Street Fighter Alpha 3 (PS1)
Fighting 04 September 1998
The third part of one of the most famous console fights, this time in a pocket edition. We take control of one of the dozens of warriors and take part in a series of extremely dynamic duels.
Chrono Trigger (PS1)
RPG 02 November 1999
Refreshed version of the classic jRPG game, originally released on the SNES console. The conversion was prepared by Square Enix's development team. Players direct the actions of a boy named Crono, who travels through fantastic lands in search of his lost beloved.
Ridge Racer Type 4 (PS1)
Racing 08 March 2011
A digital re-edition of a hit racing game from your PlayStation. The fourth installment of the Ridge Racer series offers a cycle-typical, arcade riding model with an emphasis on effective cornering. The game contains 320 fictitious vehicles, divided into 4 manufacturers and 2 classes, with a slightly different driving style. In addition to the Grand Prix and Time Trial modes, for the first time there is also the possibility of two players competing on a split screen.
Battle Arena Toshinden (PS1)
Fighting 09 September 1995
A three-dimensional fight in which players meet in delineated three-dimensional arenas, fighting with each other with the use of weapons and various special attacks. The background to the game is the legendary Toshinden tournament, organized by a mysterious sponsor named Gaia.
Duke Nukem 3D (PS1)
Action 30 September 1997
One of the most famous first-person shooters and, at the same time, the third installment of the series about the adventures of an arrogant hero. The title focuses on dynamics and effectiveness, serving a lot of humour at the same time.
Breath of Fire III (PS1)
RPG 11 September 1997
The third installment of the famous series of cRPG games, this time in a pocket edition. We play the role of a young mercenary named Ryu. Proper fun consists mainly of a series of duels played in the turn-based system.
Final Fantasy VIII (PS1)
RPG 11 February 1999
Eighth installment of the popular series of Japanese RPG games. This time the protagonist is Squall Leonhart - a cadet of the military academy, involved in warfare with the neighbouring state of Galbadia. The fight is played in a turn-based system, and the game focuses primarily on an extensive feature layer.
RPG 30 November 1999
A Japanese role-playing game in the horror convention. The title is embedded in the universe with the time developed through the Shadow Hearts cycle. The action of the game takes place in 1898 and focuses on a young woman exploring the secrets of a gloomy monastery. In terms of mechanics, production combines the exploration of a prerendered environment with real-time, three-dimensional battlefields.
Bloody Roar 2: Bringer of the New Age (PS1)
Fighting 30 April 1999
The second part of the series of fights, in which the participants of the clashes can transform into their animal alter ega. After the transformation, the characters become much stronger, but after a certain amount of damage, a forced return to human form takes place, which gives the clashes additional tactical depth. Bloody Roar 2 introduces several new players to the cycle, who can turn into bat, insect and chameleon, among others.
Chaos Break (PS1)
Action 27 January 2000
Survival-horror, in which the action is presented from the perspective of a third person. The game tells the story of two heroes sent to a research laboratory off the coast of South America to investigate the situation.
Krazy Ivan (PS1)
Action 30 January 1996
A first-person shooter in which players take control of a Russian combat robot pilot who defends various regions of the Earth from alien invasion.
This is Football (PS1)
Sports 01 December 1999
Sports game dedicated to football. The production uses an official license, thanks to which more than 200 authentic teams and official competitions such as World Championships and Champions League are at the disposal of the players. Smooth, three-dimensional matches are accompanied by a professional sports commentary by Clive Tyldesley.
Samurai Shodown III (PS1)
Fighting 30 August 1996
The third installment of a series of two-dimensional battles, in which players take control over the masters of white weapons from different parts of the world. The production of SNK studio brought a number of changes in the mechanics of leading clashes and almost completely departed from the current design.
Vandal Hearts II (PS1)
RPG 08 July 1999
Introducing numerous changes in the fun system and offering improved audio-visual setting continuation of the turn-based Japanese RPG. The production of Konami once again tells a difficult, moving political story.
Arcade 28 October 1997
Arcade game in which we take control over a pirate ship. We observe the action from the bird's eye view, and our task is to reach a designated point on the map. Along the way we fight enemies with a variety of weapons, solve simple environmental riddles, conquer ports and avoid dangers. In addition to an extensive single player campaign, the title offers a multiplayer mode where up to five players can face each other. Overboard!
Arcade 04 September 1998
Side-scroll platformer, in which the player takes on the role of a boy with pink hair, trying to catch the bad guinea pigs. These stole the hero's grandfather's bracelet and contaminated the protagonist's idyllic house. The main character can jump, grab and throw objects. Although Tombi only moves in two dimensions for most of the time, at certain moments he is able to change the plane and, for example, move deep into the screen.
Soviet Strike (PS1)
Action 31 October 1996
The next installment of the series of arcade air shooters, in which the action is presented in isometric projection. This is the first part of the cycle released on a 32-bit console.
Ridge Racer (1994) (PS1)
Racing 03 December 1994
Ridge Racer is a racing game that is the starting title for PlayStation 1. The player sits behind the wheel of one of nine different cars and participates in exciting time limited races. He has at his disposal several difficulty levels, a few challenges and a mode of racing against time. It's up to him to beat the devilishly fast car "the 13th Racing". The production started a long cycle under the same name.
Ace Combat 3: Electrosphere (PS1)
Arcade 27 May 1999
The third part of arcade flight simulators, in which players pilot modern fighters and perform various missions. This time the authors set the game in a more futuristic style, preparing their own designs of machines or weapons.
Tomorrow Never Dies (PS1)
Action 16 November 1999
Based on the cinema hit license "Tomorrow Never Dies" action game with a view of a third person. The production was released exclusively on PlayStation 1 and allows you to take part in events presented in Hollywood production.
NASCAR Rumble (PS1)
Racing 31 January 2000
Arcade racing game, which although it uses the license of the popular NASCAR series of competitions, is definitely not focused on realism. Drivers can use the power-ups collected on the route to increase their chances of winning.
Galaxy Fight: Universal Warriors (PS1)
Fighting 03 May 1996
Conversion of a 2D combat machine, published in 1995, in which heroes from different planets fight for the right to meet a powerful deity, appearing in the universe once a thousand years.
Alfred Chicken (PS1)
Arcade 12 April 2002
Refreshed version of Alfred Chicken from 1993, in which players play the role of the title rooster, setting off to rescue his kidnapped girlfriend - Floella. As we play, we navigate through a variety of locations, jumping across platforms and bypassing ubiquitous pitfalls, eliminating enemies we encounter and piercing balloons found along the way, allowing us to gain access to the next stages.
Bishi Bashi Special (PS1)
Party 07 July 2000
A compilation of two games released exclusively in Japan - Bishi Bashi Special and Bishi Bashi Special 2. The production offers a total of 85 party mini-games that test players' reflexes and challenge them crazy. The title is characterized by a fast pace of action and manga visual setting.
Duke Nukem: Land of the Babes (PS1)
Action 19 September 2000
Continuation of Duke Nukem: Time to Kill, published in 1998, which slightly changes the assumptions of the original. Production is an action game with a third party perspective. The title character takes another journey in time, this time to the future, to save women enslaved by aliens.