Railroad Tycoon II is the first PlayStation game released under the Gathering of Developers publishing arm, so let’s see if this goes off the rails.
Marvel Vs. Capcom: Clash of the Super Heroes brings another of Capcom’s EX-Edition releases for the PlayStation’s massive fighter library.
Jaleco returns from the shadows with another K-1 game called K-1 Grand Prix, but one wonders if we’ll ever see Bases Loaded again?
Die Hard Trilogy 2: Viva Las Vegas continues the original’s “three-games-in-one” trend but with a different developer in tow.
Acclaim takes on the First Person Shooter genre with Armorines: Project S.W.A.R.M., a pew-pew with a whole lot of bugs to kill.
Superbike 2000 brings EA Sports’ PlayStation catalog to about a billion and a half games available, but honestly, whose counting.
Sony’s break-out surprise hit Tomba pig-rides back into the spotlight with Tomba ! 2: The Evil Swine Return – snag a pig and let’s go!
Electronic Arts tries to return to form with Road Rash Jailbreak – but with a peculiar new angle on who is riding on, and in, the bikes.
Electronic Arts releases another game after only a year? Well, yeah. Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2000 brings the usual changes and updates to the core experience.
Brunswick Circuit Pro Bowling 2 brings THQ and Adrenalin Entertainment lace up the shoes and return to the lanes with more everything.