Of those listed in Fragantica's DB under this family, I know / have these: Chanel's Egöiste, Christian Lacroix's Tumulte, Ermenegildo Zegna's Z Zegna Extreme, Escada's Casual Friday, Fendi Uomo, Gucci pour Homme, Guerlain Heritage, Guerlain L'Instant, Guerlain Vetiver Extreme, Hermes' Terre d'Hermes, Pierre Cardin pour Homme, La Martina Hombre, Armani Black (Code).
Chanel's Egöiste is unique: there is plenty of information on it so you may look for opinions and reviews in BN's data base. It does have very spicy top notes and a prominent sandalwood dry-down.
Terre d'Hermes can be described as unique too: it did receive many praises and negative criticism here in BN so you might as well check information on it. IMHO, it is a vetiver - prominent scent with a weird cologne-like base note that does not harm the blend at all.
There are resemblances between Gucci pour Homme and Lacroix's Tumulte. I like the last one better than the frst one, but it has been discontinued. Both are linear scents, Tumulte even more than Gucci, though.
Z Zegna Extreme is a bettter version than Armani Code, longer lasting and more complex IMHO.
Escada's Casual Friday is a very sweet blend anaologous to A*Men in spirit, but more wearable. My wife says it is patchouly - prominent. It has been discontinued, so this might rule it out.
Fendi Uomo has been discontinued too; it is a very 1980ish blend, bombastic in its top notes but subdued as time goes bye.
Guerlain L'Instant is a gourmandish woody spicy that is quite nice albeit a close-to-the-skin scent, thus the reason many BNoters prefer its EDP version.
Guerlain Vetiver Extreme has more intense vetiver notes than the regular one, thus being more simple.
Guerlain Heritage and Pierre Cardin pour Homme share some notes, but Heritage's quality tells in its complexity. As far as I remember, Pierre Cardin's vintage formula was different; I cannot help noticing a very animalic note in its top notes that was absent in the original blend. Longevity was also compromised.
La Martina Hombre is somehow a version of the original RL's Polo gone awry, in which the green notes have been amped up.
Old Spice? One of the better ones, indeed.