Spider – The Video Game takes players on a super small action game with cybernetic weapons strapped to their spider-sized bodies.
Sony brings Todd McFarlane’s Not-Spider-Man-in-Dr.-Strange’s-Cape moody super hero to their home console with Spawn The Eternal.
Acclaim keeps the Jam licence alive with a video game based on the animated and live action movie Space Jam. Dunk over Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck.
The Creators of the ‘Strike’ Series on the Genesis and Super NES hit the PlayStation with everything they have in Soviet Strike.
Namco pushes the PlayStation farther than ever with an incredible arcade conversion of Soul Edge, now known in the states as Soul Blade.
XS Games continues the budget game releases in 2003 with Sorcerer’s Maze, a arcade-puzzle game with over 100 stages to run through.
MTV and Viacom try to weasel their way into the PlayStation fandom with SlamScape, a futuristic and confusing game that quietly died at retail.
Midway tries their hand at the remastering genre with one of the great arcade games of its time with the release of Robotron X.
Robo Pit is a curious release from Kokopeli. It’s almost like an Armored Core for kids, but with enough pieces to make even an adult take interest.
EA brings Road Rash into the 3rd Dimension by sacrificing Player 2 with Road Rash 3D. New music, new weapons, one less challenger.