Agetec creates an all new sub-publishing company called A1 Games to release budget titles in America. Racing is among the first games offered from the debut event.
Working Designs returns to its Sega CD days and along with Game Arts releases a remastered version of Lunar: The Silver Star Story – Complete.
Acclaim signs the licensing deal of the year and snags the insanely powerful Full House twins for the Mary-Kate and Ashley – Magical Mystery Mall.
The rhythm game craze shows no signs of stopping as Enix tries to out do the original in Bust A Groove 2. Follow the patterns, and out dance your rival!
Accolade tries their hand at the extreme future sports category that I’m not sure anyone cares about. Pitball brings more future and more balls.
Pitfall 3D: Beyond the Jungle renews the adventures of Activision’s cornerstone character – Pitfall Harry. Take on the insides of mountains and caverns.
The game that launched survival horror into the mainstream returns with Resident Evil: Director’s Cut filled with new modes and features.
Namco’s dominance on the PlayStation shifts into overdrive as Ridge Racer Revolution, adding more tracks, more music, and more.
Eidos and Core unleash the boogieman on game players across the United States with Swagman. An interesting take on the lore from Europe.
Bullfrog and Electronic Arts jump back into the doom and gloom of a futuristic world in Syndicate Wars – allowing up to 4 people to play.