Sony creates a unique way to make people buy a Dual Shock, with Ape Escape being a fun romp through a giant play land of gadgets.
Eidos and Core follow-up one of the best selling and genre defining games with Tomb Raider II: Starring Lara Croft. More action, more Lara.
Another year, another game of baseball with EA Sports and Triple Play 98. This would be a major stepping stone for the series.
Twisted Metal 2 brings back SweetTooth and more of the original car combat gang. Take the chaos and explosions around the world.
Activision decides its going to chase Twisted Metal’s crown, but from a more refined era of muscle cars. Vigilante 8 is a two-player car combat game that’s equal parts groovy and explosive.
THQ returns to the ring with the WCW and NWO wrestlers with WCW Nitro. Inland Productions’ includes over 15 of your favorite superstars to play.
THQ unleashes the WCW wrestlers and all their signature moves with WCW Vs The World, an American conversion of the Japanese game Virtual Pro Wrestling.
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.