My collection of Xbox games
[Jap], [PAL]= source of game, all are US
versions unless noted
25 to Life:
(Midway) Decent FPS with an alien theme, also has co-op mode.
ATV Quad Power Racing 2: (Acclaim)
Battlefield 2: Modern Combat:
Baulder's Gate: Dark Alliance:
Ass Emulator Disk Vol 1: Great emulation comp disk, this includes
emus for virtually all consoles and an extensive collection of roms for each.
SNES, Genesis, NES, SMS, Atari, MSX, PC Engine, and a few more. [Hack]
Ass Emulator Disk Vol 2: Another great compilation, this time focusing on
handheld systems. They're all here, including Gameboy, GB Advance, Game Gear,
Wonderswan, Atari Lynx, Neo Geo Pocket, and more. [Hack]
Motha Truckers 2:
Roar Extreme: (Hudson) Similar to the other dozen versions of BR, it looks
great and plays like a button masher.
In Arms: Earned in Blood:
2: Point of Impact: (Acclaim) Great racing game where unique risks and
large crashes are rewarded with lots of points and extras. This version has more
crash courses than the PS2 or GC.
Duty 2: The Big Red One:
Curse of Darkness:
Combat: First to Fight:
Elite: WWII Paratroopers:
Live & Reloaded:
Squad based FPS shooter based on a Half-Life mod. This is media-check patched
Dead or Alive: Extreme Beach
Volleyball: (Tecmo) Knockout graphics with simplistic gameplay but lots
of trinkets to collect. With or without nude patch.
or Alive 3: (Tecmo) One of the most graphically impressive 3d fighters I've
ever seen. Play it on a HDTV and ejaculate on yourself.
to Rights 2: (Namco)
Destroy All Humans:
Destroy All Humans 2:
3: (Activision) Extremely awesome update to the classic FPS, keeps
things simple and scary as hell.
Doom 3: Resurrection of
Driver: Parallel Lines:
Fable: The Lost Chapters:
Family Guy: The Game:
Farcry: Instincts Evolution:
Final Fight Streetwise:
Spectrum Warror: 10 Hammers
Games 4x Disk: [Hack]
Gauntlet: Seven Sorrows:
Recon 2: Summit Strike:
Godzilla: Destroy All
Monsters Melee: (Atari) 4 player fighter that controls a bit crappily.
Includes bots and an extra character not found in the GC version.
Save the Earth: (Atari)
Theft Auto Double Pack: (Rockstar) Includes GTA3 and GTA:VC with
graphical updates from the PS2 versions. [2 DVD's]
Theft Auto: San Andreas: (Rockstar) Uncensored hot coffee mod
Half Life 2:
Halo: (Microsoft) Yes,
believe the hype. One of the greatest FPS ever to grace a console, powerful
single player mode, addictive multiplayer, this game has it all.
New Multiplayer Maps: Hacked version of Halo with fucked up
multiplayer maps replacing the originals. Some are cool, some suck shit, and
others are just meh. Worth trying anyway.
House of the Dead 3:
(Sega) Zombie blastathon that supports lightguns, also includes the complete
version of HotD2.
Indiana Jones and the Emperor's Tomb:
Just Cause: [PAL]
The King of
Fighters 2002: (SNK)
Kickass Neo Geo conversion, even better than the Dreamcast version. Has optional
hi-res backgrounds and Goenitz + Geese Howard playable!
King of Fighters 2003: (SNK)
Great NG conversion, includes all bosses playable, arranged soundtrack, and all
new 3d stages. And, it's completely uncensored!
Land of the Dead:
Beta 6: A popular arcade emulator, has virtually every game supported
by Mame .61 which MameX is based on. This is a 2 disk set that spans 1 DVD-R and
1 CD-RW. Also includes Neo Geo games. Runs great!
Echo's: Contents Under Pressure:
Matrix: Path of Neo:
Max Payne: (Rockstar)
Surprisingly good 3rd person shooter with a gritty graphic novel atmosphere. Very
entertaining, one of the few games I've played from beginning to end several
Payne 2: The Fall of Payne: (Rockster) Even better than the first;
controls are refined, graphics improved and the storyline sucks you right
2: Lone Wolf:
of Honor: Frontline: (EA) WWII shooter that's a
big graphical improvement over it's PS2 cousin. Also includes
splitscreen multiplayer (no
of Honor: Rising Sun: (EA)
Playground of Destruction:
Machines: (Codemasters) Same basic gameplay as previous entries in
the series, but a graphical facelift and some extra gameplay modes. Automatically outputs
Arcade Treasures 2: (Midway)
Mortal Kombat: Armageddon:
Mortal Kombat: Deadly
Alliance: (Midway) Another shitty MK entry in the 3d genre,
dial-a-combos galore and general asshattery. Character models and atmosphere are
nice, but no alcohol = realization that the game sucks.
Mortal Kombat: Shaolin Monks:
Ninja Gaiden Black: (Tecmo)
Myth of Demons: (Sega)
Otagi 2: (Sega)
Outrun 2006: Coast 2 Coast:
Painkiller: Hell Wars:
Predator: Concrete Jungle:
Prince of Persia: The Warrior Within:
Persia: The Two Thrones:
Psi-Ops: The Mindgate Conspiracy: (Midway)
Cool as hell action title that is sorta like Brute Force,
only with killer psychic powers.
Punisher: (THQ) Max Payne
style adventure starring the comic book anti-hero.
disk featuring 4 different systems: SNES, Genesis, Duo, & N64.
Scarface: The World is
Serious Sam II:
Shadow the Hedgehog:
Hill 2: Restless Dreams: (Konami)
The Sims 2:
The Simpsons: Hit & Run:
of Fortune 2: Double Helix: Decent PC conversion of the FPS shooter,
but has no offline multiplayer mode whatsoever.
Splinter Cell: Double Agent:
Cell: Pandora Tomorrow: (Ubisoft)
Battlefront 2 Mod 15:Friggin' awesome fan-made
mod to possibly the best Star Wars game released, this has some awesome
new stages, characters, and modes not featured in the original game. Has
a ton of new content that really makes it a new and fresh experience.
Wars: Knights of the Old Republic:
Wars: Knights of the Old Republic 2:
Wars: Republic Commando:
Stubbs the Zombie in: Rebel
without a Pulse:
Suffering: (Midway) Great horror action game, something like Max Payne
gameplay with Evil Dead plot trappings. Tons of gore, interesting storyline, and
some slick graphics.
The Suffering: Ties that Bind:
Tao Feng: (Microsoft)
Spectacular graphics but lackluster gameplay in this 3d fighter made by one of
the designers of Mortal Kombat.
Arcade Classics: (Tecmo)
3: The Redemption:
Tomb Raider: Legend:
Tony Hawk's American Wasteland:
Crime: Streets of LA: (Activision) Blatant Grand Theft Auto knockoff,
only not as good.
Championship 2: (Midway) Totally redone from the past versions with
new play mechanics and melee weapons. Recommended for FPS fans.
Chaos: Riot Response:
The Yakuza Missions: Driving game that plays very similar to the
Runabout / Felony 1179 series.