Sony takes EA Sports to the floor for possibly one last dance in their basketball rivalry. NBA Shoot Out 2003’s visuals are great eye candy.
Austin Powers Pinball is another budget release to hit the big gray box, offering two different pool tables and various missions.
An unlikely license comes to PlayStation with Planet of the Apes. The game introduces new enemies and old friends from the movie.
Madden NFL 2003 sees the additions of Al Michaels and Melissa Stark join John Madden in the broadcasting calls.
Agetec continues bringing over budget-minded games to the masses with Rageball – a future sport with all the usual violence and hi-jinx.
Sony drops C-12 Final Resistance onto PlayStation systems with somewhat limited fanfare. It’s a 3rd person shooter where you take on cyborgs.
July 17th, 2002 in the Living History Project brings Stuart Little 2 to the PlayStation. An adventure that spans multiple play styles & more!
Japan’s favorite mech returns with a fresh suite of one-on-one combat with Gundam Battle Assault 2. Take on your friends!
Game-Rave’s Living History Project sees Delta Force: Urban Warfare and Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Lone Wolf help PlayStation close out June.
Sony’s got a great release day with MLB 2003 and Disney’s Lilo & Stitch. The entire family can join around the PlayStation and have some fun.