Oddworld: Abe’s Exoddus follows in the footsteps of its predecessor with more things to do, more things to say, and possessing your own fart.
EA Sports continues throwing money at the sport of golf and the player whose making more money standing there than you or I ever will. Also, South Park.
Knockout Kings and Roll Away sneak in before the end of Novemeber 1998 to join the rest of the holiday releases. Both games are worth your time.
O.D.T. (Or Die Trying) and Bust a Groove join the holiday release schedule among many others still arriving before Christmas 1998.
Rugrats: Search for Reptar brings the wonderfully bizarre kids cartoon to the PlayStation with mini-games and a quest for puzzle pieces.
Gaming’s most sought after female once again returns to the big gray PlayStation in Tomb Raider III. With this her second outing in a post-Sega Saturn world, Core is once again pushing boundaries in how the game is approached.
After yesterday’s landslide of releases, today is a day pf peace and quiet, and by golly, I like it. So it’s time for some Backstreet Billiards.
The PlayStation’s Christmas release schedule is still blazing ahead, with another 5 games out today, and a healthy variety in genres to boot. Tiny Toons may be a sleeper hit.
Yeah, that headline was a toss up, but really, after the five games released yesterday, can you blame me? Hard Ball 99 is a take it or leave it option for the sports fans.
NBA Live 99 joins four other games today hitting retail days before the huge Black Friday holiday weekend. The Living History Project continues!