Sony’s first light gun game arrives in Project: Horned Owl. Using Konami’s Justifier, take back Metro City from hordes of villains.
Namco brings home Time Crisis to the PlayStation, giving arcade junkies and those who like a little plastic pew-pew something to rave about.
Namco’s crazy light gun arcade game gets another shot at the title with Point Blank 2, allowing 8 players to hold round-robin tournaments.
Fox Interactive takes movie license games to an all new high with a 3-pack of games on one disc – making Die Hard Trilogy it’s own instant library.
Midway brings Area 51 home to the PlayStation and Saturn, with the usual gleeful bonuses, hidden rooms, and hilariously bad FMV actors.
The PlayStation is home to some of the best light gun games in the genre, of which has become a memory.
Working Designs snags one of the most beautifully crafted, if brutally hard light gun games for the PlayStation.
Midway’s arcade division goes from war-bringing Terminators to…Steven Tyler? Revolution X is an Aerosmith powered shooter.