THQ’s wrestling empire continues to grow exponentially, with WWF Smackdown 2 being another great entry into the PlayStation’s wrestling genre.
Paradox and Activision pick up the fighting game mantle from Capcom, but this time taking it to 3D with X-Men: Mutant Academy.
Capcom’s Alpha series reaches it’s pinnacle home port with the phenomenal Street Fighter Alpha 3, a conversion that defies logic.
Army Men 3D was a strong start to an on-going series by former console company 3DO on their once rival system. A great start to a series mired in problems.
Sony has gone after EA Sports, but now they set their sites on Konami, with Gabe Logan and the Syphon Filter trying to dethrone Metal Gear Solid.
Rugrats: Search for Reptar brings together the cartoon babies in a search for the puzzle pieces of everyone’s favorite TV reptile.
Eidos and Core release Tomb Raider III with new game play, new creatures, and for the first time the ability to select what order you take on the locations.
Another Disney Movie, and another PlayStation game. A Bug’s Life brings viewers down to scale with 15 giant levels to run through.
Activision goes back to the Atari well with a 3D refresh of one of the most beloved arcade games of all time, Asteroids. Rock on!
Resident Evil 2 was one of the most anticipated game releases mired in controversial development hell. It has since become one of the most beloved sequels.