I tell you this, the PlayStation’s budget library is the greatest thing to happen to it in its final years. So many easy-to-pick-up-and-play games for a $10 spot make it a great cheap thrill system. Today we get four more of them.
First up is All Star Racing, which features a mish-mash of different racing cars and tracks.
For the more leisurely folks, there’s the Family Card Game Fun Pack, which features a variety of card games to enjoy in the comfort of home instead of some crazy casino.
Sports Superbike 2 shares the same set-up as All Star Racing, but the controls can take a bit to get used to.
And lastly, our featured game of the releases is Gubble. It plays similarly to Crystal Castles and Pac-Man where you must collect all the screws out of the ground while riding a giant screwdriver.
This article is part of the Living History Project Celebration, which is living the PlayStation’s library release schedule in real time. Started during the 20th Anniversary on 9-9-2015, the project will last all the way till 2024! Follow us on Twitter for all the updates and additions!