Driv3r, more commonly known as Driver 3 (marketed as DRIV3R), is a racing, shooting, and adventure video game. It is the third installment in the popular Driver series and was developed by Reflections Interactive and published by Atari. Driv3r was released in North America for the PlayStation 2 and Xbox on June 21, 2004.
Perfect Dark Zero is a first-person shooter video game developed by Rare and published by Microsoft exclusively for the Xbox 360 video game console. It was released as a launch title in North America, Europe, Australia and Japan in late 2005. The game is known for its silent but troublesome development. It was initially planned as a Nintendo GameCube title, however the game suffered countless delays due to internal team problems and platform-jumping issues.
Futurama is a 3D platform game based on the science fiction cartoon series Futurama. Versions are available for the PS2 and Xbox, both of which use cel-shading technology. The cutscenes of the game are presented as an entire "lost episode" of Futurama on the DVD of The Beast with a Billion Backs.
Unity was a video game being developed by Jeff Minter and Lionhead Studios for the Nintendo GameCube video game system. It was in development from the beginning of 2003 until its cancellation at the end of 2004. It was to feature Jeff Minter's trademark psychedelic graphical style, meshed with an interactive music component. The music was to be provided by someone who was well known and appropriate for the game's style, but the participant was never revealed.
NARC is a 1988 arcade game designed by Eugene Jarvis for Williams Electronics programed by George Petro. It was one of the first ultra-violent video games and a frequent target of parental criticism of the arcade game industry. The object is to arrest and kill drug offenders, confiscate their money and drugs, and defeat "Mr. Big". It was ported, not long after, to the NES and several home computer systems in 1990. In 2005, it was also updated into a brand new game for the Xbox and PS2.
Grabbed by the Ghoulies is a video game released on October 21, 2003 by Rare for the Xbox gaming console. It was the second Rare game to be released under the Microsoft banner (the first being the Game Boy Advance release ') after being bought from Nintendo (it actually originated on the Nintendo GameCube). It is forward compatible with the Xbox 360. It was also re-released on the Xbox 360 as a downloadable Xbox Originals title on February 16, 2009.
Super Mario 128 is a name given to a series of development projects that were originally to be used only to create a sequel to Super Mario 64. What was displayed in the Super Mario 128 demo shown at Nintendo's Space World trade show was the rapid generation techniques that were later incorporated into games such as Pikmin, and "sphere walking" technology used in ' and Super Mario Galaxy.
Too Human is an action-RPG video game developed by Canadian developer Silicon Knights and published by Microsoft Game Studios for the Xbox 360 console. The game was released in North America on August 19, 2008 and later in Europe on August 29, 2008. The game is noted for remaining in development hell for almost ten years, originally planned as a four-disc action-adventure game for the PlayStation in 1999.
Dead Phoenix was a video game for the Nintendo GameCube that was never released. It was announced as one of the Capcom Five, a set of five Capcom-developed games originally planned as GameCube exclusives. The game failed to make an appearance at E3 2003 and was subsequently removed from Capcom's website and release schedule. Very little is actually known about Dead Phoenix.
Area 51 is a 2005 first-person shooter survival horror video game developed by Midway Studios Austin and published by Midway for the PlayStation 2, Xbox, and Microsoft Windows, and is a loose remake of the 1995 light gun video game of the same name. Players control Ethan Cole, a HazMat operative voiced by David Duchovny sent to the infamous base to investigate some manner of viral outbreak.
The Jackie Chan Adventures video game is based upon the Jackie Chan Adventures cartoon. Developed by Atomic Planet and published by Sony, it was released for PlayStation 2 on October 1, 2004 in Europe. It was compatible with the Eyetoy. Jackie, Jade, Uncle, Valmont and Shendu were voiced by their original actors. A Game Boy Advance game, entitled Jackie Chan Adventures: Legend of the Dark Hand, was released in 2001.
Kirby (星のカービィ, Hoshi no Kābī, lit. "Kirby of the Stars") is the ninth platform installment of the Kirby video game series, in development by HAL Laboratory for the Wii. Early in development, the game was planned to be a Nintendo GameCube title; however, after failing to be completed in time, development was shifted to focus on the GameCube's successor console, the Wii, instead.
Richard Burns Rally (RBR) is a sim racing game, published by SCi and developed by Warthog with advice of WRC driver Richard Burns. It simulates both classic and modern rallying, and is best known for its realistic physics engine. This game is considered by many gamers to be one of the most realistic and difficult racing simulators. RBR was not made to be modifiable, but despite this there are mods available due to a very strong online community.
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter (GRAW) is the third installment in the popular Ghost Recon tactical shooter video game series, published by Ubisoft in 2006. As in previous Ghost Recon games, players will command their team of Ghosts while neutralizing hostile forces and completing various mission objectives. These objectives can range from escorting friendly units across the map to rescuing hostages or taking out enemy artillery.
Greg Hastings Tournament Paintball MAX'D (GHTP)(2005) is a 12+ rated, action sport, first person shooter developed by The Whole Experience, under joint venture with Paintball Players Productions, LLC, and published by Activision on Xbox, Nintendo DS, Game Boy Advance, and PlayStation 2. MAX'D is the sequel to Greg Hastings Tournament Paintball (2004 Xbox).
Donkey Kong Barrel Blast, known in Europe and Australia as Donkey Kong Jet Race, in Japan as Donkey Kong Taru Jet Race (ドンキーコング たるジェットレース, lit. Donkey Kong Barrel Jet Race) and prior to E3 as Donkey Jet and DK: Bongo Blast, is a racing game for Nintendo's Wii video game console, announced on May 9, 2006, and that year's E3 convention for the Nintendo GameCube under the title of DK: Bongo Blast. This version was ultimately cancelled for the GameCube in favor of a Wii release.
Celebrity Deathmatch is a video game based on the Celebrity Deathmatch show. The game features celebrities and movie monsters as playable characters. It was generally poorly reviewed, for example receiving a 2.8 or "terrible" rating from GameSpot.