20 Games Like Mario & Sonic at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games()
Compete with Mario, Sonic and all your favorite characters in Rio de Janeiro, host of the Olympic Games in 2016. Gear up for the competition, and see if you’ve got what it takes to compete with the best in events like Soccer, Rugby and Beach Volleyball.
58 / 10022.9
A mobile game made to promote Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games. This mobile port only features the playable characters from the Sonic the Hedgehog series. The game was released on iOS devices, and later removed because of the poor quality.
Bowl like a pro or go for that home run...
Experience Tennis, Baseball, Golf, Bowling and Boxing as you never did before. Thanks to the Wii Remote, each sport will be immediately familiar and easy to play. And, when you feel ready, challenge your friends and family: everybody will be in for some serious Wii Sports fun!
77 / 100553.85
NHL 96 was the first EA Sports game to feature Virtual Stadium technology, which resulted in a 3D feel and multiple camera angles. The NHL license ensures that real teams and players of the era are included, with a full league and playoff system. Many game options can be toggled - the infamous fighting is option, as are the penalties and offsides. The control system makes it possible to execute one-touch passes, and several special trick moves to quickly advance the ball. As a bonus feature, it included 'Hockey Card' profiles of every player on CD, and interviews with the stars of the game.
NFL Head Coach is a National Football League video game that was released on June 20, 2006 for the PlayStation 2, Xbox and PC. The game allows the player to control an NFL team and become the greatest coach in NFL history. It features then-Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Bill Cowher on the cover.
Madden NFL Football for 3DS offers a unique handheld experience with authentic 11-on-11 football, 5-on-5 action and Season Mode. Additional features jump off the screen with 3D graphics, such as "Spotlight Moments" and "Call Your Shots".
Madden NFL Football brings each of the 32 NFL teams and stadiums to life with a presentation optimized for viewing in 3D, including 3D specific cameras that provide new levels of depth, making Madden NFL Football the perfect on-the-go game for every football fan. And with three types of play calling -- GameFlow, Classic, and Arcade, Madden NFL Football provides an enjoyable experience for gamers of all skill levels.
80 / 10004.0
The 2004 edition of Madden NFL Football includes several changes from the previous year. Madden 2004 on the Game Boy Advance features a complete list of NFL players and teams with statistics tracking. Multiple play modes include regular season, playoffs, and exhibition play.
Create-a-player mode allows for the creation of a custom NFL player, which can be traded during a season. Newest addition to Madden NFL 2004 on the GBA is the option to connect to the Nintendo GameCube, which unlocks various game additions in the GameCube version of Madden 2004. Link play allows two players to go head-to-head.
Force the action on defense in MADDEN NFL 2005. New defensive tools allow you to make more plays and be in on all of the action. The all-new Hit Stick lets you lay the big hit to turn the momentum of the game in your favor. With the new Storyline Central, you get the inside scoop around the league from radio host Tony Bruno, along with local and national newspapers, to help you make critical franchise decisions. With groundbreaking graphics that capture the real stadium experience, Madden NFL 2005 continues its 15-year tradition of video game innovation.
#1 for a reason! Return to glory: Relive the golden days of 16-bit Madden gameplay in Madden Classic mode. Kick off the season with the newest NFL team: Take the field with all 32 NFL teams including the expansion Houston Texans. A game within a game: Run or defend an improved 2-Minute Drill, now featuring Head-To-Head Challenge. Bang-Boom-Pow: Perfect the X's and O's with the help of John Madden in Training mode.
Set off on a journey to a tropical island where an array of fun activities await. In Wii Sports Resort, the sequel to the engaging Wii Sports, you'll discover a wide range of new sports and activities you can play anytime. Go head-to-head with your friends and family in the ultimate sports showdown set in a tropical paradise.
In Wii Sports Resort, you'll use your Wii Remote to literally swing into action. Perform realistic sports moves to take on the competition in activities that include Sword Play, Power Cruising (racing a water scooter) and Disc Dog, in which you'll toss a disc to an adorable, Mii-like dog. Become even more immersed in the action courtesy of the included Wii MotionPlus accessory, which attaches to your Wii Remote to provide even greater responsiveness and precision. With the game's easy-to-use controls, anyone can pick up a Wii Remote and leap into the game to experience all the heated competition and hilarity.
Key Game Features:
-Engage in a wide range of exciting activities, including Sword Play, Power Cruising, and Disc Dog
-Savor the escapism of the game's tropical island theme
-Jump easily into the game no matter what your experience level thanks to easy pick-up-and-play controls
-Compete against friends and family in thrilling sports showdowns
78 / 100203.9
NHL '95 was EA Sports' third licensed ice hockey game, promising the fastest action in the series to date. The action is viewed top-down, and can be played with or without realistic penalties. There is a full season mode, allowing you to guide a team through all 84 matches, with the option of injuries potentially putting players out of a sequence of matches. You have full control over trading and creating players for your squad. New in-game moves include dummy shots and lie-down blocks.
In NHL 2001, there are five primary game modes: exhibition, season (where players can take a team through a full season and act as the team's general manager), tournament (involving up to 16 teams), playoffs (also a 16 team format), and shootout (where gamers play out the tie breaker format used in international hockey). Outside of the season and playoff modes, NHL 2001 allows gamers to use a total of 18 international teams and four all-star teams.
Several new features have been added to the mix including "Big Hit" and "Big Shot" buttons for enhanced gameplay. Also new to gameplay is "The Momentum Meter," where a team's performance is affected by the game's momentum. Finally, similar to the Madden Challenge offered in EA's football title, NHL 2001 offers NHL Challenge Mode. Here, players are rewarded points for achieving certain tasks during gameplay. These points can then be used to enhance the abilities of created players.
70 / 10033.5
FIFA Football 2004, also known as FIFA Soccer 2004 in North America, is a football video game developed by EA Canada and published by Electronic Arts. It was released in October 2003 with the tagline "Create Brilliance".
FIFA Football 2004 is the eleventh game in the FIFA series and the eighth to be in 3D. While not adding much to the engine used in FIFA Football 2003, the biggest new inclusions were secondary divisions, which allow the player to take lower ranked teams to promotion attempts. Gameplay has a new feature dubbed "Off the ball", which allows the control of two players at the same time for greater tactical play. Another key feature was Football Fusion, which allows owners of both FIFA 2004 and Total Club Manager 2004 to play games from the management sim in FIFA. The title sequence was filmed in St James' Park, home of Newcastle United, with the opening song being Kings of Leon's European hit "Red Morning Light".
The cover features Alessandro Del Piero of Juventus, Thierry Henry of Arsenal, and Ronaldinho in a Brazil kit.
74 / 100173.7
The game is a street football game in which the player can take control of 4-a-side versions of national football teams in matches where the object is to win by scoring a set amount of goals or points via tricks, or within a time limit. In the career mode "Rule the Streets", one creates a player and competes in tournaments around the world to obtain "Skill Bills" to buy clothing and upgrade his rating. As the player improves, he can captain his own street football team and eventually become an international. The best players have special moves often named after their nickname.
Legends of football such as Abedi Pele, Eric Cantona and Paul Gascoigne are unlockable during the game.
The game has its own in-game radio station, presented by Zane Lowe of BBC Radio 1 and featuring music by artists such as Roots Manuva, Sway, Pendulum, The Editors and The Subways.