Tiger Woods 99 carries the new athletic star into infamy thanks to a developer sneaking in a video of South Park onto the disc.
Roll Away is another sleeper success from the house that Destruction Derby built. Control a ball on rotating platforms to solve puzzles.
O.D.T. (Or Die Trying) is yet another game out of the Psygnosis camp, who at this point must have made half the PlayStation’s library.
Bust a Groove continues the trail blazed by Parappa the Rapper. Control anime stylized characters who use motion captured dance moves to bring victory to the dance floor!
Rugrats: Search for Reptar brings together the cartoon babies in a search for the puzzle pieces of everyone’s favorite TV reptile.
Eidos and Core release Tomb Raider III with new game play, new creatures, and for the first time the ability to select what order you take on the locations.
Another Disney Movie, and another PlayStation game. A Bug’s Life brings viewers down to scale with 15 giant levels to run through.
Apocalypse brings Bruce Willis back to the PlayStation he plays a …nano-physicist… and walks around fending off the Four Horsemen.
Vampire Savior comes to America as DarkStalkers 3, with the PlayStation version being a custom edition due to RAM limitations.
Assault: Retribution is a fantastic side-scrolling shooter in the lines of Contra and other arcade titles. One of Midway’s last titles of 1998.