Hasbro takes one of the most beloved and complex board games in history, Risk, and turns into a media driven interactive experience.
Riven: The Sequel to Myst is a whopping 5 CDs on the PlayStation system, turning Myst’s follow-up into the largest single game release on PlayStation.
Gremlin returns with more blood, more senseless violence, and most importantly, bizarre character designs with Reloaded on PlayStation.
Acclaim Brings Over Taito’s High Flying One-One Fighting game Psychic Force to the West. It’s not for everyone, but it’s got a kick.
Konami tries something new with a fresh IP, bathed in the blood of its enemies with Project Overkill. 1 player can choose from 4 characters and let loose.
Sony’s first light gun game arrives in Project: Horned Owl. Using Konami’s Justifier, take back Metro City from hordes of villains.
Another future-sports-where-there-are-no-rules game, this time from Sony’s internal camp with Professional Underground: League of Pain.
Konami takes a hilarious approach to the grade school favorite dodge ball with Poy Poy. Throw rocks, crates, each other and more.
Playmates Interactive comes out of nowhere with one of the most sought after first person shooters on the system, with Powerslave.
Power Moves Pro Wrestling allows Activision a foothold into the wrestling genre on PlayStation, but their stay won’t be long.