Hard Ball 99 brings the famous computer series of baseball games back to the PlayStation console, but the series’ future hangs on this release.
Thunder Force V drags the cult favorite spaceship shooter from the Super Nintendo and the Genesis into the PlayStation’s home turf.
Activision goes back to the Atari well with a 3D refresh of one of the most beloved arcade games of all time, Asteroids. Rock on!
NBA Live 99 once more brings together the NBA’s biggest and brightest players with newly added features to the yearly iteration. Includes new dunks and play modes.
Atlus releases their next deeply Japanese Role Playing Game with Brigindine for the PlayStation. A deep tactical game with 3D and 2D graphics.
Square once again drops an excellent Role Playing Game on the PlayStation with Brave Fencer Musashi. The golden era of JRPGs is clearly here.
Atlus brings Arc System Works’ incredible 2D fighter Guilty Gear to America, with excellent animation, special effects and an all new Instant Kill.
Radical Entertainment lets loose with another snowboarding game for the PlayStation, with two eyebrow raising facts: EA’s name is hidden on the packaging, and you can actually continue snowboarding out of bounds.
Psygnosis publishes another game that isn’t the next Wipeout with Psybadek, a hoverboard racing game whose box copy tries way too hard to be cool.
Resident Evil 2 was one of the most anticipated game releases mired in controversial development hell. It has since become one of the most beloved sequels.