Ascii releases a Japanese First-Person RPG to the Americas, taking a bold new step in console exploration with King’s Field.
Kileak: The DNA Imperative is the American release of a relatively Japanese sub-genre – mech corridor shooter – that tries hard to be likable.
Taito’s long lost shooter may as well have been left behind. Jupiter Strike is a tired, literally sleep inducing game that can finish itself.
One of the most joyfully original platformers storms onto the PlayStation with Jumping Flash. Drive a robotic rabbit around gleefully designed levels.
US Gold unleashes a peculiar mascot that may or may not have what it takes to truly rock n’ roll. Johnny Bazookatone is a rough musical score.
Konami banks on an arcade favorite to transport their realistic sports series into the next generation with International Track & Field.
In The Hunt is one of the best arcade games of its era, and shockingly the PlayStation version is better than the Saturn release.
Bullfrog publishes a Hi-Octane, a racing game that is a bit hard to follow, and faces stiff competition from the likes of Wipeout and CyberSpeed.
Hardball 5 brings yet another PC fan favorite to the PlayStation. With this kind of support, PlayStation’s sport genre is going to have a nice shelf life.
Micro Prose wanders into the PlayStation console territory with their helicopter game Gunship. It’s an arcade style hunt in a world of simuations.