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PS1 Adventure Video Games

Adventure games. They include three fundamental elements: exploration, solving puzzles and strongly emphasized story. Controlled characters collect items and use them in puzzles in order to push the story further. Adventure games usually offer only single player mode and the point-and-click interface. This category includes also HOPAs (Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure games) which put emphasis on searching items hidden on the screen. more

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Genre: Adventure
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Broken Sword II: The Smoking Mirror (PS1)
Broken Sword II: The Smoking Mirror (PS1)

Adventure 10 December 1997

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Resident Evil 3: Nemesis (PS1)
Resident Evil 3: Nemesis (PS1)

Adventure 22 September 1999

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Silent Hill (PS1)
Silent Hill (PS1)

Adventure 31 January 1999

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Atlantis: The Lost Tales (PS1)
Atlantis: The Lost Tales (PS1)

Adventure 30 October 1998

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Clock Tower (PS1)
Clock Tower (PS1)

Adventure 13 December 1996

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Dracula: Resurrection (PS1)
Dracula: Resurrection (PS1)

Adventure 09 June 2001

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Fear Effect (PS1)
Fear Effect (PS1)

Adventure 24 February 2000

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Resident Evil 2 (1998) (PS1)
Resident Evil 2 (1998) (PS1)

Adventure 21 January 1998

The second installment in the best-selling survival horror action-adventure game series. Similarly to the original installment, the game has been developed by the Japanese studio Capcom. The action of Resident Evil 2 is set after the events shown in the first installment nearly all citizens of Raccoon City have been infected by a mysterious virus, which changed them into bloodthirsty zombies. Once again, the player gets to control two characters this time around it's Leon, a young police officer and Claire, a journalist. Their task is to save Raccoon City from complete destruction and stop the virus before it spreads all over the world. In Resident Evil 2, gameplay revolves around exploration and solving environmental puzzles another important aspect of the game is fighting numerous foes using a wide range of weapons, limited by scarce amounts of ammunition. As befits an installment in the Resident Evil series, in order to survive and escape consecutive dangers, the player has to carefully manage the supplies they acquire on their adventure.

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Discworld (PS1)
Discworld (PS1)

Adventure 01 October 1995

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Fear Effect 2: Retro Helix (PS1)
Fear Effect 2: Retro Helix (PS1)

Adventure 21 February 2001

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Resident Evil: Director's Cut (PS1)
Resident Evil: Director's Cut (PS1)

Adventure 22 September 1997

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The City of Lost Children (PS1)
The City of Lost Children (PS1)

Adventure 31 March 1997

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

Adventure 26 April 1996

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Dracula 2: The Last Sanctuary (PS1)
Dracula 2: The Last Sanctuary (PS1)

Adventure 25 September 2000

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Discworld Noir (PS1)
Discworld Noir (PS1)

Adventure 02 August 2000

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Amerzone: The Explorer's Legacy (PS1)
Amerzone: The Explorer's Legacy (PS1)

Adventure 13 December 1999

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Policenauts (PS1)
Policenauts (PS1)

Adventure 19 January 1996

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Ark of Time (PS1)
Ark of Time (PS1)

Adventure 01 July 1998

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OverBlood 2 (PS1)
OverBlood 2 (PS1)

Adventure 23 July 1998

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X-Files: The Game (PS1)
X-Files: The Game (PS1)

Adventure 09 January 1999

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Cyberia (PS1)
Cyberia (PS1)

Adventure 01 January 1996

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Fade to Black (PS1)
Fade to Black (PS1)

Adventure 28 June 1996

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Psychic Detective (PS1)
Psychic Detective (PS1)

Adventure 01 March 1996

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