Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver, NFL Blitz 2000, and UmJammer Lammy are all available in stores today. Choose your genre, grab some snacks, and game away!
The PlayStation gets another challenger to the Mario Kart crown with Chocobo Racing. Various Final Fantasy mascots and characters hit the raceway.
The PlayStation Living History Project continues with two of Sony’s own football games; NCAA GameBreaker 2000 and NFL GameDay 2000.
Today’s two new releases are WWF Attitude and R-Type Delta. Sure they’re on complete opposite ends of the spectrum, but variety is the spice of life!
As 1999 continues to roll along, today’s single game release is that of Croc 2. For those that don’t know, Croc actually started life as a Yoshi game, and was re-purposed into Croc when Nintendo balked at the idea.
NFL Xtreme 2 arrives from Sony and 989 Studios’ summer camp for arcade fans new and old. Taunts, hyper fast game play, and more.
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.