Konami has shipped C: The Contra Adventure and Activision's Tenchu has also shipped for the Sony PlayStation.
Diamond's MP3 Move
You knew Diamond was looking at MP3s like no one else. Now it's ready to move beyond the PC audio market and into gamers' hands.
New Look At R4 Gameplay
More gameplay shots of Namco's R4: Ridge Racer Type 4 heats up the racetrack.
Heads Roll, as do Games at Broderbund
In addition to relieving 500 staffers of their duties, all future Journeyman Project titles are killed at Red Orb. Other titles are also given the ax.
PlayStation Gets Lucky
Infogrames aims to grab the attention of younger gamers with its latest PS game, Lucky Luke.
Motorola Unveils First Project X Box
Motorola's Blackbird comes out of the gate as the first system to fully utilize VM Labs' Project X technology.
All Out for Lunar Box
Working Designs goes all out for the packaging on its PlayStation title, Lunar: The Silver Star Story Complete.
3DNow! - Optimized Titles
Psygnosis' Lander and Rollcage are expected to be released in early 1999 with 3DNow! support.
Hasta L'Chaim Baby
EA ships Jane's Israeli Air Force, its combat flight sim.
3Dfx Sectioned Off
Babbage's and Software Etc. stores will soon sport separate sections that focus on 3Dfx-related hardware and software products.
Quake II Add-On Arrives
The Quake II Mission Pack: Ground Zero has arrived for your fragging pleasure.
WarTorn Comes Together
Work draws closer and closer to completion on the real-time strategy title WarTorn.
New releases for September 14, 1998, include People's General from SSI and the Quake II Mission Pack #2: Ground Zero.
Werewolf Tapped by ASC
Sanitarium-maker ASC Games unleashes talent - and Unreal engine - on Werewolf.
Shogo: MAD Nearing Gold
Monolith's CEO Jason Hall indicated Monday that their anticipated anime-based first-person action game Shogo: MAD was near to mastering, anywhere between "five minutes and 72 hours" from now. Hall also ...
Pandemic's Star Search
If you have the skills, Pandemic Studios is interested.
Sega's Dreamcast fights for attention in this week's look back at the top stories.
Game News: Playback
London turns into the ground zero for gaming, Half-Life gets closer to losing vaporware status, and Eidos talks about Braveheart.
Activision's Civilization: Call to Fans
Activision is looking for a few good ideas for their upcoming Civilization: Call to Power.
Two New Additions to IGZ Family
Microsoft has announced two new additions to its free online gaming service
Dreamcast Game Info
More information on Blue Stinger and July has appeared – here's what we know today.