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.
Fox Interactive’s nod to the Ripley escapades may not be original, but it’s damn fun.
Namco’s original flight plan on the PlayStation is a dated, but still worthy arcade fighter game.
Virgin’s dog fighting game isn’t quite as agile as they would have you believe.
A-Train sits as a unique title among it’s long brethren – a highly Japanese simulation strapped to a basket full of deep options and slow progress.
About LightSpan was an educational company that released like-minded games on the PlayStation and PC. These games were never released to the public and were only available to schools in box lots. The boxes contents were based on the school’s needs. There are currently 122 known released titles in the…