Jazz Jackrabbit 3 (alternatively called Jazz Jackrabbit 3D or simply Jazz3D, subtitled Adventures of a Mean Green Hare) is the unreleased third installment of the popular PC game series, Jazz Jackrabbit. Spear-headed by Dean "Noogy" Dodrill (an animator for Jazz Jackrabbit 2) and coded by World Tree Games, it was developed for the original Unreal Engine technology in 1999. Like many other mascot characters of the late 90s, Jazz would venture into the realm of 3D for the first time.
State of Emergency 2 is the sequel to State of Emergency. The game was released in February 2006, four years after the first game came out. The game is available on PlayStation 2. It takes place ten years after the first game. It features more game modes and an enhanced SOE engine. Note: The first "State of Emergency" game was developed by VIS Entertainment for Rockstar Games, but the series was continued by SouthPeak Interactive.
ThinkTanks, also called TT, is an online multiplayer third-person shooter available for Microsoft Windows, Mac, and Linux. It was developed by BraveTree Productions and marketed by GarageGames and Shockwave. com. It has numerous fan sites, among which Planet ThinkTanks 2 is considered "home" for most players (also called "ThinkTankers" or "TTers").
Apocalypse is a videogame for the PlayStation games console, developed by Neversoft and published by Activision. It is most notable for its involvement of actor Bruce Willis to provide the main character's likeness and voice.
Dead to Rights II is a third-person shooter video game, developed by Widescreen Games and first published by Namco in April 12, 2005. It is a prequel to Dead to Rights. It begins with the story of Jack Slate and Shadow before the events of Dead to Rights. There was also a PSP prequel called ' released June 28, 2005.
Power Pete is a computer game developed by Pangea Software and published by the Interplay Entertainment Corporation under the MacPlay brand name. It was released in 1995 and packaged with Mac OS 7 on new Macintosh Performa computers. It is a third-person shooter game with a single camera angle almost directly above the character.
Warhawk is a fast-paced multiplayer third-person shooter, vehicle and flight combat game developed by Incognito Entertainment exclusively for the PlayStation 3. It is a remake of an aerial warfare game of the same name, which was a launch title on the original PlayStation. Apart from the similarity of controlling aircraft, the remake bears little other resemblance. It was the first PlayStation 3 game to be available both for download on the PlayStation Network and for retail on BD-ROM.
Dead to Rights is a third-person shooter produced by Namco. It was released on August 19, 2002 as a timed exclusive for the Xbox, and releases for the PlayStation 2 and Nintendo GameCube followed thereafter. A year after its console debut, the game was ported to Microsoft Windows.
Destroy All Humans! 2 is a video game for the PlayStation 2 and Xbox consoles and is the sequel to Destroy All Humans!. It was released on October 17, 2006, in North America. It marks the last game in the series to be developed by Pandemic Studios. Two sequels were made, developed by Locomotive Games and Sandblast Games, respectively.
Des Blood 4 - Lost Alone is a third person shooter developed by Illusion in 2002. Desblood 4 is the story about a mysterious girl working in the army and a strange man with a machine hand. The man is looking for his sister and his enemy for revenge. When he meets the girl he falls in love with her and together, they fight the army.
Army of Two is a third person shooter video game developed by Electronic Arts, released on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, focusing on two mercenaries fighting through war, political turmoil, and a conspiracy from 1993 to 2009. Focusing on cooperative strategies, Army of Two's main feature is the necessity to use coordinated teamwork to accomplish the game's goals.
Reservoir Dogs is a video game based on the Quentin Tarantino film of the same name. Released in 2006, it garnered mostly mediocre reviews and caused minor controversies for its violence, being banned in Australia and New Zealand.
Bionicle Heroes is a 3D video game of the third-person shooter genre, based on Lego popular Bionicle franchise. It was released in November 2006 by TT Games on PlayStation 2, Xbox 360, Nintendo GameCube, Microsoft Windows and It was released in November 2006 by Amaze Entertainment on Game Boy Advance, and Nintendo DS, a Nintendo Wii version was later released in April 2007. The game stars Bionicle's 2006 feature characters, the Toa Inika and the Piraka.
BlowOut is a video game of the run and gun genre released in 2004 by Terminal Reality for the GameCube, PlayStation 2, Xbox, and PC. In the game the player takes over the role of John "Dutch" Cane, a space marine sent to check up on researchers on the space platform "Honour Guard" only to discover that they have been horribly mutated. Gameplay is often described as very similar to games such as Contra, Metal Slug, or Abuse.