Capcom’s game based on the arcade game that was based off the movie that was based off the other arcade game. Street Fighter The Movie is no joke.
Capcom’s Arcade Powerhouse comes home almost perfect. Round 1, FIGHT! Street Fighter Alpha is excellent.
Namco’s giant Full Motion Video Arcade Shooter gets ported home with an extra bell, but not much whistle. Starblade Alpha is still a decent ride.
One of the guiltiest pleasures Atlus ever threw at the PlayStation, all wrapped into the awkward “Robot Corridor” genre – this is Space Griffon VF-9.
Crystal Dynamics takes a shot (3 pointer?) at the basketball genre. Slam n’ Jam 96 is an arcade-like gamer friendly game of hoops.
Playmates brings their action figure toy line to the console world. Skeleton Warriors is a 2D adventure with some interesting animation techniques.
Vic Tokai brings another point-and-click adventure to the PlayStation, this time with the chance of a snake in your boot with Silverload.
Another 3DO title comes home to the PlayStation, only this times it’s a 2-in-1 package. Shockwave Assault is the original game and expansion disc in one.
So you have a tank…and hip hop…and terrorism…oh 90’s gaming…Shellshock comes home to the PlayStation and Sega Saturn.
One of the accessory ports that was abandoned by Sony was the Link Cable – a nifty but cumbersome way to get more multi-player options into the system library.