Radical Entertainment Ltd and THQ continue to use the MTV Sports name to expand THQ’s portfolio of games for the PlayStation.
NHL 2001 is EA’s first hockey game to be released on the original PlayStation and then then upcoming PS2. Can they bridge the generation gap?
Hasbro Interactive returns with Jeopardy! 2nd Edition. This time including an in-game Contestant Exam with a physical answer sheet.
Capcom’s Dino Crisis 2 changes the game’s dynamic from slow survival horror to frantic survival horror, and it works amazingly.
Disney / Pixar’s Buzz Lightyear of Star Command takes it’s calls from the Disney Animated TV Show to expand the Toy Story universe.
Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX takes on Tony Hawk from the two-wheel genre of extreme sports, and its surprisingly well done.
Midway takes over the Destruction Derby legacy with Destruction Derby Raw, a rambunctious follow-up with some crazy ideals.
Jaleco continues to court the niche consumer with Vampire Hunter D – a PlayStation adventure game based on the anime of the same name.
Disney’s The Little Mermaid II finds Ariel and her daughter Melody on an adventure to save Atlantic and stop Ursula.
3DO is at it once again with Army Men: World War – Land * Sea * Air, this time placing Army Men in all new war vehicles.