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Rare, Unreleased,
& Obscure Movies

Anime & Cartoons

Foreign Action

Foreign Horror - Sleaze

Giant Monsters & Kaiju

Horror- Gore - Splatter

Mondo & Exploitation

Documentaries & Weird

Workprints - TV Stuff

Music Vids / Concerts

Science Fiction / Mst3k

Common DVD's

Video Game Media

Sony Playstation 

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Sony PS2
No-Mod CD's
DVD Rips


Sega Dreamcast 

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Sega Saturn 

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Neo Geo CD

Mega/Sega CD


PC Disks

Music CD's

Sony Playstation 2 DVD games
Abbreviations: [US], [Jap], [PAL] = source of game 

All games are on DVD-R's & are US versions unless noted

    XIII: Cell-shaded first person shooter with online/offline multiplayer modes

    Ace Combat 4: Shattered Skies: (Namco)
    Altered Beast: (Sega) [PAL]
    Aqua Teen Hunger Force: Zombie Ninja Pro-Am: (Midway)

    Art of Fighting Anthology: (Playmore) All 3 Art of Fighting games emulated on one disk, with original or arranged tunes [US or Jap]

    Backyard Wrestling: (Eidos)

Backyard Wrestling 2: (Eidos)
Beat Down: Fists of Vengence: (Capcom)
Bloodrayne 2

    Bully: (Rockstar)

Bujingai: The Forsaken City
    Burnout 2: (Acclaim)
    Burnout 3: (EA) 
     Call of Duty:  
    Call of Duty: World at War: Final Fronts: (Activision)
    Capcom Classics Collection: (Capcom)

Capcom Fighting Evolution: (Capcom)
    Castlevania: Lament of Innocence: (Konami)

    Civil War: A Nation Divided: (Activision) Interesting FPS set in the Civil War, kinda lackluster but is definitely something different.

    Civil War: Secret Missions: (Activision) Big improvement over the first in this FPS'er with a unique setting.

    Cold Winter

Conflict: Vietnam

    Contra: Shattered Soldier: (Konami) Killer 3d update to the Contra series that blows those PSOne "games" out of the water. Even though this is on a DVD, it's still the US version.

    Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon:
    Death by Degrees
: (Namco)
    Deus EX: The Conspiracy
    Devil May Cry: (Capcom)

    Devil May Cry 2: (Capcom) [2 DVD's]
    Devil May Cry 3: (Capcom)
    Disaster Report: (Agetec)

    Driver 3

    Enter the Matrix: Buggy but halfway decent action game based on the Matrix mythos. 

    Fatal Frame

    Fatal Fury: Battle Archives Volume 1: (Playmore) Emulates FF 1, 2, Special, & 3, complete with arranged tunes. 
    Fatal Fury: Battle Archives Volume 2: (Playmore)

    Fire Pro Wrestling Returns: (Agetec) Take everything from the Dreamcast version and crank it up to ten. The best and deepest wrestling game ever made. 

    Fist of the North Star: (Sega) [Jap]
    Fugitive Hunter
    Full Metal Alchemist
    Gauntlet: Seven Sorrows: (Midway)
    The Getaway: Black Monday: (Sony)

    Ghost Rider: God of War inspired action game based on the movie.

    God of War: (Sony) Excellent action/brawler set in a pseudo-Greek atmosphere, DVD5 version

    God of War II: (Sony) DVD5 version, seems to work without any problems.

    Godhand (Capcom) A quirky beat-em-up with a unique Capcom flavor

    Godzilla: Save the Earth: (Atari) Sequel to the 4 player Gamecube original that plays somewhat like a kaiju wrestling game.

    Grand Theft Auto III: (Rockstar)

    Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories: (Rockstar) Straight port of the somewhat skimpy PSP original

    Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas: (Rockstar)
    Grand Theft Auto: Vice City
: (Rockstar)

    Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories: (Rockstar) Conversion of the PSP game that expands on Vice City. [PAL]

    Guilty Gear Isuka
    Guilty Gear XX

    Guitar Hero Encore: Rocks the 80's: (Activision) Hit and miss setlist based on 80's tunes.

    Guitar Hero: True Metal Edition: (Hack) A hack of GH2 that incorporates a thrash & death metal setlist.

    Guitar Hero: World Tour:

    Headhunter: Redemption:

    Hitman 2: Requires the CD Loader disk if you're using Swap Magic 2.0 to boot.

    Hitman: Contracts: (Eidos)
    Hunter: The Reckoning Wayward

    Hyper Street Fighter 2: Anniversary Edition: (Capcom) Mish-mash of all past SF2 games and with the ability to select different versions of each character. Also includes the SF2 anime. [Jap]

Indigo Prophecy
Killer 7: (Capcom)
    Killzone: (Sony)

    The King of Fighters: Orochi Collection: (SNK) Arcade perfect emulations of KoF '95, 96, & '97 w/optional arranged soundtracks. [Jap]  

    The King of Fighters XI: (Playmore) [US] or [Jap]

    The King of Fighters '94: Rebout: (SNK) Redone incarnation of '94 with gameplay and graphical tweaks. Also includes Saishu from '95 as a playable character. [Jap]

    The King of Fighters '98: Ultimate Match: (SNK) Amazing conglomeration with every character from '94-'98, complete with redone backgrounds and frontend. Spectacular! US version is missing blood sprays [US or Jap]

    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! [Jap or US]

    The King of Fighters 2002: Unlimited Match: (SNK) Honest-to-god holy shit reworking of the NESTS series, an amazing redo that puts '98 Ultimate Match to shame [Jap]

    The King of Fighters 2003: (SNK) Great NG conversion, includes all bosses playable, arranged soundtrack, and all new 3d stages. And, it's completely uncensored! 

    The King of Fighters 2006: (SNK) Sequel to Maximum Impact, complete with English or Japanese voices

    The King of Fighters: Maximum Impact: (SNK) KoF enters the world of 3d, and surprisingly it isn't that bad. Japanese or US versions available, Jap version has the original voice samples and the uncensored music track.
The King of Fighters: Neowave: (SNK) [Jap]
    Kingdom Hearts: [Square]
    Kingdom Hearts 2: [Square]
    Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver 2
    Manhunt: (Rockstar)
    Medal of Honor: Frontline: (EA)
    Medal of Honor: Rising Sun: (EA) 
    Medal of Honor: Vanguard: (EA) [PAL]
    Magic Pengel: The Quest for Color: (Taito)
    Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty: (Konami)

    Metal Gear Solid 2: Substance: (Konami) Update to SoL, doesn't include "Snake Tales" or "Missions" segments, otherwise has the full game.
    Metal Slug 3D: (Playmore) [Jap]

    Metal Slug 3: (Playmore) Excellent conversion of the Neo Geo arcade title with all the jaw dropping animation left intact + bonus stuff not found on the anthology. [Jap]

    Metal Slug 4: (Playmore)
    Metal Slug 5: (Playmore)
    Metal Slug 6: (Playmore) [Jap]

    Metal Slug Anthology: (Playmore) Great compilation of Metal Slug 1-6 & X. 

    Midway Arcade Treasures: (Midway)
Midway Arcade Treasures 2: (Midway)
    Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance: (Midway)
    Mortal Kombat: Deception: (Midway)
    Nano Breaker: (Konami)
    Need For Speed: Underground: (EA)
    Neo Contra: (Konami)
NeoGeo Battle Coliseum: (SNK) [US], [Jap], or [PAL]
    Odin Sphere:
Onimusha: Dawn of Dreams: (Capcom) 2 DVD's

    Psi-Ops: (Midway) Cool as hell action title that is sorta like Brute Force for the Xbox, only with killer psychic powers. 

    R-Type Final: (Irem)

    Rampage: Total Destruction: (Midway)
    Raw Danger
: (Agetec)
    Red Dead Revolver
: (Rockstar)
    The Red Star:
Resident Evil 4: (Capcom)
Resident Evil: Outbreak: (Capcom)
Resident Evil: Outbreak: File 2: (Capcom)

    Rise to Honor: (Sony) Arcadish beat-em-up with a fucked up control scheme, starring Jet Li.

    Roadkill: (Midway) Free-roaming vehicle combat, similar to Twisted Metal

    Rumble Roses: (Konami) Slick all-female wrestler

    Run Like Hell
    Rygar: (Tecmo)
    Samurai Spirits Zero aka Samurai Shodown 5: (SNK) [Jap]
Samurai Spirits: Tenkaichi Kenkakuden: (SNK) [Jap]
Sega Superstars Tennis: (Sega) [PAL]
    Serious Sam: The Next Encounter:
    Shadow of the Colossus
    Shinobi: (Sega)

    Silent Hill 3: (Konami) Requires the CD Loader disk if you're using Swap Magic 2.0 to boot.

    Silent Hill 4: The Room: (Konami) 
Sly 3

    The Simpsons: Hit & Run: Simpsons-meets-GTA3 with simpler play mechanics. 

    SNK VS Capcom: SVC Chaos: (Playmore) Flawless Neo Geo conversion. All menus are in English. [Jap]

    Socom: US Navy Seals: (Sony)
    Socom 3: (Sony)

    Soldier of Fortune Gold: Decent conversion of the PC title, includes splitscreen deathmatch.

    Sonic Gems Collection: (Sega) [Jap]

    Soul Calibur 2: (Namco) Features exclusive to PS2 version character Heihachi, requires the CD Loader disk if you're using Swap Magic 2.0 to boot.

    Soul Calibur 3: (Namco)

    Spiderman 2
    Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow
State of Emergency 2:
    Star Wars: The Clone Wars:
    Street Fighter Alpha Anthology: (Capcom)

    The 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.  

    SWAT: Global Strike Team: FPS that supports the headset for voice interaction. May require CD Loader on some systems.

    Syphon Filter: The Omega Strain: (Sony)
    Taito Legends 2: (Taito)
    Tekken 5: (Namco) 
    Tenchu: Wrath of Heaven
    Timesplitters: Future Perfect
    Tom Clancey's Ghost Recon 2:

    Tomb Raider: Angel of Darkness: (Edios) Requires the CD Loader disk if you're using Swap Magic 2.0 to boot.

    Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 4: (Activision)
    Tony Hawk's Underground: (Activision)
    The Transformers

    True Crime: Streets of LA: (Activision) Requires the CD Loader disk if you're using Swap Magic 2.0 to boot.

    Turok: Evolution: (Acclaim) FPS game similar to the N64 versions.

    Virtua Fighter 4: Evolution: (Sega) Contains 2 new characters, extras, and an extensive story mode. Also has the 10th Anniversary edition included on the same disk. 

    War of the Monsters: (Sony) Fun fighting/action game based on giant B-movie monsters, from the minds behind Twisted Metal.

    World Heroes Anthology / Gorgeous: (Playmore) Flawless emulation of all 4 World Heroes games with arranged tunes. [US or Jap]

    WWF Smackdown 4: Shut Your Mouth: (THQ) Solid wrestling game, similar to past entries

    Yakuza: (Sega)