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  1. Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas  (Xbox)

    Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (Xbox)

    £7.00

    The events of the game take place in the early 1990's. The player takes control of Carl Johnson (C.J.), who had moved to Liberty City in order to distance itself from his past as a member of a gang in his home city, San Andreas. But the past catches up with him in a way he had not imagined: he finds out that his mother was killed by a rival gang. He goes back to San Andreas to attend her funeral. Realizing how corrupted local police is, seeing how his relatives and friends need him, determined to avenge his mother's death, C. J. has no other choice but revert to his old ways. Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas is the fifth game in the GTA series. The basic premise remains the same: roam the "sandbox" environments, hijack cars, and complete missions to advance the story. The game's world is significantly larger than in its two immediate predecessors, encompassing three cities and a vast countryside between them, with smaller towns, mountains, rivers, and other places of interest. The interactivity with the environment is enhanced, since the player character can now swim and dive, being able to access every corner of the game world. The missions vary in structure and gameplay, including chases, races, longer and more intense third-person shooter sequences, as well as a wide variety of vehicles to navigate, which range from different new types of cars (such as lowriders), bicycles, motorcycles, to boats, helicopters, planes, trains, and exotic devices such as monster trucks and jetpacks. Some of the missions involve recruiting gang members and attacking turfs belonging to rival gangs. As in the previous games, there are many activities to perform outside of the missions. Working as a taxi driver, taking part in races, delivering sick people to hospital, etc., return from the preceding games in the series. San Andreas adds many new activities of its own, some of them with a role-playing flavor. C.J. can go to gym and work out, increasing his stamina. From time to time he has to eat - though overeating will make him look fatter. He is also able to have romantic relationships with certain female characters, asking them out on a dinner, giving them presents, etc. Learn More
  2. Black Belt ( Master System )

    Black Belt ( Master System )

    £4.00

    In this game, you play Riki. Kyoko, your beautiful Japanese girlfriend, has been kidnapped, and in order to rescue her, you must get through a tireless army of enemies. These enemies come equipped with weapons that include whips, knives, swords, and flamethrowers, but Riki has to make do with his well-trained martial arts body. Black Belt is a side-scrolling game that is split into seven chapters. During these chapters, you are fighting Chinese Kung Fu men, wrestlers, jujitsu men, eagles, ninjas, and black women. When you get halfway through the chapter, you will fight a different enemy than one that you encounter before. At the end of each chapter, you have to defeat several bosses before continuing on to the next round. Each type of these has their own personal strengths and weaknesses. Once you touch an enemy or boss, you will lose energy. once you lose all energy, you lose a life, but more life can be restored by getting the cake when it comes across the screen in mid-air, or by defeating an enemy that will come at you halfway and you receive a bonus for doing so. The game is a modified version of the Japanese-exclusive Hokuto no Ken, with the licence removed and new level designs. Learn More
  3. Total NBA '97 ( PS1 )  ( PS2 )

    Total NBA '97 ( PS1 ) ( PS2 )

    £5.00

    One of the first few games to be developed by SCEE's internal studio, this official basketball simulation is endorsed by the NBA, and features all of the teams from the '97 season. The game features real player likenesses, names and stats. There is also the facility to create customised players. The usual range of Season play, Tournaments and Exhibition modes can be found. A host of tactical options can be set-up, and 'special moves' are there to discover. The game supports multiplayer modes of up to 8 players. Learn More
  4. NBA in the Zone ( PS1 )  ( PS2 )

    NBA in the Zone ( PS1 ) ( PS2 )

    £8.00

    This is the first in the NBA in the Zone games, which is considered a true simulation of the NBA. There are 29 teams to choose from with a full compliment of rosters from the 1996 season and a plethora of offensive and defensive plays to use against their opponents with trick shots like behind-the-back passes, skyhooks, alley-oops, fade-away jumpers and of course the slam dunk. There are, however, only five players from each team on the court at one time, similar to NBA Jam. The game also supports an advanced A.I. and is rendered in 3-D polygons. There are two modes to choose from, Exhibition and Playoff. Learn More
  5. Star Trek: Invasion ( PS1 )  ( PS2 )

    Star Trek: Invasion ( PS1 ) ( PS2 )

    £4.00

    It's the end of the Dominion Wars in the year 2377. Borg ships have been detected in the Titan system and are encroaching on Klingon space. Starfleet are mobilizing a squadron to repel the attack. One of the ensigns assigned to attack is Ryan Cooper, a rookie ensign just out of Starfleet Academy. But when a new force, the Kam'Jahtae, descendants of the Klingon enemy Hur'q, attack in hopes of reclaiming the space they once had, Ensign Cooper and his crew under Lt. Commander Worf inside the USS Typhon are in a race against time to save the galaxy from invasion! In Star Trek: Invasion, you play as Red Squadron ensign Ryan Cooper, and fly the new Valkyrie fighter ship through thirty missions. Up to six versions of the craft are available in the game: three training versions that are only used in two-player modes, and three "Marks" versions that you fly during the game. (The higher the Mark, the more powerful it is.) As you fight against the Borg, Romulans, Cardassians and a new enemy known as the Kam'Jahtae, you'll also chat with your fellow crew members, including Trek favorites Patrick Stewart (Captain Picard) and Michael Dorn (Lt. Commander Worf). Learn More
  6. Wild Metal ( Dreamcast )

    Wild Metal ( Dreamcast )

    £6.00

    Wild Metal Country is an action game in which one of five little tanks can be selected to control. Tank-like machines have gone wild on the three different planets of the Tehric system and the player's job is to defeat them. The battles take place in desolate mountain environments. The big differences in altitude play an important role in the game. In the single player mode, complete levels by collecting 8 colored power cores, which are defended by the machines, and returning them to one of several hovering stores. The player has an infinite amount of lives. The weaponry consists of 8 types of missiles and 4 types of mines. Help is received from a pair of helicopters that drop ammo and provide healing. The two tracks of the tank are operated independently. For example, make a quick spin by going forward with one track and backwards with the other. Moreover the turret can be turned in any direction. The camera always moves with the turret sometimes diverting the view towards the camera. The angle of the turret and the distance the rockets travel can be changed. The tank can only be controlled using the keyboard. Noteworthy aspects of the game are: the physics modelling, the 3D engine and the amount of freedom the player has (no time constraints etc.). Learn More
  7. Dreamcast Dave Mirra Freestyle Bmx  ( Dreamcast )

    Dreamcast Dave Mirra Freestyle Bmx ( Dreamcast )

    £4.00

    Tony Hawk proved the skating games can work to great effect. Now Dave Mirra is here to prove that BMX is here to stay, thanks to the developers at Z-Axis. Choose from all of the current crop of BMX champs, including 10 times world champion Dave Mirra, Ryan Nyquist, Joey Garcia, Shaun Butler & heaps more, and ride your way through 12 highly detailed environments, with vert ramps, huge jumps and track racing. Multiplayer gaming is also thrown in, allowing two players to go head-to-head in a game of B-M-X (a unique variation of the HORSE basketball game). All this plus official sponsors clothing, bikes and advertising boards plus a huge soundtrack featuring Cypress Hill, Deftones and more. Learn More
  8. Capcom Classics Collection Volume 2  (PS2)

    Capcom Classics Collection Volume 2 (PS2)

    £20.00

    This collection contains 20 original Capcom titles. It is a selection of the new games from Capcom Classics Collection Remixed (PSP), the three new games from Capcom Classics Reloaded (PSP) and two games (Super Street Fighter II Turbo and Tiger Road) that did not appear in a Capcom Classics collection before. The games are upscaled from their original resolutions with anti-aliasing, showing soft images with blurry details. The following games are included: 1941: Counter Attack Avengers Black Tiger Block Block Captain Commando Eco Fighters King of Dragons Knights of the Round Last Duel Magic Sword Mega Twins Quiz & Dragons: Capcom Quiz Game Side Arms Hyper Dyne The Speed Rumbler Street Fighter Strider Super Street Fighter II Turbo Three Wonders Tiger Road Varth: Operation Thunderstorm You can unlock cheats and training videos, and view the original game art along with the history of the games. Learn More
  9. Williams Arcades Greatest Hits  ( SNES )

    Williams Arcades Greatest Hits ( SNES )

    £18.00

    Williams Arcade Classics is a compilation that includes the following games: Defender Defender II Joust Robotron: 2084 Sinistar The PC, PlayStation, and Dreamcast versions also contain Bubbles. The PC and Playstation versions contain FMV supplements, including interviews with the original programmers. Learn More
  10. ObsCure  ( PS2 )

    ObsCure ( PS2 )

    £14.00

    Something is very wrong at Leafmore High. The entire school has turned dark and foreboding, strange sounds echo in the halls, and several people have mysteriously gone missing. One group of brave teens decides to find out what's going on... no matter what. They have no idea what kind of horrors have gripped the school and everyone in it. In the darkness, the evil has power... but add light and they can be defeated. Will they survive the night ahead? In Solo Mode, choose from 5 characters with different personalities, aptitude and perspectives. Change between them at any time (as long as they are still alive). The player can also select a second person (as a "teammate") to accompany the player by going to a "gathering point" in the game. At any time during play, the player can switch control between the first character and the second, thereby accessing their special talents. There are several basic types of weapons used in the game: contact (a baseball bat for instance), pistols, guns, and more exotic, high-powered "special" weapons. Ammunition is specific for each gun or pistol and is not interchangeable. Weapons can be swapped between characters and ammunition found is stored in the group's reserves for sharing amongst them. The player will also be gathering up first-aid kits, discs (for saving games), keys, screwdrivers and other tools. Other objects are required for solving riddles within the game. Learn More

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