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  • 007 NightFire (PlayStation 2)

    James Bond returns to battle evil on an international level in this follow-up to the best-selling Agent Under Fire. Developed by the same company responsible for The World Is Not Enough on the Nintendo 64, NightFire features a mixture of first-person shooting action and mission-based driving sequences from behind such sophisticated vehicles as the Aston Martin Vanquish.

    Like Agent Under Fire, NightFire includes an original storyline as Bond embarks on missions taking place in the Austrian Alps, underneath the South Pacific, and even the depths of outer space to stop a megalomaniac named Rafael Drake. Taking key elements from Bond's 40-year history in film and books, NightFire includes familiar enemies from 007's storied past as well as new characters created specifically for the game.

    Bond will once again make use of a variety of gadgets to complete his objectives, some of which can be upgraded, with missions ranging

  • 18 Wheeler American Pro Trucker (PlayStation 2)

    A port of Sega's 2000 coin-op title, 18-Wheeler for PS2 has players hauling cargo across four separate routes while competing against a rival trucker. The four routes consist of New York to Key West, St. Petersburg to Dallas, Dallas to Las Vegas, and Las Vegas to San Francisco. Players race from a view inside the cab of their chosen 18-wheeler, each rated in speed, torque, and toughness, and must reach a series of checkpoints within a time limit to keep on trucking. Points are earned based on three conditions: the time it takes to reach the finish line, the amount of cargo left intact after hitting objects, and whether or not players finished ahead of their rival. Completing the route before the competition unlocks one of three mini-games where players are challenged to park in specially designated areas within a certain amount of time. Finishing the objective
  • 4×4 EVO (PlayStation 2)

    Gameplay features off-road racing of over 70 licensed truck manufacturers. Modes featured in the game were a Career Mode, Online Mode, Map editor and versus mode. The career mode is the most important part of the game to feature a way to buy better trucks similar to the Gran Turismo series. The Career mode also gives the player 6 purpose built race vehicles: Chevrolet TrailBlaizer Race SUV 2WD, Dodge Dakota Race Truck 4WD, Ford F-150 Race Truck 2WD, Mitsubishi Pajero Rally 4WD, Nissan Xterra Race SUV 4WD, and the Toyota Tundra Race Truck 2WD. They cost anywhere from $350,000 up to $850,000. These are the fastest vehicles in the game. Recently, KC Vale acquired permission from Terminal Reality Incorporated to upload the game to his web server; however, the original vehicles have been removed due to an expired license.
  • Ace Combat 4 Shattered Skies (PlayStation 2)

    The player takes on the role of Mobius 1, an elite fighter pilot serving in the Independent States Allied Forces' (ISAF) air arm, fighting against the Eruseans who have occupied almost all of the Usea continent after an apocalyptic event in 1999. A massive asteroid, codenamed Ulysses 1994 XF-04, struck Usea, killing 500,000 people and turning many into refugees. Erusea used this as an opportunity to occupy the continent after a prolonged military buildup. They achieve military supremacy via the superweapon Stonehenge, a megastructure battery of railguns that were originally designed to destroy asteroids but have been found to be effective against airplanes as well. This allows Erusea to dominate much of the airspace over the continent giving their military a powerful strategic advantage. Consequently, ISAF has been pushed back to the eastern coast of Usea. Between missions, a story is told through twelve interlude flashbacks, later revealed to be a
  • Ace Combat 5 The Unsung War (PlayStation 2)

    Namco's console flight sim series continues in Ace Combat 5. Set in the near future of an alternate reality, the game has players taking to the skies in one of 50 realistic, modern aircraft, to defend their fictional home country of Oesa. Teamwork is crucial in this edition of the game; players take full command of their own squadrons, and will be challenged to make on-the-spot tactical decisions that may determine the failure or success of a mission. The series' staple dogfighting is also prevalent, of course, so virtual pilots will have many opportunities to demonstrate their flying skills in the heat of battle. The game's main campaign tells its story over 30 individual missions, highlighted with cut scenes. As usual, Oesa is at odds with its longtime rival nation Yuktobania, but the appearance of an unidentified aircraft, capable of decimating an entire Tactical Fight squadron,
  • Aeon Flux (PlayStation 2)

    Set in a distant, dystopian future, this third-person action game puts players in the title role of the silent, svelte, scantily clothed super-spy. Released concurrently with the 2005 live-action feature film, and inspired by Peter Chung's action-packed animated shorts, the game takes place in a time where disease has killed all but a city's worth of the world's population. This city is called Bregna, and its totalitarian government is rife with corruption and conspiracy. The mysterious Aeon Flux embarks on covert operations to expose and eliminate such injustice, as a top agent in the underground "Monican Rebellion." Although by following the narrative of the movie, the game offers a more coherent plot than the series of shorts first featured in MTV's early '90s Liquid Television, its storyline may still keep players guessing to the end. The game was developed by Terminal Reality, known for its own
  • Aliens vs Predator Extinction (PlayStation 2)

    The classic battle between Aliens, Predators, and Colonial Marines is revisited in Aliens versus Predator: Extinction, a tactical strategy game co-published by EA and Fox Interactive. Developed by Zono Inc. (Metal Fatigue), the game lets players control any of the three featured species in a race to dominate the planet. It's 21 missions of humans versus Aliens versus Predators. A small unit of Colonial Marines gets dispatched to planet LV-742 and discovers the presence of both Predators and Aliens. Obviously, the only choice the Colonial Marines have is to end the conflict and shoot for total universal supremacy. And so the battle begins.      
  • Alter Echo (PlayStation 2)

    Alter Echo is a futuristic action title starring a man trapped on a planet where enemies are literally spawned from the organic environment. What begins as a routine mission to investigate a substance called Plast, used by corporations to make bio-machines, quickly changes into a test of survival as the planet manufactures enemies to hunt players down. Nevin was originally assigned the task based on his unique talent for manipulating Plast to change his physical appearance as well as the flow of time. Players must now use this ability to survive the horrors the planet is creating to protect itself. As Nevin, players can freely morph into new forms designed for three specific action modes: melee, gun, or stealth. A technology referred to as "TimeDilation" lets Nevin alter time so he can string together multiple forms of attacks before enemies can respond. The results are then carried
  • American Chopper (PlayStation 2)

    Create, build and ride your very own AMERICAN CHOPPER! Be hired into the shop of the hit TV series American Chopper. Here's your chance to ride the bikes built by the Teutuls and featured on American Chopper. Choose from the P.O.W. MIA Bike, Jet Bike, Black Widow Bike and more.
  • Amplitude (PlayStation 2)

    This sequel to Harmonix Music Systems' Frequency is designed to propel players through new levels of on-rails, rhythm-based shooting, to the tunes of top Sony recording artists including Crystal Method, Orbital, David Bowie, Weezer, Garbage, and others. As in the original, players ride a "loop" of music, triggering drum, bass, guitar, and other tracks with well-timed button taps. With new backgrounds and graphical effects in a flashy, pulsing, neon-dreamlike style similar to that of the original game, Amplitude brings the rhythm-based play online through the PS2 Network Adaptor. In addition to chat modes and a ranking system, musically inclined gamers are able to post their favorite remixes online for others to access and enjoy.
  • Arc the Lad End of Darkness (PlayStation 2)

    Arc the Lad: End of Darkness takes place about five years after the events of the series' previous PS2 release, Twilight of the Spirits. Players take the role of a bounty hunter of sorts, called Edda, who travels from city to city, apprehending criminals and secretly following a suspicious woman known as Kirika. Unlike earlier games in the long-running console RPG series, battles take place in real-time. Strategic elements, such as the collection and use of powerful cards, are also a part of the gameplay.
  • Arc the Lad Twilight of the Spirits (PlayStation 2)

    Quintessential of console-style role-playing, Japan's popular Arc the Lad series returns to the U.S. in this PS2-exclusive release. Boasting over 60 hours of gameplay, Arc the Lad: Twilight of the Spirits offers 3D exploration and tactical battle through a deep storyline set thousands of years after the adventures of the previous games. Players visit a dark world, rife with chaos and destruction, to join the heroes Darc and Kharg. Separated at birth, these two brothers have rejoined to seek the mystical Spirit Stones, powerful artifacts which may hold the only hope of returning order and peace to the land. Twilight of the Spirits features well over a dozen playable characters, each with distinct weaponry, attack styles, and special abilities. As in most games of this style, learning to use these varied powers together will be important to the party's survival. Motion-captured cut-scenes and in-game
  • Army Men Air Attack 2 (PlayStation)

    The Tan Army is at it again. In its never ending quest to eliminate its sworn nemesis, the Green Army, the Tan Army has begun an all-out assault on various Green positions within their own world as well as ours. Their evil machinations seem to have no end, as they're more than happy to capture Green soldiers, take over Green bases, and develop their own brand of weapons to melt their heroic opposition. Of course, the Greens aren't going to take this sitting down. A host of elite troops will take to the air in the newest prototype helicopter, marching through enemy positions to rescue their boys and push the Tan army back again, maybe this time once and for all. Army Men Air Attack 2 is the sequel to the original PlayStation's Air Attack and is one of a series of titles based on The 3DO Company's
  • Army Men RTS (PlayStation)

    The developer responsible for such titles as Battlezone II and Dark Reign 2 is the driving force behind Army Men RTS, a real-time strategy title set within the Army Men universe. Unlike previous incarnations in the action series, which involved a lone soldier, players must command an entire army of units, including flamethrowers, infantrymen, tanks, half-tracks, bulldozers, dump trucks, air units, and more. Keeping with the franchise's roots, backyards, bathrooms, and kitchens all serve as the makeshift battlefields where the two factions fight. Sarge, the franchise's long-serving protagonist, is charged with leading a group of soldiers behind enemy lines to eradicate the turncoat Colonel Blintz, a former Green Army officer who was disfigured during combat. As in many games in the genre, players are required to gather resources to fund their war effort. The two major resources, plastic and electricity, can be obtained from Frisbees, toys, walkie-talkies,
  • Army Men Sarges Heroes 2 (PlayStation)

    SH2 starts where SH left off. It is announced that the capture (POW) of Field Marshal Tannenberg will end the war. Since General Plastro has disappeared, it is suggested that he has become a victim of plastrification and been trapped in the real world. The game introduces Bridgette Bleu, a spy for the Blue Nation. She has developed a serum that reverses plastrification. Your job as Sarge and sometimes Vikki is to destroy the serum, eliminate Tan soldiers, and capture Plastro and Tannenburg (and as Sarge you sometimes have to rescue Vikki as she has a knack for getting into trouble.) The game goes between Sarge's 'realistic' world and our world, in which Sarge is the size of a typical plastic Army Man soldier. It features many interactive effects, such as breakable wine bottles, bustable soda cans and music that spikes in intensity when enemies attack.
  • Atari Anthology (PlayStation 2)

    This collection features emulations of 85 rare and popular games from the 1980s heyday of corner arcades and Atari VCS consoles. Atari Anthology! features ports of over a dozen arcade hits -- such as Asteroids, Battlezone, Centipede, Missile Command, Pong, and Tempest -- as well as scores of 2600 emulations, including Adventure, Air-Sea Battle, Breakout, Crystal Castles, Dodge 'Em, Maze Craze, Yars' Revenge, Night Driver, and rarer titles such as Quadrun, and Swordquest: WaterWorld.

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