SNK brings the Samurai Shodown characters into the 3D realm for the first time on console. A sequel to their little seen Neo Geo 64 arcade game.
Infogrames keeps the racing history alive with Test Drive Le Mans, an officially licensed Le Mans product that expands Test Drive’s legacy.
Sony continues to expand it’s First Party publishing portfolio with Funcom’s Speed Punks, a mascot kart racing game that gleefully takes the low road.
Interplay collaborates with Caesars Palace to create the third in the PlayStation series. The manual doubles as a Gaming Handbook.
Game-Rave.com presents Romance of the Three Kingdoms VI: Awakening of the Dragon, the final Romance game on the Western PlayStation.
Eagle One Harrier Attack takes a different view with it’s dog-fighting, placing players above the great islands of Hawaii inside a Harrier Jet.
Jaleco comes around once again to release Vanark, an on-rails shooter that provides weapon variety and allows for a virtual wing-man.
LucasArts brings home Star Wars Episode I: Jedi Power Battles, allowing players to take on the roles of Obi Won, Mace Windu, and Qui-Gon.
Galerians from Crave Entertainment brings the Japanese survival horror three-disc game home to Westerners. Can you survive the madness?
The Flintstones: Bedrock Bowling isn’t a true bowling game, instead taking a weird downhill slalom approach to the sport, and I don’t know if that’s good.