Sony’s commitment to the PlayStation in terms of software is 2nd to none – NFL Game Day begins their sports franchise legacy.
Electronic Arts answers the call for shiny four-wheeled fun with the Need for Speed.Real life cars you could never afford can be driven.
Interplay quite literally lets the Gremlin (team) loose on the the PlayStation, providing Loaded, ultra violent take on the Gauntlet / Smash TV game play.
Launch Day arrives and we’re given some Extreme things to do.
Grand Theft Auto is a rough game wrapped around ridiculous concepts in an open world that was created before open worlds were a thing.
Acclaim tries to take on EA Sports by using wrestling as their featured sporting event. WWF War Zone isn’t the best game out there, but it has its moments.
The game that invented the First Person Shooter genre Doom returns in a somewhat Director’s Cut edition for the PlayStation.
Reflections brings their chaotic racer Destruction Derby to PlayStation, and you’ll never look at flying car parts in the same way again.
Battle Arena Toshinden is the 3D fighter that launched the 3D fighter console revolution where Saturn’s Virtua Fighter could not.
Fox Interactive’s nod to the Ripley escapades may not be original, but it’s damn fun.