Capcom’s Alpha series reaches it’s pinnacle home port with the phenomenal Street Fighter Alpha 3, a conversion that defies logic.
Namco’s flagship racing series gets it’s next upgrade with R4: Ridge Racer Type 4, a different turn for the series as it takes on Gran Turismo.
Hudson Soft takes a break from maze combat and takes the Bomberman crew to the races with Bomberman Fantasy Race on the PlayStation.
Squaresoft, DreamFactory, and Namco’s arcade game arrives to the PlayStation with extra features and clearly advertised Final Fantasy VII characters.
Konami returns to the court with NBA In the Zone ’99. A laundry list of updates, additions, and new moves fill the newest black platter.
989 Studios’ third entry into their extreme sports sees some problematic issues arise, which would eventually lead 3xtreme to an early grave.
Acclaim brings back Bub and Bob to the PlayStation with Bust-A-Move ’99, which is actually Bust-A-Move 3 with a new numbering system.
Sports Car GT brings developer Point of View and publisher Electronic Arts’ vision of racing that isn’t Need for Speed or it’s sequels.
Rampage 2 Universal Tour continues the city thrashing, human eating, vehicle smashing chaos that made the original arcade game so popular.
Sony and 989 Sports continue the yearly updates to their baseball series with MLB 2000. Features actual faces and the option to play as GM.