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Robot Arena screenshotRobot Arena 2001
Born of your own imagination, the combatants in Robot Arena are small, mechanized robots who attempt to pummel one another into submission using a variety of rudimentary implements. Beginning the game, you're given a sum of $1000 with which to create your custom pugilist. From there it's off to the...


Rocket Jockey screenshotRocket Jockey 1996
Some games have the best intentions, but something gets lost upon execution. Rocket Jockey is one of those games. It sounds like a real cool idea: ride cycles which look like they came out of a Star Wars movie and ride around an arena slamming other cyclists. They even got...


Rocky Mountain Trophy Hunter 3 screenshotRocky Mountain Trophy Hunter 3 2000
Sunstorm Interactive heads to the high ground once again with Rocky Mountain Trophy Hunter 3: Trophies of the West, the fourth title in the series following the original release in 1999, the sequel (Rocky Mountain Trophy Hunter II: Above the Treeline), and an add-on (Rocky Mountain Trophy Hunter Alaskan Expedition)....


Roland Garros French Open 2001 screenshotRoland Garros French Open 2001 2001


Rollcage screenshotRollcage 1999
Rollcage isn't your typical racer. It takes cues heavy from the other Psygnosis game Wipeout. But it takes its own slant on things as well. First off, gamers will automatically realize that they're vehicles are indestructible. That's right. Take fifty missiles up the tailpipe and you'll keep on running. This...


Roller Coaster Rumbler screenshotRoller Coaster Rumbler 1990
Nearly 5 years before Rebel Assault and other fully-rendered CD-ROM titles popularised the rail-shooter gameplay, Tynesoft used it for a game with an unusual setting. You are on board a roller coaster which has been layered with targets to shoot out. The roller coaster follows its natural path, swinging from...


Rollerblade Racer screenshotRollerblade Racer 1993
In Rollerblade Racer your goal is to enter (and hopefully win!) the super rollerblade challenge. In order to enter the race, you will first need to qualify by earning 5,000 points and completing several obstacle courses. As you rollerblade through the suburbs, city streets, beaches, and parks you can earn...


RTL Ski Jumping 2007 screenshotRTL Ski Jumping 2007 2006


RTL Winter Games 2007 screenshotRTL Winter Games 2007 2006


Rugby 2004 screenshotRugby 2004 2003
Rugby 2004 offers the excitement and brutality of international rugby competition. Over 2000 players on 95 teams -- including the Super 12, Australian League, South African League, and New Zealand League -- are available. Players can choose from a variety of game modes: European Trophy, British Tour, Bledisloe Cup, Tri...


Rugby World Cup 95 screenshotRugby World Cup 95 1995
The official game of the 1995 IRB Rugby Union World Cup in South Africa. Featuring all 20 international teams that took part in the World Cup including the All Blacks of New Zealand and the Springboks of South Africa, as well as an EA All Stars team and a few...


Rush Hour (a.k.a. Speedster) screenshotRush Hour (a.k.a. Speedster) 1997
Rush Hour is a decent top-down arcade racing game that is much better known on the PlayStation than the PC. Like most arcade racers, driving in Rush Hour is very simple: just use the arrow keys to steer; no gear-shifting is required. However, it is overly responsive even when you...


Ryder Cup Golf screenshotRyder Cup Golf 1993
A decent golf simulation of the famous tournament of the same name, Ryder Cup Golf is long on ambition, but short on actual delivery. True to the actual Ryder Cup, the game lets you play as US or European team on a grilling 3-day hunt for the golf trophy. Many...


Salt Lake 2002 screenshotSalt Lake 2002 2002
Snowbound sports of speed and skill make up the challenges in this Official Video Game of the 2002 Winter Olympic Games. Sixteen international teams compete in six cold-weather challenges. Be first to the bottom of the hill in the Men's Downhill or the Women's Slalom. Ski jump for distance or...


Scorcher screenshotScorcher 1996
There are some games that are challenging, and then there are some game that are simply too hard for humans to play. Unfortunately, the racing game, Scorcher, falls into the latter category. Blazing speeds and loose controls make this post-apocalyptic bike race close to unmanageable. There is too much going...


Scottish Open screenshotScottish Open 1995
In the golf simulator you are allowed to win in Scottish Open on Championship Golf Courses, including The Bowery, Kilmarney, Penperro, and Carnoustie. There are many players in the game, who can rise during the playing. You can choose, edit or create one of them. Choosing a club, striking a...


Screamer 2 screenshotScreamer 2 1996
Any loyal arcade racing fan will testify that some of the greatest thrills occur when your car breaks traction and the tail starts to come out from under you. It is these moments that tax a player's ability to the utmost - and separate the champions from the also-rans. The...


Screamer Rally screenshotScreamer Rally 1997
This game has been designed mainly for people who prefer arcade style racing games. The game offers seven tracks and five rally style cars. It also has 3D acceleration enhancements which offer superbly smooth graphics ...


SEGA Bass Fishing screenshotSEGA Bass Fishing 2001
Turn your PC into your own personal fishing lodge with Sega Bass Fishing. Cast your line in "Tournament," "Arcade," or "Practice" mode, using one of 14 unique lures to catch the big one. Watch the action with the underwater camera as the fish are attracted to your bait. The initial...


Sega Rally Championship screenshotSega Rally Championship 1997
Sega Rally Championship features four tracks set in mountain, desert, forest and lakeside environments. Included are six rally vehicles each with distinctive handling and precise modeling to maneuver varied terrains and driving conditions. A multiplayer mode allows players to race against up to two players in spilt-screen mode, modem, net...


SEGA Worldwide Soccer screenshotSEGA Worldwide Soccer 1996
Sega Worldwide Soccer (WWS) was, in X'mas 1996, one of the best selling games for the Sega's "golden boy", the CD-32 bit Saturn. Reasons? It was the first *really* good 3D soccer game to be released on any platform. Easy to learn, yet quite challenging to master, evolutive players, good...


Sensible Golf screenshotSensible Golf 1994
Sensible Golf is a 2D golf simulation. Having been quite successful with their cute action soccer game Sensible Soccer, Sensible Software decided that the concept of "No fuss, just fun" could be applied to other sports, too. They chose golf. Sensible Golf is not an accurate simulation of golf, but an action...


Sensible Soccer screenshotSensible Soccer 1993
With the original Sensible Soccer having sold hugely, this updated version was released some months later (and then used as the basis for the later console versions). The teams are updated, with the sides present in the 92-93 European tournaments included, and the player names updated to take transfers into...


Sensible Soccer '98 screenshotSensible Soccer '98 1997
Sensible Soccer '98 is the final release in Sensible Software's outstanding Sensible Soccer series. At first glance, fans may be disappointed by the fact that the game no longer sports the cute tiny players that are the hallmark of every previous Sensible Soccer game. Instead, Sensible Soccer '98 offers a...


Sensible Soccer 2006 screenshotSensible Soccer 2006 2006
The Amiga's original Sensible Soccer first made its entry to the world of sporting videogames way back in 1992 and prompted a swiftly amassed fan base while taking its place alongside that of leading football series Kick Off. Sensible Soccer's fast-paced arcade approach offered gamers a bird's-eye view of the...


Sensible World of Soccer screenshotSensible World of Soccer 1995
Sensible World of Soccer is an enhanced version of Sensible Soccer. Virtually every important soccer league in the world is included in this game, with some countries not only having premier / first division, but 2nd, 3rd, and more divisions. All important international competitions are also included (club- and national-team...


Sensible World of Soccer 96/97 screenshotSensible World of Soccer 96/97 1996
The updated Sensible World of Soccer, with more up-to-date-teams and less of the bugs from the previous version. SWOS is a top down football/management game, with either quick game or 20-year career player-manager options. The games are set to last 3 minutes, but the 20-year career can suck in your entire...


Sensible World of Soccer: European Championship Edition screenshotSensible World of Soccer: European Championship Edition 1995
A "sequel" of sorts to Sensible Software's 1996 Sensible World of Soccer, a great conversion of the company's famous Amiga football (soccer) game. Based on the teams that played in Euro '96 tournament, SWOS: European Championship Edition sports new features that make the game even more addictive than SWOS, including...


Serve & Volley screenshotServe & Volley 1988
A tennis game where camera is always static, which means whether you're on one side of the net or the other, the camera will always show both players from the same angle, which seems like a platform game. You can play a single match or full tournament, as well as...


Shane Warne Cricket screenshotShane Warne Cricket 1997
Arguably the best cricket game ever made, Shane Warne Cricket is the last cricket game from Audiogenic, makers of classic games including Allan Broder's Cricket and Brian Lara Cricket. This 1997 version of their popular game engine sees all-new SVGA graphics and many more options than before. You can choose...


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