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Rampage World Tour (PS1)
Rampage World Tour (PS1)

Action 30 September 1997

Two-dimensional action game, which is a remake of the arcade game Rampage released in 1986. We take control of one of the three giant monsters, demolishing the world's most famous cities.

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Cool Boarders 2 (PS1)
Cool Boarders 2 (PS1)

Sports 31 October 1997

Continuation of a warm welcome snowboard game from 1996. Cool Boarders 2 boasts a much higher number of playable characters, boards and tracks than its predecessor. The latter have been significantly expanded and offer, among other things, shortcuts. The game can be played in one of five different play modes, and on the track the user is accompanied by artificial intelligence or opponents controlled by the second player.

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NBA ShootOut 2000 (PS1)
NBA ShootOut 2000 (PS1)

Sports 30 November 1999

The fourth installment of the popular series of sports games dedicated to basketball. Production offers original NBA line-ups from 1998 and 1999 and the possibility of playing matches in simulation and arcade modes. The latest edition introduces, among others, showpiece movements of famous athletes and professional commentary by Ian Eagle.

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Bomberman World (PS1)
Bomberman World (PS1)

Arcade 28 January 1998

Arcade production in which player-directed characters fight in special arenas, trying to blow up all opponents. This is the first installment of the famous series released on PlayStation 1.

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N2O: Nitrous Oxide (PS1)
N2O: Nitrous Oxide (PS1)

Arcade 30 June 1998

Maintained in a specific, slightly psychedelic style 3D arcade shooting, in which players can only move left or right. The goal is to conquer successive tunnels, eliminating enemies encountered on the way and achieving the best score possible.

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Lunar 2: Eternal Blue Complete (PS1)
Lunar 2: Eternal Blue Complete (PS1)

RPG 15 December 2000

Improved version of the game Lunar: Eternal Blue. Production is a racial jRPG, in which the gameplay consists mainly in performing fictional tasks, exploration and numerous fights. The action of the title takes place a thousand years after the events presented in Lunar: The Silver Star and tells the story of adventurers who face a powerful evil that threatens the whole world.

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LiberoGrande (PS1)
LiberoGrande (PS1)

Sports 26 November 1998

An arcade football game that debuted on arcade machines in 1997. LiberoGrande takes an unusual approach to the presentation of the discipline, putting only one player under control during the matches.

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Hoshigami: Ruining Blue Earth (PS1)
Hoshigami: Ruining Blue Earth (PS1)

RPG 07 February 2002

Tactical Japanese RPG, in which players lead their team to subsequent victories in battles in rounds. Between battles they develop available heroes and learn more about the history.

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Rascal (PS1)
Rascal (PS1)

Arcade 30 March 1998

Rascal is a three-dimensional platformer that uses the motif of time travel. Players take control of a teenager who sets out to rescue his abducted father. The game is the work of Traveller's Tales studio.

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Tail of the Sun (PS1)
Tail of the Sun (PS1)

Adventure 26 April 1996

Production, which can be described in the shortest possible way as a cave simulator. The task of the players is to create a civilization of prehistoric people. To this end, as one of the first representatives of homo sapiens, they must ensure the survival and development of their tribe.

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Space Debris (PS1)
Space Debris (PS1)

Action 01 January 2000

A three-dimensional action game in which players play the role of a young pilot of a spacecraft, the last hope of humanity's survival. The game offers ten missions, six different spaceships and power-ups to enhance the combat capabilities of the vehicle.

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ECW Hardcore Revolution (PS1)
ECW Hardcore Revolution (PS1)

Fighting 17 February 2000

The first ever wrestling ECW wrestling-license fight, developed by Acclaim Entertainment. As we play at ECW Hardcore Revolution, we play spectacular duels, embodying over forty realistic players. In addition to a wide range of modes for loners, the production offers the possibility of having fun in the company of up to three players.

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Xevious 3D/G (PS1)
Xevious 3D/G (PS1)

Action 30 June 1997

The fourth part of the popular Japanese shoot'em upów series, and the first installment of the series, which has been presented in a three-dimensional graphic design. Xevious 3D/G made its debut on slot machines, but after a year it also hit the PlayStation 1 console. The title allows us to become the pilot of a spacecraft, which was the last hope of humanity when the Earth found itself on the target of the aggressive Xevian race.

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MTV Sports: Snowboarding (PS1)
MTV Sports: Snowboarding (PS1)

Sports 01 December 1999

Sports game, dedicated to the title discipline. During the game we play in one of the six competitors and fight for the victory on several routes located in different corners of the world. In addition to modes designed for solo play, the title also features a rivalry-based Head-to-Head module and a simple track wizard.

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Cyber Sled (PS1)
Cyber Sled (PS1)

Action 27 January 1995

An action game in which we play as a kind of futuristic gladiators - pilots of tanks fighting for survival in specially prepared arenas. Developed by Namco Cyber Sled is a refreshed version of the production of the same title, which two years earlier debuted on arcade machines.

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Marvel Super Heroes (PS1)
Marvel Super Heroes (PS1)

Fighting 25 September 1997

Two-dimensional brawl developed by Capcom. In Marvel Super Heroes players stand up to fight for the so-called Infinity Stones, which provide their owner with unimaginable power. The title debuted on arcade machines, and after less than two years it had its premiere on PlayStation 1, among others.

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Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter (PS1)
Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter (PS1)

Fighting 23 February 1999

A two-dimensional fight in which players can play superheroes from the Marvel universe or warriors from the Street Fighter series; the list of players available from Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter includes Hulka, Wolverine, Ryu and Akuma, among others. The whole thing was enriched with comic graphics, so the game stood the test of time well.

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WWF in Your House (PS1)
WWF in Your House (PS1)

Sports 31 October 1996

A sport game using a license of the American wrestling federation WWF. The title does not try to realistically represent the reality of the discipline. It is a strongly inspired by the first parts of the Mortal Kombat loose variation on the theme of ring fights.

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Wild Arms 2 (PS1)
Wild Arms 2 (PS1)

RPG 02 September 1999

The second installment of the Japanese RPG, distinguished by its specific style, which mixes elements of Wild West and Steampunk. The production does not continue the threads from its predecessor and presents completely different characters and events.

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Punky Skunk (PS1)
Punky Skunk (PS1)

Arcade 11 January 1996

A two-dimensional colourful platformer in which the main character is an anthropomorphic skunk trying to save the world from a bunch of bad wolves. This is one of the first games released on PlayStation 1.

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Tetris Plus (PS1)
Tetris Plus (PS1)

Logic 06 September 1996

Conversion of a logic-arcade game from slot machines. In addition to the classic module known from the cult original, Tetris Plus also allows you to have fun in a variation developed by Natsume studio.

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Monster Rancher Hop-A-Bout (PS1)
Monster Rancher Hop-A-Bout (PS1)

Arcade 28 November 2000

Spin-off Monster Rancher cycle, in which our task is to overcome obstacle ridden routes in the skin of one of the several different monsters. The title allows you to play alone or to compete with another player; it is also equipped with a track editor.

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Rampage: Universal Tour (PS1)
Rampage: Universal Tour (PS1)

Action 31 March 1999

The third part of the famous series of arcade action games Rampage, in which players take over the role of giant beasts destroying the city. This is the first edition released only on consoles.

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Anna Kournikova's Smash Court Tennis (PS1)
Anna Kournikova's Smash Court Tennis (PS1)

Sports 12 November 1998

Arcade sports game in cartoon style, which is part of the Smash Court series. Anna Kournikova's Smash Court Tennis from Namco Studio focuses on simple rules and intuitive controls.

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Armored Core: Master of Arena (PS1)
Armored Core: Master of Arena (PS1)

Action 04 February 1999

The third game from the Armored Core series, in which console owners are engaged in dynamic battles at the helm of modern robots. Continuation offers new fun modes and runs on a modified graphics engine.

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Cool Boarders 3 (PS1)
Cool Boarders 3 (PS1)

Sports 30 September 1998

The third installment of the popular series of sports games. Routes at Cool Boarders 3 have become much narrower than their predecessors, and races with opponents have become more contact. The number of playable characters and boards has also increased. Again, the game consists in overcoming the snow slopes as quickly or as efficiently as possible.

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