A list of retro collectables collected over the years. Sheep Dog N Wolf <img style="float:right" src=";collec=0&amp;img=Looney_Tunes__Sheep_Raider_2.jpg&amp;x=1000&amp;y=120" /> <ul> <li>Platform : PC</li> <li>Editor : Infogrames Europe SA</li> <li>Developer : Infogrames Europe SA</li> <li>Players : Offline: 1</li> <li>Release Date : 2001</li> </ul> <p>Help a starving Ralph Wolf steal sheep from Sam Sheep Dog. With an arsenal of Acme equipment at his disposal, Ralph is sure to concoct the perfect plan for keeping his stomach filled, or not!<br /> The game takes place across 15 stages, each with their own requirements and challenges, so the longevity of the game is notable.</p> Action Battlefield 2: Modern Combat <img style="float:right" src=";collec=0&amp;img=Battlefield_2__Modern_Combat_2.jpg&amp;x=1000&amp;y=120" /> <ul> <li>Platform : PlayStation 2</li> <li>Editor : Electronic Arts UK Ltd.</li> <li>Developer : Electronic Arts UK Ltd.</li> <li>Players : Offline: 1; Online: 24 Players</li> <li>Release Date : 18.11.2005</li> </ul> <p>Although called Battlefield 2, this is the first of the Battlefield series to pass over to console. Vehicles like the Humvees, tanks, APCs and helicopters all make it into the game although fixed wing aircraft are noticeable absent.<br /> <br /> Multiplayer allows up to 24 players battle it out in a Conquest mode where you capture flags and maintain control of them until the enemy tickers run down, or Capture the Flag which is all out attack to get the enemy flag back to your own base.<br /> A single player campaign, which is story led, see's China and USA go up against each other in Kazakhstan.<br /> Throughout the single player campaign you switch between China and USA armies as you follow orders based on news reports which show both sides of the war giving you a view of how war is and how it's reported.<br /> The new Hot Swap feature allows you to jump into almost any other allied troop on the battlefield which saves loads of running and gets you into the best position for your next attack or defense.</p> Action Legends of Wrestling II <img style="float:right" src=";collec=0&amp;img=Legends_of_Wrestling_II_2.jpg&amp;x=1000&amp;y=120" /> <ul> <li>Platform : PlayStation 2</li> <li>Editor : Acclaim Entertainment, Inc.</li> <li>Developer : Acclaim Studios Salt Lake City</li> <li>Players : Offline: 1-2 Players</li> <li>Release Date : 07.02.2003</li> </ul> <p>The sequel is enhanced and improved first part, in which you control a fighter or a party of them in most unbloody fighting sport, which is called wrestling. Over 65 famous &quot;Champions&quot; are available to you, such as Hulk Hogan, Andre The Giant, Rowdy Roddy Piper, Bruno Sammartino, Bret &quot;Hitman&quot; Hart, Sid Vicious, &quot;Big Poppa Pump&quot; Scott Steiner and Jerry &quot;The King&quot; Lawler.<br /> <br /> There are many types of fights, including 6- and 8-man Elimination Bouts, Cage, Battle Royal, Ladder, Table and 3- and 4-way dances, also Body Slam Challenge with Big John Studd and tag-team tournaments with great teams such as The Road Warriors, Steiner Brothers, British Bulldogs, Nasty Boys, Rock-n-Roll Express and more.<br /> <br /> Create-A-Legend feature now is bigger and better, allowing players to make their ultimate grappler.</p> Sports Showdown: Legends of Wrestling <img style="float:right" src=";collec=0&amp;img=Showdown__Legends_of_Wrestling_2.jpg&amp;x=1000&amp;y=120" /> <ul> <li>Platform : PlayStation 2</li> <li>Editor : Acclaim Entertainment, Inc.</li> <li>Developer : Acclaim Studios Austin</li> <li>Players : Offline: 1-2 Players</li> <li>Release Date : 22.06.2004</li> </ul> <p>Do battle with over 70 of the all-time greatest legends of wrestling. Match types include: 1-On-1, Tag Team, Hardcore, Battle Royal, Cage Match, Ladder Match, Table Match, and much more. With Classic Matches you are placed in middle of a historic match and challenged to repeat its outcome. In addition, Create-A-Player lets you make your own &quot;Legend&quot; from scratch and see how he can hold up against the best there ever was.</p> Sports Final Fantasy X-2 <img style="float:right" src=";collec=0&amp;img=Final_Fantasy_X-2_2.jpg&amp;x=1000&amp;y=120" /> <ul> <li>Platform : PlayStation 2</li> <li>Editor : Square Enix, Ltd.</li> <li>Developer : Square Co., Ltd.</li> <li>Players : Offline: 1</li> <li>Release Date : 20.02.2004</li> </ul> <p>Final Fantasy X-2 is the first direct sequel in the history of the series. The events of the game take place two years after Yuna and her guardians defeated Sin in Final Fantasy X, and peace was restored in Spira. Rikku (remember this cheerful Al-Bhed girl from the previous game?) finds a strange sphere that mysteriously shows an image resembling... Tidus, Yuna's one and only love! Rikku brings the sphere to Yuna, who now doesn't look any more like the shy, quiet girl we know from FFX, but rather like a cool action heroine in short pants and with a gun in each hand. Determined to discover the truth behind the mystery, Yuna organizes a journey of &quot;sphere-hunting&quot;, to find more spheres scattered around the world, and perhaps to find Tidus...<br /> <br /> The series underwent important changes in this game, especially gameplay-wise. The ATB (active time battle) system is back, after it had been replaced by turn-based combat in FFX. The battles develop at a quicker pace than earlier games in the Final Fantasy series, with more emphasis on quick decision and timing. You have a party of three characters: Yuna and her friends Rikku and Paine (yes, you control only girls in this game!). The job system similar to that of Final Fantasy V is back, with the possibility to learn various abilities and to freely customize your characters' classes. Jumping and climbing are now possible in certain locations. Also, the gameplay is non-linear, untypically for console RPGs. Right from the beginning you have your airship, and you can explore the entire world at your pleasure.</p> Role-Playing (RPG) Outlaw Tennis <img style="float:right" src=";collec=0&amp;img=Outlaw_Tennis_2.jpg&amp;x=1000&amp;y=120" /> <ul> <li>Platform : Xbox</li> <li>Editor : Global Star Software Inc.</li> <li>Developer : Hypnotix, Inc.</li> <li>Players : Offline: 1-4 Players; Online: 4 Players</li> <li>Release Date : 26.07.2005</li> </ul> <p>The Outlaw gang is back, this time to take on the world of Tennis. The game features all your favorite characters from the previous Outlaw games and adds a few new ones for a total of 16 playable characters. Like the other Outlaw games, there are a number of unlock-able items including new characters, racquets, balls, courts and mini-games and a hard rock soundtrack.<br /> <br /> The game follows the traditional rules of tennis and adds the unique humor and special features common to the series including player fights, exploding balls, changing weather, character improvements, outfits and other accessories.<br /> <br /> There are 6 game modes including: Exhibition, Tour (50 Tour Matches - Singles, Doubles &amp; Canadian Doubles mixed), Random Play, Drills and Network play. Special matches include Classic, Hot Potato, Casino, Baseball, Football, Pinball and Ping Pong which are similar in nature to the other games in the series.</p> Sports Metal Slug 3 <img style="float:right" src=";collec=0&amp;img=Metal_Slug_3_4.jpg&amp;x=1000&amp;y=120" /> <ul> <li>Platform : Xbox</li> <li>Editor : Ignition Entertainment Ltd.</li> <li>Developer : SNK Corporation</li> <li>Players : Offline: 1-2 Players</li> <li>Release Date : 05.11.2004</li> </ul> <p>In the third installment of the Metal Slug series, General Morden is back and he plans to establish a new world order. You guide one of the heroes: Marco, Tarma, Eri or Fio as they blast their way through sidescrolling levels with a unique theme, filled with countless enemies and difficult bosses. You have to free hostages and you can ride bizarre vehicles such as camels, elephants, tanks and robots.<br /> <br /> In the Xbox version, additional game modes, such as Storming the Mothership and Chubby Isle Paradiso, can be unlocked upon completing the five arcade stages. A co-op mode has been included, but no online multiplayer. The only Xbox Live feature available allows you to compare singleplayer scores.</p> Action Scooby Doo!: Mystery Mayhem <img style="float:right" src=";collec=0&amp;img=&amp;x=1000&amp;y=120" /> <ul> <li>Platform : PlayStation 2</li> <li>Editor : THQ Inc.</li> <li>Developer : Artificial Mind &amp; Movement</li> <li>Players : 1</li> <li>Release Date : 02.03.2004</li> </ul> <p>The gang is at it again! This time, Mystery Inc. must stop an evil business tycoon who has used a device called the Tome of Doom and release monsters from another dimension to distract the gang from what is going on. They must grab the Tome and send the monsters back to where they came before it's too late.<br /> <br /> The player takes control of Shaggy and Scooby with the ability to switch between the two, each with their own special abilities to set traps and capture monsters, and wearing disguises to sneak past them as well. The gameplay is mostly consisted of puzzle-solving (i.e. moving objects into certain spots to open doors) and players can explore a movie set, The Wild West, a bayou and a laboratory.<br /> <br /> Features the actual voices of the Scooby Doo cartoons and features artwork and stills of the shows.</p> Action / Adventure Peter Jackson's King Kong: The Official Game of the Movie <img style="float:right" src=";collec=0&amp;img=Peter_Jackson_s_King_Kong__The_Official_Game_of_the_Movie_2.jpg&amp;x=1000&amp;y=120" /> <ul> <li>Platform : PlayStation 2</li> <li>Editor : Ubisoft Entertainment SA</li> <li>Developer : Ubisoft Montpellier Studios</li> <li>Players : Offline: 1</li> <li>Release Date : 17.11.2005</li> </ul> <p>Jack Driscoll, scriptwriter, follows director Carl Dernham and actress Ann Darrow to Skull Island where Dernham intends to film his next movie. But primeval creatures await them: giant insects, dinosaurs, and King Kong. Based on Peter Jackson's 2005 remake, King Kong lets you play as Jack Driscoll and Kong himself.<br /> <br /> Jack's levels are HUDless FPS levels set on Skull Island. Jack must use a variety of weapons, traps, and fire to kill or repel Skull Island's fauna. Kong's levels are third-person brawlers set on Skull Island and New York City, where Kong must puzzle his way through environmental obstacles and thrash his opponents.</p> Action NBA in the Zone 2000 (Cart Only) <img style="float:right" src=";collec=0&amp;img=&amp;x=1000&amp;y=120" /> <ul> <li>Platform : Nintendo 64</li> <li>Editor : Konami Corporation</li> <li>Developer : Konami OSA Ltd.</li> <li>Players : 1-4 Players</li> <li>Release Date : 23.02.2000</li> </ul> <p>The third in the In the Zone titles features all the usual options you come to expect from an NBA simulation title, including Season, Exhibition, Playoff, All-Star, Slam Dunk and three point shoot-out contests.<br /> <br /> Fully licensed, the game features all the latest players, stats and teams from the NBA 99/2000 season, plus the icon-passing and on the fly play calling for a complete basketball game. Commentary again features the voice of Ray Clay.</p> Sports 1080° Snowboarding (Cart Only) <img style="float:right" src=";collec=0&amp;img=1080__Snowboarding_2.jpg&amp;x=1000&amp;y=120" /> <ul> <li>Platform : Nintendo 64</li> <li>Editor : Nintendo of Europe GmbH</li> <li>Developer : Nintendo EAD</li> <li>Players : 1-2 Players</li> <li>Release Date : 09.10.1998</li> </ul> <p>1080° Snowboarding is a snowboard racing game for the Nintendo 64. In this game the player will find more than 6 downhill slopes and several characters to choose from. After choosing a character and a board, the player can compete in a variety of events:<br /> <br /> Match Race: Race head-to-head against a computer controlled opponent.<br /> Time Attack: Try to beat a previous best time down a slope.<br /> Trick Attack: Try to get the best trick score on a slope.<br /> Contest: Race for the best time down a slalom route.<br /> 2P Vs.: Race against a friend.<br /> Practice: Practice tricks in a half pipe or jump slope.</p> Sports Donkey Kong Country (Cart Only) <img style="float:right" src=";collec=0&amp;img=Donkey_Kong_Country_0.jpg&amp;x=1000&amp;y=120" /> <ul> <li>Platform : SNES</li> <li>Editor : Nintendo of Europe GmbH</li> <li>Developer : Rare Ltd.</li> <li>Players : 1-2 Players</li> <li>Release Date : 1994</li> </ul> <p>King K. Rool has stolen Donkey Kong's banana stash, and Donkey Kong needs your help to get them back. In search of K. Rool, the Kremling horde impedes your progress. Kremlings, crocodile-like creatures, include Kritters (they succumb to a simple jump on the head), Krushas (they are virtually indestructible), and others. There are also other enemies that block your path, such as beavers, snakes, vultures. Leading them are dastardly bosses, including Very Gnawty, Necky, Bumble B, and Dumb Drum, and they all bar the way with their own special blend of villainy.<br /> <br /> Donkey Kong is joined by Diddy Kong: these two primates differ significantly. For example, Donkey Kong is generally stronger; he can destroy most enemies with a single jump and can lift barrels straight over his head to throw them farther. On the other hand, Diddy is faster and not as strong as Donkey; he can run really fast and do cartwheels. Diddy carries barrels in front of him, creating a shield against frontal attacks.<br /> <br /> The game is split into different worlds, which are split into different levels. Each level contains bonus areas, where one can collect bananas, medallions, and lives. At the end of each world is a boss, which is usually a larger version of a minor enemy.</p> Action Super Mario All-Stars (Cart Only) <img style="float:right" src=";collec=0&amp;img=Super_Mario_All-Stars_0.jpg&amp;x=1000&amp;y=120" /> <ul> <li>Platform : SNES</li> <li>Editor : Nintendo of Europe GmbH</li> <li>Developer : Nintendo Co., Ltd.</li> <li>Players : 1-2 Players</li> <li>Release Date : 1993</li> </ul> <p>Super Mario All-Stars is a collection of previously released Super Mario NES platform games. Each title is presented with its original gameplay and level design, but has been given a makeover in the graphics and sound department. A save option has been added allowing players to store the session data.<br /> <br /> Included in Super Mario All-Stars are the following games:Super Mario Bros.: Mario and Luigi must rescue the Princess and the Mushroom Retainers from the evil King Bowser.<br /> <br /> Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels: known as Super Mario Bros. 2 in Japan, this game features the same style of gameplay as the original Super Mario Bros. The game contains poison mushrooms, which will shrink or kill Mario, and new and old enemies, such as Flying Bloopers.<br /> <br /> Super Mario Bros. 2: also known as Super Mario USA in Japan, Mario and friends discover a mysterious land, called Subcon, that is being destroyed by Wart and his minions. They must rescue this strange land from the tyrant.<br /> <br /> Super Mario Bros. 3: Bowser, with the help of his Koopalings, takes over the Mushroom Kingdom's 7 lands and turns their kings into creatures. It's now up to Mario and Luigi to save the Mushroom Kingdom</p> Action Sonic Adventure DX: Director's Cut <img style="float:right" src=";collec=0&amp;img=Sonic_Adventure_DX__Director_s_Cut_0.jpg&amp;x=1000&amp;y=120" /> <ul> <li>Platform : GameCube</li> <li>Editor : SEGA Europe Ltd.</li> <li>Developer : Sonic Team</li> <li>Players : Offline: 1</li> <li>Release Date : 27.06.2003</li> </ul> <p>An updated version of the Sega Dreamcast hit Sonic Adventure, the first appearance of Sonic and the crew in a full 3D action title.<br /> <br /> Once again Sonic is up against Dr. Eggman, who had teamed up with Chaos for the ultimate opportunity to take over the world. Tails, Knuckles and Amy join in on the action, along with a host of new characters and enemies.<br /> <br /> The GameCube version includes a brand new mission mode, a new Chaos Garden link up mode to the Game Boy Advance, and a host of mini-games including appearances of classic Game Gear Sonic adventures such as Tails' Skypatrol.</p> Action Mario Party 5 <img style="float:right" src=";collec=0&amp;img=Mario_Party_5_0.jpg&amp;x=1000&amp;y=120" /> <ul> <li>Platform : GameCube</li> <li>Editor : Nintendo of Europe GmbH</li> <li>Developer : Hudson Soft Company, Ltd.</li> <li>Players : Offline: 1-4 Players</li> <li>Release Date : 05.12.2003</li> </ul> <p>This is the fifth entry in the Mario Party series and features similar gameplay as its predecessors. Up to four players compete on one of six game boards in an attempt to collect the most stars by the end of the game. Stars are placed one at a time on the game board, and the first player to reach a star may purchase it for coins. Coins can be earned by landing on certain spots on the game board, by winning the mini games which take place between turns, and occasionally by landing on an event space. Mario Party 5 features over 70 new mini games, features new characters you can play as (such as Toad or Boo ghost), and new bonuses can be found to help you out or bring misfortune. In addition to the standard party mode, several other game variations are included: story mode where one player competes against Bowser and the Koopa Kids, mini game mode where you can play any of the unlocked mini games, and super duel mode where two players can battle each other.</p> Action / Strategy FantaVision <img style="float:right" src=";collec=0&amp;img=FantaVision_0.jpg&amp;x=1000&amp;y=120" /> <ul> <li>Platform : PlayStation 2</li> <li>Editor : Sony Computer Entertainment Europe Ltd.</li> <li>Developer : Sony Computer Entertainment Incorporated</li> <li>Players : Offline: 1-2 Players</li> <li>Release Date : 24.11.2000</li> </ul> <p>Fireworks are launching across a city's skyline. In this puzzle game, you must connect them quickly to have them explode. Earn more points for detonating more fireworks at the same time. You can also work against another player to see who can gain the most points. Be careful, as control of the screen can shift and one player could be left with few fireworks to explode.</p> Strategy R-Type Final <img style="float:right" src=";collec=0&amp;img=R-Type_Final_0.jpg&amp;x=1000&amp;y=120" /> <ul> <li>Platform : PlayStation 2</li> <li>Editor : Metro3D, Inc.</li> <li>Developer : Irem Software Engineering, Inc.</li> <li>Players : Offline: 1</li> <li>Release Date : 26.03.2004</li> </ul> <p>In R-Type Final, your enemy is the Bydo, an evil (and living) weapon capable of reproducing itself. Humanity has fought the Bydo four times so far, and each time was victorious. However, each time the Bydo appears it is stronger than before, and now it's back and you need to destroy it again! Like other games in the R-Type Series, the game is a scrolling shooter where you need to guide a spaceship through various stages and destroy the many enemies (including very large end of level bosses). The game features a large variety of spaceships (over 100!) to choose from, each with varying capabilities. Regardless of which ship you choose, you begin the game with limited firepower; you can fire a basic weapon, or hold down a button to charge up and fire a more powerful burst. Occasionally power ups will appear on the screen; collect these to equip your ship with additional weapons, including a variety of lasers, missiles, and other useful items. In addition to the normal game, an AI VS mode is also included. In this mode, you can set up one of your available fighters to be controlled by the computer and then fight it to see who wins in various battles.</p> Action Gregory Horror Show <img style="float:right" src=";collec=0&amp;img=Gregory_Horror_Show_0.jpg&amp;x=1000&amp;y=120" /> <ul> <li>Platform : PlayStation 2</li> <li>Editor : CE Europe Ltd.</li> <li>Developer : Capcom Co., Ltd.</li> <li>Players : Offline: 1</li> <li>Release Date : 05.12.2003</li> </ul> <p>Escape Gregory's mansion before he steals your soul in this anime-based adventure from Capcom.<br /> <br /> You have to run around a spooky hotel collecting all the Lost Souls. However, the guests have stolen the souls and aren't going to give them back willingly. To steal those souls back, you've gotta have cunning. Peek through keyholes and listen to the guests' insane mumblings. Find out their weak point and then use it against them to win the soul. Once you steal a soul off a guest, that guest will chase you. If he/she catches you, you will be put through a &quot;horror show&quot; where the guest tortures you and makes it look like a show!</p> Action / Adventure Disney Golf <img style="float:right" src=";collec=0&amp;img=&amp;x=1000&amp;y=120" /> <ul> <li>Platform : PlayStation 2</li> <li>Editor : Teesoft</li> <li>Developer : Disney Interactive</li> <li>Players : 1</li> <li>Release Date : 2002</li> </ul> <p>-</p> Sports Godzilla: Unleashed <img style="float:right" src=";collec=0&amp;img=Godzilla__Unleashed_0.jpg&amp;x=1000&amp;y=120" /> <ul> <li>Platform : PlayStation 2</li> <li>Editor : Atari, Inc.</li> <li>Developer : Pipeworks Software, Inc.</li> <li>Players : Offline: 1-2 Players</li> <li>Release Date : 20.11.2007</li> </ul> <p>Godzilla: Unleashed is a fighting game featuring 23 of the classic Toho monsters from the past, including some brand new ones and the games namesake as well, Godzilla. Players will fight against each other in eight destructible cities, letting the player destroy everything from skyscrapers to small buildings and pick up power-ups from causing the destruction.<br /> <br /> The storyline is different from others, a non-linear one which constantly changes depending upon the decisions the player makes before, during and after battles. The Wii's gameplay uses the Wii Remote and Nunchuk and can support up to four-players, while the PS2 version only features two player simultaneous play.</p> Action