Games

The Sims (2000) (3.74 average Grouvee user rating)

Construct and furnish a home, and then influence the day-to-day lives of its occupants (called Sims) in an isometrical "people simulator" by Will Wright.
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Diablo II (2000) (4.18 average Grouvee user rating)

The sequel to Blizzard's popular action-RPG features a larger and more varied world, new playable classes, and expanded skill trees. Even moreso than its predecessor, Diablo II would provide a blueprint followed by many later RPGs and action games.
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Final Fantasy IX (2000) (4.39 average Grouvee user rating)

Final Fantasy IX is a throwback to the classics of the series and is widely considered the purest 3D entry to date.
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The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask (2000) (4.45 average Grouvee user rating)

The follow-up to Ocarina of Time sees the series stalwart Link embark on a journey to save the land of Termina from being crushed by the moon in three days. To defeat the Skull Kid, Link has to live the same three days over and over again.
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Pokémon Stadium (2000) (3.52 average Grouvee user rating)

Pokémon Stadium is the second in a series of console Pokémon battling games in Japan and the first installment for the rest of the world. Players can transfer their rosters from the first generation of games to battle it out in a 3D environment.
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Soulcalibur II (2000) (3.90 average Grouvee user rating)

The third entry in the Soul series, and being the first to release on all major home consoles. SC II was also the first in the series to introduce exclusive cameos from other franchises.
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Half-Life: Counter-Strike (2000) (3.85 average Grouvee user rating)

Originally created as a modification of the original Half-Life, Counter-Strike has since become its own franchise, setting new standards in online team-based shooters, and was at one point the single most-played online game in the world with a huge competitive following.
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Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2 (2000) (4.00 average Grouvee user rating)

Tony Hawk's Pro Skater returns with new levels, skaters, gameplay mechanics (including the introduction of the Manual), and the ability to create custom skaters and levels.
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Deus Ex (2000) (4.39 average Grouvee user rating)

A celebrated cyberpunk-themed first-person role-playing game, Deus Ex puts players behind the shades of JC Denton--an operative thrust into a world of byzantine global conspiracies.
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Paper Mario (2000) (4.28 average Grouvee user rating)

The second Mario themed RPG, Bowser has stolen the Star Rod and has now has near limitless power. Mario goes on a quest to save the Seven Star Spirits, and retrieve the Star Rod from Bowser in order to save Princess Peach and the Mushroom Kingdom.
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Crazy Taxi (2000) (3.33 average Grouvee user rating)

A high octane arcade driving game, remembered for its pop-punk soundtrack and product placement. The objective is to take passengers to their desired location within the time limit.
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Perfect Dark (2000) (4.12 average Grouvee user rating)

Perfect Dark is a first-person shooter for the Nintendo 64 and the spiritual successor to the 1997 smash hit GoldenEye 007.
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Mario Party 2 (2000) (3.70 average Grouvee user rating)

Mario Party 2 was the first in what would become a long line of sequels to Nintendo's successful crack at the party game genre. Mario Party 2 included new boards and the same original six playable characters from the first game, along with a ton of new mini games.
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Baldur's Gate II: Shadows of Amn (2000) (4.53 average Grouvee user rating)

Take hold of your destiny as you journey across mysterious lands, encounter many magical creatures and meet many memorable characters in a large fantasy world.
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Mario Tennis (2000) (3.66 average Grouvee user rating)

The second Mario sports game developed by Camelot. It was the first game to include Waluigi who eventually became a recurring character in Mario games.
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Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards (2000) (3.66 average Grouvee user rating)

The Crystal Shards marked Kirby's first and last platforming appearance for the Nintendo 64. The game was notable because it let Kirby swallow two enemies and combine their powers for crazy results.
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Banjo-Tooie (2000) (4.17 average Grouvee user rating)

Bear and bird again combine their efforts to thwart Gruntilda's dastardly plans (as well as her two hag sisters and their minions) in this classic platformer for the Nintendo 64.
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Spyro: Year of the Dragon (2000) (3.97 average Grouvee user rating)

Spyro: Year of the Dragon is the third game in the popular Spyro the Dragon series and the last to be made by Insomniac. In this adventure, Spyro is tasked with getting dragon eggs back that have been stolen by the evil Sorceress.
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Command & Conquer: Red Alert 2 (2000) (4.09 average Grouvee user rating)

Red Alert 2 is the continuation of the Red Alert series and takes place during the surprise Soviet invasion of the United States.
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Age of Empires II: The Conquerors (2000) (4.27 average Grouvee user rating)

Control 5 new civilizations, and take on 4 new campaigns along with a myriad of new units and features in this expansion pack to Age of Kings.
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Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes (2000) (3.87 average Grouvee user rating)

An insane roster of characters from both Marvel and Capcom battles out in crazy 3-on-3 tag-team matches in the fourth installment of the Marvel vs. Capcom series.
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The Longest Journey (2000) (4.25 average Grouvee user rating)

The Longest Journey puts the player in the shoes of 18-year old April Ryan as you face various challenges to find the Guardian and restore Balance between the two distinctly different worlds of Stark and Arcadia.
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American McGee's Alice (2000) (3.65 average Grouvee user rating)

American McGee's Alice is a pseudo-sequel to Lewis Carroll's classic. Alice, scarred by a horrific childhood trauma, must return to a dark, nightmarish version of Wonderland. Alice must restore its former harmony by defeating the Queen of Hearts in order to vanquish her own inner demons.
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Escape from Monkey Island (2000) (3.39 average Grouvee user rating)

The fourth Monkey Island game and the first to be in 3D. Escape tells the tale of Guybrush Threepwood's attempts to get Elaine reelected and defeat both LeChuck and his new ally, the evil Australian Ozzie Mandrill.
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Dark Cloud (2000) (3.62 average Grouvee user rating)

Released early in the life of the Playstation 2, Dark Cloud is an RPG with tradional dungeon hack gameplay, mixed with the very unique Georama world construction system, and interesting weapon development mechanics.
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