"
Arx Fatalis is a 3D RPG game for the Xbox and PC, released in november 2002 by Arkane Studios, a video game developer based in Lyon, France. ...more on Wikipedia about "Arx Fatalis"
ATV Quad Power Racing 2 is an all-terrain vehicle racing video game released in 2003. It is the sequel to ATV Quad Power Racing. ...more on Wikipedia about "ATV Quad Power Racing 2"
Auto Modellista is a racing game developed and published by Capcom, first released on Sony PlayStation 2, and subsequently, on Nintendo GameCube and Microsoft Xbox. It marked itself apart from other games of the same genre with cel-shaded graphics, which made them look as though they were hand-drawn and cartoon-like. As this was its selling point, which developers had experience in within, what the game suffered from was a poor handling dynamics due to lack of experience in the genre, this novelty game turned out to be a critical and commercial failure. In 2003 to address the problems cited by the Japanese and European PS2 versions, Capcom reworked the game and added some US cars initially for the US market, titled as Auto Modellista US Tuned, this could sway US buyers into buying the game as it still suffered the same handling dynamics that haunted the game. The US Tuned edition would be ported as a Gamecube and XBox game and was due for release in Europe on April 2004 when distributors pulled the game out of release knowing sales of the game were going to be poor. ...more on Wikipedia about "Auto Modellista"
Bad Day L.A. is an upcoming video game by American McGee. Players assume the role of Anthony Willams, a homeless man in Los Angeles. During this time LA is ravaged by both natural and man-made disasters. Anthony only wishes to save himself, though through the course of the story he becomes an unwilling savior. The game's tone is one of biting political satire, targeting all spectrums of politics ** . ...more on Wikipedia about "Bad Day L.A."
Barbarian is a video game of the fighting genre, released originally in 2003 in Japan (under the name Warrior Blade), and in Europe in 2004. It was originally intended for a U.S. release in 2003, but this never happened. The game features 11 different fighters, each with different weapons and abilities. ...more on Wikipedia about "Barbarian (video game)"
Batman Begins is a video game based on the fifth Batman movie. ...more on Wikipedia about "Batman Begins (video game)"
Batman Vengeance is a video game in the Batman universe developed and published by Ubisoft. It was released over a period of time on all of the major platforms, starting with the PS2 version on October 15, 2001 and ending with the PC version a year later on October 8, 2002. The game is based on the animated series Batman: Gotham Knights, which in turn is an expansion of Batman: the Animated Series. Spanning 5 episodes, presented in a style intended to emulate that of the animated series, Batman Vengeance takes the Caped Crusader through 19 levels of gameplay up against a series of familiar villians unknowingly involved with one central plot to wreak havoc on Gotham City. Presented in a more stylized golden age comic book appearance that communicates attitude and personality through deceptively Spartan artwork, Batman engages in a variety of different gameplay modes (e.g. traditional third-person platforming and vehicle-based gameplay) in his pursuit to rid Gotham City of its most notorious criminals. ...more on Wikipedia about "Batman Vengeance"
BC was a video game in development for Microsoft's Xbox video game system by Intrepid Computer Entertainment, a satellite of Lionhead Studios. It was cancelled in 2004, having been in development for some time. ...more on Wikipedia about "BC (video game)"
Beats of Rage is a homebrew freeware video game made by Senile Team and inspired by the classic SEGA Streets of Rage game. First programmed for DOS, it was later ported to the Sega Dreamcast console, Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 2, Xbox, GP32, PlayStation Portable, GP2X and Palmtops. ...more on Wikipedia about "Beats of Rage"
Bejeweled (or Diamond Mine) is a popular puzzle game first developed as a browser-based game by PopCap Games in 2001. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bejeweled"
Beyond Good & Evil is a video game for the GameCube, PC, PlayStation 2, and Xbox platforms. It was designed by Rayman-creator Michel Ancel, developed by Ubisoft in-house (with Ancel on the team) and released in late 2003. It focuses around the exploits of Jade, a female reporter and the game's protagonist. It has been called "the best game that nobody ever played". The title may allude to Friedrich Nietzsche's book of the same name, in which he states that "anything done out of love goes beyond good and evil". ...more on Wikipedia about "Beyond Good & Evil (video game)"
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