Electronic Arts and Black Ops Entertainment bring 007: Tomorrow Never Dies to the PlayStation, using footage and locales from the movie.
Thrasher: Skate and Destroy comes from the house that Grand Theft Auto built, Rockstar Games. Tear up the 12 legendary venues.
40 Winks is another title from the developers at Eurocom, allowing gamers to play as Ruff and Tumble in order to save the last 40 Winks.
Resident Evil 3: Nemesis traps players in Raccoon City with Jill Valentine as she must escape from the newest enemy named Nemesis.
Elmo’s Number Journey begins the beloved children’s show Sesame Street on it’s path to PlayStation legacy and lore. Elmo starts off the parade.
Rugrats Studio Tour continues the play-time adventures of the creepiest looking kids on television. Join Dil and her friends in a mini-games compilation.
Cool Boarders 4 releases a few days after Twisted Metal 4, making the PlayStation library officially old and truly gray as the years go on.
Tiny Toons Adventures: Toonenstein – Dare to Scare! brings back the point-and-click style game play for children and adults alike.
Army Men: Air Attack acts as the sequel to Nuclear Strike that you never got – and it ends up being one of the 3D0 Company’s best games.
Hasbro Interactive and Atari attempt to re-create the magic of the grandfather of all video games with Pong: The Next Level.