November 1999’s landslide continues with 11 games released in one day. Let’s just roll through them…
Out the door first is Electronic Arts’ 007: Tomorrow Never Dies that is loosely based on the same movie.
Konami follows in Namco’s footsteps with their own arcade collection, Konami Arcade Classics. Yie Ar Kung Fu is on there and that’s all you need to know.
Dreamworks Interactive and Electronic Arts combine to create Warpath: Jurassic Park – a surprisingly fun fighting game similar to Primal Rage.
Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six comes home from the PC, though I don’t know how this will handle without a keyboard and mouse.
Electronic Arts is just raining games, and another one from the camp is the yearly update to their basketball game. NBA Live 2000.
A childhood favorite from the Atari 2600 returns with all new features in Missile Command…
But if stopping missiles isn’t your thing, how about saving the world? Mission: Impossible takes a new look at the movie from a year ago.
If you need a break from all the heroics, how about taking on all new fishies in Big Ol’ Bass? Konami’s fishing series is gaining a foothold on the PlayStation.
Our cover story is no joke – Toy Story 2: Buzz Lightyear to the Rescue is an incredible, if occasionally annoying action adventure game that gives a great perspective to the world of toys. There’s been issues with a certain stereotype character though…
If NBA Live 2000 was too simulation for you, Midway returns with NBA Showtime: NBA on NBC as their next evolution of the NBA Jam legacy. It looks darn good.
And last but not least, buried among the big names and sequels is Renegade Racers. A hovercraft racing game looking to get a cut of the Crash Team Racing market.
Finally…finally…we can take a rest.
What do you mean there are games coming out every day for the next few days?
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