Sony and Psygnosis return to the hover tracks with Wipeout XL, the sequel to one of the best new IPs on the PlayStation.
EA Sports decides to expand on their FIFA Soccer series with World Cup 98, where you get to play then all 32 qualifying teams.
Team 17 and Ocean drop one of the most beloved and fan-favorite games in the PlayStation’s history, Worms. Blow up fish food, go ahead.
Acclaim continues their trend of shamelessly trying to profit off of other companies games they’ve ported with WWF In Your House.
THQ’s wrestling empire continues to grow exponentially, with WWF Smackdown 2 being another great entry into the PlayStation’s wrestling genre.
Super late to the party, and released by Acclaim of all companies, Capcom’s X-Men: Children of the Atom finally comes home to the PlayStation.
Paradox and Activision pick up the fighting game mantle from Capcom, but this time taking it to 3D with X-Men: Mutant Academy.
Capcom of America abandons the Sega Saturn 4 Meg Ram Cart in Japan to publish their “EX” Versus Editions on the PlayStation.
Namco’s arcade classic Xevious comes home in Xevious 3D / G+, which provides an all new remaster vision of the space warfare.
XS Games and Wahoo Studios publish XS Junior League Soccer to the PlayStation, but there is something awfully familiar with it.