LucasArts brings home Star Wars Episode I: Jedi Power Battles, allowing players to take on the roles of Obi Won, Mace Windu, and Qui-Gon.
Sony’s country-hopping special agent Gabe Logan returns with his partner Lian in Syphon Filter 2, 989 Studios follow-up to the original.
EA Sports returns once again to the diamond with Triple Play 2001, allowing players to use baseball legends like Babe Ruth and Willie Mays.
THQ’s WWF Smackdown! release in March 2000 solidified developer Yuke’s place in history as one of the best tag-teams in gaming history.
Adrenaline Entertainment makes a saving throw in a genre filled of poor quality games or good games with no sense of physics. Ten Pin Alley was and still is a great bowling game.
Accolade and Elite take on a very different set of wheels with Test Drive Off-Road. Take on some of the most famous 1990’s trucks and SUVs.
The extremely popular PC racing game series Test Drive comes home to the PlayStation with Test Drive 4 adding another racing game to the stack.
Jaleco returns to the PlayStation with their version of the immortal Tetris – this time known as Tetris Plus. New modes include Edit and Puzzle.
ASC Games brings Gremlin Interactive’s TNN Motorsports Hardcore 4×4 to the PlayStation with the usual racing game flair and attractions.
Polyphony Digital and Sony return to the race track to with a follow-up to the ground-breaking racing simulator – Gran Turismo 2 – but there’s a bug…