A scrappy, if someone pale and thin hero emerges from Sony’s in-house developers, with Medievil making it out in time just for Halloween.
Gremlin and Fox Interactive take remote controlled cars for a spin with Team Losi RC Racer.Team Losi is a popular brand of remote controlled cars.
Beyblade comes to the PlayStation in support of the toy line and cartoon show, but there’s too many issues for the game to come out on “top.”
Duke Nukem: Time to Kill returns the FPS man’s man to his 3rd person roots, but now from the back and not the side. Is Duke chasing Lara Croft?
Eidos and Core Interactive try a different genre once again with NInja: Shadow of Darkness. An action arcade game with nice special effects.
Test Drive 5 continues Accolade’s fast paced, muscle car racing game series with all new licenses, tracks, game play modes, and more.
Fantasic Four is the next Marvel superhero to get the Acclaim treatment, but there’s something not quite fantastic about the final game.
In Excalibur 2555 A.D., the legendary sword is thrown hundreds of years into the future, and it must be tracked down before it falls into the wrong hands.
Sony welcomes back another sequel to the stable, this time to their corridor crawler Kileak. Epidemic brings us back to robot filled corridors.
Squaresoft surprises yet again on the PlayStation, stepping away from their role playing game roots for a phenomenal space ship shooter in Einhänder.