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  • Silent Hill 3 (PlayStation 2)

    SILENT HILL 3 continues the series' trademark brand of psychological horror and terrifying gameplay. As a teenage girl named Heather, players must explore and unravel the mysterious connection between the god-forsaken town and her inner fears. With enhanced graphical detail, a more complex storyline, and even more grotesque monsters than the previous games, Silent Hill 3 promises to be the best horror adventure ever.
  • SIMS (PlayStation 2)

    It's "people simulation" on the PS2 as the most popular PC title in the history of the industry moves to the realm of console gaming. Perhaps the most obvious difference, as the game moves from computer monitors to television screens, is the new graphics engine. The Sims for PlayStation 2 is completely 3D. There are several other changes as well though, focused on making the game engaging and appropriate for console-style play, with a controller instead of a keyboard. Unlike the gradated progression of the PC's Sims, the PS2 version of the game offers level-based play, in which new objects and houses are earned by reaching certain "life's big moments" goals. Many items must be "unlocked," instead of being available (but unaffordable) from the start of the game. The Sims for PS2 also offers new characters and objects that have never been featured in the home computer
  • Six Flags Fun Park (Nintendo Wii)

    Six Flags Fun Park brings the thrills and chills of a Six Flags theme park to the family living room with uniquely themed areas and mini-games representative of a visit to a Six Flags park. Upon entrance to the game, players are tasked with quests that encourage them to explore the park's zany universe. After creating a unique custom character, Six Flags Fun Park patrons can test their skills, win prizes, and play against friends and family with 40 mini-games.
  • SOCOM US Navy SEALs (PlayStation 2)

    The dangerous life of an elite Navy SEAL commander is the subject of this squad-based shooter, the first PlayStation 2 game requiring a broadband connection to play online. Single players will lead their four-man team on a series of 12 missions, ranging from ambushes to hostage rescue attempts, as they engage terrorists throughout such real-world locales as Thailand, Congo, and Turkmenistan. The game was developed in conjunction with Naval Special Warfare Command to breathe some accuracy into the objectives and tactical maneuvers players experience while advancing through the campaign. The four SEALS comprising the team work together in two pairs: Able Element and Bravo Element. The advantage to this scheme is that Bravo Element can be sent to different waypoints on the tactical map, viewable at any time during play, to complete certain objectives or to rendezvous at key locations. Each player's partner must remain close to
  • Star Ocean Till the End of Time (PlayStation 2)

    Steer the fate of the galaxy in this Japanese-style console RPG full of magic, science fiction, gods, and demons. Through an adventure set four hundred years after the events of Star Ocean: The Second Story, players follow the tale of Fate Linegod, an Earth lad on the brink of manhood, who travels with his family to a planet on the edge of the mighty Galaxy Federation's influence. Though protected by the Federation, the planet is attacked by an unknown alien force, and all its cities are destroyed. After losing his parents in a second attack, while fleeing to a place of refuge, Fate and his friend Sofia must now face their true destiny, together but alone.
  • Star Wars Battlefront (PlayStation 2)

    A multiplayer online shooter set in the Star Wars universe featuring soldier sets from the series (Stormtroopers, Rebel pilots, AT-AT commanders, Republic Guards) and a wide variety of vehicles out of the films. Players take part in epic battles from both the original series (Episodes IV, V, VI) as well as the prequel trilogy (Episode I, II, III.) The game liberally borrows concepts from EA's Battlefield series, transplanting the competitive action into the Star Wars galaxy. Players team up or go head-to-head to fight on ten legendary planets from the George Lucas franchise and use a variety of weapons and vehicles, including X-wings, snowspeeders and AT-STs.
  • Star Wars Battlefront II (PlayStation 2)

    Imperial soldiers and Rebel insurgents are called back to duty in Star Wars: Battlefront II, a multi-player oriented sequel shooter based on the famous movie series. Like the original Battlefront, scenes are set in environments familiar from the films. For example, mission maps in the sequel have players fighting on the swamp planet of Dagobah, as seen in Empire Strikes Back, or defending Princess Leia's diplomatic blockade runner, as in the opening scene of the original A New Hope. While designed to retain the features that helped make the original Battlefront the best-selling Star Wars game to date (at the time of Battlefront II's release), the sequel's technological refinements allow for new game play elements as well. With seamless transitions across an entire mission map, players could now begin a confrontation on their own capital ship, board a fighter
  • Suikoden II (PlayStation)

    In a time long ago, an unjust ruler by the name of Emperor Barbarosa took control of a peaceful land with an iron fist. Tired of his tyranny and oppression, a woman named Odessa Silverburg rose up and formed a revolution to end Barbarosa's evil reign. Son to one of Barbarosa's generals, Teo McDohl, joined with Odessa and headed up the Liberation Army. Together they gathered recruits to amass the 108 stars of destiny and overthrew Barbarosa. They forged a land of unity and peace and for the time everything was calm. Such was the setting for Konami's sleeper RPG triumph, Suikoden. Now, three years after the fall of Barbarosa, a new war threatens the peaceful land. The Highland Empire, ruled by the Blight family, has instigated a war with the peaceful city-state Jowston. After much fighting a peace agreement is finally formed between the two sides.
  • Super Mario All-Stars (Super Nintendo) SNES

    Super Mario All-Stars is an enhanced compilation of three best-selling NES games on one 16-megabit cartridge: Super Mario Bros., Super Mario Bros. 2, and Super Mario Bros. 3. All titles feature updated backgrounds, character art, and music, with the added benefit of battery-backed memory for saving progress. The game play and level design are otherwise identical to the 8-bit originals. This collection is also notable for including Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels, a sequel to the original Super Mario Bros. that was previously unreleased in the United States. The Lost Levels, known as Super Mario Bros. 2 in Japan, has the same game play as its groundbreaking predecessor, but with a new, more challenging layouts.        
  • Super Mario Bros Duck Hunt (Nintendo NES)

    Find two classic arcade games in one package with the "Super Mario Bros. and Duck Hunt" release. Two all-time favorite video games provide hours of enjoyment. The "Super Mario Brothers" Nintendo NES video game is classic gameplay at its best. Gamers play as Mario, the Italian plumber who gets lost in the Mushroom Kingdom, and battle against Bowser, the evil Koopa King, to fight to save Princess Toadstool. Mario jumps, bops, and battles through levels and fights the evil king to save the day. "Super Mario Bros. and Duck Hunt" also features "Duck Hunt," a classic arcade shooting game. While there is no story line, this video game has plenty of action. Practice shooting ducks or plates, and improve your score with more difficult shots. Both are classic Nintendo NES video games and feature retro-style graphics, simple gameplay, and well-known characters. "Super Mario Bros. and Duck
  • Super Mario Bros 2 (Nintendo)

    For the U.S. sequel to Super Mario Bros., Nintendo retrofitted an Arabian-themed Japanese game called Yumekojo Doki Doki Panic with the familiar Mario clan. Other than a few minor graphical changes, the two games are nearly identical. With the Mushroom Kingdom safe for the time being, Mario and his crew seek out new adventures in Sub-Con, a dream world taken over by the demented Wart. This sequel is missing the two-player feature of the original but adds the ability to choose from four playable characters at the beginning of each level: Mario, Luigi, the Princess, and Toadstool. The game is made up of seven words divided into 20 levels, and the end of each world contains a boss that must be defeated before proceeding. An entirely new cast of enemies is introduced, including Shy-Guys, Snifits, and Bomb-ombs, and most of the power-ups from the first game are missing
  • Super Mario Bros 3 (Nintendo)

    Often considered the pinnacle of 8-bit achievement, Super Mario Bros. 3 is an epic platformer that combines classic gameplay, excellent level design, stellar graphics, and memorable music to create a truly remarkable gaming experience. The most highly anticipated game of its time, it went on to sell over 18 million copies worldwide to become the best-selling game ever in the U.S. Unlike Super Mario Bros. 2, which diverted from the first game in both story and gameplay, Super Mario Bros. 3 returns to more familiar territory, with Princess Toadstool once again being kidnapped by Bowser and the Mario Bros. again coming to her rescue. Although the gameplay builds on the basic running and jumping of the original, a wealth of new features have been added, including a map screen, bonus games, the capability to store multiple power-ups, and, most importantly, the introduction of "suits" for Mario and
  • Super Mario Galaxy (Nintendo Wii)

    As always with any Nintendo game console, the first Super Mario game is one of the defining experiences on the system. Join Mario as he ushers in a new era of video games, defying gravity across all the planets in the galaxy. When some creature escapes into space with Princess Peach, Mario gives chase, exploring bizarre planets all across the galaxy. Since he's in space, Mario can perform mind-bending jumps unlike anything he’s done before. He'll also have a wealth of new moves that are all based around tilting, pointing and shaking the Wii Remote.
  • Super Nintendo – GameCube – N64 – AV Cable

    This is a Standard Nintendo AV cable.
    Works with the following only systems
    • Super Nintendo
    • Nintendo 64
    • Game Cube
  • Super Smash Bros Melee (Nintendo GameCube)

    The sequel to the surprise hit Super Smash Bros. on the N64, Super Smash Bros. Melee introduces more characters, stages, and moves to the mix. Returning to the fold is the entire cast of the original, along with a host of new combatants, including such popular Nintendo icons as Bowser, Zelda, Ice Climber, and Peach. In addition to the initially selectable cast, 11 other characters can be unlocked. These characters will challenge the player to a duel, and if defeated become unlocked for future play. Eighteen stages are primarily selectable, with a number of hidden ones becoming available throughout the course of the game. Classic and Adventure modes make up the bulk of the single-player experience. The former is set up in essentially the same format as the original N64 version, while the latter is more like a platform
  • Syphon Filter (PlayStation)

    As Gabriel Logan, one of the government's top agents, you must neutralize the terrorists that threaten Washington D.C. and destroy a biological weapon that has been built to end the lives of millions of innocent people. The action unfolds over thirteen missions that are chock full of dangers, hazards and puzzles. Syphon Filter is based around a covert operation sent in to disarm a lethal virus code of the same name. To successfully complete your mission, you must utilize each of your character's skills accordingly. Logan will have to kneel, crouch, walk, roll, climb, jump and run to meet his objectives. Each one serves a different purpose and it will be up to you whether you should try to jump a laser-alarm or crawl under it. Fortunately for you, a wide variety of weaponry and special gadgets have been supplied. The weapons range from explosive grenades and tasers

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