FIFA 2001 (PS1)
Sports 01 November 2000
The next installment of the popular series of football games. Players can lead hundreds of teams in one of several game modes. The production brings a number of improvements in mechanics and visuals.
FIFA 2000 (PS1)
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.
Tony Hawk's Skateboarding (PS1)
Sports 31 August 1999
The first installment of the famous series of arcade games addressed to fans of extreme skateboarding. Production allows you to direct famous skaters and prove yourself in a number of challenges.
Cool Boarders (PS1)
Sports 31 December 1996
One of the first 3D snowboard games. Production offers three basic and two hidden slopes, on which you should descend in the shortest possible time, while performing spectacular tricks. Before each descent the player can choose the sex of his avatar, his clothes and the board he is using.
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.
Street Skater (PS1)
Sports 01 January 1999
A sports game that allows the player to beat a variety of tracks using a skateboard. During the game it is important to go through the routes quickly, as well as perform spectacular acrobatics and tricks. As the game progresses, the player-controlled character gains experience points, which can be exchanged for improved statistics such as speed or effectiveness in performing tricks.
Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 3 (PS1)
Sports 30 October 2001
Another part of the already known series of sports games about incredible feats and evolution with skateboarding. It introduces a lot of improvements and innovations both in terms of the audiovisual side of the game and new gameplay possibilities.
FIFA 99 (PS1)
Sports 10 November 1998
The fourth installment of the football series by Electronic Arts. The title brings a number of changes in graphic design and match engine. More than 250 clubs from the most important games in Europe and the world are at the disposal of players.
Thrasher Presents Skate and Destroy (PS1)
Sports 26 September 1999
Arcade production addressed to fans of extreme skateboarding. Unlike the Tony Hawk's series, the game has a slightly more realistic approach to discipline.
WWF SmackDown! 2: Know Your Role (PS1)
Sports 21 November 2000
The second installment of the popular series of games based on the WWF wrestling federation license. The production offers rich content for fans of the discipline - dozens of players to choose from, a range of different modes, an extensive season module and a powerful character editor.
LMA Manager (PS1)
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).
Street Skater 2 (PS1)
Sports 01 March 2000
Continuation of a sports game from 1999. Just like the original, the production focuses on skateboarding a variety of routes. The player's task is not only to achieve the best time results, but also to perform spectacular tricks. In addition to campaign and free game mode, Street Skater 2 offers a level editor and a multiplayer mode for two players. A big advantage of the production is its licensed soundtrack.
Actua Soccer 3 (PS1)
Sports 01 December 1998
Actua Soccer 3 is the third installment of a series of football simulations created by the British developer studio Gremlin Interactive. Players have the opportunity to steer the actions of 10,000 players from 450 football clubs playing in 25 national leagues. Creators of the game took care of even greater realism by introducing, among other things, variable weather conditions and the ability to manually correct tactics on virtual pitches.
Speedball 2100 (PS1)
Sports 29 September 2000
A cyberpunk style sports game that tells the story of a fictional sport that combines handball and ice hockey. The production is a remake of a hit published in the early nineties of the twentieth century.
Knockout Kings 2000 (PS1)
Sports 03 October 1999
The second installment of a series of boxing games prepared by Electronic Arts. The production focuses on the closest possible realism in recreating the rules of the discipline and allows for duels with the participation of one of several dozen famous fists, as well as leading to the successes of a handmade sportsman.
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.
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.
WWF Attitude (PS1)
Sports 31 July 1999
Based on the license of the famous wrestling federation WWF, a sports game that allows you to direct the world's most famous players and take part in several different types of duels. The game is a continuation of WWF War Zone.
International Track & Field 2 (PS1)
Sports 30 November 1999
Arcade sports game in which console owners can compete in several Olympic disciplines. The struggle is based on the simple mechanics of pressing buttons at the right speed or time.
Actua Soccer 2 (PS1)
Sports 10 November 1997
Sequel the first kick ball simulation that could match EA Sports products. In Actua Soccer 2 we get everything that determined the success of the first part, naturally expanded and improved.
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.
WWF War Zone (PS1)
Sports 14 July 1998
The first sport game dedicated to wrestling, which was performed in full three-dimensional. Iguan's WWF War Zone allows players to take part in brutal and spectacular duels based on a variety of rules - from one-on-one clashes to crazy battles with weapons scattered around the arena.
WCW Mayhem (PS1)
Sports 31 August 1999
A production based on the license of the American wrestling federation WCW, in which several dozen of the most famous competitors were put at the disposal of the console owners. The title prepared by Electronic Arts brought a number of novelties to the genre, trying to stand out from the competition.
Monster Bass (PS1)
Sports 15 June 2000
Angling game maintained in a specific, slightly frightening style. The task of the console owners is to capture fish-like creatures resulting from genetic experiments.
Sports 17 November 1998
Created by the studio Psygnosis sports game dedicated to extreme riding on a board. The title focuses on the arcade character of the game and does not try to simulate discipline in a real way. The specific atmosphere is given to it by the style of animation for children.
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.