Another Namco arcade game hits the PlayStation, though this one never got its true 15 Minutes of fame. Cyber Sled is a decent romp.
Criticom is one of the first original fighting games for the PlayStation but is one hell of a neat CG intro movie tied to a woefully under-powered game.
Acclaim illustrates what a lack of shame looks like with College Slam, a hilariously poor knock off of NBA Jam with pallet swaps and some minor adjustments.
Mindscape brings the first game of Chess to the PlayStation with Chessmaster 3-D, a long running PC series with the fan base to prove it.
After missing out on the original, Acclaim Brings Taito’s adorable puzzle game to PlayStation and Saturn renamed as Bust a-Move 2: Arcade Edition.
ReadySoft takes on the iconic Dragon’s Lair with an extremely goofy, dark humor Full Motion Video game in Brain Dead 13. It’s fun, but aggravating.
Battle Arena Toshinden 2 upgrades visuals and the roster to Sony’s flagship fighting game, keeping up with Virtua Fighter 2.
Battle Arena Toshinden is the 3D fighter that launched the 3D fighter console revolution where Saturn’s Virtua Fighter could not.
Bases Loaded ’96: Double Header continues the legacy of Jaleco’s flagship baseball game, sadly right to their early grave.
Psygnosis, quickly becoming Sony’s inside guy when it comes to providing games to play, releases a visually goofy tank combat game.