Probably the most advanced looking title out of the Jaguar’s early releases, stomp tanks and smash buildings as a 42 foot tall armed mech.
U.S. Gold’s loose, arcadey version of football is about as frantic as a sackful of pissed cats.
One of the Jaguar’s last games, Supercross tries to join the 3D revolution, but misses a jump or two.
Arcade rally racing for Atari’s neglected console. Maybe not what the Jaguar needed, but a fun time nonetheless.
1996’s vision of Eugene Jarvis’ Defender for the new millennium. One of the last of the Jaguar’s official releases.
Jaguar-exclusive wintry racer. Grab your skis (or board) and head down the courses at France’s Val d’Isère resort.