The PlayStation 2 is the best-selling console of all-time and one where the list of great games is too many to list in just one sitting. As far as Sports games go, the list of forgotten, under-appreciated and underrated titles is a mile long. Check out this handful of sports titles on the system you have to play, soon.

Legends of Wrestling: Showdown: With the WWE games and Def Jam titles getting so much attention and the middling reviews of the first two games in the series, this one never had a chance. A rushed development cycle made it a bit glitchy, but it features one of the best rosters in a wrestling game, period. It’s also fun to play and has a ton of great features.

Tony Hawk Downhill Jam: Not your typical Tony Hawk game, this one was better on the Wii with motion controls, but it’s a fun one that is perfect to get younger gamers into the series.

Aggressive Inline: A wonderful game that never got the recognition it deserved. Essentially Tony Hawk on roller blades, it’s a blast.

NHL FaceOff 2003: The last game of the one-time king of hockey games, it features the best visuals of the series to date and was a solid game that was overshadowed by a trio of great games in 2003 in the NHL, NHL Hitz and NHL 2K franchises.

High Heat Baseball 2002:  3DO made its name with simple and accessible adventure titles, but this was a deep and intuitive baseball experience that may have been the best on the console.

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Patrick Hickey, Jr., is the founder and editor-in-chief of and a lecturer of English and journalism at Kingsborough Community College, in Brooklyn, New York. Over the past decade, his video game coverage has been featured in national ad campaigns by top publishers the likes of Nintendo, Deep Silver, Disney and EA Sports. His book series, "The Minds Behind the Games: Interviews With Cult and Classic Game Developers," from McFarland and Company, has earned praise from Forbes, Huffington Post, The New York Daily News and MSG Networks. He is also a former editor at NBC and National Video Games Writer at the