Azure Dreams continues the Role Playing train on the PlayStation, providing random dungeons and a lot of creatures to take on.
Acclaim tries to take on EA Sports by using wrestling as their featured sporting event. WWF War Zone isn’t the best game out there, but it has its moments.
No games of chess this time around, soldier. This is actual war. WarGames Defcon 1 brings military strategy in a modern world to game players everywhere.
Acclaim tries something different with Batman & Robin – an open world where you try and use detective skills and control the Batmobile.
Insert obvious ‘college try’ reference here for the umpteenth time. NCAA Football 99 continues EA Sports floodwaters of everything under the sports sun.
For those that really, really, wanted it, the publisher behind some of Sony’s most prolific titles brings the video game adaptation of the Spice Girls’ movie Spice World to task.
The game that invented the First Person Shooter genre Doom returns in a somewhat Director’s Cut edition for the PlayStation.
Eric Idle and Psygnosis create a great video game version of a Terry Pratchett Discworld…with just a wee bit too much load time
Reflections brings their chaotic racer Destruction Derby to PlayStation, and you’ll never look at flying car parts in the same way again.
Another PC Port hits the PlayStation with Descent, but it’s not for the faint of heart…