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Submitted by vekio on 24 January, 2019 - 18:43

007: NightFire

James Bond 007: Nightfire is a first-person shooter video game featuring the character of the British secret agent James Bond and a sequel to Agent Under Fire, published by Electronic Arts in 2002.

Submitted by vekio on 6 January, 2019 - 12:42

Armed Forces Corp

As a member of a highly trained and heavily armed mercenary group called The Armed Forces Corp, you are to recover precious information located in a skyscraper overrun by well organized terrorists. Just remember, when money is involved... no one can be trusted.

-Use advanced warfare equipment, including night vision goggles, M84 flash bangs or S10 gas mask.

-Experience astonishing graphics, dynamic lighting, breathtaking effects and outstanding AI.

-Use modern firearms and special Ops techniques to quickly and efficiently locate and eliminate the enemy.

Submitted by vekio on 25 November, 2018 - 09:34

Terrorist Takedown 3

Terrorist Takedown 3 is a first-person shooter and an installment in the long-running Terrorist Takedown series. The player takes the role of a member of an anti-terrorist squad and fights against terrorism in Somalia. First, he takes part in the action release of the hijacked ship, and later, he has to kill the terrorist leader. The anti-terrorist members can use various guns and rifles or grenades. Health can be recovered by laying low for a while. During some missions specific items are used such as a Geiger counter.

Submitted by vekio on 20 November, 2018 - 19:38

Terrorist Takedown 2 US Navy Seals

Terrorist Takedown 2: US Navy Seals is yet another installment of the Terrorist Takedown series.

Again the player is drawn into the "War against Terror" in the middle east. This time the story of the game evolves around a hostage situation, which the player and his team has to resolve.

Submitted by WidescreenClassics on 17 November, 2018 - 17:17

Virtua Tennis

Virtua Tennis (Power Smash in Japan) is a 1999 tennis arcade game created by Sega-AM3. The player competes through tennis tournaments in an arcade mode. For the home console market the game was expanded with the introduction of the campaign mode. It was later ported to Dreamcast in 2000, and for Microsoft Windows in 2002. A Game Boy Advance version was also released in 2002.

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