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2. Call of Duty: Ghosts (2013 Video Game)
M | Action, Adventure, Crime
Ten years after a terrible attack that wipes out part of the population, two brothers must rebel against a federation controlled by a psychotic soldier who once was part of the rebellion called "The Ghosts".
5. Apocalypse (1998 Video Game)
T | Action, Horror, Sci-Fi
Dystopian third person shooter in which a Rambo-like scientist must battle the armies of his demonically possessed mentor who plans to bring about the Apocalypse using the Four Horsemen masked as four powerful people to corrupt the world.
6. Tony Hawk's Pro Skater (1999 Video Game)
T | Action, Family, Sport
Play as Tony Hawk, or nine other pros, and work your way up the ranks by successfully perform and combine aerials, flips, and grinds in competitions. Pro Skater features several modes, such as Career Mode, and multiple multiplayer modes.
7. Tony Hawk's Underground (2003 Video Game)
T | Action, Sport
You and your friend Eric Sparrow are local skaters in New Jersey, discovered by professional skater Chad Muska, he tells you to find a sponsorship. You travel around the world to get noticed and meet other skaters.
14. Guitar Hero 5 (2009 Video Game)
T | Family, Music
Supporting up to four players on a local network, Guitar Hero 5 encourages players to drop-in and drop-out of their 85-strong track-list in a cooperative, competitive, and multi-instrumental gaming experience.
15. Tony Hawk's Project 8 (2006 Video Game)
T | Sport
Tony Hawk creates a team called Project 8 and comprises of eight skaters. The player character starts ranked 200th and by completing challenges and goals, he will improve his ranking constantly.
16. Extreme Skate Adventure (2003 Video Game)
E | Action, Adventure, Family
Gameplay is similar to the Tony Hawk's series in which players skate around each level performing various tricks, using either characters from Toy Story, Tarzan and The Lion King, or with a... See full summary »
17. Guitar Hero: Metallica (2009 Video Game)
Guitar Hero: Metallica is the second game of the Guitar Hero series to focus on the career and songs of one band, with support for lead and bass guitar, drums, and vocals.
20. Guitar Hero: Aerosmith (2008 Video Game)
Expanding from Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock, this game lets players imagine themselves performing their favourite Aerosmith songs, as well as songs from artists that have been influenced by or opened for them.