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  • 2 Xtreme (PlayStation)

    2Xtreme is the second edition of extreme game titles sponsored by the ESPN sports network. Based on actual events, players have lots of options to choose from. You can compete in the area of skateboarding, in-line skating, snowboarding and mountain biking. Each one has its own unique challenges and courses designed to test your skill. Because of the extreme nature of the games, you can battle it out with your opponents. You are given the option to kick and punch your foes off their bikes or skateboards so that you can take their place in the race. After all, the name of the game is to reach the victory line first. The point system has also been overhauled from the first edition. It now awards points for different styles and tricks as well as bonuses for knocking people off their transportation. In the season competition mode, you'll need
  • A Bugs Life (PlayStation)

    You play the role of a purple ant named Flik in this free-roaming 3D game based on the 1998 computer animated movie by Pixar Animation Studios and Walt Disney Pictures. Flik needs your help in saving an ant colony from an evil grasshopper named Hopper and his band of evil insects. The game is composed of five acts spanning three levels each, with twenty scenes from the movie mixed in to help further the story. As in most 3D platform games, you'll need to complete various objectives before advancing to the next level. These tasks range from finding an anthill to gliding across a riverbed canyon using only a dandelion. Throughout each level, Flik will have to battle various enemies on both the ground and in the air, including spiders, cockroaches, stink bugs, flies, beetles and grasshoppers. You'll also have to confront boss characters at the end of
  • Ace Combat 2 (PlayStation)

    Ace Combat 2 is the sequel to Namco's Air Combat (originally titled Ace Combat in the arcades). There are over 30 new missions designed to test your flight skills and shooting ability. While fighting it out with the computer-controlled enemy aircraft, you will have to blast into tight chambers, detonate a power plant's core, fly through city streets, and escort important figures to safety. There are plenty of new aircraft at your disposal. As you progress throughout the game, you earn money, which allows you to buy specific planes. Each plane handles differently and you must choose the craft best suited for the mission at hand. For instance, stealth missions require a fast plane, undetected by radar. Escort missions will require a plane loaded with armor and firepower. Successfully completing missions will provide access to secret levels that grant you the ability to fly top-secret planes, including the
  • Action Bass (PlayStation)

    Fishing is usually a relaxing sport, even in video game form. Action Bass attempts to introduce people to the world of fishing, and comes in four play modes. In Challenge mode, you only get three minutes to catch a fish large enough to meet the weight requirement and place you within the top three fishermen. When you pass the first level, you'll have three other levels to defeat. Beating all four levels unlocks new lures and grants access to the Extra option. The second play mode in Action Bass is the Free mode, where you can freely fish in any of the four available areas and hone your fishing skills. Here you can discover the best spots to catch the bigger fish in less time in preparation for the Challenge mode. You also have the option of saving your fish for the Aquarium,
  • Action Man Operation Extreme (PlayStation)

    Action Man brings all of his explosive adventures to the PlayStation in ACTION MAN: Operation Extreme. Dr. X is trying to take over the world. Who can stop him? Action Man, the greatest hero of them all, that's who. Take control of Action Man in ACTION MAN: Operation Extreme, and navigate through scorching deserts and the barren wasteland of the Arctic. Control Action Man's cars, motorcycles, airplanes, and boats in the Vehicle levels, or have Action Man search for hostages and take out the bad guys in the Action stages. No matter what kind of action it is, Action Man is always ready to get the job done. Help him stop the schemes of Dr. X and save the world in ACTION MAN: Operation Extreme.
  • Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Iron & Blood Warriors of Ravenloft (PlayStation)

    Iron & Blood is a 3D fighter based on Ravenloft, a fantasy horror setting in the world of Advanced Dungeons & Dragons. Strahd von Zarovich, vampire lord, and Lord Soth, deathknight, and constantly scheming and plotting against one another, and a party of heroes has become caught up in their power struggles. This group of adventurers must face off against the most malicious and evil monsters and villains the land has to offer if they are to survive and find their way back home. At the beginning of the game, players must choose from a pool of characters that includes the forces of good and evil. Paladins, wizards, warriors, assassins, were-creatures and more can be chosen from. Once they've got a character picked, they must face off against a series of opponents in one on one matches to the death. During the matches, which take place in closed off
  • Akuji the Heartless (PlayStation)

    The premise of Akuji the Heartless is not a happy one. Just as Akuji, a voodoo shaman, was about to get married, his bride-to-be was kidnapped and he was then killed by his very own brother. His seemingly loving sibling then ripped out his heart and sent Akuji to a dark and evil underworld. Akuji swore revenge on his brother and promised to avenge his true love. As Akuji, you must collect the souls of your departed ancestors and give them to Baron Samedi, watcher of the underworld. If you are successful, he will grant your wish of revenge by giving you the opportunity to face your brother and do unto him as he did to you. More importantly, you will be together with your fiancee once again. Akuji the Heartless is played from a third person perspective and built on the Gex: Enter
  • Allied General (PlayStation)

    Developed by SSI, Allied General is a turn-based strategy game originally released for the PC. Your objective is to take control of either the Allied or Axis powers and engage in strategic warfare across the varying terrain of the European countryside. There are over 35 different scenarios based on actual events that took place during World War II, each an attempt to stop Germany from world domination. You play as an American, British or Soviet general who must lead your troops to victory. As you progress through the campaigns, your individual units become more powerful and experienced. It is up to you to carry out the battles, but be warned, success only comes to those who carefully plan ahead. Players interested in history may use actual strategies documented for the war, while others may want to experiment with their methods to victory. The choice is entirely up to
  • Alone in the Dark The New Nightmare (PlayStation)

    Alone in the Dark: The New Nightmare is the fourth entry in the Alone in the Dark series, continuing the story set up by the previous installments. Charles Fisk has gone missing on Shadow Island and is presumed dead. His good friend, private investigator Edward Carnby, has chartered a plane to Shadow Island to investigate the disappearance of his friend and discover what the island's owner, Obed Morton, is planning. Ailene Cedrac, an ethnology Professor at Boston University, also has an interest in the island -- she believes that her long lost father is located there. Driven by intrigue as well as a desire for closure, both Cedrac and Carnby fly to the island on Halloween night.

    Players venture through this horror-themed game with polygonal characters in 3D pre-rendered backgrounds similar to the Resident Evil games. Weapons such as pistols, shotguns and knives are used to battle

  • Alundra (PlayStation)

    Alundra is a 2D role-playing game where players assume the role of a young adventurer named Alundra -- a Dreamwalker -- with the ability to peer into other's dreams and wake them from nightmares. After crashing on the shore of a small island town, Alundra sees trouble lurking in the townspeople and the surrounding environments. It turns out that after hundreds of years of imprisonment by powerful wizards, a horrible entity named Melzas has awoken and threatens humanity. The foul denizen attacks people while they're sleeping by altering dreamscapes and locking them in an infinite nightmare of terror to die. Alundra is the only one who can stop Melzas and save people from their dreams. Developed by the same team who created Landstalker for the 16-bit Sega Genesis, Alundra plays like an action-RPG. Battles are conducted in real-time like Secret of Mana or The
  • Andretti Racing (PlayStation)

    Strap yourself in and crank up the engine, Andretti Racing brings the thrills and spills of stock car and Formula-1 racing to the PlayStation! Depending on personal preference, players now have the opportunity to drive around circular tracks in a NASCAR fashion or race at breakneck speeds in an Indy car circuit. Andretti Racing comes with a variety of options including the Exhibition Race, Career, Versus, and Racing School gameplay modes. The Exhibition Race is simply a single race using either racing type. It is designed to not only save players the hassle of starting an actual Career mode, but to get them accustomed to the various racing controls. In addition to this practice of sorts, new players interested in mastering or learning the sport should check out the Racing School. Featuring the help of Mario Andretti, Michael Andretti, and Jeff Andretti, the Racing School is a series
  • Ape Escape (PlayStation)

    It all started when a curious monkey named Specter placed the Peak Point Helmet upon his furry head. With newly acquired intelligence, Specter freed his ape pals and activated the Time Station, an invention designed to transport people (or animals) through the far reaches of space and time. The power-hungry Specter has plans for world domination, and he's going to change history to ensure his species remains in power. The fate of the world now rests in the hands of two of the Professor's most trusted assistants, Spike and Jake. Journey back through time to round up the missing apes using the Professor's gadgets, but be careful -- these primates are not going down without a fight. Ape Escape is the first PlayStation game that requires the Dual Shock Analog Controller in order to play. This is because control of the main character is performed using both analog
  • Arcade Party Pak (PlayStation)

    Get ready to party (like it's 1989?) with Midway's Arcade Party Pak for the PlayStation. There are six retro games featured on this disc including Super Sprint, 720 Degrees, Rampage, Toobin', Klax, and Smash TV, each originally released between 1986 and 1990. Super Sprint is an overhead view Formula-One racer in which you steer your car around eight different tracks, each of which is visible in its entirety on a single screen. The tracks are littered with obstacles such as oil slicks, water, and tornadoes. Occasionally you can earn a Bonus Wrench that will enable you to upgrade your car with one of three different enhancements: Super Traction, Higher Top Speed, and Turbo Acceleration. You can race against three computer-controlled opponents or invite up to two friends to join in on the action. If three players compete, you will need a Multi Tap adapter. After you grow weary
  • Armorines Project SWARM (PlayStation)

    Based on the Valiant comic book series, Armorines: Project S.W.A.R.M. is a first-person shooter set in the distant future. Earth is under invasion from an army of giant insects, so it's up to the few, the proud, the Armorines, to stop them. As one of two remaining members of the elite armored task force, you must exterminate 30 types of creepy crawlies across five themed locales. Battle swarms of bugs through a jungle and volcano to the far reaches of Siberia and Egypt while collecting level-specific special weapons, ammunition, and health boosts. In addition to the single-player campaign, Armorines on PlayStation includes cooperative missions and competitive matches for two players.
  • Army Men 3D (PlayStation)

    The little plastic army men you played with as a child are toys no longer! They are now living beings bent on destruction. Of course, you get to play an integral role in the conflict as Sarge, a sergeant (you were expecting another rank?) in the Green Army. While your objectives vary with each mission, the goal is to defeat the evil Tan Army using a little strategy and a lot of firepower. Since you'll also have to confront members of the Blue and Gray armies, you are essentially outnumbered three to one! Roll, duck, kneel, and cycle through your available weapons as you try to complete the objectives detailed at the beginning of each level. Missions range from search-and-destroy to rescue or reconnaissance operations, and you'll even drive one of four vehicles during the battles. Units include versions of six classic toys: Rifle Man, Grenadier, Bazooka
  • Army Men Air Attack 2 (PlayStation)

    Plastro, the nefarious General of the Tan Army, has enlisted the help of the villainous Baron Von Beige to help him set a trap for Captain Blade! Join forces with Capt. William Blade, leader of the Alpha Wolf Squadron once again the game 'takes to the skies' with an onslaught of new missions, improved helicopters, and more pyrotechnic weaponry than ever before. Join the Air Cavalry as they face a host of challenging foes in their efforts to stop the General's evil plans. Battle Plastro's air force, which is led by ace pilot Baron Von Beige. As players battle through 22 missions, they'll encounter such environments as a Japanese garden, Halloween night, the wild west, a flowerbed, and a backyard. Choppers include King Cobra, Chinook, Osprey, and Apache types, each of which has its unique weapons. Plastic-collection system unlocks secret toy abilities and hidden chopper weaponry. Real-time cut scenes, in-game

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