Beyond Good & Evil
Beautiful, Stylish, innovative and somewhere in-between Pokemon Snap, Little Big Adventure and Zelda: we may have trumpeted Beyond Good & Evil so many times that our lips are chapped and swollen, but we're still going to give it another go. It tanked at retail due to its inherent French-ness, lack of guns and over-use of green lipstick, but at one penny short of a tenner you'd be criminally insane not to indulge yourself this time around - especially as it appears at No.46 in our 'Greatest Gaming Moments'. Racing, stealth, puzzling, Jamaican rhinoceroses, hover-boots, a cute dog called Woof, evil alien conspiracies, bizarre wildlife to capture on film - what's not to like? Our only issues with Jade's adventures are that they're too short and unlikely to spawn a sequel due to poor sales.
However, only the hardest of hearts can fail to warm to the plucky citizens of Hillys and their fight against the propaganda and citizen-stealing of the invading Domz. Put simply, this is the perfect budget game and it should shine out if you have limited funds, hungry mouths to feed or a skin-flinted nature. If you're a sucker for things that reviewers call 'magic' or 'wonderful', buy it straight away. It's magic and wonderful.
Processor: PC compatible,
OS: Windows 9x, Windows 2000 Windows XP, Vista, Win 7, Win 8, Win 10.
Game Features:Single game mode