THQ’s WWF Smackdown! release in March 2000 solidified developer Yuke’s place in history as one of the best tag-teams in gaming history.
Softball isn’t really a big deal in the video game universe, but Sammy Sosa Softball Slam proves that nothing is off limits on the PlayStation.
Ace Combat 3: Electrosphere is Namco’s third entry into their cornerstone flight series, and this release brings the series into the future.
Deception III: Dark Delusion from Tecmo continues the extremely creative and very devious game of trap setting and enemy killing.
The 3DO Company continues to milk the Army Men franchise with Army Men: World War, the first direct sequel to the original Army Men 3D.
EA Sports is on a release party in this leap year 2000. Championship Bass, NASCAR Rumble, and F1 2000 all came out on the same day – February 29, 2000.
Championship Bass from Electronic Arts offers a different kind of fishing game with Fish Artificial Intelligence and level-based progression. Grab a lure, land the bass.
Electronic Arts goes after the Mario Kart gamers with NASCAR Rumble, a power-up, fueled racing game featuring everyone’s favorite left turn specialists.
Squaresoft ends the Western drought of Front Mission games by finally bringing Front Mission 3 to the United States, on the PlayStation. Control giant mechs in this strategy game.
Sony Computer Entertainment continues their baseball series with MLB 2001. Featuring all new commentary, graphics and animations.