Saiyuki: Journey West releases this day in the PlayStation Living History Project. A strategy RPG that brings in the Monkey King.
Conspiracy brings the green ducky-duck Plucky and the Tiny Toons Adventures to the PlayStation console in a time travelling adventure.
Motocross Mania once more bumps up the budget titles in Take Two Interactive’s ongoing series. Unlock bikes and tracks as you go.
Skydiving Extreme from Natsume takes a different approach to the mini game rhythm genre – drop yourself out of a plane and hit the patterns.
Digimon Digital Card Battle from Bandai arrives on Western shores to take on both the physical card game and show of the same name.
Shooter: Space Shot from Agetec and A1 Games is a horizontal space ship shooter with anime CG cinemas and some really nice action.
IHRA Motorsports Drag Racing from Bethesda Softworks allows players to become the king of the drag strip circuit.
June 29, 2001 in Game-Rave.com’s Living History Project brings Final Fantasy Chronicles to the PlayStation from Squaresoft.
Disney’s Goofy’s Fun House released today on June 24, 2001. Game-Rave.com celebrates the releases in real time in the Living History Project.
Game-Rave’s Living History Project continues the PlayStation’s release schedule in real time, today with the Japanese port Power Shovel.