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Depth Dwellers screenshotDepth Dwellers 1994
When I first saw Depth Dwellers, I thought that it was a fairly blatant rip-off of games like Wolfenstein 3-D and Doom. As I played it, however, I did find some good distinctions that make Depth Dwellers worth playing. Granted, the graphic presentation of Depth Dwellers is almost precisely that of the aforementioned...


Descent screenshotDescent 1996
Wow. Being able to rotate a full 360 degrees is certainly an innovation for which Descent earned much earned acclaim. The game itself is a shoot 'em up, with a major factor that sets it away from other games of its genre: the full range of motion. After only five minutes...


Descent 2 screenshotDescent 2 1996
Descent II follows in the wake of the original with more pulse pounding, underground, laser-blasting action. The sequel has 30 new weapons, new enemy robots and 30 additional levels, but the overall effect is diminished by repetitive gameplay. Action becomes intense quickly, and even at the rookie skill level you're faced...


Descent 3 screenshotDescent 3 1999
Descent 3 is the action-shooter to go down in the record books as one of the fastest, most challenging and insane titles for the PC. In fact, the Descent series has the highest "Make Chris Couper feel sick" rating since the time I spun myself on the merry-go-round for an...


Descent: FreeSpace - The Great War screenshotDescent: FreeSpace - The Great War 1998
For most of the 1990s, space-combat simulation fans only had two real choices -- the Wing Commander series or the X-Wing series. In 1998, Volition made its entrance into the genre with Descent: Freespace. While it can be accused of simply taking the best from both Wing Commander and X-Wing...


Desert Storm Command Deluxe screenshotDesert Storm Command Deluxe 1994
This game is a compilation of four different arcade games with common idea - US operation in Middle East. First-person shooting, chasing the truck by tank or defending the base from the air force are the missions, which must be completed by you to show your experience in arcade playing. ...


Desert Strike: Return to The Gulf screenshotDesert Strike: Return to The Gulf 1994
The first game in the Strike series. A year after the Gulf War, a self-styled general named Kilbaba (Muababa in the GBA version) takes over an Arab Emirate and threatens to start World War III against his western enemy, the United States. The whole world holds its breath as the...


Despair screenshotDespair 1995
Fight aliens in this fairly generic shareware FPS game. It was made using the Pie in the Sky engine. ...


Despair 2 screenshotDespair 2 1995
2nd game in the series. The aliens from the first game are back and they are after you! Fight for your life in this first person shooter. Based on the same 3d engine as Castaway. ...


Despair 3 screenshotDespair 3 1995
Another first person shooter using the 3d game creation engine. 3rd game in the Dispair series. In this installment you must destroy the wind machine before the Earth is blown away. ...


Desperado 2 screenshotDesperado 2 1991
In Desperado 2, the sequel to Gun Smoke, the player is Marshall James, a sheriff sent by the State of Texas to restore order to the corrupt and violent town of Devil Stone. The game is divided into two parts. The first one is a side-scrolling run'n gun game in...


Destruction Carnival screenshotDestruction Carnival 1997
One of the best games ever made with Maxis' Klik & Play game creation system, Destruction Carnival is an excellent kill-everything-in-sight mayhem that fans of arcade hits Smash TV will be familiar with. You play Agent D.S. Troy, who is captured by the evil warlord Amadeus, and thrown into an...


Destruction Derby screenshotDestruction Derby 1995
Ported from PlayStation, Destruction Derby offers PC gamers four different ways to smash and crash cars, including "Wrecking Racing," "Stock Car Racing," "Destruction Derby," and "Time Trial" modes. The "Wrecking" and "Stock" racing leagues are structured into four divisions where 16 cars battle it out over narrow stretched raceways hoping...


Destruction Derby 2 screenshotDestruction Derby 2 1996
Destruction Derby 2 takes the demolition/stock racer one step further with more spectacular crashes, improved realism and tracks, and a number of new features. Gamers can speed around seven tracks set in unique locations such as raceways, canyons, and Las Vegas. Players can also scramble to be the last man...


Destruction Desire screenshotDestruction Desire 2004
Destruction Desire is another excellent 2D one-on-one fighting game from Japan, created with Enterbrain's popular Fighter Maker application that unfortunately is not available in English. In contrast to most games coded with M.U.G.E.N. engine, all the fighters in Destruction Desire are newly created specifically for the game: there is no...


Detective Bogey screenshotDetective Bogey 1997
Detective Bogey is a below-average platformer from Loudness Multimedia that more or less deserves its unknown status. The clicheed plot: as Detective Bogey, you must rescue the beautiful Pandora from the clutches of evil Sinister (groan) and his minions. You have already found a map that shows where she is...


Deus Ex: Invisible War screenshotDeus Ex: Invisible War 2003
Taking place 20 years after the events in Deus Ex, Invisible War reveals a futuristic world where basic needs are left unmet. It is a world on the brink of chaos after the dismantling of the mighty biotech corporations, a world where multiple religious and political groups now lust after...


Devastation screenshotDevastation 2003
In Devastation, players take the role of Flynn Haskell, a member of the Resistance, who leads a team of freedom fighters against the Pacification Squads of the corrupt Mega-Corporations in a technological "dark age" on Earth in the year 2075. Single-player action offers two main modes of play: arcade and...


Devastator screenshotDevastator 1984
Devastator is a neat little first person space shooting game included in the August 1984 issue of Compute! magazine. The premise: a menacing alien ship named Devastator has deployed several ships sent to place detonator charges on the Earth. As the last line of defense, your job is to shoot...


Devil May Cry 3: Dante's Awakening (Special Edition) screenshotDevil May Cry 3: Dante's Awakening (Special Edition) 2006
This third episode in Capcom's "gothic action" saga serves as a prequel to the first two releases, set before the events of the original Devil May Cry. Though fans of the series know that Dante's supernatural powers are a product of his demonic heritage, this game introduces the hero's half-brother...


Devil May Cry 4 screenshotDevil May Cry 4 2008
The fourth installment of Capcom's gothic action series is the first to feature a new protagonist: Nero, who enters battle with a double-barreled revolver called the "Blue Rose" and an ornate sword known as the "Red Queen." He is also a card-carrying member of the Order of the Sword, an...


Diamond Digger screenshotDiamond Digger 1986
While treasure hunting you discover a huge shaft leading deep underground. Bloody marks on the walls warn you of a greedy ghost that haunts the abandoned mine. You can dig tunnels, but that takes longer than moving through the passageways. You have to collect the key before you can climb...


Diamonds 3D screenshotDiamonds 3D 1996
A 3D Breakout variant. The bricks are in a "well", and the paddle is a transparent rectangle. (So you can actually see what's going on.) In each level, destroy all the bricks to proceed. Some bricks are colored, and can only be destroyed by a similar-colored ball. Hit color-changing bricks...


Dick Marcinko: Rogue Warrior screenshotDick Marcinko: Rogue Warrior 2009
Loosely based on former U.S. Navy SEAL Dick Marcinko's book series, Rogue Warrior is a first-person shooter emphasizing violent, stealth-based kills. Players take control of Marcinko himself in a series of covert missions behind enemy lines in North Korea. The object is to make it safely across shipyards, warehouses, factories,...


Dick Tracy screenshotDick Tracy 1990
Dick Tracy is a tie in to the 1990 movie adaptation of the classic comic strip, staring Warren Beatty and Madonna. While an action/adventure hybrid using this license was released by Disney for the PC and Amiga, Titus also held a license to the movie. This is a side...


Die Hard screenshotDie Hard 1989
Based on the movie, a group of terrorists has taken control of a high rise tower in an attempt to take $600 million. Your job is to rescue your wife who is trapped in the building and stop the terrorists. The game is played with a 3-D point of view...


Die Hard 2: Die Harder screenshotDie Hard 2: Die Harder 1992
Die Hard 2: Die Harder is a 2D shooting gallery. In the early 90's, two things just wouldn't die: Bruce Willis in the Die Hard trilogy of movies, and, well, 2D point-and-click shooters. Renowned software undertaker Grandslam was happily ready to dig the grave several inches deeper for both. The spade:...


Die Hard Trilogy screenshotDie Hard Trilogy 1996
Perhaps we've all become accustomed to the fact that movie-licensed titles are rarely ever good. In the case with Die Hard Trilogy for the PC (and I emphasize the PC), this "stereotype" yet again rears its ugly head. While the PlayStation version set new grounds for multi-genre action, the conversion...


Die Hard Trilogy 2: Viva Las Vegas screenshotDie Hard Trilogy 2: Viva Las Vegas 2000
A little crazier and zanier than the original, Die Hard Trilogy 2: Viva Las Vegas is enhanced by better use of 3D acceleration, more realistic sounds, faster gameplay and an interesting plot. Sticking with the same formula of a three-in-one package, the results are obvious: the engine is almost entirely...


Die Hard: Nakatomi Plaza screenshotDie Hard: Nakatomi Plaza 2002
The first-person shooter, Die Hard: Nakatomi Plaza, is an attempt to recreate the movie Die Hard starring Bruce Willis. While the game features some funny one-liners from the movie and incorporates additional material, the action and story is stretched a bit too far. John McClane, a down-on-his-luck NYPD detective, travels to...


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