Today the Living History Project – The Three Stooges re-releases from an old computer and NES game from yesteryear.
Today in the Living History Project is the Disney Action Games Collector’s Edition – rereleasing Tigger, Tarzan, and Bug’s Life.
Sesame Street Workshop Twin Pack closes out the Living History Project for 2003, reprinting Elmo’s Numbers and Letters games.
XS Games releases Sorcerer’s Maze to the PlayStation. It’s a Breakout/Arkanoid clone that has had soem features removed in the American copy.
Ultimate Brain Games from Telegames lets fans and newcomers alike to play classic board games like chess and checkers.
Today in the Living History Project ATV Racers and Ballerburg: Castle Chaos start off December 2003’s first week of releases.
Back from the arcades and retro game systems comes Qix Neo, adding new visual details to the classic quick-wits game.
Dora The Explorer: Barnyard Buddies gives the younger gamers in the house a fun adventure to lose themselves in by locating lost animals.
XS Junior League Football is another $9.99 budget release that clearly looks like it costs $9.99. Maybe pass on this one…
Vivendi Universal sneaks in the final Barbie game for the little ones with Barbie: Gotta Have Games – a mini-game compilation.