Only one of two games comes out this month, and the first release is right on day 1. Monaco Grand Prix gives PlayStation fans the chance to use real world physics in the F1 racing circuit.
One final new release for the PlayStation today, Driver. It’s a really hard underground-garage parking simulator. I haven’t been able to finish it.
Can you believe it’s almost July already? June 1999 begins it’s slow death with the release of Sony’s Tarzan game, based on the Disney movie, and Infogrames’ Bugs Bunny: Lost in Time game.
Looking for something a bit more wacky on the one-on-one fighting genre? Evil Zone features a super simplified combat system while presenting unique characters and in-game features. It’s not a Triple A title, but it’s definitely got things working for it.
June 22, 1999 brings PlayStation owners Warzone 2100 and Ape Escape, two games on opposite ends of the spectrum buy focus on accessory usage.
The Living History Project lands with a kick, a block, and a shot as three new games join the PlayStation Library. Fighter Maker leads the fray.
The Living History Project continues the steamrolling towards June, and the last game of May brings the sequel to Hudson Soft’s excellent arcade fighter Bloody Roar II.
Electronic Arts brings yet another racing game to the PlayStation, with Castrol Honda Superbike Racing. Two wheeled, armor wearing riders take on each other through death-defying turns.
Only two days after an amazing release party, Namco continues the trend with the sequel to their arcade light game series in Point Blank 2.
Street Fighter Alpha 3, Ehergeiz, Bomberman Fantasy Race, and Ridge Racer Type 4 all come home to the PlayStation library.