The house that Silpheed built, Game Arts’ role playing game masterpiece comes from Sony’s first party publishing line among other excellent RPGs.
The late 90’s clings to life before the big 2K as MTV releases MTV Sports: Snowboarding to the PlayStation. With licensed music, as usual.
Electronic Arts just can’t let a celebrity athlete go by without making them wacky. Sure it’s not Shaq-Fu, but CyberTiger also isn’t…real golf.
Bandai takes a break from their other releases to cast Bass Rise out into the retail lakes. With a variety of options it doesn’t seem…fishy.
The truth is out there – Fox Interactive’s The X-Files Game brings players right into the actual trials of Mulder and Scully as they explore the unknown.
The 3DO Company’s continuing act of being a 3rd party developer to their once rival systems produces Vegas Games 2000, a 4-player gambling game.
Jaleco releases Juggernaut – a point and click adventure game where your lover is possessed by a demon, requiring you to take a trip through their soul.
Konami’s well received role playing game from the PlayStation’s early days gets the sequel treatment in Suikoden II. Transfer the original save for bonuses!
Demolition Racer from Infogrames attempts to carry on the legacy left behind by Psygnosis and their Destruction Derby 2 racing game.
Space Invaders, one of the founding fathers of the video game arcade room, gets a fresh coat of paint and some then-modern day gimmicks.