Die Hard Trilogy 2
packs 3 different modes of play into 1 CD. There's Movie Mode, which is a 3rd person action/adventure with some FPS rail shooting and wild driving thrown in to further the storyline. Then there's the Arcade Mode, where you can take on different types of play individually (with little to no unfolding storyline present). In Arcade, you can choose 3rd Person, Sharpshooting or Extreme Driving. 3rd Person and Sharpshooting are a blast, but I found that Extreme Driving left a little bit to be desired. The control on Extreme Driving was just not as tight as I would have liked it to be, but it was still a good bit of fun. There's also a Practice Mode to brush up on your individual skills.
As John McLane, you'll find yourself thrown into the middle of a full-blown prison riot, when all you wanted to do was attend a formal. Note to self: Don't go to formal parties at maximum security prisons. Personally, I chose to shoot everything in the hopes of power-ups and weapons upgrades. A disturbing reflection on my personality is the fact that I cannot help but to fry the guard strapped into the electric chair every time. But he won't even talk to me, so it's his own fault. ;)