As one of the most famous games of all time, Pac-Man was one of the first games to inspire a flood of licensed products, including breakfast cereal, toys, and a Saturday morning cartoon.
Part hard-boiled crime story, part paranoid espionage thriller, 100 Bullets follows Agent Graves, a mysterious figure who offers a singular opportunity--the proof, the gun, and the carte-blanche immunity to exact revenge...
The Red Star (1999)
Set around three main characters, The Red Star tells the tale of an alternate Russia, the URRS, where massive technology and futuristic weapons are wielded by its army, The Red Fleet.
ATV Quad Power Racing 3
The next game in the ATV Quad Power Racing series will offer greater rider customization options, freestyle tricks, and more.
The Last Job
In The Last Job, you will control a group of four career criminals as you try to make lucrative robberies.
Riven: The Sequel to Myst
It's a leisurely paced, all-encompassing, mentally challenging experience. If you enjoyed Myst, you'll thoroughly enjoy Riven.
If you're without a PC or N64, pick up the PlayStation version without fear.
Embark on an adventure through a mysterious island where clues abound and you must try to reverse a wrong that has gone unchecked for ages.
South Park is definitely one of those games that is bound to come up when you start thinking about the worst game you've ever played.
It seems silly to malign a game about the undead by calling it lifeless, but that's exactly Shadow Man's problem.
South Park Rally
Even though the Dreamcast may possess considerably more processing power under the hood than the Nintendo 64 or PlayStation, nothing seems to be able to hide the fact that South Park Rally is simply not a good game.
Acclaim provides enough firepower for the experienced Marine to show every Alien Queen who's boss.
All-Star Baseball 99
ASB '99 is easily one of the best baseball games to come around in quite some time.
All-Star 1997 Featuring Frank Thomas
A feature-heavy game that has adequate play control and graphics.
All-Star Baseball 2000
This year, Acclaim and Iguana have continued the tradition by adding new gameplay features and refinements, keeping this year's version in top shape.
Armorines: Project S.W.A.R.M.
There are so many problems with Armorines on the PlayStation that to discuss them all would be like flogging a dead horse.
Batman & Robin
Batman & Robin is the best Batman game in years and far better than the '97 Joel Schumacher film it was based on, but neither of those things really amounts to too much.
If you're going to sit down with some friends and play a fighting game, this isn't the one.
There's just no need for a game like this on the PlayStation in 1997.
Bubble Bobble featuring Rainbow Islands
Bubble Bobble is a game in which players guide bubble spitting dinosaurs through 125 levels of arcade action.
If you already own Bust-A-Move 2, 3, or 4, you probably don't need the PlayStation version of this game.
Bust-A-Move 2 Arcade Edition
This is an OK game with a fair amount of gameplay - if you like puzzle games.
Whereas developer Taito's Bust-a-Move 2 was a lotta puzzle, Bust-a-Move 3 is a whole lotta puzzle.
Fans of the Bust-A-Move puzzle series can look forward to more sleepless months with Natsume's release of Bust-A-Move 4.
It's cartoonish arcade action, filled with impossible dunks and special-power-up rewards.
Crazy Taxi (2000)
Crazy Taxi is still a fun, exciting game, but fans of Crazy Taxi who already own the Dreamcast release don't really need to bother with the PlayStation 2 version.
The Crow: City of Angels
This title should prove once and for all that Acclaim has not yet perfected its formula for success.