Sony’s sports legacy on ice begins with NHL Face Off. It would begin one of the longer running series under their publishing belt.
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.
NBA Shoot Out represents Sony’s franchise play into the basketball genre on their home court advantage. The good news is it’s darn good.
Mortal Kombat 3 takes all the success and brilliance of Mortal Kombat II and throws it all in the nearest pit. The start of the dark age for the series…
Bullfrog brings another PC Game to the PlayStation stable with Magic Carpet – an action adventure game that takes place atop a..well…magic carpet.
Interplay quite literally lets the Gremlin (team) loose on the the PlayStation, providing Loaded, ultra violent take on the Gauntlet / Smash TV game play.
Ascii releases a Japanese First-Person RPG to the Americas, taking a bold new step in console exploration with King’s Field.
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.