Forgotten Realms: Demon Stone

In Forgotten Realms: Demon Stone, the player directs a party of three characters – Fighter, Sorcerer and Rogue. The player controls one party member at a time — switching between them on the fly while the other party members are controlled by the engine’s sophisticated artificial intelligence. For example, when the player controls the Fighter, the Sorcerer and Rogue will continue to engage in combat, cast spells and assist the player in defeating all challengers. In many situations, the characters will be able to divide and conquer difficult objectives – while the Fighter holds back a horde of Yuan-Ti snakemen with brute force, the Sorcerer supports him with devastating ranged magic while the rogue sneaks above and behind them for a coup de grace. The player participates seamlessly in each critical moment as they are cinematically switched from one perspective to another. This real-time, on-the-fly character switching design allows Forgotten Realms: Demon Stone to challenge players with innovative and compelling encounters. In true D&D fashion, each of the characters excels at a certain type of gameplay. The Fighter thrives in melee combat, the Sorcerer is excellent at ranged and magical combat and the Rogue excels at jumping, sneaking and disarming traps. Players will be continually tasked with choosing the best character for each challenge as well as using each character’s gameplay specialty to maximum effect. [Atari]

Genre(s): Third-Person Action, Adventure, Role-Playing Game

Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast

Star Wars Jedi Knight II Jedi Outcast

Several years have passed since Kyle Katarn avenged his father’s death and saved the Valley of the Jedi from Jerec and his band of Dark Jedi. Allowing his Force powers to languish for fear of falling to the Dark side, Kyle set aside his lightsaber, vowing never to use it again. But when a new and menacing threat to the galaxy emerges, Kyle knows he must reclaim his past in order to save his future. Players assume the role of Kyle as they employ a unique mix of weapons, Force powers and your lightsaber in both single- and multiplayer modes of first-person action. [LucasArts]

Genre(s): Action, First & Third Person Shooter

Railroad Tycoon 2 Gold

Ride the Iron Horse. It can take you from New York to South Africa. It can take you from the year 1804 to the year 2000. It can take you from penniless manual laborer to powerful multi-millionaire. It can take you from a normal, well-adjusted, well-rounded person to an obsessed, singled-minded, one-tracked trainhead. This is a real railroad game, not just a strategy game that happens to involve railroads. If you want to hop on a plane, car or ship, hop on another game. This game is about trains for people who love trains. Everything about the game is centered around an authentic look and feeling of the railways. Period video and pictures are interlaced with the game. The design and interface are true to the character of the fabled late 1800’s railroads. A.I. opponents are based on real people. And all maps are real (based on satellite photography from US Geological Service and other sources). [Gathering of Developers]

Genre(s): Strategy

Age of Empires 2

Age of Empires II: The Age of Kings

Age of Empires II: The Age of Kings is the sequel to the award-winning, best-selling real-time strategy game “Age of Empires.” Age of Empires II spans a thousand years, from the fall of Rome through the Middle Ages in which players lead one of 13 civilizations into greatness. The game keeps the epic scope of Age of Empires’ game play while evolving the combat and economic features. [Microsoft]

Genre(s): Real-Time Strategy

L.A. Rush

What happened to the rush series!? This is terrible, not much fun. Cops are everywhere, traffic is crazy, almost always in your way. Hard to race when the track is full of these obstacles. Graphics will make you sick. Only thing good is the cars, using real licensed cars is fun, too bad they don’t handle anywhere close to how they should. Score: 50/100

Genre(s): Racing, Driving, Action

Cold Fear

Description: Cold Fear renews the horror genre by combining the popular elements of both action and horror releases, delivering an action-packed, fear-filled gaming experience.
Players step into the role of Tom Hansen, a U.S. Coast Guard who is sent to board a drifting Russian whaling ship in the middle of a howling storm on the Bering Sea. He arrives only to discover that terrifying surprises await him on the bloodstained decks of the constantly rocking, shifting vessel. Set in a volatile, dynamic environment, players will find themselves overwhelmed by fear as they engage in intense combat with intelligent enemies. Even the toughest competitor will be challenged to endure the heart-stopping terror that is Cold Fear.

I really enjoyed this game. the graphics were pretty good and the sound was just okay. needed more focus on story and the game is rather linear and short. The game blends RE4 with traditional horror control. I had a lot of fun with it while it last. i wasn’t expecting the game to control so well on PC, but i was surprised to find it controlled very well. those who dont like survival horror games or the old school control scheme may want to stay away, but those who love horror games wil definately enjoy.

Genre(s): Action, Adventure, Horror

Tomb Raider 5: Chrononicles

Platform PC Genre Action Styles Third-person 3D Action Developer Core Design Ltd. Publisher Eidos Interactive Release Date November 18, 2000 Controls Joystick/Gamepad/Key

Rating: 3/5

Tomb Raider: Chronicles vvill take players through four adventures, each from a different time in Lara’s past. Lara has a fevv abilities nevv to this version, including_tightrope vvalking & a hand_to_hand stealth attack.

Tomb Raider SeriesTomb Raider Underworld—-Tomb Raider Anniversary—-Tomb Raider Legend—- Tomb Raider Angel of Darkness —- —- Tomb Raider 3 The Lost Artifact —- Tomb Raider 2

Rallisport Challenge

During a career, players will participate in four distinct rally events: Point-to-Point Rally, RallyCross, Ice Racing, and Hill Climb. The first is a traditional rally event where players race the clock in an attempt to place within the three top times; the second is a race to the finish against three other opponents. Ice Racing is similar to RallyCross but takes place on ice, while Hill Climb requires players to reach the top of a treacherous slope in the shortest time possible. Using the cars and courses unlocked in Career, up to four players can engage in split-screen competition in Multiplayer mode.

Genre Racing Styles Rally/Off-Road Racing Developer Digital Illusions CE AB Publisher Microsoft Game Studios Release Date November 8, 2002


PC game / Crashday puts players in the world of stunts, dents and adrenaline. Smash vehicles into pieces with breath-taking stunts or, better still, race against rivals on custom high speed race tracks – and there’s more ways than just head on collisions to get rid of your opponents… Crashday offers drivers weapons, absolute freedom of movement on its tracks, weapons, a large career mode, weapons, many mini games, weapons, a huge integrated track editor, weapons, exceptionally detailed damage models and weapons. There are 7 modes within the game to offer players a wide selection of varying gameplay elements: