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Virtua Cop 2 screenshotVirtua Cop 2 1997
Based on Sega's hit arcade sequel, Virtua Cop 2, Virtua Squad 2 features on-rails shooting through a variety of 3D rendered environments. The game follows three tough cops as they struggle to take down a criminal syndicate working under the name of "EVL Inc." The PC edition of the game...


Virtua Fighter 2 screenshotVirtua Fighter 2 1997
Sega's hit arcade fighting game makes its PC debut with network play and various bonus features. All ten 3D characters from the coin-op are included for play in an 11-match tournament. You'll battle the computer or a friend in matches held within ten texture-mapped, outdoor environments. To win, you must...


Virtua Fighter Remix screenshotVirtua Fighter Remix 1996
The industry's first 3D fighting game moves from the arcade to the computer with Virtua Fighter PC. Eight combatants, each specializing in a real-life form of martial arts, trade blows within an open ring across flat, outdoor environments. Movements are designed to be realistic, so there are no projectiles, weapons,...


Virtual In screenshotVirtual In 2003
Virtual In is a fun little one-on-one fighting game that will surprise you with superb playability despite its small size. The title is a parody of popular fighting game Virtual On, and the game itself uses the robotic characters from that game - shrunk from their gigantic proportions down to...


Virtual In 2 screenshotVirtual In 2 2004
Virtual In 2 is a great sequel to Virtual In, a fun one-on-one robot fighting game from Japan. If you hate the first game or "cute" stumpy-head Japanese games, there is no reason to try this one. But if you like the first game, you will like this sequel much...


Virtual On Cybertroopers (Virtual On Operation Moongate) screenshotVirtual On Cybertroopers (Virtual On Operation Moongate) 1997
Virtual On Cybertroopers (which I will now refer to as VOOM, as it's sometimes called Virtual On: Operation Moongate) was developed by SEGA's Am3 team (now known as Hitmaker ...an appropriate name, if you ask me), and first released in arcades during 1996, using SEGA's Model 2 hardware (the hardware...


Virtual Shooting Gallery Deluxe screenshotVirtual Shooting Gallery Deluxe 1995


Virtuoso screenshotVirtuoso 1994
Many people play video or computer games to get away from the drudgeries of a workday and for the 21st century rock star hero of Virtuoso, life is no different. Donning a virtual reality headset to whisk himself away from the suffocating atmosphere of stardom, he enters a world known...


Virus screenshotVirus 1988
Aliens have infested Earth, and are spreading a deadly virus throughout the planet. Needless to say, they must be stopped, and fast. The time pressure (your score upon completing a level is based on the uninfected percentage of the land) is only one difficult aspect of this shooter.Viewed in remote...


Virus: The Game screenshotVirus: The Game 1997
Cruising through homer.wav, "D'oh!" echoes throughtout the hallway. Kareening around the corner, you watch closely for the virus, as it munches away at precious resources and infects the file while Homer spiratically "D'oh"s Virus:The Game uses the files on your computer as the battlefield in a quest to stop virus' from...


Vivisector: Beast Within screenshotVivisector: Beast Within 2005


Vixen screenshotVixen 1988
The Vixen is the last human on the planet Granath, which is now ruled by a race of dinosaurs. She has been raised by foxes, and intends to follow through on a promise she made to her elders to wipe them out and restore the planet to humanity.Each level must...


Viz screenshotViz 1992
Viz: The Game is an action game where the players run through various scrolling environments. It is based on a British comic magazine VIZ which, like the game, features lots of crude humour and fart jokes. The player controls one of the 3 Viz characters - Johnny Fartpants, Buster Gonad,...


Vlak screenshotVlak 1993
Vlak (translated as Train from Czech) is a freeware 90's clone of Snake. You control a train to collect items scattered around an area while avoiding to crash into something. Every time you obtain a new item, your train will have a new wagon attached to it. The wagons differ...


Volcano Hunter screenshotVolcano Hunter 1991
The player controls the movements of one "Hunting Harry", the sole denizen of a volcano-side village overcome by ghostly Druts, deadly floating apparitions that can only be thwarted by sheltering inside buildings and only dispersed through the application of bombs with timed fuses, of which Harry fortunately has an unlimited...


Volfied screenshotVolfied 1991
Volfied is a home conversion of an arcade coin-op developed by Taito in the late '80s. The game is very similar to Qix -- the player takes control of an object whose purpose is to roam the screen, forming shapes and removing them from the play field. By way of...


Vsys Gaiden (a.k.a. Techno Sylph) screenshotVsys Gaiden (a.k.a. Techno Sylph) 2001
Vsys Gaiden is a fun and very pretty vertical shooter from Japan. The idea is simple: shoot everything in sight to progress to the next level. Ray-traced graphics, good sound effects and music, and excellent ship design round off this short but fun shooters action fans should enjoy. Graphical effects...


Wacky Funsters screenshotWacky Funsters 1992
A collection of humorous mini-games, and precursor to "Geekwad: Games of the Galaxy". Includes parodies of the classic arcade games Pong ("Ping"), Asteroids ("Steroids"), Hard Driving ("Roadkill!", in which you run over giant lunch meats that inexplicably appear in front of your car), Street Fighter ("Big Guys with Muscles", a fighting...


Wacky Wheels screenshotWacky Wheels 1994
Hunting for a race car game that suits the youngest of the gamers in your family? Apogee Software's Wacky Wheels is exactly what you are looking for! Imagine different animals from the zoo riding go-carts, making hilarious facial expressions, and racing against each other, that's Wacky Wheels! A 3D racing...


Wanderer screenshotWanderer 1988
Wanderer is a boulderdash-like game. Each tile contains a terrain and passing it gives a number of points. Levels contain earth, boulders, teleporters, balloons, monsters, and more hazards. The objective is to collect all treasures and kill all monsters. When you have done so, you may finish the level by...


Wandering Fighter screenshotWandering Fighter 2005
Wandering Fighter is a cool Japanese-style platformer from Miguel "MIG2" Perez, maker of Castlevania-inspired gems including Lost Valley. Although Wandering Fighter is neither as long nor as challenging as Lost Valley, it is still a very fun game that will remind you of the good old days of SNES and...


Wanton Destruction screenshotWanton Destruction 2005
Despite being a pretty good shooter, Shadow Warrior was ultimately too late to market to have any success. Like the Build titles before it, a whole series of expansion packs were on the drawing board, or already in production; all dropped when SW's unimpressive sales confirmed the 2.5-D era was...


War Encounter screenshotWar Encounter 1999
War Encounter and Starship Tactical Combat Simulator are two excellent fanmade space combat games set in the Star Trek universe. STCS is more of a tactical simulation while War Encounter an action game similar to the melee combat mode in Star Control 2. As commander of the starship Enterprise in War...


War Gods screenshotWar Gods 1997
War Gods is a shoddy 3D fighting game that is similar to Mortal Kombat -- but unfortunately only in the gore department. With a lot of violence, blood, and gross "fatalities" attacks, War Gods and Mortal Kombathave very similar feel. Yet somehow Midway managed to botch up the gameplay so...


War Times screenshotWar Times 2004
The chaotic era of WWII is the focus of War Times, a real-time strategy game developed by Legend Studios. Players can choose from four nations: Germany, U.S.A., U.S.S.R., and Great Britain. Each nation was designed to adhere to its strengths and weaknesses during the war, utilizing unique strategies and military...


War World: Tactical Combat screenshotWar World: Tactical Combat 2006
War World is a third person, sci-fi, mech shooter. The basic premise of War World is that you are soldier on a planet ravaged by war and remotely control a mech in the war zone from inside a neutral zone, that's pretty much all the story that's needed. There's a number...


Wargasm screenshotWargasm 1998
While I'm sure it can only help with the male-targeted marketing for the game, just seeing the attractive woman and reading the equally suggestive title on the box for Wargasm can be quite misleading regarding the game's contents. I'll tell you right now there's nothing remotely sexual about it. And...


Warhammer 40,000: Fire Warrior screenshotWarhammer 40,000: Fire Warrior 2003
Warhammer 40,000: Fire Warrior presents the 41st century, a dark age dominated by the sinister forces of the Imperium. Players take control of Kais, a young Tau warrior who must battle against war machines, artillery, starships, and other agencies of the Imperium. Kais can choose from 15 different weapons, and...


Warhead screenshotWarhead 1991
Well, this is the simple, shareware (but full) version of Warhead, made by Brian C. Lowe and Eric Lee Steadle. The game is a bit like paratrooper, except this one has more color and seems more fun to play. You're a little canon (again) and your small "town" is under attack...


Warhead (from Activision) screenshotWarhead (from Activision) 1990
One of the most underrated Elite-inspired space combat games ever made, Warhead is a cult classic Atari ST game published by Activision in 1989. The plot: Earth is being attacked by Sirius-5, and your job - naturally - is to defend it against enemy forces. The game has over 40...


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