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The PlayStation is the iconic, trail-blazing console designed and developed by Sony. It was a console of the 5th generation, but it was the 1st to be designed entirely by Sony. It sported a 32-bit architecture, a CD drive and entire 2 MB of RAM. The console achieved a stunning success across the world, eventually delivering more than 100 million units worldwide. Apart from PS1 (PSX), a scaled-down version, the PSOne, was also available.

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Mickey's Wild Adventure
Mickey's Wild Adventure

Arcade 01 March 1996

A 2D platformer with the cult Mickey Mouse in the lead role, a symbol of the Disney label. The title is a slightly modified conversion of the game, which was released in 1994, as Mickey Mania: The Timeless Adventures of Mickey Mouse, on 16-bit consoles.

Tomorrow Never Dies
Tomorrow Never Dies

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.

Mortal Kombat 3
Mortal Kombat 3

Fighting 06 October 1995

Mortal Kombat 3 is the third part of one of the most popular series of skill battles, for which Midway Games development team is responsible. The creators remained faithful to the gameplay rules known from earlier editions of the cycle, increasing the number of available warriors, arenas, special attacks and blows ending the fight.

Syndicate Wars
Syndicate Wars

Action 31 July 1997

Action game containing strategic elements, in which we lead a group of cyber-warriors to a number of dangerous missions. It has an interesting graphics, specific atmosphere and undeniable playability.

Micro Machines V3
Micro Machines V3

Racing 01 March 1997

Micro Machines V3 is an arcade race in which players drive small, toy vehicles along cornering trails marked out in various household spaces. Game created by Codemasters Software studio.

Ridge Racer Type 4
Ridge Racer Type 4

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.

Colin McRae Rally (1998)
Colin McRae Rally (1998)

Racing 30 July 1998

Behind the name of world champion Colin McRae is a racing game that allows you to test yourself behind the wheel of precisely reproduced racing cars of the late twentieth century. Production is based on the 1998 WRC season.

Final Doom
Final Doom

Action 01 October 1996

Developed in collaboration between id Software and GT Interactive, this is the official expansion to the 1994 cult FPS shooter Doom II: Hell on Earth. The expansion entitled Final Doom enriches the basic version of the game with two brand new episodes: Plutonia Experiment and TNT: Evilution, in which we follow the further fate of a lone soldier, fighting hordes of hellish monsters.

Rollcage Stage II
Rollcage Stage II

Racing 17 March 2000

Continuation of the dynamic Rollecage car game that gives us the opportunity to drive freely wherever we want and perform extreme acrobatics at huge speeds.

Warhammer: Shadow of the Horned Rat
Warhammer: Shadow of the Horned Rat

Strategy 01 November 1996

Warhammer: Shadow of the Horned Rat is Mindscape's real-time strategy (RTS), set in a popular fantasy universe. The player directs the mercenary commander Morgan Bernhardt and leads his troops to fight the orcs. The mechanics of the game is based on the Warhammer Fantasy Battle system.

Bushido Blade
Bushido Blade

Fighting 30 September 1997

Bushido Blade is a realistic fighting game in which we battle with warriors using various types of cold weapons. In this game even one attack can end with the opponent's death - or ours. The game was developed by Light Weight studio.

Formula 1 97
Formula 1 97

Racing 26 September 1997

Continuation of a warmly received racing game under Formula 1 licence, which was released in 1996. The production brings a number of novelties, trying to reproduce even better the struggles on the tracks around the world behind the wheel of super-fast cars.

ISS Pro Evolution
ISS Pro Evolution

Sports 11 May 1999

The next installment of a popular series of football games by the Tokyo branch of Konami. The production brings improved graphics, new game modes and a number of previously unavailable games for players. For the first time in the history of the cycle, clubs have appeared alongside the national teams.

Azure Dreams
Azure Dreams

RPG 13 November 1997

Hybrid jRPG and roguelike production, enriched with elements taken from dating simulators. As we play, we take control of Kohem, a warrior who travels the floors of the Monster Tower, in search of answers about the mysterious disappearance of his father. During his voyages, heros gains not only more and more powerful equipment, but also eggs from which monsters hatch - these can accompany him in his struggle and help in clashes with more and more powerful adversaries.

Policenauts
Policenauts

Adventure 19 January 1996

A series of improvements to the FPP adventure, which was originally released in 1994 on the PC-98 platform. The author of this science-fiction production is Hideo Kojima.

LMA Manager
LMA Manager

Sports 01 January 1999

Football manager, behind whose development is the Codemasters studio. From the start, LMA Manager was created exclusively for PlayStation 1, allowing you to customize the interface and control to the specific nature of the pad. The title is based on the 1999/2000 football season and we can lead to the victory of a team from four English leagues (Premier League, Division One, Division Two, Division Three).

Chaos Break
Chaos Break

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.

Toy Story Racer
Toy Story Racer

Racing 05 March 2001

A racing game based on the license of an animated film entitled Toy Story. In Toy Story Racer players play the characters known from the cartoon original and fight for victory on several tracks. The fun is diversified not only by the different rules that govern each competition, but also by the presence of various power-ups scattered on the routes.

Motor Toon Grand Prix 2
Motor Toon Grand Prix 2

Racing 24 May 1996

The second part of the series of arcade racing games, created by Polys Entertainment studio. In Motor Toon Grand Prix 2 we play the role of one of the eight racers and fight for victory on five different tracks - success not only ensures mastery of the driving model and getting to know the individual tracks, but also the skillful use of power-ups scattered on the tracks.

War Gods
War Gods

Fighting 30 March 1997

Conversion of a 3D arcade fight released on slot machines, in which ten powerful beings fight for primacy on Earth. Production in many aspects resembles three-dimensional versions of Mortal Kombat, although it also tries to distinguish a few unique solutions.

Road Rash
Road Rash

Racing 22 December 1995

Motorcycle races enriched with one very diversifying element, namely the fight. We take part in a number of dangerous rallies, and whether we win depends on our ability to drive a motorbike and acrimony in combat.

FIFA 2000
FIFA 2000

Sports 09 October 1999

The next installment of the famous series of football games produced by EA Sports. The title actively uses the official license of the International Football Federation, FIFA, to play with thousands of players and hundreds of real clubs.

Star Wars: Rebel Assault II - The Hidden Empire
Star Wars: Rebel Assault II - The Hidden Empire

Action 07 July 1995

A continuation of a great hit from 1993, made practically in the same pattern: we watch a long film, which is occasionally interrupted by arcade inserts. Noteworthy is the fact that for the first time since "The Return of the Jedi", George Lucas label decided to shoot premiere video scenes.

Spec Ops: Stealth Patrol
Spec Ops: Stealth Patrol

Action 05 June 2000

A tactical action game in which we lead a two-person branch of American rankings, performing various missions in different parts of the world. One of the distinguishing elements of production is the cooperation mode for two players on a split screen.