One of the most joyfully original platformers storms onto the PlayStation with Jumping Flash. Drive a robotic rabbit around gleefully designed levels.
US Gold unleashes a peculiar mascot that may or may not have what it takes to truly rock n’ roll. Johnny Bazookatone is a rough musical score.
Konami banks on an arcade favorite to transport their realistic sports series into the next generation with International Track & Field.
In The Hunt is one of the best arcade games of its era, and shockingly the PlayStation version is better than the Saturn release.
Bullfrog publishes a Hi-Octane, a racing game that is a bit hard to follow, and faces stiff competition from the likes of Wipeout and CyberSpeed.
Micro Prose wanders into the PlayStation console territory with their helicopter game Gunship. It’s an arcade style hunt in a world of simuations.
The wacky and sarcastic tongue of Gex hops aboard the 3DO port train to PlayStation, retaining the same mascot fun as the original.
Geom Cube is a Tetris alternative with a different point of view, literally. Look down into the well rather than from it’s side…and hope for the best.
EA Sports brings their tried and true simulation FIFA Soccer 96 to the PlayStation system, but it still feels like a higher resolution Super Nintendo game.
Fade to Black is the sequel to Flashback from the Super Nintendo and Genesis days. While the move to 3D is cool, does it actually improve the game?