Today in the Living History Project, the first game is definitely going to be a fan favorite and Medievil is released into the public.
The Living History project steam rolls into the Fall weather season with Team Losi RC Racing, a game where you race remote controlled cars.
Well, if you like your cigars big and your guns bigger, GT Interactive has what you need. Duke Nukem: Time to Kill is the latest in the clearly male-focused series, but now it’s in 3rd person.
The Living History Project continues with another new IP from Eidos and Core Interactive – NInja Shadow of Darkness!
The lone game release today in the Living History project is Test Drive 5.
So I’m not sure if the “From the Producers of Crash Bandicoot” call-out on the manual is a desperate call for attention or plea for help, but if the actual cover art is anything, I may be on to something.
Time to catch your breath fellow gamers, after our two game day today, it’ll be one-game-per-day releases until the 21st when all hell breaks loose into the ultra Christmas release rush. Today’s two releases come from opposite ends of the spectrum, but both contain interesting concepts. The first one is…
Well hey there true believers! Are your wallets ready? There are twenty one games coming out in October alone, some days having up to 4 releases each. Today being one of those days. Let’s get right into it.
Dear gracious me, it’s overload time. Today’s mall trip to the new release shelf holds four games, all of which can provide literal days worth of entertainment depending on what you’re looking for.
So today unleashes the next yearly update in NHL FaceOff 99. Sure, it’s light years ahead of the NES game Blades of Steel, but BoS at least allowed you to play a boss fight from Gradius in it. 🙂