GTA III stars silent criminal protagonist Claude, who after having been betrayed and left for dead is out for revenge. You'll need help, but Mafia bosses need favors, crooked cops need your help, and street gangs want you dead. Life ain't easy being a gangster.
The first Final Fantasy game for the PlayStation 2 brought a new cinematic quality to the series with voice acting and fully 3D environments. The story follows Tidus, a young man transported one thousand years into the future to find a world quite unlike his own.
Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 3 brings the skateboarding franchise to the sixth generation of game consoles, bringing new levels, new skaters, new tricks (such as hidden trick variations and the Revert), and online multiplayer.
The follow-up to the 1998 blockbuster, Metal Gear Solid 2 blends tactical stealth and action. This sequel takes the action to an offshore oil cleanup facility seized by terrorists who are holding the President hostage. It helped sell the PS2, featuring advanced AI, physics and cover mechanics for its time, and one of the first postmodern narratives in gaming.
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney follows a young attorney as he struggles to find his footing and live up to the legacy his mentor left him. Along the way, he encounters a cast of eccentric characters and tough cases.
An enhanced version of Pokemon Gold/Silver. Taking place in the Johto region, Crystal adds new story elements, choice of gender, tweaked encounters, and the ability to easily catch its mascot Pokémon Suicune.
Luigi's Mansion is a Gamecube launch title that features Luigi as the main character as opposed to his more famous sibling. In the game, Luigi must explore a mansion that he supposedly won in order to save his brother Mario.
The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons is one of the two Oracle games released on the Game Boy Color. It featured the ability to change the four seasons as Link went on a quest to save the Oracle of Seasons, Din.