Beyblade comes to the PlayStation in support of the toy line and cartoon show, but there’s too many issues for the game to come out on “top.”
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…
Duke Nukem: Time to Kill returns the FPS man’s man to his 3rd person roots, but now from the back and not the side. Is Duke chasing Lara Croft?
Eidos and Core Interactive try a different genre once again with NInja: Shadow of Darkness. An action arcade game with nice special effects.
Test Drive 5 continues Accolade’s fast paced, muscle car racing game series with all new licenses, tracks, game play modes, and more.