With a corporation-takes-over-the-world-style plot, Bet on Soldier allows players to do exactly what it promises with its title - that is, bet on the outcome of encounters with specific enemies. Before entering battle, players can wager on which particular enemy soldiers they are going to kill. When they encounter this enemy in the game, a duel will take place. Depending on the outcome, the player will either lose his stake or win a prize calculated according to his opponent's rank, his initial stake, and the length of time it took to win. Accrued credits can be used to upgrade the player's character, in order to challenge progressively tougher opponents (thanks NoFrag).
EuroCops puts you in command of a small squad of elite cops, sort of like a cross between SWAT and FBI, but on a European scale. There was a TV series in the late '80s named EuroCops (with music from Miami Vice composer Jan Hammer), and Britain, at one point or other, trained EuroCops at its Hertfordshire base (Rainbow Six anybody?).
King of Ovals adds three new fictional tracks in the style of American oval circuits to the existing selection of tracks in GTR. Oval racing in a GT car is a unique challenge, and provides the player with an interesting variation from the FIA-GT seasonal circuits. Each of the new tracks is designed to present the player with a different characteristic of oval racing, and the AI behavior is adjusted to suit the new conditions and keep the player challenged.